[ adjective ] exhibiting or caused by radioactivity


"radioactive isotope" "radioactive decay" "radioactive fallout"

Used in print

(Francis J. Johnston and John E. Willard, "The...)

It should be possible to free carbon_tetrachloride of any interfering substances by the usual purification methods followed by prechlorination prior to addition of radioactive chlorine .

The desired amounts of inactive chlorine and radioactive chlorine were likewise condensed in these cells on the vacuum line following which they were frozen_down and the manifold as_a_whole was sealed_off .

(J. W. C. Hagstrom et al., "Debilitating muscular...)

The protein bound iodine was 6.6 � mg. % , and the radioactive iodine uptake over the thyroid_gland was 46 % in 24 hours , with a conversion ratio of 12 % .

Related terms

nonradioactive hot