By Carol Pugliano-Martin, Carol Pugliano
Flip your lecture room right into a readers' theater with this pleasant number of brief, easy performs on topics young children adore-pets, dinosaurs, area, wasting a teeth, birthday events, making new pals, going to varsity, and plenty of extra. those vigorous performs contain lovely illustrations that aid the textual content in addition to rhymes, repition, and predictable language to aid bolster younger kid's analyzing and oral language talents. Comes whole with instructing techniques and cross-curricular extensions. to be used with Grades K-1.
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Remarks It should be noted that the building involved i n t h i s and the previous incident was b u i l t f o r the purpose of conducting c r i t i c a l mass experiments and thus was remotely located and of minimum value. It was, therefore, economically f e a s i b l e t o abandon use of t h e s t r n c t n r e a f t e r the radiation burst and the l a t e r fire. Experimental work which might release a high degree of c0nt-at i o n should be c a r r i e d out a t locations which can be abandoned, or i n f a c i l i t i e s c a r e f u l l y designed t o cope vith t h e decontamination problem.
Immediately a f t e r t h e s p i l l , the road was blocked off. The f i r e department washed a l l the material from the road i n t o a drainage ditch. This ground was dug up and removed f o r reworking. Not only was a large percentage of the uranium recovered, but the radiation l e v e l was reduced t o a point where no controls were necessary on the road. Within f o u r hours a f t e r the accident the road was reopened. Nature of Injury o r Loss Damage t o the equipment, salvage, recovery, and loss of material c o s t approximately $59,000.
Details of Incident The mixture was heated from 5 t o 10 minutes on a standard laboratory hot p l a t e , the hot p l a t e was turned o f f , and the mixture had cooled f o r approximately 5 minutes when a f l a s h and cloud of brown gas appeared within the hood. Sufficient pressure was exerted t o force oxides of nitrogen and contamination t o pass through the intake f i l t e r s . Molten plutonium metal and/or oxide was scattered throughout the hood, starting a number of small fires, The pot containing the mixture was covered With a stainless s t e e l cover.