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The retention of fall-out on cereals ripe for harvest

, : The retention of fall-out on cereals ripe for harvest. The retention of fall-out on cereals ripe for harvest, New York: Pergamon Press., 27-34

An investigation was made of the hazards resulting from the consumption of flour prepared from wheat standing ripe at the time of the detonation of an atomic weapon. Data are tabulated on the 89Sr and 90Sr content of grain from areas with a known dose-rate from fall-out and the 90Sr and 89Sr content of flour made from these grains.


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