WHERE IS WORLD'S FIRST ATOMIC POWER PLANT?


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1-AUSTRALIA

2-U.S.A

3-BRITAIN

4-RUSSIA
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The world's first peacetime use of nuclear power occurred when the U.S. Government switched on Experimental Breeder Reactor #1 (EBR1) near Arco, Idaho, on December 20, 1951
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