sulfur-35


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sulfur-35

n.
A radioisotope of sulfur that is a beta emitter with half-life of 87.2 days, used as a tracer in metabolic studies.
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The research team believes chlorine in seawater reacted with neutron and generated radioactive sulfur-35, which was released into the atmosphere together with steam and carried to the west coast by westerly winds.