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January-June 2019 | Vol 42 | Issue  1 & 2     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Radon in dwellings and workplaces: An update on current regulations
General Uranium (238U), with a half-life of 4.5 × 109 years, and thorium (232Th) are the primordial radionuclides present in the earth and rocks...
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Original Article
A comparative study for 235U radioactivity concentration calculation methods in phosphate samples
A Salman, Z Ahmed, Kh A Allam, S El-Sharkawy
In this study, a comparison is made between the selection of the most proper and accurate methods for 235U activity determination according to the available conditions with the smallest e...
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Original Article
Measurement of radon gas activity concentrations in drinking water in the city center of Adıyaman, Turkey
Mehmet Fatih Aydin, Ömer Söǧüt
In this study, 16 water samples collected from homes and the water tanks in various districts from two different natural water sources, supplying Adıyaman's domestic drinking water. Measure...
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A new look at blind test procedures in personnel monitoring
Sneha Chandrasekhar, SM Pradhan, Madhumita Bhattacharya, AK Bakshi, D Datta
In India, a single type of dosimeter is used all over the country for estimation of occupational doses due to X, beta, and gamma radiations. The quality assurance program of external personnel monit...
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  Radiation Protection and Environment
ISSN - Print: 0972-0464,
Online: 2250-0995

The IARP publication Radiation Protection and Environment (RPE) - has seen continuous growth over the last three decades under the editorial leaderships of well-known scientists working in the fields of radiation protection and environmental safety. All the manuscripts received for publication, are peer revived in two stages by the Editorial Board and by the experts in the respective fields.

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