20 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 measured from pickled plum in Miyagi

According to citizens’ radiation monitoring station, 20 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was detected from pickled plum in Ohgawara machi Miyagi prefecture.


Measurement date : 6/21/2013

Sample production : 2012

Cs-134 : 6.57 Bq/Kg

Cs-137 : 13.6 Bq/Kg


20 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 measured from pickled plum in Ohgawara-machi





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20 Bq/kg de césium 134/137 dans des prunes marinées du Miyagi


Selon la CRMS (Citizens’ Radiation Monitoring Station), 20 Bq/kg de Cs 134/137 ont été relevés dans des prunes marinées d’Ohgawara machi dans la préfecture de Miyagi .

Date : 21 juin 2013
Échantillon produit en : 2012
Cs-134 : 6,57 Bq/kg
Cs-137 : 13,6 Bq/kg

20 Bq/kg de césium 134/137 dans des prunes marinées du Miyagi


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