[ RadSafe ] Neutron sources

Mccormick, Luke I luke.mccormick at dhs.gov
Thu Mar 8 05:08:58 CST 2007

If you are working with D-D neutron generators, you would fall under OSHA
regulations in 29 CFR 1096. Additionally depending on which State you are
in you may have additonal State regulations and licensing requirements.

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Subject:    [ RadSafe ] Neutron sources
Author:     radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl
Date:       3/7/2007 11:51 AM

       Being in the business of making neutron detectors now...

       I suppose, but I'd rather check, that one cannot buy "exempt"
       sources in the US or in NL for that matter.

       So what would happen if I cook a few uCi Am and Li pills in the
       Do I get to visit Guantanamo on an "exempt" US govnmt flight?

       How about pulsed neutron sources? Are there restrictions also
       on the D-D

       The experts' advise would be highly appreciated....


       Marco Caceci
       LQC sl

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