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Contraction of radium emanation, since the element appears in the radioactive decay of radium.
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Being a gas radon can seep from the rock into the air.
The EPA, for example, continues to pursue the chimera of radon in the home.
It is notable (and probably deliberate) that at few radon conferences are the benefits of marginal intervention assessed in a health context.
The Radon Council are a non profit making regulatory body for the radon industry.
The attraction of radon decay products to sources of power frequency electric fields has been demonstrated by Henshaw et al (1996 ).
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