|How does gamma irradiation work?
Gamma irradiation damages any DNA and other cell
structures present in the ink by electron disruption at
the molecular level causing the death of an
organism or inability to reproduce. The process
does not leave residuals, does not act as a
preservative, nor does it impart radioactivity to the
ink. Ink does not become "radioactive".
The irradiation of the ink has no residuals effect on