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1) contribute only indirectly to the risk of lung cancer, but the point is not absolutely established. 2. The immediately relevant nuclides start withpolonium 218 and terminate with polonium 214; the intervening short-lived nuclides come into radioactive equilibrium with the parent radon 222 in about 3 hours. The formation of lead 210, withits 22-year half-life, then effectively blocks the series; its formation in the respiratory system is inconsequential. Bismuth 214 has an alternative mode of disintegration by alpha emission to thallium 210, whichthen decays by beta emission to lead 210; however, the fraction of the disintegrations following this mode is too small to be of consequencein the present analysis.
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