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 Mound Laboratory, Miamisburg Ohio

 

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Mound is a DOE facility for 1947 to the present so workers are eligible to file both Part B and Part E claims.

Mound has three Special Exposure Cohorts which cover specific workers with specific cancers and at least 250 days of employment for January 1, 1952-December 31, 1967.

In 1943, the Manhattan Engineer District began the Dayton Project to investigate the chemistry and metallurgy of polonium. From 1943 to 1948, this work was performed at several locations throughout Dayton, Ohio, all of which were too small to perform the mission. The Mound Plant was constructed in 1947 in Miamisburg, Ohio, to replace these earlier work locations. This plant was first occupied in May 1948 and became operational in February 1949.

The facilities' first mission was to manufacture polonium-beryllium initiators for atomic weapons. As part of this process, the site extracted polonium-210 from irradiated bismuth slugs and machined beryllium parts. Mound stopped producing initiators after the Pinellas Plant in Florida began producing accelerator-type neutron generators in 1957. In 1954, Mound began developing and producing weapons components containing tritium, and in 1969, the plant began recovering and purifying tritium from dismantled nuclear weapons. During the 1950s and 1960s the Mound Plant also developed and produced a variety of nonnuclear weapons components including detonators, cable assemblies, firing sets, ferroelectric transducers, and explosive timers. In 1995, Mound discontinued weapons component production.

The non-weapons work performed at the Mound Plant included the development and manufacture of radioisotope thermal generators; radioactive waste decontamination research; investigation of the properties of uranium, protactinium-231, and plutonium-239; and the separation of stable isotopes and noble gases.

Throughout the course of its operations, the potential for beryllium exposure existed at this site, due to beryllium use, residual contamination, and decontamination activities.

Construction of Mound Laboratory began in 1946, and the site became operational in 1949. Mound, the nations first post-war U.S. Atomic Energy Commission site to be constructed, was established to consolidate and continue the work conducted at the Dayton Units for the Manhattan Project.  Mound was located on 306 acres in Miamisburg, Ohio and at its peak had 116 buildings.

Much of the work at the Mound during the Cold War involved production of the polonium-beryllium initiators used in early atomic weapons and the manufacture of and research related to radionuclides. In the 1950s, the facility began to manufacture a variety of nuclear weapons parts, including cable assemblies, explosive detonators, and the electronic firing sets that activated them. Work at the Mound Plant evolved and grew to include stable isotope separation, fossil fuels research, tritium recovery for reuse in weapons, development of radioisotopic thermoelectric generators used to provide electrical power for space exploration, and other non-nuclear research and development activities. The Mound Plant ceased non-weapons work in 1972 and stopped production of weapons components in 1995.

 

Alternative Names

  • Mound Plant
  • Mound Facility
  • The Mound
  • Miamisburg Closure Project
  • Miamisburg Environmental Management Project (MEMP)
  • Unit IV
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    CERCLA

    Mound's CERCLA Reading Room has moved to Fernald .  Online access to CERCLA documents is available as well.

     

    DOE

    DOE Legacy Management has a webpage on Mound

    DOE Contractors

  • S.M. Stoller Corporation (2006-present)
  • Accelerated Remediation Company (2006-2010)
  • CH2M Hill (2003-2006); BWX Technologies (1997-2002)
  • EG&G Mound Applied Technologies (1988-1997)
  • Monsanto Chemical Company (1947-1988)
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    DOL

    DOL lists Part B and Part E statistics for Mound as well as maintaining a Mound Site Exposure Matrix.

     

    EPA

    Ohio EPA also has a Mound webpage.

     

    NIOSH

    NIOSH provides dose reconstruction statistics for Mound. NIOSH has Technical Basis Documents for Mound.  Mound also has two Special Exposure Cohorts.  The first is for workers from October 1, 1949 through February 28, 1959.  The second one is for workers who had at least 1 tritium bioassay from March 1, 1959 through March 5, 1980.  There is a problem with this SEC that NIOSH and DOL are trying to resolve.  See the next section for information on that.

     

    Other

  • The Mound Science and Energy Museum is located on the old Mound Campus. 
  • Wikipedia has an article on Mound.
  • The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Mound.

