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There are occasions, in the course of determining if an explosive threat exists, where access to both sides of an article to be interrogated is not possible, as in the detection of landmines or the inspection of baggage left unattended and abutted against a wall. In such cases, a one-side...
Data from import control of irradiated seafood were collected from 300 batches of seafood. Thermoluminescence (TL) analysis of the seafood, based on measurement of thermoluminescent minerals separated from intestinal tract, was carried out with a Risø TL-DA-10 instrument. As identified by X-ray...
Measurement of lepton contamination is achieved across a radiotherapy photon beam and peripheral doses using radiochromic film. An extrapolation technique is used where several layers are suspended in air to measure incident contamination without the effects of phantom scatter. Surface dose was...
Two experiments were performed to determine the distribution of beta dose in a target medium as a function of distance from a planar source (2 π geometry). In Experiment ♯1 planar absorbers were used to simulate depth in the target medium, and the attenuated dose that penetrated the...
An autoclaving treatment for disks made of neat Portland cement and cement with 5% silica fume hardened pastes was carried out to obtain suitable shield blocks for gamma radiation sources. The attenuation parameters such as the total linear attenuation coefficients, the mean-free-paths and the...
A data processing technique based on impulse responses from multivariable time series was applied to radon data. It was found that soil gas radon at 50 cm depth was affected more by meteorological parameters than at 100 cm depth. This fact together with the fact that the radon change at the...
Infrared (IR) stimulated luminescence from α Al 2 O 3 :C single crystals was investigated. The data show that the IR-stimulated luminescence curve contains at least two overlapping signals. One of the components was found to be both thermally and optically unstable whereas the second...
In BeO ceramics, exposed to ionizing radiation, an intense OSL signal was observed. The properties of the signal and its behavior under various experimental conditions were investigated. It was found that the OSL signal is a composite signal and exhibits strong thermal quenching. The quenching...
A simple exposure system has been developed for α -irradiation of aqueous DNA solutions, utilizing α -particles from an 241 Am surface source emitting in vacuo . Care is taken for uniform irradiation of the liquid samples at a variety of dose-rates and reliable dosimetry. For α -dosimetry...
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