|Statement||(by) J.S. Hughes, S.M. Haywood and J.R. Simmonds.|
|Contributions||Haywood, S. M., Simmonds, J. R., Great Britain. National Radiological Protection Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(3), 35 p.|
|Number of Pages||35|
GENERALISED DERIVED CONSTRAINTS FOR RADIOISOTOPES OF STRONTIUM, RUTHENIUM, IODINE, CAESIUM, PLUTONIUM, AMERICIUM AND CURIUM ABSTRACT The recommendations ofthe International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) introduced the concept of the dose constraint and in the NRPB response to the recommendations the concept of a generalised File Size: 6MB. Books. Publishing Support. Login. Reset your password. If you have a user account, you will need to reset your password the next time you login. You will only need to do this once. Find out more. IOPscience login / Sign Up. Please note:Cited by: NRPB (National Radiological Protection Board) Generalised derived constraints for radioisotopes of strontium, ruthenium, iodine, caesium, plutonium, americium and curium; generalised derived limits for radioisotopes of polonium, lead, radium and uranium Doc. NRPB 11 (2) Google ScholarCited by: NRPB () Revised Generalised Derived Limits for Radioisotopes of Strontium, Ruthenium, Iodine, Caesium, Plutonium, Americium and Curium. Documents of the NRPB, vol. 9 no. 1. National Radiological Protection Board, Chilton. Google Scholar.
Many disinfectants contain iodine. Although most radioactive isotopes of iodine have very short half-lives, I has a half-life of million years, and can be very harmful to the environment. I has a half-life of only days, but it is very radioactive and hazardous in the immediate aftermath of nuclear events as itFile Size: KB. Documents of the NRPB volume 11 number 2 includes generalised derived constraints for 7 radioisotopes and generalised derived limits for 4. . the revision of generalised derived limits (GDLs) previously published by the Board. Generalised derived limits have been calculated in various environmental materials for the radiologically significant isotopes of strontium. ruthenium. iodine, caesium. plutonium. americium and curium. derived from the annual effective dose limit of 1 Size: 5MB. Most I derived radioactivity on Earth is man-made, an unwanted long-lived byproduct of early nuclear tests and nuclear fission accidents. All other iodine radioisotopes have half-lives less than 60 days, and four of these are used as tracers and therapeutic agents in medicine. These are I, I, I, and rd atomic weight A(I): (3).
Documents of the NRPB - Volume 9 Number 1 - Revised Generalised Derived Limits for Radioisotopes of Strontium, Ruthenium, Iodine, Caesium, Plutonium, Americum and Curium - Application of Generalised Derived Limits: Documents of the NRPB - Volume 9 Number 2 - Radiological Protection Objectives for Land Contaminated with Radionuclides. 1. Author(s): Great Britain. National Radiological Protection Board. Title(s): Generalised derived limits for radioisotopes of hydrogen, carbon, phosphorus, sulphur. Generalised derived limits for radioisotopes of iodine by J. S. Hughes, S. M. Haywood, J. R. Simmonds 35 Pages, Published ISBN , ISBN: The Thermal Stability and Equilibrium of Peripheral Plasmas, Sept., (UKAEA Reports, CLM) by M. H. Hugh es, Culham Laboratory Paperback, 24 Pages, Published Further data for radioisotopes (radioactive isotopes) of iodine are listed (including any which occur naturally) below. Isotope Mass / Da Natural abundance (atom %) Nuclear spin (I) Magnetic moment (μ/μ N) I: (5) 5 / 2: