Energy Alternatives – Thorium

Thorium (symbol Th, atomic number 90) is a radioactive chemical element.

Was identified by the Swedish chemist Jöns Jakob Berzelius, who named it after Thor, the Norse god of thunder.

Thorium

Eric Meyer chroma interview for THORIUM REMIX

Eric Meyer chroma interview for THORIUM REMIX

THE THORIUM PROBLEM – Manufacturing & energy sector hobbled by thorium

THE THORIUM PROBLEM - Manufacturing & energy sector hobbled by thorium

Motherboard TV: The Thorium Dream Documentary

Motherboard TV The Thorium Dream (Documentary)

 

Thorium is a soft, paramagnetic, bright silvery radioactive actinide metal. In the periodic table, it is located to the right of the actinide actinium, to the left of the actinide protactinium and below the lanthanide cerium. Pure thorium is soft, very ductile, and can be cold-rolled, swaged, and drawn.