[ RadSafe ] Hot particles on air filter
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Thu Jun 23 14:20:26 CDT 2011
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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Hot particles on air filter
Could it be Radon gas?
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No, it not radon gas. These are quite clear hot particles like those in the Irish Sea resuspension from Sellafield and from Chernobyl. You have all (I hope) seen the autoradiographs. Little white splodges on a black background. Radon just gives a fog.
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