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Tritium in the physical and biological sciences

proceedings of the Symposium on the Detection and Use of Tritium in the Physical and Biological Sciences sponsored by the International Atomic Agency in co-operation with the Joint Commission on Applied Radioactivity and held in Vienna,3-10 May 1961.

by Symposium on the Detection and Use of Tritium in the Physical and BiologicalSciences (1961 Vienna)

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency;H.M.S.O .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesInternational Atomic Energy Agency.Proceedings series
ContributionsInternational Atomic Energy Agency.
The Physical Object
Pagination2v.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21741884M

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Tritium use can be classified under four categories, namely, physical, chemical, biological and clinical medicine. Under the physical category, tritium is used as a target material for generating fast.

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An day biological half life for tritium was determined from seven occurrences in six males. A method for estimating the average total body water is presented. An average body-water to effective-body.

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The roentgen equivalent for man (rem) is the unit for radiation damage that is used most frequently in medicine (1 rem = 1 Sv).

Note that the tissue damage units (rem or Sv) includes the energy of the. Tritium (3H) is the radioactive isotope of hydrogen, with a half-life of years. It is created naturally in the atmosphere, and in higher annual rates in nuclear reactors and in nuclear weapon tests. This.

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Substantially this book is not Cited by: Physical Characteristics. Half-life: years Emissions: Beta particles with a maximum energy of keV and an average energy of keV.

Maximum Range: mm in air; mm in tissue Fraction. biological half-life of 10 days, the same as for water. During the time it is in the body, a small fraction of the tritium is incorporated into easily exchanged hydrogen sites in organic molecules.

What Is the File Size: 28KB. Sources of tritium 1. In this paper a short review of sources of tritium is presented. More details can be find in our book „TRITIUM ISOTOPE SEPARATION” published by CRC Press, [1]. Environmental impacts and biological effects of tritium Development of a code to simulate tritium transfer in the environment Study of the biological effects of tritium at the cellular level and by using genetically.

The Tritium Process Laboratory of the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute is the only laboratory in Japan where grams of tritium can be handled to carry out R D on tritium processing and tritium safety. Tritium is the radioactive isotope of hydrogen identified by the symbol 3 H or T.

Its chemical properties are identical to those of hydrogen. Whether of natural or man-made origin, tritium is extremely mobile. Physical Data Radiation - Beta (% abundance) Energy - Max: keV; Average: keV Half-Life Physical: years Biological: days Effective: 12 days Range mm in air unshielded.

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