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International Journal of Low Radiation


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International Journal of Low Radiation (2 papers in press)


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  • Natural radionuclides in water and sediments of the Sao Francisco River in Petrolina, Brazil   Order a copy of this article
    by Cleomacio Miguel Silva, Crescencio Filho 
    Abstract: This study seeks to determine the concentrations of 238U, 232Th, and 40K in water and sediments of the S
    Keywords: tenorm; radioactive isotopes; uranium; thorium; toxicity; risk.

  • Natural radioactivity measurements in drinking water and ingestion dose assessment: the case of the uranium-bearing region of Poli, Cameroon   Order a copy of this article
    by Tchuente Siaka Yvette Flore, Younui Yakum-Ntaw Susan, Djepang Serge Alain, Saidou 
    Abstract: This study aimed at measuring radioactivity in drinking water and to assess corresponding ingestion dose to the public and the uranium toxicity. Twenty samples were collected in the uranium-bearing region of Poli, Cameroon. Alpha- and gamma-spectrometry were used for radioactivity measurements. Activity concentrations for each radionuclide range from 0.7
    Keywords: uranium; radium; polonium; alpha-spectrometry; gamma-spectrometry; ingestion dose; toxicity.