FLUORIDE-Corrosion – Oak Ridge National Laboratory…

The Nuclear Industry Is Well Informed About Fluorides & Corrosion.

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the-secret-city  Oak Ridge World War 11 Secret City   A city born of war in 1942, existed for seven years as a truly “Secret City.”  Oak Ridge, Tennessee was not shown on any maps, did not allow any visitors other than by special approval, had guards posted at the entrances to the city and required all residents to wear badges at all times when outside their homes. Oak Ridge, Tennessee was born as a direct result of the letter written by Albert Einstein to then President Roosevelt in 1939 citing the urgent need to develop the capability to sustain a chain reaction of uranium.  From this letter came the plan for our nation to create an atomic weapon that would be more powerful than any weapon in the history of the world.  The Manhattan Project, created to develop this amazing new atomic weapon, spent 60 cents of every dollar in Oak Ridge!  The “Secret City” grew to a population of 75,000, was the fifth largest city in Tennessee and was not even on the map.
  [ This project used fluorides, and the documents below confirm that fluorides are corrosive. ]

 See also →  FLUORIDATION, CORROSION AND RUST

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 Effect of Fluoride Corrosion on Stainless Steel

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Doc. ‘B’  Full text  ↓  ↓  ↓ 

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See also → HERE 

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Doc. E – Many more documents available → HERE  -

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THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY & FLUORIDES

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FLUORIDATION AND THE A-BOMB

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OLD PHOTOS OF OAK RIDGE

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The staff of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (Board) visited

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) on July 30, 2002, to review the

safety of sodium fluoride (NaF) traps stored in

Building 30l9A,a defense nuclear

facility at ORNL. 

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David Cunningham – Keller Engineers

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Dentists F. corrosion

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