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Guest Editorial
What is required to make nuclear power acceptable to public?
MR Iyer
In the recent Conference on Nuclear Energy at UC College, Aluva, I had occasion to analyze the presentations on public acceptance of nuclear power and the inevitability of nuclear power to prevent g...
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Review Article
Evolution of beryllium safety standards over the last 70 years and challenges ahead
Munish Kumar, Alok Srivastava
Beryllium (Be), its alloys, and ceramics are widely used in high-tech applications such as electronics, space, atomic energy, and other day-to-day items of use. Initially, Be-based phosphors such as...
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Original Article
Equilibrium status of naturally occurring 226Ra with radon daughters and estimation of 238U activity from 235U using natural radioactivity ratio of 238U/235U in soil around Rawatbhata, Rajasthan
Ajay Kumar Gocher, Mohit Sisodia, SN Tiwari, IV Saradhi, A Vinod Kumar
Equilibrium status among 226Ra and radon daughters was studied in soil samples around Rawatbhata, Rajasthan. It was found that the increase in radioactivity of 214Bi (radon dau...
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Original Article
Estimation of aquatic dilution factor for liquid effluent discharges from Kaiga Generating Station using tritium as a tracer
TK Reji, RM Joshi, TL Ajith, Sanyam Jain, MS Vishnu, IV Saradhi, A Vinodkumar
Very low-level radioactive liquid effluents much below the approved discharge limits are discharged to Kadra reservoir after dilution with condenser cooling water at Kaiga Generating Station. In add...
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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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