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January-March 2017 | Vol 40 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Radiological protection issues of itinerant workers
The meaning of itinerant worker as described in IAEA standards is the worker who is moving from one place to another place or from one country to another country to perform work or a duty. The workers...
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Measurement and validation of uranium isotope ratio in uranium ore for isotopic fingerprinting
Suchismita Mishra, Sarata Kumar Sahoo, Probal Chaudhury, KS Pradeepkumar
Accurate determination of uranium isotope ratio can act as an efficient fingerprint in the nuclear forensics to identify source and intended use of illicit trafficking of uranium material. In this con...
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Measurement of natural radioactivity in and around Chennai Coast, East Coast of Tamil Nadu, India, using gamma ray spectrometry
M Tholkappian, A Chandrasekaran, N Harikrishnan, Durai Ganesh, G Elango, R Ravisankar
The activity concentrations of natural radionuclides in the sediments from Pulicat Lake to Vada Nemmeli of Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu, have been measured using gamma-ray spectrometry. The average conce...
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Study on radon concentration in groundwater of Sira and Tiptur taluk of Tumkur district, Karnataka, India
MB Karthik Kumar, N Nagaiah, Gladys Mathews, MR Ambika
A study on radon concentration in groundwater samples collected from different villages of Sira and Tiptur taluk of Tumkur district has been conducted using emanometry method, and the effective dose t...
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