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Weapons grade plutonium goes missing from US university

A small amount of radioactive, weapons-grade plutonium has gone missing from a university in Idaho.

Idaho State University was using the radioactive chemical element, which was about the size of a 10p piece, for research.

The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said the university could not account for about a 30th of an ounce (one gram) of the material, which is used in nuclear reactors and to make nuclear bombs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Even one gram can be deadly if whoever walked off with it is exposed long enough!

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