Our team certified that the 10 packets which were lying near to import area that came to Delhi from Turkey via Turkish Airlines were radioactive element
The conclusion of the commission, published in the form of general meeting minutes in 1997, showed that the factory sites did not include radioactive elements
Maps that show radioactive element
distribution provide information about fundamental mineralogical and geochemical properties of bedrock and surficial deposits, and have proven highly useful for geological mapping, mineral exploration, and environmental studies, often indicating geological features not seen by other techniques.
The next step is to experiment with the compound's ability to siphon away other common radioactive elements
like cesium and uranium.
The agency said the radioactive element
in the vapour that will be released would not affect the environment or human health.
A radioactive element
is an element with an unstable nucleus that decays over time.
The stolen vehicle was carrying delicate cargo that included a radioactive element
used for medical purposes that also can be used to make a so-called dirty bomb.
Contained within is a tiny amount of the radioactive element
tritium, which will emit a glow for the next 10 years or so.
The recent studies have revealed that hair samples taken from 80 per cent of the neurologically disabled children, and their drinking water contained high levels of uranium, a radioactive element
Weapon-grade uranium requires enriching the radioactive element
for 90 percent and above.
But if radiation (radiating waves or particles emitted by some elements) were to accidentally spew from a local nuclear power plant--a plant that uses the radioactive element
uranium to generate electricity--results could be dire.
It needs to dispose of fifty metric tons of plutonium, a highly radioactive element
used in nuclear weapons.