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nuclear weapons in commercial nuclear power plants. This decision
overturned a fifty-year policy of keeping civilian and military
nuclear production processes separate. Tritium, a radioactive form
of hydrogen, is needed to turn A-bombs into H-bombs, and the
commercial nuclear power plants that are to be modified to produce
tritium are called ice condensers'
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