Induced Ring-like Deposits Around Suspended Radioactive Particles by Marangoni Stress and its Possible Use as Detection Technique
Production and Characterisation of Reference Materials in Support of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) Industries
Inter Laboratory Comparison Exercise to Determine the Radionuclide Comparison of Three Mixed Biota Samples
Determination of Natural Radioactivity in Iron and Steel Materials
Gamma-ray Spectrometry Measurement of Concrete Samples from Nuclear Decommissioning Facilities – Validation of the LabSOCS™ Efficiency Calibration at Low Energies
Electron Microscopic Analysis of Radiocaesium-bearing Microparticles in Lichens Collected Within 3 km of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant
Automated Production of [18F] PSMA-1007 Using 7.5 MeV Cyclotron: A Feasible Alternative for Remote Sites
Rapid Determination of Sr-90 in Environmental Matrices by SPE-ICP-MS for Emergency Monitoring
Holding Times and Preservation for Environmental Radiochemical Samples: An Evaluation of ISO Standard Guidelines
Application of Uranium Radio-chronometry to Interpret Uranium Samples of Known Provenance
Time-resolved Laser-induced Luminescence/Chemiluminescence Laser Spectroscopy and Detection of Actinides/Lanthanides
Characterisation of FiR1 TRIGA Mark II Research Reactor – A Combination of Modelling and Experimental
Simplified Method for Determining Residual Specific Activity in Activated Concrete of a PET-cyclotron Room Using a Survey Meter
Investigation of Neutron-fluence Measurement Methods for Estimating Neutron-induced Activity from an Electrostatic Accelerator Source
Assessment of Sr-90, Cs-137, Natural Radionuclides and Metals in Marine Fish Species Consumed in the City of São Paulo – Brazil
Achieving the End State of a Nuclear Licensed Site
Quantitative Evaluation of Radioactivity in Concrete at PET Cyclotron Facility with Simple and Non-destructive Measurement
Evaluation of Different Gamma-ray Imaging Techniques for Visualisation of Induced Activity in Accelerator Magnets
About this book
Anthropogenic radionuclides have been introduced into the environment by incidents such as nuclear weapon tests, accidents in nuclear power plants, transport accidents and accidental or authorised discharges from nuclear facilities. Scientists need accurate analysis of these radionuclides in order to estimate the risk to the public from released radioactivity.
This book is a snapshot of the work of leading scientists from across the globe on environmental radiochemistry and radioecology, nuclear forensics and radiation detection, radioanalytical techniques and nuclear industry applications. The research contributions were first presented at the 13th International Symposium on Nuclear and Environmental Radiochemical Analysis in September 2018.
This essential work provides a key reference for graduates and professionals who work across fields involving analytical chemistry, radiochemistry, environmental science and technology, and waste disposal.