radioactive wastewater Applications
Radium is found naturally in uranium ores. It is an alkaline earth metal that decomposes in water and it is over a million times more radioactive than the same mass of uranium. As a radiological hazard that emits alpha, beta, and gamma rays, it is a carcinogen.
By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA).
In nature, the chemical elements can be represented by more isotopes, or atoms of the same element, characterized by a different number of neutrons in the nucleus. When the proton / neutron ratio does not exceed that value likely to upset the balance of the atom, resulting in the phenomenon known as stabilization of radioactive decay, the isotope is called stable. That is, over time, will not tend to emit energy and sub-nuclear particles to gain energy stability, giving rise, at the end of the process, the daughter nucleus (a different element, characterized by stability energy).
By ETG Risorse e Tecnologia based in Montiglio, ITALY.
Our mild yet powerful multi-purpose cleaners are effective in both industrial and critical cleaning applications. Their unique formulation of chelants, ionic, and non-ionic ingredients produce a variety of cleaning actions that include lifting, dispersing, emulsifying, sequestering, suspending and decomposing. They are outstanding for cleaning labware, ceramics, and stainless steel. Our detergents can replace hazardous cleaning agents used to remove radioactive materials from glassware, equipment, bench tops, chamber walls and similar surfaces. The cleaners are also proven in defouling filter membranes used in wastewater treatment systems.
By International Products Corporation based in Burlington, NEW JERSEY (USA).
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