Cs-137

AcronymDefinition
Cs-137Cesium 137
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Norway has an exceptionally high permissible level for Cs-137 in reindeer meat, in part as a measure to preserve the Sami way of life.
Independent international estimates suggest that the total quantity of Cs-137 released into the atmosphere by the multiple explosions and fires in the first week following the disaster amounted to 35.
The ICRP Committee recommended replacement of contaminated surface soil with clean crushed coral fill to reduce background radiation and the spreading of large amounts of potassium fertilizer to counter the uptake of Cs-137 by breadfruit and coconut trees.
It was during this time that the device containing Cs-137 -- which sources note has the highest levels of radioactivity -- disappeared.
This pool is structurally damaged and contains about 10 times more Cs-137 than was released at Chernobyl.
The complete absence of Cs-137 from the channel bed indicates that
If radioactive I-131 or Cs-137 were used in the dispersal device, potassium iodide or Prussian blue could be used to provide a measure of treatment.
La calibracion es realizada para las energias del Cs-137, Co-60 y para un haz de fotones de 6 MV.
1] Mn-54 4,89 0,02 Co-60 5,80 0,04 Zn-65 7,27 0,08 Cd-109 19,62 0,10 Cs-134 13,30 0,10 Cs-137 16,72 0,08 Am-241 3,66 0,02 Eficiencia experimental Isotopo Valor Lab.
Deposition and mixing depths on some European intertidal mudflats based on Pb-210 and Cs-137 activities.
After nine years of research he discovered that internal radiation from Cs-137 by low doses led to damage on vital organs.
Based on a detailed analysis of official data and reports, a report compiled at the request of Rebecca Harms (Greens/European Free Alliance, Germany) and the Green party of the European Parliament by independent experts (1) has revealed that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) deliberately played down the impact of the disaster whose nuclear fallout touched and contaminated in the region of one third of the surface area of Western Europe with Cs-134, Cs-137 and the 131 iode.