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Wildflower meadow Autumn colour Grow your own Relax your borders Bulging beds spill on to pathways with phlox, oriental poppies, Californium poppies and perennial cornflowers
5kg of enriched 'weapons-grade' uranium, was a Californium Flux Multiplier (CFX) acquired by the company in 1974 and only decommissioned in 2006.
The same samples were also analyzed with mass spectroscopy (LA-ICP-MS) by Shiva Technologies, Syracuse, NY, detecting 78 elements ranging from lithium to californium and 108 isotopes ranging from 7Li to 249Cf.
Element 118--first reported in 1999 hut then retracted in 2001-reappeared when nuclear chemists pure reeled californium with 10 million trillion calcium ions (170: 260).
It must have been tough living in the shadow of a site where mutually assured destruction was being crafted from uranium, plutonium, dilythium crystals (she cannae take it captain) and Californium (a laid back element, partial to the odd doobie and telling its fellow elements: ``You're so unstable man, just chill out'').
Autumn colour Wildflower meadow Grow your own Relax your borders Bulging beds spill on to pathways with phlox, oriental poppies, Californium poppies and perennial cornflowers
In fact, the utility of the elements runs out around californium, element number 98, which has some specialized use in research.
This company announced a new online analyzer for cement manufacturers that offers real-time analysis of raw materials and the unique option of using an electronic neutron generator or californium as the source of neutrons.