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April-June 2017 | Vol 40 | Issue  2     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
Editorial
Radiation protection policies and practice rest on a thin sheet of ice called linear, no-threshold hypothesis
PC Kesavan
Soon after the twin discoveries of X-rays and radioactivity, made only a few months apart, a few years before the close of the 19th century, cancer incidence, initially skin cancers and then leukemi...
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Environmental impact assessment due to natural radioactivity in the mountain rocks of the Red Sea coast, Egypt
Soad Saad Fares, Ahmed Hassan Korna, Halemah I Elsaeedy, Badriah Elserhani Alshahrani, Hanan Yakout
The mountains' composition, especially the granitic mountains, contains a certain amount of natural radioactivity due to the decay of uranium, thorium, and potassium isotopes. As a part of the imp...
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Assessment of the inactive dead layer thickness of old high-purity germanium detector: A study by Monte Carlo simulations and experimental verification
Narayani Krishnan, S Anilkumar, Amit K Verma, Rajvir Singh
High-purity germanium (HPGe) detectors are commonly used for high-resolution gamma spectrometry. A HPGe detector considered for this study was in continuous operation for the past 15 years in our labo...
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Background gamma radiation mapping in forest ecosystem of Bangladesh: A study on the radioactivity distribution in the national reserve forest of Gazipur
Sheikh Shariful Islam, Md Idris Ali, MA Haydar, MM Hasan, B M. R Faisal, S Karmaker, MA Shariff, MI Ali, D Paul, S M. A Islam
Natural and artificial radioactivity appears to be different in different geological regions. Moreover, the radionuclides may migrate to the deeper region of the earth after deposition, and the depth ...
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