The cobalt that is used to give glass objects their blue color and shiny glaze are not radioactive. Use of natural cobalt for this reason can be traced back thousands of years to early Egyptian and Persian civilizations as well as Chinese settlements. Radioactive cobalt compounds are commonly used today, particularly in the sterilization of medical supplies or in the medical procedure radiology.
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