Cesium A Deadly Hazard

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Composition of seawater

Carbon 14 is used for this example: This nullifies the carbon method as well as demonstrating that the earth is less than 10, years old. The above is offered as a simple fact of research. Knowing how faulty creationist “facts” can be, let’s do a little research of our own.

in applying the age-dating method, including dissolution of the ceramic, separation of its cesium and barium con- stituents, and ICP-MS analysis of the separated fractions.

One kg of fresh water contains Surprisingly the world under water is very much different from that above in the availability of the most important gases for life: Whereas in air about one in five molecules is oxygen, in sea water this is only about 4 in every thousand million water molecules. Whereas air contains about one carbondioxide molecule in air molecules, in sea water this ratio becomes 4 in every million water molecules, which makes carbondioxide much more common available in sea water than oxygen.

Note that even though their concentrations in solution differ due to differences in solubility ability to dissolve , their partial pressures remain as in air, according to Henry’s law, except where life changes this. Plants increase oxygen content while decreasing carbondioxide and animals do the reverse. Bacteria are even capable of using up all oxygen. When water is warmed, it becomes more saturated, eventually resulting in bubbles leaving the liquid.


Submitted as coursework for PH , Stanford University, Winter Introduction Among the many fission product nuclides, cesium deserves attention because it possesses a unique combination of physical properties and historical notoriety. It is readily produced in large quantities during fission, has an intermediate half-life, decays by high-energy pathways, and is chemically reactive and highly soluble.

These physical properties have made cesium a dangerous legacy of major nuclear accidents such as Chernobyl, but it has also caused relatively small incidents as well. The Dangers of Cesium Cesium is among the most common heavy fission products. Its half-life of about 30 years is long enough that objects and regions contaminated by cesium remain dangerous to humans for a generation or more, but it is short enough to ensure that even relatively small quantities of cesium release dangerous doses of radiation its specific radioactivity is 3.

Cesium undergoes high-energy beta decay, primarily to an excited nuclear isomer of Barium , which in turn undergoes gamma decay with a half-life of about seconds.

At Flett we use Lead(Pb) and Cesium(Cs) to determine the rate of sediment accumulation in lakes, oceans and other water bodies. It is typical to analyze 10 – 20 sections of a sediment core for Pb and a similar number of Cs, covering an accumulation period of .

Radiation keeps reaching higher and higher levels under Daiichi reactor 2. This indicates that the nuclear material is out of containment and is fissioning somewhere underground. It will never be located let alone contained. No one can get near enough to it to verify its actual location. Nuclear material is stored haphazardly in building 4, in an open air pool above ground. Some of these rods are spent fuel, and some are not.

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Atomic Energy Act of , secs. These regulations are issued under the Atomic Energy Act of , as amended, and the Energy Reorganization Act of , as amended. However, nothing in this part shall be construed as limiting actions that may be necessary to protect health and safety.

The method involved looking at gamma rays emitted by cesium, a radioactive element that first appeared on Earth in “Cesium is not a natural isotope.

As of and for the next few hundred years, caesium is the principal source of radiation in the zone of alienation around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Together with caesium , iodine , and strontium , caesium was among the isotopes distributed by the reactor explosion that constitute the greatest risk to health. In April , elevated levels of caesium were also being found in the environment after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disasters in Japan.

In July , meat from 11 cows shipped to Tokyo from Fukushima Prefecture was found to have 1, to 3, becquerels per kilogram of Cs , considerably exceeding the Japanese legal limit of becquerels per kilogram at that time. It has been measured in the surface layer down to meters and south of the current area down to meters. The government is under pressure to clean up radioactivity from Fukushima from as much land as possible so that some of the , people can return.

These include hydrothermal blasting. The caesium precipitated with ferric ferricyanide Prussian blue would be the only waste requiring special burial sites. Caesium in the environment is substantially anthropogenic human-made. Caesium is produced from the nuclear fission of plutonium and uranium , and decays into barium By observing the characteristic gamma rays emitted by this isotope, one can determine whether the contents of a given sealed container were made before or after the first atomic bomb explosion Trinity test , 16 July , which spread some of it into the atmosphere, quickly distributing trace amounts of it around the globe.

This procedure has been used by researchers to check the authenticity of certain rare wines, most notably the purported ” Jefferson bottles “. This led to four confirmed deaths and several serious injuries from radiation contamination.

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Atomism The idea that matter is made up of discrete units is a very old idea, appearing in many ancient cultures such as Greece and India. The word “atom” was coined by the ancient Greek philosophers Leucippus and his pupil Democritus. As a result, their views on what atoms look like and how they behave were incorrect.

They also could not convince everybody, so atomism was but one of a number of competing theories on the nature of matter. It was not until the 19th century that the idea was embraced and refined by scientists, when the blossoming science of chemistry produced discoveries that only the concept of atoms could explain.

Cesium A Deadly Hazard Colin Wessells March 20, Submitted as coursework for PH, Stanford University, Winter Introduction. Among the many fission product nuclides, cesium deserves attention because it possesses a unique combination of .

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The purpose of this chapter is to explain the process of radioactive decay and its relationship to the concept of half-life. Remember that a radionuclide represents an element with a particular combination of protons and neutrons nucleons in the nucleus of the atom. A radionuclide has an unstable combination of nucleons and emits radiation in the process of regaining stability. Reaching stability involves the process of radioactive decay.

A decay, also known as a disintegration of a radioactive nuclide, entails a change from an unstable combination of neutrons and protons in the nucleus to a stable or more stable combination. The type of decay determines whether the ratio of neutrons to protons will increase or decrease to reach a more stable configuration.

Sediment dating with Cs This technique exploits the injection of radioisotopes into the atmosphere, which occurred during atmospheric nuclear testing, mainly in the late s and mid s. It uses this injection as a marker to identify soil and sediment particles laid down at that time.

Without the means to engage in active whaling, consumption at that time primarily stemmed from stranded whales. Wada Chubei Yorimoto established a fishery by organizing the group hunting system in Whalers would spot whales from stations along the shore and launch boats to catch them with harpoons and lances. There harpooners would approach in four boats of their own.

The nets made escape more difficult and, in its struggle to escape, the whale got tired sooner. Primarily right whales , humpback whales , gray , and fin whales were hunted. Once ashore, the whale was quickly flensed and divided into its separate parts for various warehouses and further processing. Although the primary use for whales was meat, the entire whale was used in a variety of products including lamp oil, soaps, fertilizer, folding fans baleen , and more.

This method of whaling required a significant financial investment from rich individuals to compensate for the sizable labor force. However, whaling remained entwined with ritual and unlike their contemporary European counterparts the early Japanese coastal whalers considered whales a valuable resource and did not over-exploit local stocks.

When they kill whales, hunters invoke the Buddha and pray for the repose of whales’ souls; [32] they held funerals for whales, built cenotaphs for them, gave posthumous Buddhist names to them, and when a dead fetus is removed from a butchered cow, an effort is made to release it into the sea.

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