Japanese Air Filter Test Results

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Recently, a friend of mine sent me a series of samples from Japan. He, my friend, lives in Japan and obtained these samples at some personal risk. I have started the process of testing each of the many samples using gamma spectroscopy and other techniques. I will be posting my results for each sample as I test them, which may take time given my busy work schedule.

Sample J-F is an air filter from an apartment AC/heater (shown below).
J-F Sample in original bag from Japan. Note the "Hello Kitty" on the bag.

As you can see, the analysis did detect a possible 85 Krypton contaminant, as well as other curious spikes. Please take a look and see what information you can detect from this spectrum and the accompanying data.

AC/Heater Paper Filter Sample J-F From Saga City, Saga Prefecture

AC/Heater Paper Filter Sample J-F From Saga City, Saga Prefecture



 
Full Report – Edited for public release
 
Spectrum Peak Report
 
Spectrum Data Report
 

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