A radioactive isotope of iodine widely used as a tracer in medical diagnosis.(noun)
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Use "radioiodine" in a sentence
"The amounts of radioiodine are "very low concentrations" and should have "no impact on state drinking water supplies," the Department of Public Health said in a statement."
"Regarding the nuclear plants, Spiegel Online is showing a simulation of radioactive drift of I-131 (radioiodine) from the Viennese Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG)."
"The levels of radioiodine that's been measured in Washington state are extremely low."