The measurement of incorporated radioactive actinides in the body by direct methods

@inproceedings{Genicot1994TheMO,
  title={The measurement of incorporated radioactive actinides in the body by direct methods},
  author={Jean Louis Genicot},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract From the beginning of the nuclear industry the assessment of incorporated radionuclides has been an absolute necessity. Although this assessment is easy for many nuclides (fission or activation products, etc.), the problem of the detection and quantification of some of the actinides is still a challenge. Several of these, e.g. uranium, are easy to detect, but thorium, americium and plutonium are very difficult to assess. The necessity for the quantification of these elements is… CONTINUE READING

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