Atmospheric Bomb Radiocarbon as a Tracer in Human Beings
The level of radiocarbon in atmospheric carbon dioxide has risen to almost double the natural or reference level of 1890 (about 14 dpm per gram of carbon) as a result of the testing of fission and fusion bombs. It has reached a concentration that can be measured in living tissues by low-level carbon-14 counting equipment.
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