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  • n. Plural form of microreactor.


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  • Associated Press National Policy Minister Minister Koichiro Gemba National Policy Minister Koichiro Gemba—who is responsible for helping craft energy policy—said that despite the bitterness following the accident at the nuclear-power plant, Japan should consider the use of what are known as microreactors, as a way to help bridge the electricity shortages that plagues the industrial sector.

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  • - 4th generation nuclear power reactors are now commercially viable; these include "microreactors" which are self-contained capsules, many designs are meltdown-proof, and one could easily power a small city.

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  • "The development of microreactors isn't incompatible with the goal of achieving a more distributed power supply," Mr. Gemba said in a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal.

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  • Researchers have made an important breakthrough in the use of continuous flow microreactors to produce thin film absorbers for solar cells -- an innovative technology that could significantly reduce the cost of solar energy devices and reduce material waste.

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  • Chapter 10 Metal nanoparticle synthesis in microreactors (P. Mike Gnther).

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  • Above: Giao Ngoc Prime product sales volume of 26.6 million tons in Dao and other ExxonMobil researchers use microreactors 2003 is equivalent to the record level in 2002, as and robotics in high-throughput experimentation in the search for new materials, catalysts and polymers. growth in Asia Pacific offset slightly lower sales in North America.

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  • Soronel — you’re thinking of microreactors, which are something different, and probably not a greatidea.

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