# Radon price: $4/m ? 1. Mar 31, 2005 ### Bruce Bacher Radon price:$4/m ??

I'm doing some research on Radon. I have to put together a PowerPoint presentation that describes its origins, properties, characteristics, etc. (Each student was assigned a different element.)

edit: That same source has a table above the text which states that the cost is "$/100g" (no numeric value is given). Last edited by a moderator: May 2, 2017 4. Mar 31, 2005 ### Bruce Bacher Hmmm... I just found another source that says: "Radon is available at a cost of about$4/m Ci."

I know that Ci is a Curie, measuring radioactivity. Could "m Ci" mean mCi: a milli-Curie?

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5. Mar 31, 2005

### Andrew Mason

That would be right.

AM

6. Mar 31, 2005

### Bruce Bacher

Woohoo! That makes a lot more sense than "m"!