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Oct-Dec 2019 | Vol 42 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Guest Editorial
Depleted uranium: Properties and health effects
Anilkumar S Pillai
Introduction Uranium is a naturally occurring, ubiquitous, heavy metal found in various chemical forms in all soils, rocks, seas, and oceans. The earth crust contains an average conc...
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Environmental radioactivity levels in agricultural soil and wheat grains collected from wheat-farming lands of Koya district, Kurdistan region-Iraq
Najeba Farhad Salih, Zakariya Adel Hussein, Shalaw Zrar Sedeeq
The purpose of this study is to determine the activity concentration levels of radionuclides of226Ra,232Th,40K, and137Cs in soil and wheat grain samples. ...
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Copper activation detector for high energy-pulsed neutron measurements
Priyamvada M Dighe
A first of its kind threshold activation proportional counter is developed using copper for the measurement of pulsed 14 MeV neutrons. The detector is of 26 mm outer diameter and 200 mm overall len...
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Mathematical simulations for studying the effectiveness of HTO removal mechanism from spent fuel storage bay and estimating the environmental releases
Lokesh Kumar, Rajendrakumar B Oza, Ranjit Sharma, Rayroath K Gopalakrishnan
The diffusion of tritiated water (HTO) vapor from the spent fuel storage bay to the spent fuel storage building (SFSB) may lead to internal exposure to occupational workers. In order to reduce this ...
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