[ RadSafe ] Tritium in Concrete

Alston, Chris ALSTONCJ at gunet.georgetown.edu
Wed Feb 25 15:26:29 CST 2009


Concrete has a great deal of H20 in it, you know.  Wasn't it likely activated by primary or secondary neutrons from the cyclotron?

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