“Hot” and active particles in alluvial soils and sediments of the Yenisei river: Radioisotope composition

@inproceedings{Sukhorukov2009HotAA,
  title={“Hot” and active particles in alluvial soils and sediments of the Yenisei river: Radioisotope composition},
  author={F. V. Sukhorukov and Alexei Chuguevsky},
  year={2009}
}
New data on abundance and isotope composition of “hot” and active particles in alluvial soils and sediments of the Yenisei river (Krasnoyarsk region, Russia), located in a near influence zone of the Krasnoyarsk Mining and Chemical Processing Plant (KMCPP), are presented in this study. On a set of gamma-emitting radioisotopes all “hot” particles can be divided on three groups: 1. monoisotopic (137Cs, 60Co); 2. two-isotopic (137Cs and 134Cs); 3. polyisotopic (137Cs, 134Cs, 60Co, 154Eu, 155Eu and… CONTINUE READING

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