radioactive pollution, Biology

Radioactive pollution is a very special form of pollution of air, water and soil with radioactive material. Its nature of contamination and effects are different from those of other kinds of pollution.

Humanity was experiencing low level of radiation from long back, but the danger of radiation exposure have increased in many folds recent years.

It is defined as pollution of air, water and soil with radioactive material. E.g.: nuclear weapons, nuclear fuel, atomic reactors, use of radioactive isotopes in medicine and X-rays.

 

 

 

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