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January-March 2021 | Vol 44 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Guest Editorial
Is as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA) concept relevant to low-dose exposures?
MR Iyer
Background The ICRP prescribes the radiation safety norms and limits of exposure which is followed by all national regulatory agencies. Radiation dose is quantified by measuring the...
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Gross alpha and gross beta radioactivity measurements in groundwater from Nasarawa North district Nasarawa state Nigeria
Samuel Odumu Ogana John, Timothy Chidozie Akpa, Rose Ada Onoja
Gross alpha and gross beta radioactivity in 40 groundwater (borehole and well water) samples from Akwanga, Wamba and N/Eggon Areas of Nasarawa North District, Nasarawa State Nigeria was measured usi...
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Studies on natural and fallout radioactivity mapping of the proposed Mithivirdi Atomic Power Project Site in Bhavnagar District, Gujarat, India
Akhaya Kumar Patra, TJ Jaison, SS Wagh, MK Jha, IV Saradhi, A Vinod Kumar
The activity and gamma-absorbed dose rate due to the naturally occurring (226Ra, 232Th, and 40K) and anthropogenic (137Cs) radionuclides in the terrestria...
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Development of a desktop radiation monitoring system
Vaishali M Thakur, Amit Jain, Pravin Sawant, P Ashokkumar, LM Chaudhari, Probal Chaudhury
This article presents the design and development of a digital desktop gamma radiation monitoring system using Geiger–Muller tube detector and microcontroller. The radiation detector, battery, ...
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  Radiation Protection and Environment
ISSN - Print: 0972-0464,
Online: 2250-0995

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