Princeton collaborates on fusion research

September 1996
R&D Magazine;Sep96, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p8
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Reports that the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab in Princeton, New Jersey is helping the Korea Basic Science Institute to design a superconducting tokamak facility.


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