radionuclide

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radionuclide

[¦rād·ē·ō′nü‚klīd]
(nuclear physics)
A nuclide that exhibits radioactivity.
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Also, he adds that DOE assessments show that any radionucleides would represent a very small portion of the overall background exposure levels for radiation.
The EPA study would take up to five years to conduct, and would analyze soils for a list of radionucleides.
The initial focused development of EKOR began in 1986 as a radiation-resistant foam technology to provide long-term containment of solid, liquid and airborne radionucleides.
SRMs from other NIST laboratories and measurement areas cover a variety of applications that include sinusoidal roughness of steel blocks; magnification level for scanning electron microscopes; resistivity of silicon wafers; transmittance of optical density filters; characterization of radionucleides in ocean sediment, Rockwell C Scale for hardness; fracture toughness of ceramics; wavelength reference for a hydrogen cyanide absorption cell; and thermal resistance of fibrous glass insulation.