I'm writing a book about a group of criminals and just wanted to be really factually accurate. So far I;ve heard Lead can , and carbon paper. if anyone can add to these two or expand on my question with a answer I would greatly appreciate it.
I've heard of obviously vacuum packing something , anti-mate ( dog repellent) coffee which is probably useless. don't worry I'm not doing anything illegal , I'm actually writing a book and need some technical help thanks
no we are using it too quickly it was on q.i i believer exscuse my dodgy memory but i think it cools something very important like nuclear reactors so when we run out we could be in trouble. soemthing along those lines
Anyway i have a few odd questions about Lead that are very important to me.
1. how dense is lead? 2. how thick would a sheet of lead be to block gamma / x ray ray's? 3. how hard would it be to obtain Lead customised to a specific area/dimension. 4. is their different grades of Lead
Thanks , please help!
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