Where did radon gas come from?

Answer Radon is a radioactive element with atomic number 86, that occupies the noble gas column of the Periodic Table. Naturally occurring radioactive uranium is found in most igneous rock and soil. It br... Read More »

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Does radon gas come from old military dumps?

On One Hand: Yes, PossiblyRadon, a radioactive gas, is given off by the chemical uranium as it decays. Uranium is a naturally occurring chemical, which means that most radon gas comes from undergro... Read More »

Where does radon originate from?

Radon occurs naturally as a byproduct of radium. Though of little threat in outdoor areas, the colorless, odorless gas can concentrate to high levels in homes. Radiation-induced lung cancer kills a... Read More »

Apple seeds come from apples. orange seeds come from oranges, where does grass seed come from?

If you lived in the valley I live in you wouldn't need to ask. Grass seed comes from grass.Before grass goes to see, it pollinates, and your allergic neighbor (or you, if you're unlucky) can't go o... Read More »

Where is radon located?

Radon gas will be found anywhere that the element of uranium is present in rock or soil near the Earth's surface. Since this radioactive element is a gas, it can travel through cracks in rock, move... Read More »