Cesium vapor aids in the search for dark matter. Welcome to Beatport. The radioactive material in the barrels seems to be normally cesium-137. We show that reactor flux can be inferred from the ratios of xenon-136 to xenon-134 and cesium-135 to cesium-137. It emits beta particles and gamma radiation as it decays into Barium 137. The hunt for dark matter is one of the most exciting challenges facing fundamental physics in the 21st century. In certain mysterious circumstances, the cesium-137 gives rise to a God particle (aka Higgs boson or Higgs field) which increases the mass of the cesium-137 (as Tannhaus explains in S1E10). Cesium-137 is therefore a common radionuclide produced when nuclear fission, or splitting, of uranium and plutonium occurs in a reactor or atomic bomb.” Cesium 137 has a half life of 30 years, which Dark may be fictionally stretching to 33 years. Check out cesium_137 on Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs Cesium-137 and its decay product, barium-137m, are used for sterilization activities for food products, including wheat, spices, flour, and potatoes. If the average flux of a reactor is known, the flux inferred from measurements of spent fuel could help determine whether that spent fuel was loaded as a blanket or close to the mid-plane of the reactor. Cesium 137 - Fields - is featured on Communion After Dark's February 12th edition-Communion After Dark is a weekly podcast bringing you the newest Gothic/Indust... rial, EBM and Synthpop music from around the world. Cesium-137 is also used in a wide variety of industrial instruments such as level and thickness gauges and moisture density gauges. The blue glow emitted in the dark by the radioactive caesium chloride attracted the thieves and their relatives who were unaware of the associated dangers and spread the powder.