[ RadSafe ] U & Th Foils (Reactor Experiments, Inc.)

Jason Meade meadeja at vcu.edu
Fri Oct 9 15:18:24 CDT 2015

I think that Reactor Experiments, Inc became Thermo Reax became Thermo
Scientific, so you might start with them.


On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 3:31 PM, Christy, Joseph D. <
jchristy at slac.stanford.edu> wrote:

> Radsafe Community:
> We have come across some old U & Th foils, originating from Reactor
> Experiments, Inc. (San Carlos, CA) back in the 1980's timeframe.
> Any background/historical information that you can share regarding these
> foils (e.g., material composition, activity, etc.) would be greatly
> appreciated.
> Regards,
> Joe Christy
> SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
> Radioactive Waste Group
> 650-926-2823
> jchristy at slac.stanford.edu
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