Logistic analysis of OBT dynamics.

@article{Baumgaertner2009LogisticAO,
  title={Logistic analysis of OBT dynamics.},
  author={Franz Baumgaertner and Tamara L Yankovich and Sang Bog Kim},
  journal={Health physics},
  year={2009},
  volume={97 6},
  pages={572-80}
}
Formation and depuration of non-exchangeable organically bound tritium (OBT) is measured in mussel dry tissue on expanding time scales. The OBT course of time is analyzed by means of the Verhulst logistic growth function. Two separate routes are found as well for OBT formation as depuration, i.e., restoration of organically bound hydrogen (OBH). Routes which arrive at saturation earlier than sampling started are assigned to respiration. Other routes which start with one-day delay are attributed… CONTINUE READING

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