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October-December 2018 | Vol 41 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Criteria-based selection of high-purity germanium detectors: Focus on environmental applications
DD Rao
High-purity germanium (HPGe) detectors are the most popular detectors for the detection, identification, and quantification of gamma-emitting radionuclides in various samples. As on today and also i...
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Estimation and seasonal variation of indoor radon and gamma dose level in the dwellings of entire east coast of Tamil Nadu, India
KS Lakshmi, V Meenakshisundaram, J Punniyakotti
Radon concentration and gamma dose rates have been measured in different types of dwellings (94 dwellings) of the east coast of Tamil Nadu, India, on a quarterly basis using solid state nuclear trac...
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Seasonal variation of radionuclides concentration in sand samples collected from Southern coastal areas of Kerala, India
PV Divya, CS Kaliprasad, V Prakash
Southern coastal parts of Kerala are well-reported high background radiation areas. Hence, the radiological protection of the population in this region may have some concern. In the present work, sa...
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Assessment of artisan's exposure to heavy metals from tantalite ore mining sites in Oke-Ogun, Oyo State, Nigeria
Ajetunmobi Abayomi Ekundayo, Amidu Olalekan Mustapha, Itunu Comfort Okeyode, Gbadebo Adewole Michael, Al-Azmi Darwish
Mining activities cause disequilibrium in the bound states of heavy metals in rocks, soils and mineral ore. These heavy and toxic metals find their ways into the food chain thereby posing health ris...
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