The rumors for 2000 rupee new note are now common in social media. In this series, new message is going viral on social media. It is being claimed that the news 2000 rupee note is embedded with radioactive ink. This ink is working as an indicator of black money for Income Tax department. Due to which income-tax department is getting huge success in catching black money. Let’s find out the truth about radioactive ink in 2000 rupee note…
As per the claim in the viral messages, the radioactive ink used in new 2000 rupee note contains Phosphorous-32. Actually, phosphorous-32 have radio-active radiation in it. In such case, if someone is having huge amount of 2000 rupee note at a place, it will have higher radiation. This radiation can be detected by detectors.
There is no external instrument
According to scientists, ink components can be made radioactive and it can be called as radioactive ink. Even if the new 2000 rupee note is equipped with such radioactive element, no such external instrument has been made till now which can detect it. So, notes inside locker or any other place cannot be detected.
Cannot be detected after 15 days
According to experts, radioactive elements decay after a period of time. It means that radioactive element cannot emit the radiation for lifetime. The life of Phosphorous-32 is of 14.92 days, which suggests, if you will hide it for 15 days then after 15 days these notes will become untraceable.