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60Co

(nuclear physics)
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Effect of 60Co gamma-irradiation on postharvest quality and selected enzyme activities of Pleurotus nebrodensis.
The attached chromophores and auxochromes are considered to be the main source of azo dye color, the explanation of the decoloration process is that the radiolysis product of dimethylformamide by 60Co I3-irradiated is the following [9]:
Talib, "Effect of concentration and particle size on nonlinearity of Au nano-fluid prepared by y (60Co) radiation," Optics Communications, vol.
Emerged adults of the same sex and < 24 h old were each placed into a single cell of a multicell tray and exposed to increasing doses of y-radiation delivered at a rate of 3.7536 Gy/min from a 60Co source.
Follow-up study by chromosome aberration analysis and micronucleus assays in victims accidentally exposed to 60Co radiation.
The final internal background contamination for the semicoaxial detector was estimated to be [10.sup.-2] cts/(keV x kg x yr) mainly due to 60Co activity.
Bolsunovskii, "Speciation of artificial radionuclides 60Co, 137Cs, 152Eu, and 241Am in bottom sediments of the Yenisei River," Radiochemistry, vol.
Sochor, Supplementary Comparison CCRI(I)-S2 of Standards for Absorbed Dose to Water in 60Co Gamma Radiation at Radiation Processing Dose Levels, Metrologia 48, Tech.
Loffredo, "Ocular melanoma: total dose and dose rate effects with 60Co plaque therapy," Radiology, vol.
Protective effects of astaxanthin against oxidative damage induced by 60Co gammaray irradiation.