2 edition of Antimony-124 in the lower Columbia River found in the catalog.
Antimony-124 in the lower Columbia River
Stephen Van Wyck Pope
Written in English
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T/LLAMOOK BAY SCHOOL of SCIENCE OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ORE. Antimony (51 Sb) occurs in two stable isotopes, Sb and Sb. There are 35 artificial radioactive isotopes, Antimony-124 in the lower Columbia River book longest-lived of which are Sb, with a half-life of years; Sb, with a half-life of days; and Sb, with a half-life of days.
All other isotopes have half-lives less than 4 days, most less than an hour. There are also many isomers, the longest Standard atomic weight A(Sb): (1).
Antimony has a half-life of 60 days. One curie of Antimony will give a dose rate of mR per hour at a meter. Antimony labeled compounds have both internal and external exposure hazards to humans. Internally, Antimony can cause localized damage if ingested, inhaled Antimony-124 in the lower Columbia River book absorbed by the skin.
the Columbia River Estuary and Adjacent Pacific Ocean William C. Renfro, Principal Investigator Antimony-124 in the lower Columbia River book in the Lower Columbia River - Pope 20 Determination and Application of 32P Specific Activity in devoted to completion and editting chapters for the AEC -sponsored book "Bioenvironmental Studies of the Columbia River.
Antimony Atomic No. Radionuclide Class Table 1 Occupational Values Table 2 Effluent Concentrations Table 3 Releases to Sewers; Col.
1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col. 1 Col. 2; Oral Ingestion ALI (µCi) Inhalation Air (µCi/ml) Water (µCi/ml) Monthly Average Concentration (µCi/ml) ALI (µCi) DAC (µCi/ml) Antimony D, see Sb: 6E+2: 9E+2. Antimony Ore any of the natural mineral formations containing antimony in compounds and concentrations Antimony-124 in the lower Columbia River book make commercial use technically and economically feasible.
Of the antimony ores proper, the major mineral is antimonite (Sb2S3), which contains up to percent Sb; in rare cases, antimony ores are represented by complex sulfides of antimony.
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Antimony is a chemical element with symbol Sb (from Latin: stibium) and atomic number A lustrous gray metalloid, it is found in nature mainly as the sulfide mineral stibnite (Sb 2 S 3).Antimony compounds have been known since ancient times and were used for cosmetics; metallic antimony was also known, but it was erroneously identified as lead upon its discovery.
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