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January-March 2016 | Vol 39 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Computation of excess lifetime cancer risk for environmental exposures: Is it needed? - An opinion
DD Rao
Environmental radiation exposure comes primarily from the distribution of natural radionuclides in the soil, air, water, and other matrices, in addition to cosmic ray exposure. The average ambient rad...
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Radiation shielding of polymer composite materials with wolfram carbide and boron carbide
Alparslan Erol, Isa Pocan, Emre Yanbay, Onur Alp Ersoz, Fatma Yurt Lambrecht
In general, lead is used as shielding material for protection against radiation. In spite of its high density, lead is toxic and lead aprons are very heavy for personal shielding. Thus, there is a nee...
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Radiological safety survey of medical radiographic equipment
Kofi Ofori, Emmanuel Ofori Darko, Isaac Owusu
The areas of concern in a medical X-ray equipment are the focal spot, filtration, collimation, kVp calibration, timer accuracy, and exposure linearity, alignment of tube and image receptor, all of whi...
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A study of radon concentration in drinking water samples of Amritsar city of Punjab (India)
Ajay Kumar, Manpreet Kaur, Sumit Sharma, Rohit Mehra
Radon concentration has been estimated in drinking water samples of 17 selected locations in Amritsar city of Punjab, India. RAD7, an electronic solid state radon monitor has been used to evaluate the...
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