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July-September & October-December 2020 | Vol 43 | Issue  3 & 4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
New nuclear projects: Public perception in general
DD Rao
Nuclear projects include nuclear power plants, nuclear waste-processing plants, fuel-reprocessing plants, fuel fabrication plants, and nuclear material-mining industries. All of them do release effl...
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Review Article
A qualitative analysis of iodine prophylaxis predistribution as a viable strategy in nuclear emergency preparedness
Anirudh Chandra, Murali Seshadri Iyengar, Probal Chaudhury
Off-site nuclear emergency preparedness and response plans have conventionally focused on sheltering, stable iodine prophylaxis, and evacuation of residents as the primary short-term protective acti...
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Original Article
Assessment of 235U and 234U concentration in confiscated uranium samples by alpha- and gamma-ray spectrometry techniques
Amar Dutt Pant, Anilkumar S Pillai, Narayani Krishnan, Amit Kumar Verma
Identification and assessment of the isotopic composition of confiscated uranium are of very much concern when it enters the public domain. This paper describes the methodology used for the estimati...
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Original Article
Ingestion dose due to 226Ra, 228Ra, and 40K in the plant origin food materials grown around BARC, Visakhapatnam
P Padma Savitri, T Samba Murty, J Sudhakar, NS Krishna, SK Sahoo, Anil Gupta, A Vinod Kumar
Naturally occurring radionuclides of uranium, thorium series, and potassium are significant contributors of ingestion dose. Radioactive concentrations of 226Ra, 228Ra, and
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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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