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Seminar on Radon Daughter Sampling in Uranium Mines Grand Junction, Colorado, July 9-10, 1968 Report of Proceedings.
NIOSH 1968 Nov:0 pages
Review and evaluation of sampling methods, particularly in relation to uniformity and reliability, determining working levels of radon daughters in uranium mines. Topics include history of radioactive decay and working levels; reasons for sampling, and estimates of exposure and guidelines for control; errors introduced by variation in technique; comparative sampling; and checking and calibration of survey meters, field pumps, and other sampling equipment.
Radioactive-materials; Sampling-techniques; Air-contaminants; Measurement-instrumentation; Mining; Air-sampling; Radiation-dosimetry; Dosimeters;
NIOSH, Consumer Protection and Environmental Health Service, Report No. TR-57, 8 references
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