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Monday, 21 March 2011

Milliseverts and Radiation - Sixty Symbols

With the term "millisieverts" being used in relation to the Japanese nuclear crisis, Paul Glover (University of Nottingham) explains how radiation is measured and shows you some radiation in action.

Source:  Sixty Symbols

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