Technicians of the Atomic Energy Commission collect samples and work on equipment in Richland, Washington.
Richland Washington USA Date:1947 Duration:2 min 23 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the Atomic Energy Commission at Hanford Camp in Richland, Washington. The side of a car reads 'Atomic Energy Commission'. A technician comes out of the car. He places a radiation monitoring instrument on a pole and picks up a cylindrical piece of equipment. He removes a polythene cover from the equipment and fixes it to the instrument. Technicians work on a vehicle. A technician uses a pipette to take out a liquid from a bottle. He drops the liquid on a plate. He takes the sample and puts it into a machine. A technician uses a suction device to collect a sample of soil from the ground. He places a Geiger counter or other radiation monitoring gauge on the ground.
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