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Curie was detained only a few days, but others found themselves on the island purgatory for years.
The average concentration of plutonium in the surface soil of the refuge portion of the site is 1.1 picocuries (trillionths of a curie) per gram (pCi/g).
Curie’s is a life well worth celebrating and 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of her birth.
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First Known Use: 1910See Words from the same year
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