Cesium-137

CDC: Radioisotope Brief: Cesium-137 (Cs-137)

CDC: Radioisotope Brief: Cesium-137 (Cs-137) How can it hurt me? External exposure to large amounts of Cs-137 can cause burns, acute radiation sickness, and even death. Exposure to Cs-137 can increase the risk for cancer because of exposure to hi...

Argonne National Laboratory, EVS: Cesium, what is it?

Argonne National Laboratory, EVS   Human Health Fact Sheet, August 2005  Cesium: What is it?

EPA: Cesium Fact Sheet

EPA Fact Sheet: Cesium Cesium (chemical symbol Cs) is a metal that may be stable (nonradioactive) or unstable (radioactive). The most common radioactive form of cesium is cesium-137. Another fairly common radioisotope is cesium-134. Cesium-137 is ...

IEER: Cesium 137 Deposition density due to global fallout

IEER: Cesium-137 Deposition density due to global fallout map of U.S.  www.IEER.org

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