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Article - 17 Jul 2001
Americium isotope Am241 was identified by a group of researchers at the University of Chicago in 1944 and was the fourth trans-uranium element to be discovered. It is used as a neutron and gamma...
Article - 20 Jul 2001
Caesium is the most electropositive and most alkaline element. It is also highly reactive. It is used as an oxygen getter, a gamma-ray emmitter, in teletherapy, as a catalyst for hydrogenation,...
Article - 22 Feb 2018
Radioactive materials are often used in non-destructive analysis techniques as they can detect flaws by using short wavelength electromagnetic radiation.
News - 10 Oct 2012
Exova, the world’s largest independent testing group, has invested a six figure sum in non destructive testing (NDT) at its Droitwich laboratory.
Exova Droitwich in Worcestershire, which...
News - 1 Mar 2005
Trillions of cosmic rays that constantly bombard Earth could help catch smugglers trying to bring nuclear weapons or materials into the United States.
Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists have...
News - 25 Jun 2020
The magnetic structures resulting from a plasma instability predicted by the physicist Erich Weibel about 50 years ago has been evidenced at surprisingly large scales in a laser-driven plasma in the...
News - 21 Dec 2010
Los Alamos National Laboratory has named its Top 10 science and technology developments of 2010 based on major programmatic milestones, strategic potential, scholarly accounts, and associated news...
Article - 22 Aug 2017
Similar to the way in which radiography is used clinically for the identification of breaks or cracks in a patient’s bone(s), manufacturers utilize this method to identify cracks or flaws within their...
Article - 21 Aug 2017
Within the nuclear industry, NDT plays an important role in maintaining the safety and constant inspection of the most critical parts of nuclear power plants.