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April-June 2022 | Vol 45 | Issue  2     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
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Radiological assessment of natural radioactivity in building materials: The common approach
DD Rao
The earth's crust and the materials on it like soil, rocks, and vegetation, etc., contain natural radionuclides of uranium, thorium, their daughter products, and Potassium-40. Building materials...
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Dilution factor and atmospheric dispersion pattern for Kalpakkam site
T Jesan, C Manonmani, S Ramkumar, IV Saradhi, A Vinod Kumar
Assessment of radiological impact and for planning and preparedness programs, monthly atmospheric dispersion patterns at Kalpakkam have been studied using observed surface meteorological data during...
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Studies on transfer coefficient from grass to milk for 137Cs and 40K at Kakrapar Gujarat site, India
SS Wagh, AK Patra, TJ Jaison, IV Saradhi, A Vinod Kumar
Transfer coefficient from grass to milk (Fm) for 137Cs and 40K was computed based on the activity measurement data in the respective matrix at Kakrapar Gujarat site,...
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Studies on the contribution of the aquatic water body to the tritium flux in the atmosphere near the discharge point of Kakrapar Gujarat Site, India
Chetan P Joshi, AK Patra, DP Nankar, IV Saradhi, A Vinod Kumar
The contribution of the aquatic water body to the tritium (3H) flux in the atmosphere near the discharge point of Kakrapar Gujarat Site has been assessed by collecting and analyzing the <...
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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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