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ra•don



Pronunciation: (rā'don), [key]
n. Chem.
a chemically inert, radioactive gaseous element produced by the decay of radium: emissions produced by outgassing of rock, brick, etc. are a health hazard. Symbol: Rn; at. no.: 86; at. wt.: 222.

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