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TILLET
TILLET
05:53 Jan-04-2002
Shortage of isotope cobalt 60 for industrial radiography

It is more and more difficult to get in due time isotope cobalt 60 of activity 100 curies in Western Europe. In France it could take nearly one year to have your isotope.
We are interested having information how to get quickly and surely such isotope in packaging B(U) or the relevant services.
Pierre TILLET
International Project Manager
EDF/GDL
tel : 33 1 43 69 85 47
fax : 33 1 43 69 86 17
email : pierre.tillet@edf.fr


    
 
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Kirra
Kirra
07:46 Mar-01-2002
Re: Shortage of isotope cobalt 60 for industrial radiography
: It is more and more difficult to get in due time isotope cobalt 60 of activity 100 curies in Western Europe. In France it could take nearly one year to have your isotope.
: We are interested having information how to get quickly and surely such isotope in packaging B(U) or the relevant services.
: Pierre TILLET
: International Project Manager
: EDF/GDL
: tel : 33 1 43 69 85 47
: fax : 33 1 43 69 86 17
: email : pierre.tillet@edf.fr
.
Hi. I am a 15 yr old grade 11 student in Australia
and I would like to know more about the isotope
Cobalt-60, as i am to do an asignment on it for
Chemistry.

If you could help me in any way possible, could you
please email me at

one_sweet_little_thing@hotmail.com

Thank you,
Kirra


    
 
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