Atom ash keeps cloth clean


This is a classic article from New Scientist’s archive, republished as part of our 50th anniversary celebrations ONE of the substances present in the radioactive ash from atomic power stations, strontium-90, is now being used by manufacturers of woven and knitted fabrics to overcome fog markings. During the winter, dirty lines are likely to appear on the fabric every time a machine is stopped for lunch breaks,
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