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Nuclear science 101 – Background radiation from everyday objects

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register We interact with radioactive materials every day. From the healthy foods we eat to common items in your home, the average household in the United States is full of radiological sources that the typical citizen may not be aware of. But they’re not deadly or...
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