Measurements at the time showed levels of 650 Sieverts
per hour, according to the Japan Times.
, they report in the May 31 Science; the agencies' limit for astronauts is 1 sievert
per hour, underscoring the existence of radioactive substances from the melted fuel inside the structure.
Plant operator Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) reported on Monday that radiation exceeding 10 sieverts
(10,000 millisieverts) per hour was found at the bottom of a ventilation stack standing between two reactors.
The fatal dose of radiation for a human is 6 sieverts
Based in Newark, California, Hy-Energy sells the PCTPro-2000 Gas Sorption Analyzer, an automated Sieverts
instrument, which is distributed by Sigma-Aldrich (see IBO 11/30/07)
The funeral will be held June 7 for Mary "Bonnie" Sieverts
of Eugene, who died May 31 of heart failure.
In Japan, the highest-level radiation exposure occurred in September 1999, when Hisashi Ouchi, a uranium-processing plant worker, was exposed to an estimated 17 sieverts
of radiation in the country's worst nuclear accident in Tokaimura, Ibaraki Prefecture.
6 milli Sieverts
- the statutory limit is 50 milli Sieverts
Al and Jane Sieverts
plunged into retailing on a shoestring budget.
The latest readings, taken six years after the Fukushima nuclear meltdown, showed 11 sieverts
per hour, according to (http://www.
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