Characteristics of Attached Radon-222 Daughters Under Both Laboratory and Field Conditions With Particular Emphasis Upon Underground Uranium Mine Environment.
Cooper-JA; Jackson-PO; Langford-JC; Et Al
NTIS: PB/237-557 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :288 pages
The objective of this research (Contract No. H0220029) was to study the characteristics of radon daughter products attached to aerosols under laboratory and underground mine conditions. This objective was achieved through identification of typical aerosols and their chemical composition. The presence or absence of carcoinogens other than alpha emitters was determined.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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NTIS: PB/237-557; Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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