Interpreting Dangers of Radioactivity in Foods, Water and Objects

A recent analysis of an Amber Necklace at our sister site, Toxtest, for any emitting Gamma, Beta, Alpha Radiation revealed a level of 0.09 μSv per hour or, if worn 24/7, would equal about 788 μSv per year. To put this into perspective, reports of average doses of radiation per year range from 3000 to 6000 μSv per year. This includes exposure from natural radiation (from soil, cosmic rays, etc.)

By |2020-01-04T16:14:28+11:00December 28th, 2019|Featured Posts, Heavy Metals|0 Comments
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