- Radioactive Ore Sample (NORM) Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials
- License Exempt - low radioactivity Uranium ore sample size and CPM activity will vary.
- Useful for testing Geiger counters and performing nuclear experiments
- Shipping compiles to NRC and postal regulations
- Radioactive minerals are for educational and scientific use only.
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Radioactive sample of uranium ore.
The ore sample material is Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM).
Counts Per Minute (CPM) activity rate listed on the label is determined using a GCA-07W Digital Geiger Counter that has an NRC certification. Activity level includes all radiation types: alpha, beta and gamma. Uranium Ore samples are useful for testing Geiger Counters.
License exempt. Uranium ore sample size and CPM activity will vary. Shipped in labeled metal container as shown.
Shipping Information: We are always in compliance with Section 13 from part 40 of the NRC Nuclear Regulatory Commission rules and regulations and Postal Service regulations specified in 49 CFR 173.421 for activity limits of low level radioactive materials. The item is shipped in accordance with Postal Service activity limits specified in Publication 52. Radioactive minerals are for educational and scientific use only. Images SI Inc., manufacturing electronic instruments and kits for over 25 years.
Please note: Pictures of Geiger counters testing uranium ore sample and other picture(s) of nuclear equipment sold by Images SI Inc. are not included with uranium ore.
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PS I have a doctorate in exp nuclear physics but haven't been active in it for a few decades. It brought back nice memories:-)