Euzal's remains also contained americium and polonium.
What does AM stand for?
AM stands for Americium
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Ozal was most likely poisoned with four separate substances," the paper reported the sources as saying, also naming the toxic metal cadmium and the radioactive elements americium and polonium as substances found in Ozal's remains.
In addition, traces of the toxic metal Cadmium and radioactive elements Americium and Polonium were also found in his corpse.
Richard Handl said he had the radioactive elements radium, americium and uranium in his apartment because he wanted to try nuclear fission as a hobby, then police showed up.
Removing contaminants The Buckman Direct Diversion board asked ChemRisk to only analyze the risk to consumer health if 95 percent of uranium, plutonium and Americium were removed by the treatment plant.
1 Important (MAs) primarily contributors to Neptunium (Np), long-term radio- Americium (Am) and toxicity of the Curium (Cm) waste.
El Pais said "traces of plutonium and americium remain in about 20 hectares" and in 2007 Washington and Madrid signed an agreement under which the United States agreed to pay for the cleanup of the area.
1) along with a number of cases of ingestion of plutonium, americium, and other radionuclides.