Поводження із збідненим ураном


Розглянуто ефекти радіологічного й токсичного впливу на організм людей збідненого урану, утворення радіоактивних аерозолів , наявність урану-236 у складі збідненого урану, вплив потужних джерел бета-випромінювань при розпаді урану-238. Проаналізовано ризики використання зброї із збідненим ураном.



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