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Categories: Plutonium, Nuclear weapons
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Demon core
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The demon core was a spherical 6.2-kilogram subcritical mass of plutonium 89 millimetres in diameter, manufactured during World War II by the United States nuclear weapon development effort, the Manhattan Project, as a fissile core for an early atomic bomb, that was involved in two criticality accidents, on August 21, 1945, and May 21, 1946. Wikipedia
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The demon core was a spherical 6.2-kilogram subcritical mass of plutonium 89 millimetres in diameter, manufactured during World War II by the United States nuclear weapon development effort, the Manhattan Project, as a fissile core for an early atomic bomb, that was involved in two criticality accidents, on August 21, 1945, and May 21, 1946. Wikipedia
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