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(Nuclear Physics) an element that is naturally radioactive
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(ˌreɪ di oʊˈɛl ə mənt)

a radioactive element.
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n. radioelemento, cualquier elemento que tiene propiedades radiactivas.
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In terms of the topsoil properties, radioelement K was found to be correlated with [EC.sub.1:5] (r = 0.30) and CEC (/* = 0.27), whereas [EC.sub.a] from EM38v was correlated with clay (r = 0.58), FC (r = 0.53), PWP (r=0.59), pH (r = 0.46), CEC (r = 0.67) and [EC.sub.1:5] (r = 0.30).
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The ternary K-eU-eTh radioelement map (Figure 4d) was a K-eU-eTh ternary colour presentation which is useful in outlining the a real extent of the potassium alteration but ambiguous for interpreting local discontinuities
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Commercial synthesizers costing about $14,0,000 then chemically incorporate the radioelement into a desired molecule.
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As long as the principal medium for radioelement transport is water, hydrogeological studies are indispensable for the full characterization of the disposal site.