radiocesium

radiocesium

[¦rad·ē·ō′sē·zē·əm]
(nuclear physics)
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Gommers A, Thiry Y, Delvaux B (2005) Rhizospheric mobilization and plant uptake of radiocesium from weathered micas.
Of the cases with endometrial adenocarcinoma, two were being treated with intrauterine radiocesium and the infection is thought to have been transmitted from one patient to the next.
Vidal, "Diffusion experiments for estimating radiocesium and radiostrontium sorption in unsaturated soils from Spain: Comparison with batch sorption data," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
(5) The results showed that the radiocesium was adsorbed by the fine clay and organic matter but not by larger components such as gravel or sand.
The accident of the Daiichi nuclear power plant in March 2011 released a large amount of radiocesium into the North Pacific Ocean (see Kumamoto et al.
Insoluble PB has been used both in animals and clinically in humans, including during the Goiania incident in Brazil, in which 104 individuals showed evidence of internal contamination with radiocesium [8, 9].
Ayrault, "Radiocesium transfer from hillslopes to the Pacific Ocean after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant accident: a review," Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, vol.
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M., 2001: Simulating wet deposition of radiocesium from the Chernobyl accident.
Larsen, "Comparison of soil erosion and deposition rates using radiocesium, RUSLE, and buried soils in dolines in East Tennessee," Environmental Geology, vol.