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New York Times | Japan Checks The Population for Radioactivity

Covering the face and mouth cannot protect against the release of radioactive steam in an effort to cool the nuclear plant core. Detection of higher than normal levels of radioactive elements have been found in 160 individuals with a few showing radiation poisoning. 

 

The government requests the people to remain calm after the announcement of 1000 times normal level detection of radioactive materials.


A meltdown occurs when there is insufficient cooling of the reactor core, and it is the most dangerous kind of a nuclear power accident because of the risk of radiation releases. The radiation levels reported so far by the Japanese authorities are far above normal but still too small to pose a hazard to human health if the exposure continued for a brief period. The fear was that more core damage would bring bigger releases.

List of Radioactive Elements
When a nuclear plant explodes or melts down some radioactive elements released into the atmosphere and water and seeps into ground affecting all life.

Radioactive Element Atomic Number Atomic Mass Number Decay Type Half Life
Hydrogen (H) 1 3 Beta Decay (β-) 12 years
Beryllium (Be) 4 10 Beta Decay (β-) 2,700,000 years
Carbon (C) 6 14 Beta Decay (β-) 5,730 years
calcium (Ca) 20 41 Beta Decay (β+) 100,000 years
Iron (Fe) 26 59 Beta Decay (β-) 45 days
Cobalt (Co) 27 60 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 5 years
Nickel
(Ni)
28 59 Beta Decay (β+) 80,000 years
Zinc (Zn) 30 65 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 145 days
Selenium (Se) 34 79 Beta Decay (β-) 70,000 years
Krypton (Kr) 36 85 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 10 years
Krypton (Kr) 36 90 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 33 seconds
Rubidium (Rb) 37 87 Beta Decay (β-) 47 billion years
Strontium (Sr) 38 89 Beta Decay (β-) 53 days
Strontium (Sr) 38 90 Beta Decay (β-) 28 years
Yttrium (Y) 39 90 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 64 hrs
Yttrium (Y) 39 91 Beta Decay (β-) 58 days
Zirconium (Zr) 40 93 Beta Decay (β-) 950,000 years
Zirconium (Zr) 40 95 Beta Decay (β-) 65 days
Niobium (Nb) 41 93 Gamma 4 years
Niobium (Nb) 41 95 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 35 days
Molybdenum (Mo) 42 93 Beta Decay (β+) 10,000 years
Technetium (Tc) 43 99 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 210,000 years
Ruthenium (Ru) 44 103 Beta Decay (β-) 40 days
Ruthenium(Ru) 44 106 Beta Decay (β-) 1 year
Palladium (Pd) 46 107 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 7 million years
Silver (Ag) 47 110 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 249 days
Tin (Sn) 50 126 Beta Decay (β-) 100,000 years
Antimony (Sb) 51 125 Beta Decay (β-) 2 years
Tellurium (Te) 52 127 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 105 days
Tellurium (Te) 52 129 Beta Decay (β-) 67 minutes
Iodine (I) 53 129 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 17.2 million years
Iodine (I) 53 131 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 8 days
Iodine (I) 53 134 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 52 minutes
Xenon (Xe) 54 133 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 5 days
Xenon (Xe) 54 137 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 4 minutes
Xenon (Xe) 54 138 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 14 minutes
Cesium (Cs) 55 134 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 2 years
Cesium (Cs) 55 135 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 2 million years
Cesium (Cs) 55 137 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 30 years
Cerium (Ce) 58 144 Beta Decay (β-) 285 days
Promethium (Pm) 61 147 Beta Decay (β-), Gamma 2 years
Europium (Eu) 63 154 Beta Decay (β-), Beta Decay (β+), Gamma 16 years
Europium (Eu) 63 155 Beta Decay (β-) 2 years
Lead (Pb) 82 210 Beta Decay (β-), Alpha 21 years
Bismuth (Bi) 83 210 Alpha 3 million years
Polonium (Po) 84 210 Alpha 138 days
Radon (Rn) 86 220 Alpha, Beta Decay (β+) 1 min
Radon (Rn) 86 222 Alpha 4 days
Radium (Ra) 88 224 Alpha 4 days
Radium (Ra) 88 225 Beta Decay (β-) 15 days
Radium (Ra) 88 226 Alpha 1,622 years
Thorium (Th) 90 228 Alpha 2 years
Thorium (Th) 90 229 Alpha 7,340 years
Thorium (Th) 90 230 Alpha 80,000 years
Thorium (Th) 90 232 Alpha 14 years
Thorium (Th) 90 234 Beta Decay (β-) 24 days
Proactinium (Pa) 91 226 Alpha, Beta Decay (β+) 2 minutes
Uranium (U) 92 233 Alpha 162,000 years
Uranium (U) 92 234 Alpha 248,000 years
Uranium (U) 92 235 Alpha 713 million years
Uranium (U) 92 236 Alpha 23.9 million years
Uranium (U) 92 238 Alpha 4.51 billion years
Neptunium (Np) 93 237 Alpha 2.2 million years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 236 Alpha 285 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 238 Alpha 86 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 239 Alpha 24,390 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 240 Alpha 6,580 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 241 Beta Decay (β-), Alpha 13 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 242 Alpha 379,000 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 243 Alpha 5 years
Plutonium (Pu) 94 244 Alpha 76 million years
Americium (Am) 95 241 Alpha 458 years
Americium (Am) 95 242 Beta Decay (β-), Beta Decay (β+), Alpha, Gamma 16 hours
Americium (Am) 95 243 Alpha 7,950 years
Curium (Cm) 96 242 Alpha 163 days
Curium (Cm) 96 243 Alpha 35 years
Curium (Cm) 96 244 Alpha 18 years
Curium (Cm) 96 247 Alpha 40 million years

 


Hope this comprehensive list of radioactive elements will be useful to you. These radioactive isotopes have a lot of applications today, ranging from medicine to atomic energy. Since these radioactive elements are harmful, burning up radioactive waste or disposing it, is difficult. Every development in science and technology brings in new developments and problems. Now, it's for us to decide, how we want to use the power of technology placed in our hands.
Thank you to Gray Pilgrim for this chart. 

 

Source: List of radioactive elements


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