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Light water

Light water

(Science: radiobiology) ordinary h2o, as opposed to heavy water, which contains atoms of the heavier isotopes of hydrogen, deuterium and/or tritium.

See: hydrogen, isotope, deuterium, tritium, heavy water.


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