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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Radnet Monitoring, 9 Ranges of Gamma and Which Isotopes Are in Those Ranges

This is from pinksailmat who is doing great work at ENENEWS.

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If I had to follow just one of the Gamma Ranges…I would pick Range 5, which picks up Cs-137,
Ba-137m & Cs-134.
FYI here are all the Gamma Ranges with a select few important Isotopes:
Range 2: Ba-140
Range 3: I-131
Range 4: Kr-85
Range 5: Cs-137, Ba-137m & Cs-134
Range 6: Ru-106
Range 7: Y-91
Range 8: K-40
Range 9: Na-24, Mn-56
Range 10: Sr-90
https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/query.do

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