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|Title||Radiation Measurements in Soil of Nusirate in the middle of Gaza-Strip Using Nuclear Track Detector CR-39 and Electra Plus|
Because of the hazards of radon activity and its daughter products to human health, several studies were conducted to measure radiation in environment including soil and building materials. Alpha particles radiation contents of soil samples were measured using solid state nuclear track detector (SSNTD) CR-39. Soil samples were collected from the middle region of Gaza-Strip, in Nusirate area. Alpha activity per unit volume were evaluated in the sample using solid state nuclear track detector. Results showed that the activity of Alpha particles in soil has a maximum value 9.305 Bq/m3, and minimum 2.878 Bq/m3, and average is 5.244 Bq/m3. Also results using Electra Plus were discussed and compared with other published data.
|Published in||Journal of Al-Aqsa Unvuversity|
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