Technicians handle radioactive isotopes in special chambers and work on machines in a laboratory in Russia.
Russia Date:1956 Duration:7 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
A scientific documentary about the peaceful use of atomic energy in Russia. An isotope is placed in a special container. A technician checks for the radioactive content on surface of the container. The container is taken to a Hot laboratory. The technician opens the door of the laboratory. The door is then closed. A technician operates manipulators and watches through a glass window. Isotopes taken out of the container. A tube is put back into the container. The technician replaces tongs. Rods are picked using the tongs. The rod is cut and shaped under water. Samples of the different shapes of rod placed on a table. A sample rod is put and then removed after refining from an apparatus. A man studies the chemical nature of the rod. A technician operates screw manipulators. Technicians in special suits work. A technician places a sample in a centrifuging machine. Different machines in the laboratory.
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