Atomic era artifacts

Graphite from ORNL Reactor-AEC 1943

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Graphite from ORNL Reactor-AEC 1943

Price: $650 Shipping: $15


Mangled and fused metal debris from Nagasaki bombing during WWII

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Mangled and fused metal debris from Nagasaki bombing during WWII

Description: Description: This is a mangled, fused piece of metal and and other debris of some sort. It was found in 1980 near the Urakami cathedral in Nagasaki.

Price: $500 Shipping: $15

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Roof tile artifact from Nagasaki bombing during WWII    

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Roof tile artifact from Nagasaki bombing during WWII 

Description: The roof tile above was collected near collected near Urakami Tenshudo in Nagasaki. It shows the impact of the heat from the Plutonium implosion bomb which was detonated at 1,650 feet. The impact of the heat on the tile and can clearly be seen. 

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Very Rare FCDA Item CD V-787 Ten-Day Water Standard

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Very Rare FCDA Item CD V-787 Ten-Day Water Standard

Description: The CD V-787 Ten-day Water Standard was manufactured in the early 1960s by Jordan Electronics. Its purpose was to provide an evaluation of the activity of fallout in food and water. The Item Specifications note that “The comparison standard is designed for use under conditions of extreme emergency.”

The procedure involved comparing the readings made of a food or water sample with the readings made using the standard. To permit reproducible measurements, the probe could be rested on the edges of the can. If the measurement of the activity in the food or water was less than that made with the standard, it was safe to consume for a ten day period.

According to the Department of Defense item specification, the standard was manufactured by mixing 3.0 grams of uranyl acetate with 5 grams of epoxy resin in a “standard 4 ounce circular seamless ointment tin.” Readings on a spectrometer indicate natural Uranium as expected.

This item is of tremendous historical value, however it should not be used for testing the radioactivity of food for consumption. 

Size of Tin:  8 cm in diameter and 2.5 cm in height.

Weight: 40 grams

Surface Radioactivity: 100,000 cpm at 4mm from surface of epoxy resin. Note: These tins are over fifty-five years old and the one that you receive may be more worn than the one above, some have tape on the surface of the tin, etc. but the epoxy is identical in each tin. 

Price: $75 Shipping: $7


Very Rare Uranium Source Food and Water Comparison Standard

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Very Rare Uranium Source Food and Water Comparison Standard

Description: These tins contain an epoxy that is green rather than brown, however in all other aspects are very similar to the ones above. As noted above, this item is of tremendous historical value, however it should not be used for testing the radioactivity of food for consumption. 

Size of Tin:  8 cm in diameter and 2.5 cm in height.

Weight: 40 grams

Surface Radioactivity: 100,000 cpm at 4mm from the surface of epoxy resin. 

Note: These tins are over fifty-five years old and the one that you receive may be more worn than the one above, some have tape on the surface of the tin, etc. but the epoxy is identical in each tin. 

Price: $75 Shipping: $7


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