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Quantities, units and terms in radioecology.
by International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements in Bethesda, MD
Written in English
|Series||ICRU report ;, 65|
|Contributions||International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements.|
|LC Classifications||RA1231.R2 I55 no. 65, QH543.5 I55 no. 65|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||00054109|
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This report provides the first comprehensive and authoritative set of definitions for quantities, units and terms used in the highly interdisciplinary field of radioecology.
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Quantities, Units and Terms in Radioecology, International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements, Rep Quinn, Dennis Health Physics.
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Absorbed dose, dose equivalent (ICRP) and equivalent dose (ICRU) are the basic physical quantities in the medical application of ionising radiation and for the radiation protection and safety work.
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Intl. Symp. Transfer of Radionuclides in Biosphere – Prediction and Assessment, Mito, Dec.Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute report JAERI-Confpages ICRU Report 65 () Quantities, units and terms in radioecology. J Int Commiss Rad Unit Measur 1: 2 Google Scholar Ipatyev VA, Boginsky VF, Bulavik IM, Dvornik AM, Volchkov VE, Goncharenko GG () Forest, man and Chernobyl.
An extensive programme of experiments on transfer of radionuclides to aquatic species was conducted in the former USSR starting from the early s.
Only a few of these studies were made available in the English language literature or taken into account in international reviews of radionuclide behaviour in marine ecosystems. Therefore, an overview of original information on radionuclide.
The rest masses of the 14 C and the 14 N nuclei are and u, respectively. The decrease in the rest masses is u (or keV). This is the total energy released during the radioactive decay process, and is known as the Q β value. The energy is distributed between the beta particle and the electron antineutrino.
Quantities, units and perspectives The current generally accepted system of radiological units is part of the Systbme Intema- tionale (SI), in which the basic quantity of radiation exposure, 'absorbed dose', the energy absorbed per unit mass of material, has the units gray (Gy) (1 Gy -1 J kg-l).
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Focus on Chernobyl and Fukushima. any confusion on protection quantities and units is resolved; Analysis of these results is described in terms of assessment of radiological significance of the incident to the population of Cumbria.
Additionally, the effects of the accident on Sellafield environmental monitoring results for are.If other units are mentioned, please give their equivalent in SI. Nomenclature and units Follow internationally accepted rules and conventions: use the international system of units (SI).
If other quantities are mentioned, give their equivalent in SI. You are urged to consult IUPAC: Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry for further information.These reference values provide needed input to prospective dosimetry calculations for radiation protection purposes for both workers and members of the general public.
The purpose of this report is to consolidate and unify in one publication, important new information on reference anatomical and physiological values that has become available.