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Cleaning Up Japan's Radioactive Mess With Blue Goo 102

Posted by timothy
from the if-only-it-could-also-bounce dept.
InfiniteZero writes "A clever technology is helping hazmat crews in Japan contain and clean up the contamination caused by the ongoing nuclear disaster there: a blue liquid that hardens into a gel that peels off of surfaces, taking microscopic particles like radiation and other contaminants with it. Known as DeconGel, Japanese authorities are using it inside and outside the exclusion zone on everything from pavement to buildings."
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Cleaning Up Japan's Radioactive Mess With Blue Goo

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