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  • Earth also has several large radioactive areas, although the cause is never really described.
  • Although the main body remains in place, radioactive material may have been released.
  • Some radioactive materials have short half-lives; some have long half-lives.
  • They determined this from the amount of radioactive material remaining outside of the cell.
  • It also includes the study and use of nuclear processes in non-radioactive areas of human activity.
  • Therefore, compared to water, it is both more efficient and less likely to become radioactive.
  • The previous two tests had indicated that the produced natural gas would be too radioactive for safe use.
  • It includes the study of the production and use of radioactive sources for a range of processes.
  • He also says that radioactive processes probably power the stars.
  • After another single failed to chart, the group were persuaded to leave Radioactive by their management.
  • Birds can land on its surface and take small amounts of radioactive substances with them.
  • If temporary brachytherapy is used, no radioactive sources remain in the body after treatment.
  • Exposure to high levels of radioactive waste may cause serious harm or death.
  • Though a health hazard, radioactive materials have many medical and industrial uses.
  • Elements such as lead formed largely through the radioactive decay of heavier elements.
  • High-level waste is full of highly radioactive fission products, most of which are relatively short-lived.
  • It is an extremely radioactive element that has only been created in the laboratory and has not been observed in nature.
  • Other materials, such as spent fuel and high-level waste, are highly radioactive and require special handling.
  • There exist twenty-eight chemical elements on Earth that are radioactive.
  • Radioactive fallout became less of an issue and the anti-nuclear weapons movement went into decline for some years.
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Meaning of radioactive

  • adjective Exhibiting or caused by radioactivity
    radioactive isotope, radioactive decay, radioactive fallout