We would like more info about the color changes from ionizing rads if any of you have the science data to share here. Thanks!
A greenish steam rising up between units 2 and 4.This is troubling!
~At room temperature, pure plutonium is silvery in color but gains a tarnish when oxidized.The element displays four common ionic oxidation states in aqueous solution and one rare one....
Pu(III), as Pu3+ (bluelavender)
Pu(IV), as Pu4+ (yellowbrown)
Pu(V), as PuO+2 (light pink)
Pu(VII),as PuO3−5 (green)