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In a pressurized water- reactor the primary cooling water: a. Boils in the core and is used to turn the turbine b. Evaporates to the atmosphere using a cooling tower c. Transfers its heat to the secondary cooling water in a steam generator
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User: In a pressurized water- reactor the primary cooling water: a. Boils in the core and is used to turn the turbine b. Evaporates to the atmosphere using a cooling tower c. Transfers its heat to the secondary cooling water in a steam generator

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In a pressurized water - reactor the primary cooling water: Transfers its heat to the secondary cooling water in a steam generator.
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