Emission of spherical cesium-bearing particles from an early stage of the Fukushima nuclear accident

@inproceedings{Adachi2013EmissionOS,
  title={Emission of spherical cesium-bearing particles from an early stage of the Fukushima nuclear accident},
  author={Kouji Adachi and Mizuo Kajino and Yuji Zaizen and Yasuhito Igarashi},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2013}
}
The Fukushima nuclear accident released radioactive materials into the environment over the entire Northern Hemisphere in March 2011, and the Japanese government is spending large amounts of money to clean up the contaminated residential areas and agricultural fields. However, we still do not know the exact physical and chemical properties of the radioactive materials. This study directly observed spherical Cs-bearing particles emitted during a relatively early stage (March 14-15) of the… CONTINUE READING

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