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Marie Curie’s Research Papers
L0027238

Origin

Marie Curie

Type

Research Papers

Effects

Each is a radioactive zone

Downsides

Radiation sickness

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Scalec

Section

Fermi-989L

Aisle

20065-8573

Shelf

72145-3102-118

Date of Collection

June 22, 1925

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OriginsEdit

Marie Curie was a physicist who conducted research on radioactivity during its infancy. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and only woman to be a Noble Prize winner in two different fields. She discovered two radioactive elements during her research, polonium and radium; the element curium was named after her. She died from the constant exposure to radiation, first as a scientist and later as a member of radiological medical unit during WWI. To this day, all of her belongings from the 1890s are still highly radioactive and must be kept in lead-lined containers.

EffectsEdit

By themselves, they are dangerously radioactive. When spread out on the ground, however, they form a larger zone of radioactivity and danger, making it harder to approach the area.

TriviaEdit

It once activated with Louis Slotin’s Screwdriver during Spring Cleaning in the Radiation Section. Albert Stevens’ Paintbrush was used to get close enough to neutralize them and avoid the radiation.

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