Plutonium (Pu) is a radioactive element and an important raw material for the atomic energy industry. It can be used as a fissioning agent for nuclear fuel and nuclear weapons. The atomic bomb dropped in Nagasaki City uses the puppet to make the core. It is also a source of heat for radioisotope thermomotors.
Plutonium was first synthesized at the University of California, Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in December 1940. Participating synthesizers include Nobel Laureate Siberg (Principal Berkeley) and Nobel Laureate Edwin McMillan, among others.
0.1 grams of Plutonium can kill 100 billion people, but the appearance is beautiful silver, it can glow in the dark, and it is extremely radioactive.
Can penetrate the skin and enter the human body, so it must be sealed