radionuclide content

radionuclide content

[‚rād·ē·ō′nü‚klīd ′kän‚tent]
(nuclear physics)
The sum of the number of radioactive nuclei before and after a nuclear reaction as a fraction of the total number of nuclei involved (reactant nuclei plus reaction-product nuclei).
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Elevated indoor external dose rates may arise from high radionuclide content in building materials (Chen and Lin, 1996; Stoulos et al.
Clay bricks are widely used for construction of dwellings and their natural radionuclide content affects the population.
For this reason, every effort must be taken to minimize the radionuclide content in food and water.
In addition, the FDA and EPA must enforce existing regulations and guidelines that address radionuclide content in our food supply here at home.
The Government moved quickly to appoint Mr Redfern after "outrage" was expressed over the disclosure that organs were taken from individuals and then analysed for radionuclide content.
The Government moved quickly to appoint Mr Redfern after feelings of "shock and outrage" were expressed over the disclosure that organs had been taken from individuals and then analysed for radionuclide content.
BNFL, which operates the Sellafield site, identified 65 cases in which tissue was taken from individuals which was then analysed for the radionuclide content of organs, said the Minister.
Ministers moved quickly after feelings of 'shock and outrage' were expressed over the disclosure that in 65 cases, tissue was taken from individuals which was then analysed for the radionuclide content of organs.
Ministers moved quickly after feelings of "shock and outrage" were expressed over the disclosure that in 65 cases, tissue was taken from people which was then analysed for the radionuclide content of organs.
Ministers moved quickly after feelings of "shock and outrage" were expressed over the disclosure that in 65 cases, tissue was taken from individuals which was then analysed for the radionuclide content of organs.
Ministers yesterday moved quickly over the disclosure that in 65 cases, tissue had been taken from people's bodies, which was then analysed for the radionuclide content of organs.