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Of What Material Are the Control Rods of a Nuclear Reactor Made? - Science

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Of what material are the control rods of a nuclear reactor made?

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The control rods of a nuclear reactor are made of chemical elements that are capable of absorbing many neutrons without fissioning themselves, such as boron, silver, indium and cadmium.

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