Stock Photo - The K25 Plant at the Oak Ridge site of the Manhattan Project. The massive building housed the compressors and converters in which uranium hexafluoride was subjected to gaseous diffusion to separate fissionable uranium 235 from natural uranium 238. Ca. 1950. (BSLOC-2015-2-25)

Stock Photo: The K25 Plant at the Oak Ridge site of the Manhattan Project. The massive building housed the compressors and converters in which uranium hexafluoride was.

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