     

    Mound Videos

  • The Future of Mound: Restored and Re-Energized
  • George Mahfouz Interview
  • History of the Mound Plant
  • Miamisburg Mound declared Clean
  • Mound Lab Workers - TV7
  • Mound Laboratory Panel Discussion
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    Mound Documents

    Tiger Team Assessment of the Mound Plant Miamisburg, Ohio--December 1989

  • Mound Tiger Team Report, Part 1
  • Mound Tiger Team Report, Part 2
  • Mound Tiger Team Report, Part 3 
  • SM-Building Incident and Accident Reports

  • 1961-October 3 Accident Investigation Fire in Room 39 of SM Building
  • 1961-November 27 Fire Investigation Report
  • 1961-December 28 Emergency Calls
  • 1961 December 28 Accident in SM-13
  • 1962-February 15 Accident in SM Building
  • 1962-February 15 Results of Investigating an Accident in the SM Building
  • 1962-February 22 Emergency Calls
  • 1962-March 5 Serious Incidents at Mound--December 28, 1961
  • 1962-March 26 Emergency at SM Building
  • 1962-March 26 Investigation of Incident in SM Building
  • 1962-May 1 Pipefitter Back Strain Friday April 26, 1962
  • 1962-May 3 Answers to Recommendations of Investigation Committee
  • 1962-May 5 Operation of RF Generator in Rooms 10 and 39 SM Building
  • 1962-May 8 Evaporator Pipe Rupture Room 1, SM Building
  • 1962-July 26 Emergency Calls
  • 1962-July 26 Accident Investigation in SM-10
  • 1962-July 26 Incident SM-10
  • 1962-July 26 Investigation of Radioactive Incident in Room SM-10
  • 1962-July 26 Investigation Report of Accident in SM-10
  • 1962-July 27 Investigation of Radioactive Incident in Room SM-10
  • 1962-July 31 Precipitation and Subsequent Calcination of Material
  • 1962-August 8 Disposition of Investigating Committee's Recommendations
  • 1962-August 8 Preparation, Packaging and Transfer of Oxide Material to SM-10
  • 1962-August 17 Investigation Report of Accident in SM-10
  • 1962-August 22 Investigative Report letter
  • 1962-September 13 Management Action Taken on July 26, 1962 Incident
  • 1962-December 28 Accident Investigation in Rm-1
  • 1963-January 10 Accident Investigation in SM Building
  • 1963-May 1 Radiation Incident-SM 10
  • 1963-May 3 Investigation of Incident at SM Building on April 26, 1963
  • 1963-May 15 Radiation Incident SW 10
  • 1963-May 20 Investigation of Incident at SM Building on April 26, 1963
  • 1963-September 9 Incident Room 34, SM Building August 29, 1963
  • 1963-October 2 Investigation of Release of Activity in SM-21
  • 1963-November 13 Investigation of Accident in SM-35
  • 1963-December 20 Personnel Exposure Incident-SM Building
  • 1963-December 24 Building Incident, SM Building December 21, 1963
  • 1964-January Contamination Incident SM Facility
  • 1964-January 28 Answer to Recommendations to Investigation of Personnel Exposure Incident 12-18-63 in SM Building
  • 1964-February 2 Radiation Exposure Incident Room 2, SM Building
  • 1964-February 13 Removal of the Vacuum Header from the SM Building
  • 1964-February 13 Supplement to Memo
  • 1964-March 6 Fire Investigation Reports
  • 1964-March 11 Investigation Committee Report
  • 1964-October 27 Contamination Incident SM Facility
  • 1964-October 27 Investigation of incident in Rm-35, Special Metallurgical Building
  • 1964-November 3 Investigation of Incident in Special Metallurgical Building on November 3, 1964
  • 1964-November 3 Investigation of Incident in Special Metallurgical Building
  • 1964-November 3 Action Taken on SM Incident Investigation Recommendations
  • 1964-November 11 Action Taken on Recommendation of Investigating Committee (Incident of October 27, 1964)
