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Determination of natural radioactivity in beach sand in the extreme south of Bahia, Brazil, using gamma spectrometry

Vasconcelos Danilo C, Pereira Claubia, Oliveira Arno H, Santos Talita O, Rocha Zildete, de B. C. Menezes Maria Ângela

Year : 2011| Volume: 34| Issue : 3 | Page no: 178-184

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