Radon

Chemical element with the atomic number of 86

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May 8, 2019
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In February, media outlets across the country published articles about elevated levels of radiation that visitors and workers of the Grand Canyon National Park Museum may have been exposed to over a number of years. The story broke after three 5 gallon buckets of uranium ore from a nearby uranium mine were discovered being stored in the museum by an exhibit., , , , The case is a good reminder that workers and the public can be exposed to radiation sources when they least expect it. Even though...
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