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radioactive material

Definitions

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  • n. material that is radioactive

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Examples

  • Barot wrote a letter to the leaders of al-Qaeda proposing that he would mine the small amount of radioactive material known as americium that can be found in ordinary smoke detectors and use it to build a radiological device.

    The Longest War

  • The second scenario is the detonation of a radiological bomb, most likely in a European or Asian city, which would cause widespread panic, leading many to believe that terrorists had “gone nuclear,” even though a radiological “dirty bomb” is nothing like a nuclear device, only dispersing radioactive material rather than setting off an atomic explosion.

    The Longest War

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