  • 1964-November 17 Action Taken on Recommendation of Investigating Committee (Incident of October 27, 1964) Supplement
  • 1964-November 30 Action Taken on Recommendation of Investigating Committee (Incident of October 27, 1964)
  • 1964-December 1 Investigation of Accident at SM Building
  • 1964-December 10 Report of Accident Investigation
  • 1965-January 12 Work Status of Worker
  • 1965-January 26 Security Incident Report # 65-1-48
  • 1965-February 26 SM Spill
  • 1965-February 26 Investigation of Incident in Rm-26 Special Metallurgical Building
  • 1965-March 6 Propane Leak
  • 1965-March 15 Investigation Committee Report
  • 1965-May 4 Fire Investigation Report
  • 1965-August 19 Investigation of Whole Body Radiation Dosage of Worker
  • 1965-August 23 External Radiation Exposure of Worker
  • 1965-August 27 Fire Investigative Report
  • 1965-August 27 SM Building Room 38 Fire
  • 1965-October 1 External Radiation Exposure of Worker
  • 1966-February Investigation of Incident in SM Building on February 10 1966
  • 1966-February 25 Emergency Investigation Report
  • 1966-March 2 Investigation Committee Report
  • 1966-March 3 Investigation on Incident in Special Metallurgical Building on February 10, 1966
  • 1966-March 11 Accident in SM-61
  • 1966-March 14 Emergency Investigation Report
  • 1966-May 2 Investigation of Incident in SM-59
  • 1966-May 5 Argon Piping
  • 1966-May 17 Comments on Investigation
  • 1966-June 8 Investigative Committee Report
  • 1966-July 24 Security Incident Report # 66-7-45
  • 1966-July 26 Security Incident Report
  • 1966-August 2 Investigation of Fire in SM-21 on July 26 1966
  • 1966-August 8 Investigation of Fire in SM on July 26, 1966
  • 1966-August 14 Investigation of Incident in SM-30 August 2, 1966
  • 1966-August 15 Investigation of the Flooding Incident in SM Building July 24 1966
  • 1966-August 17 Addendum to Report on Investigation of Fire in SM-21 Dated July 26, 1966
  • 1966-September 12 Instructions
  • 1966-September 23 Appointment of Investigative Committee
  • 1966-October 4 Memorandum on Crane Accident at System and Design Testing Facility on September 22, 1966
  • 1966-October 7 Investigating Committee Report March 2, 1966
  • 1966-October 20 Report of Accident Investigation
  • 1966-October 28 Report of Accident Investigation
  • 1966-November 8 Investigation of Fire in SM-21 on July 26, 1966
  • 1966-November 20 Investigation of Incident in Room 21, Special Metallurgical Building on October 21, 1966
  • 1966-November 30 Contamination Incident SM-21 October 21, 1966
  • 1966-December 5 Supplemental Report to Investigation on Incident in Room 21 Special Metallurgical Building on Oct.  21, 1966
  • 1966-December 14 Report of Accident Investigation
  • 1966-December 27 Recommendations
  • 1967-March 14 Investigation of Incident Involving Release of Radioactive Material in Room 35B of SM Building
  • 1967-March 14 Supplement to Investigation of Incident in Room 35 B SM Building
  • 1967-April 13 Contamination Incident Room 35 SM Facility February 16 1967
  • 1967-August 29 Explosion in SM-35 on August 21 1967
  • 1967-October 10 Open Flange on SM Low Risk WD Cleanout
  • 1968-January 5 Incident Investigation
  • 1968-January 17 Incident Investigation dated January 5, 1968
  • 1968-August 10 Incident SM Penthouse March 30, 1968
  • 1968-December 21 Emergency Calls
  • Addition to SM Building
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    Mound Laboratory Notebook Index for 1944-2006

    This index is of handwritten Mound laboratory notebooks.  If you find something of interest in the index you can do a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on the specific notebook you want to see.

