Pilot investigation of food products contamination by caesium-137 in selected areas of Ukraine affected by the Chernobyl catastrophe in 1986


The radioactivity released as a result of the explosions of the No.4 Reactor at the Chernobyl NPP plant in 1986 caused a number of severe problems affecting many countries worldwide. One of the greatest concerns was the release, transport and subsequent deposition of caesium-137, a long-lived radionuclide (half life T1/2 = 30.1 y), which is able to pass… (More)


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