One of the leading advanced reactor concepts is the fluoride salt high temperature reactor (FHR) currently under investigation. This design utilizes a fluoride molten salt, flibe (2LiF/BeF2), as the primary coolant. One challenge of employing flibe as a coolant is the production and release of tritium. The FHR community is currently investigating various techniques to solve this tritium management...
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