     

    Meyer Histories of Internal and External Dosimetry

  • MLM-MU-93-93-0003 History of Mound Bioassay Programs Part 1
  • MLM-MU-93-93-0003 History of Mound Bioassay Programs Part 2
  • MLM-MU-93-93-0003 History of Mound Bioassay Programs Part 3
  • MLM-MU-93-93-0003 History of Mound Bioassay Programs Part 4
  • MLM-MU-93-93-0003 History of Mound Bioassay Programs Part 5
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 1 1946 to March 22, 1966
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 2 March 28, 1966 to July 15, 1969
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 3 July 15, 1969 to November, 1976 
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 5 November 3, 1978 to June 3, 1982
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 6 October 11, 1982 to February 23, 1987
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 7 November 18, 1987 to October 25, 1993
  • History of Personnel External Dosimetry at the Dayton Project and Mound Laboratory 1946-1993, Vol. 8 May 11, 1949 to August 30, 1972 Neutron Film Calibrations
  • Mound 1948

  • Living with Atomic Energy
  • MLM-159 Process Research Progress Report
  • MLM-170 Colorimetric Determination of Nickel in Postum Solutions
  • MLM-173 Electrodeposition research progress report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-174 Electronics Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-175 Gamma Scale Chemistry Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-176 General Chemistry Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-177 Monthly Health Information Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-178 Neutron Source Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-179 Physics Group Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-180 Process Research Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-183 Laboratory Instrument Design Group for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-185 Health Division Research Progress Report for August 1-31 1948
  • MLM-189 The Vapor Pressure of Polonium
  • MLM-191 The Vapor Pressure of Tellurium And Selenium
  • MLM-192 Calorimetry Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-193 Electrodeposition Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-194 Electronics Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-197 Health Division Research Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-198 Laboratory Instrument Design Group for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-200 Neutron Source Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-201 Physics Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-204 Production Division Progress Report for September 1-30 1948
  • MLM-205 Crystal Structure of Some Compounds of Polonium
  • MLM-206 Crystal Structure of Some Compounds of Polonium and Its Decay Products
  • MLM-207 Engineering Report of Able Scientific GM Tubes
  • MLM-213 Electrodeporition Progress Report for October 1-31 1948
  • MLM-215 Gamma Scale Chemistry Progress Report for October 1-31 1948
  • MLM-218 Laboratory Instrument Design Progress Report for October 1-31 1948
  • MLM-219 Monthly Health Information Report for October 1-31 1948 (partial)
  • MLM-220 Neutron Source Progress Report for October 1-31 1948
  • MLM-221 Physics Progress Report for October 1-31 1948 
  • MLM-225 Pilot Plant Work on Solid Burnable Waste Disposal for Mound Laboratory
  • MLM-229 Geometrical Properties of the Hanson Long Tube Neutron Counter
  • MLM-230 Density of Metallic Polonium
  • MLM-232 Pilot Plant Work on Solid Burnable Waste at Mound Laboratory
  • MLM-234 Calorimetry Research Progress Report for November 1-30 1948
  • MLM-236 Electronics Progress Report for November 1-30 1948
  • MLM-237 Gamma Scale Chemistry Progress Report for November 1-30 1948
  • MLM-240 Laboratory Instrument Design Progress Report for November 1-30 1948
  • MLM-242 Neutron Source Progress Report for November 1-30 1948
  • MLM-243 Physics Progress Report for November 1-30 1948
  • MLM-251 Electronics Progress Report for December 1-31 1948
  • MLM-252 Gamma Scale Chemistry Progress Report for December 1-31 1948
  • MLM-254 Health Division Research Progress Report for December 1-31 1948
  • MLM-257 Neutron Source Progress Report for December 1-31 1948
  • MLM-258 Physics Progress Report for December 1-31 1948
  • MLM-266 Engineering Manual for Equipment and Services Vol 1
  • MLM-267 Engineering Manual for Equipment and Services Vol 2
  • MLM-268 Engineering Manual for Equipment and Services Vol 3
  • MLM-269 Engineering Manual for Equipment and Services Vol 4
  • MLM-270 Low Geometry Attachment for Methane Flow Proportional Alpha Counter
  • MLM-271 Pulse Generator EL-261 Instruction Manual
  • MLM-CF-48-10-12 Standards for Work Involving the Exposure to Beryllium
  • MLM-CF-48-9-35 Future Work Load
  • MLM-CF-48-12-65 Four Unit Plating Control
  • MLM-CF-48-12-73 Suggested Problems
  • MLM-CF-48-1-80 Trooper Training School
  • MLM-CF-48-6-64 Liquid Waste Disposal at Mound Laboratory
  • MLM-MU-48-65-0007 Supplemental Report on Miami Valley Atomic Energy Show
  • MLM-MU-48-69-0015 Tentative Report on the Waste Disposal Problem
  • MLM-MU-48-72-0401 Introducing Mound Laboratory
  • RHTG-97,933 Mound Laboratory Publication Policy
  • Mound 1949

