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Argh..I can't make ouyt my teachers writing! I'm trying to find some stuff on the net. I've found stuff on 'gamma cameras', and now I need to find some stuf fon something called a 'molyod... cow'. Does anyone know the rest of the molyod.. part? Its a really weird name, refering to some kind of radiation treatment/therapy. Otherwise I'll have to wait until tomorrow :(

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Are you thinking of the trace metal, Molybdenum (Mo)? Its radioactive isotope, Mo-99, is used in nuclear medicine.



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Yeah..thats it! Why do scientists and teachers always seem to have such scruffy writing? Crazy hehheh

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Well this could be anything.. What line of work are you doing? I know of a few similar treatment names to treat cancer, if that helps.

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It's a metallic chemical element, one of the transition elements, chemical symbol Mo, atomic number 42. It is a silvery gray, relatively rare metal with a high melting point (4,730F, or 2,610C) that does not occur uncombined in nature. Since molybdenum and its alloys have useful strength at temperatures that melt most other metals and alloys, they are used in high-temperature steels. Applications include reaction vessels; aircraft, missile, and automobile parts; and electrodes, heating elements, and filament supports. Some molybdenum compounds (in which it has various valences) are used as pigments and catalysts. Molybdenum disulfide is a solid lubricant, used alone or added to greases and oils.
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LOL..good copy and Paste Paul Tongue

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I did do chemistry a-level :)

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Paul: Jun 20, 2002, 9:48 AM
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So why didnt you know the name when I asked you over MSN a second ago...hehheh ;)

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I don't listen to half the stuff you send me on MSN :)
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so what is the cow part about again?



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