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Cobalt-60

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Cobalt-60

(Science: radiobiology) a radioisotope with a half-life of 5.271 years.

It emits beta particles and energetic gamma rays, for which reason it is used in radiation Therapy and diagnostics in Place of radium or x-rays. It is also used as a diagnostic aid in vitamin B12-related problems.