RADIOACTIVITY.EU.COM

icon THE PHENOMENON
THE PHENOMENON
icon IN DAILY LIFE
IN DAILY LIFE
icon QUESTION OF DOSES
QUESTION OF DOSES
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AT THE DOCTOR’S
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At the laboratory
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At the museum
icon NUCLEAR ENERGY
NUCLEAR ENERGY
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RADIOACTIVE WASTE

The aim of this web site is to explain radioactivity and its applications to the general public.

Radioelements (or radioisotopes or radionuclei or radionuclides) are atoms whose nuclei are radioactive. For example, iodine-131 and caesium-137, produced in reactors, are radionuclei that have the same physical and chemical properties that the non radioactive atoms of iodine and caesium found in Nature.

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