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In everyday life (as most people define it) plutonium has no use. Its primary use is in making nuclear weapons. It can also be used as fuel in nuclear reactors instead of or in addition to uranium, but except for small mostly experimental reactors and the French standardized nuclear reactors for power plants these are almost nonexistent.

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