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As the scope of radiation use in medical and industrial fields has expanded, interest in radiation shielding is increasing. Most existing radiation shields use Pb-based products, primarily in the form of a laminated sheet, which requires attention as fine cracks may occur depending on the usage and storage conditions. The weight of the sheets limits users' activities, and they pose a risk of heavy metal contamination. To address these problems, this study proposed a shielding fiber withdoi:10.3390/app11041705 fatcat:adqqyb5ii5cnnflqeufec4izqi