  • MLM-72 Effective Half-Life of Polonium in the Human
  • MLM-102 Decrease in the Weight of Lead Alloy Squares immersed in Various Inorganic Solvents
  • MLM-211 The Solution Chemistry of Polonium
  • MLM-273 Construction Completion Report, Vol. 1
  • MLM-274 Construction Completion Report, Vol. 2
  • MLM-275 Removal of Polonium from Concrete
  • MLM-276 Radioactive Decontamination of Metals by Electropolishing
  • MLM-277 Sonic Decontamination
  • MLM-279 A Performance Test of the AEC Model CIC-8A Parallel Plate Alpha Scalar System
  • MLM-280 Electronics Progress Report for January 1949
  • MLM-281 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for January 1949
  • MLM-282 Preparation of Bismuth Powder
  • MLM-283 Limitations and Past Applications of the Cloud Chamber
  • MLM-285 Shielded Room Measurements
  • MLM-288 Vibrationless Galvanometer Support
  • MLM-289 A High Speed Low Sensitivity Colorimeter for High Activity
  • MLM-290 Weighing Radioactive Materials by Means of a Vacuum Microbalance
  • MLM-291 Electronics Progress Report for February 1949
  • MLM-292 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for February 1949
  • MLM-293 Determination of the Purity of Polonium by Means of the Vacuum Balance
  • MLM-295 Preparation of Bismuth Powder
  • MLM-296 Resistivity of Polonium
  • MLM-298 Input Impedance and Gain of Grounded-Grid Amplifier
  • MLM-300 Flow Meter for Measuring Air-Flow through Special Hoods
  • MLM-302 Pulse Generator
  • MLM-305 Report of the Biological Research Program for January 1-March 31, 1949
  • MLM-306 Electronics Progress Report for March 1949
  • MLM-307 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for March 1949
  • MLM-311 A Design for a Removable Floor Drain Grill and Trap for use in Radioactive Risk Areas
  • MLM-312 A Report on Lithium Sodium and Liquid Neutron Sources
  • MLM-313 Instrumental Analysis Progress Report for June 1949
  • MLM-314 Electronics Accomplishment Report for July 1949
  • MLM-315 Production Research Progress Report for March 1949
  • MLM-319 Calorimetry Progress Report for April 1949
  • MLM-320 Electronics Progress Report for April 1949
  • MLM-325 Instrumental Analysis Progress Report for April 1949
  • MLM-326 Laboratory Instrument Design Progress Report for January-April 1949
  • MLM-327 Partial Monthly Information Report for April 1949
  • MLM-330 Operations Division Progress Report for January-April 1949
  • MLM-331 Process Research Progress Report for April 1949
  • MLM-333 Waste Disposal Research Progress Report for April-May 1949
  • MLM-336 Monthly Health Information Report for June 1949
  • MLM-338 Relationship between Logac Counts and Thickness of Slides on which Samples are Mounted
  • MLM-340 Electronics Accomplishment Report for July 1949
  • MLM-345 Some Effects due to Weighing Polonium on a Quartz-Fiber Microbalance
  • MLM-347 Proposed Program and Budget for Waste Disposal Research for the Fiscal Year of 1950
  • MLM-351 Electrodeposition Research Progress Report for May 1949
  • MLM-354 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for August 1949
  • MLM-355 General Physics Progress Report for May 1949
  • MLM-356 Health Instrument Progress Report for May 1949
  • MLM-358 Laboratory Instrument Design Progress Report for May 1949
  • MLM-359 Monthly Health Information Report for May 1949
  • MLM-360 Neutron Counting Research Progress Report for May 1949
  • MLM-363 Operations Research Progress Report for May 1949
  • MLM-365 Electronics Accomplishment Report for May 1949
  • MLM-367-1 Proposed Program for General Research and Development for the Fiscal Year of 1950
