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Pool reactor The term 'Pool reactor' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' A reactor in which the fuel elements are suspended in a pool of water that serves as the reflector, moderator, and coolant. Popularly called a 'swimming pool reactor,' it is used for research and training, not for electrical generation. '.
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