Translation of radioactive in Spanish:

radioactive

radiactivo, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˌreɪdioʊˈæktɪv//ˌreɪdɪəʊˈaktɪv/

adjective

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    radiactivo
    radioactive waste residuos radiactivos
    • He explained spent nuclear fuel is not radioactive waste because it can be reused.
    • On average, how much time will pass before a radioactive atom decays?
    • Radon decays to form tiny radioactive particles, some of which remain suspended in the air.
    • Nuclear fusion produces no greenhouse gas emissions and only low levels of radioactive waste.
    • Part of the problem is that as the radioactive substance decays, most of the electrons miss the silicon surface.
    • Depleted uranium is a radioactive heavy metal, which is also chemically toxic.
    • They realized that the particles emitted by radioactive elements as they decay are in fact little bits of the atomic nuclei.
    • Operated by the Royal Observer Corps, it was also charged with monitoring lethal radioactive fallout.
    • The periodic table has since been expanded to 81 stable and 31 radioactive elements.
    • The C-urea breath test detects current infection and is not radioactive.
    • Carbon - 14 is radioactive and it is this radioactivity which is used to measure age.
    • It relies on an analysis of how much of a radioactive isotope has decayed into its daughter isotope.
    • It is so hot and radioactive that the miners use remote control equipment.
    • They fill up the thyroid gland and stop it from absorbing any radioactive iodine released by the reactor.
    • In reality all they did was make my blood radioactive before taking gamma photographs.
    • They also debated earnestly over how polluted and radioactive they thought the Caspian's waters were.
    • The specific activity of the radioactive thiamine was the same for each concentration used.
    • This three-year project was to lead to the discovery of the causes of radioactive emissions.
    • When a fuel rod is spent and removed from the reactor, it is hot and highly radioactive.
    • If a nucleus has too many protons for its number of neutrons, it will be radioactive.