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Re: Inhalation Class of Uranyl Acetate
> De : Jean-Michel Mure <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> A : Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
> Objet : Inhalation Class of Uranyl Acetate
> Date : vendredi 21 mars 1997 14:53
> Hello Radsafers,
> 1. I would like to know what is the inhalation class of U238 when
> incorporated in the molecule of uranyle acetate ? Is it the same as for
> uranyl nitrate ?
> 2. What is the physical behaviour of the molecule when U238 decays to
> 3. What inhalation class would you take for the decay product Th234 if
> have no idea of what is going on in the molecule?
> Thanks in advance,
> Best regards
Concerning uranyl nitrate, incoming papers will emphazise the fact that
transferability is greatly a function of hydratation of the product, hence
its age (suprisingly, high humidity implies slower transfer). Experimental
results (in vitro) will soon be published.
Having recently posted a query concerning Thorium, I am very interested by
point 2 and 3.
Rem : members of the group supplied very useful material following my mail
about Thorium. In due time i will forword individual thanks and a summary
of our findings.
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