  • MLM-367-2 Proposed Program for General Research and Development for the Fiscal Year of 1950
  • MLM-367-3 Proposed Program for General Research and Development for the Fiscal Year of 1950
  • MLM-368-2 Quarterly Report for General Research for April-June 1949
  • MLM-368-3 Quarterly Report for General Research for April-June 1949
  • MLM-369 Quarterly Report for Liquid Waste Disposal Research for April-June 1949
  • MLM-373 Counting Technique Studies 2 Discrepancy in Alpha Counting Instruments
  • MLM-380 Quarterly Report for Liquid Waste Disposal for July-September 1949
  • MLM-381 Quarterly Report for Biological Research for July-September 1949
  • MLM-382 Electronics Accomplishment Report for August 1949
  • MLM-383 Determining Load Correction and Correcting Frequency Compensated Constant Voltage Sola Transformers
  • MLM-384 Monthly Health Information Report for August 1949
  • MLM-386 Monthly Progress Abstracts of General Liquid Waste Disposal Research and Biological Research for September 1949
  • MLM-387 Tests for Hydrogen Cyanide and Hydrogen Sulfide
  • MLM-392 Electronics Accomplishment Report for September 1949
  • MLM-395 Removal of Gamma-Active Materials from Decan Solutions
  • MLM-398 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for October 1949
  • MLM-399 A Low-Powered Induction Heater for Laboratory Use Model HE-1
  • MLM-401 Samples of Soil from Arco Idaho
  • MLM-403 Electronics Accomplishment Report for October 1949
  • MLM-408 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for November 1949
  • MLM-409 Electronics Accomplishment Report for November 1949
  • MLM-412 Electronics Accomplishment Report for December 1949
  • MLM-413 Partial Monthly Health Information Report for December 1949
  • MLM-467 Four Unit Plating Controls
  • MLM-CF-49-10-16 Fields of Work in the Development and Use of Actinium
  • MLM-CF-49-10-32 Processing of Combustible Solid Wastes
  • MLM-CF-49-11-14 Actinium Program
  • MLM-CF-49-11-15 Hanford Wastes
  • MLM-CF-49-1-24 Construction Budgets for Mound and Scioto Laboratories
  • MLM-CF-49-1-25 Construction Budget for Dayton Unit 5
  • MLM-CF-49-12-61 Financial Situation Fiscal Year 1950
  • MLM-CF-49-2-64 T Building Concentration Cells
  • MLM-CF-49-3-7 Proposed Programs and Budgets for General Research and Development and Biological Research
  • MLM-CF-49-3-9 Operating Procedures for Communications Section
  • MLM-CF-49-5-5 Production Report for April 1949
  • MLM-CF-49-6-1 Production Report for May 1949
  • MLM-CF-49-7-6 Production Report for June 1949, Part 1
  • MLM-CF-49-8-11 Production Report for July 1949
  • MLM-CF-49-9-73 Personnel Exposed to Beryllium
  • MLM-CF-49-9-8 Production Report for August 1949
  • MLM-CF-50-1-14 Mound Laboratory Production Report for December 1949
  • MLM-ML-49-47-0001 Quarterly Report for General Research for May-June 1949
  • MLM-MU-49-62-0401 T Building Concentration Cells Photos
  • MLM-MU-49-64-0011 Calorimetry Progress Report for April 1949
  • MLM-MU-49-69-0003 Request for K-65 Sludge
  • MLM-MU-49-71-0401 Development of a Precision, Steady-State Resistance-Bridge Calorimeter
  • Mobilization Planning-Manpower Requirements for Calendar Years 1949-1952
  • Mound Occupational Radiation Exposure Records Significant Event-No. 893 
  • Proposed Program for General Research and Development for the Fiscal Year 1950
  • Spark Spectra of Elements 43 and 61
  • Unusual Occurrence Report-No. 422 
  • Other Mound Documents

    MLM-CF-65-12-232 Plutonium Receipts for 1956-1964

     

     

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