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Synonyms for curium

a radioactive transuranic metallic element

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Moreover, in May 2018, Curium enhanced its position in the France PET market with the acquisition of France-based commercial and manufacturing operations of Cyclopharma, developer and manufacturer of PET diagnostics.
Curium is a nuclear medicine solutions provider with more than a century of industry experience.
Staff from Curium Solutions which won Business of the Year at the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards 2018
There are only a select number of locations where marble sculptures have been found at all, but the sites where such pieces have been found in abundance are all cities of political and economic significance within easy range of such ports as Amathous, Citium, Curium, Nea Paphos, Salamis, and Soli (Fig.
These long-lived radionuclides , called minor actinides (elements like americium, curium, neptunium), have to be separated from the spent fuel to be placed in a specific reactor for transmutation.
They are as follows for any consecutive 12-month period: Beta particulate (other than tritium) - 49 TBq; alpha particulate (other than curium 242) - 0.27 TBq; Tritium - 30.8 TBq; Strontium 90 - 7.7 TBq; Celsium 137 - 23 TBq; and Curium 242 - 0.04 TBq.
Petitions for certiorari are due in ninety days from entry of the per curium.
Nearby is Curium, one of the island's many impressive ancient monuments.
With the discovery of promethium, the periodic table had no further gaps, and all that remained was to discover further elements beyond the now-known curium (element number 96).
The magnificent ancient Curium theatre will be the singer's first stop on September 4 before she heads to the School for the Blind in Nicosia the following day.
Progenics Pharmaceuticals and Curium announced an exclusive agreement to develop and commercialize PyL in Europe.
The court issued a per curium order Wednesday instructing the Maryland Higher Education Commission and the Coalition for Equity and Excellence in Maryland Higher Education Inc.
The merged firm will be called Curium, a provider of nuclear imaging.
After nuclear fission reactions run their course, the remaining byproducts include heavier elements such as neptunium, plutonium, americium and curium. Those elements are part of a highly radioactive mixture that must be isolated for millions of years before it can be safely released.
CURIUM Solutions, the specialist change management business based in the Midlands, has appointed Daniel Entwistle as a new senior consultant.