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Main Title Air Pollution Aspects of Radioactive Substances.
Author Mine, Sydney ;
CORP Author Litton Systems, Inc., Bethesda, Md. Environmental Systems Div.
Year Published 1969
Report Number PH-22-68-25;
Stock Number PB-188 092
Additional Subjects ( Radioactive isotopes ; Air pollution) ; ( Radioactive waste ; Air pollution) ; ( Nuclear power plants ; Air pollution) ; Reviews ; Radioactive fallout ; Toxicity ; Humans ; Animals ; Plants(Botany) ; Cancer ; Combustion products ; Dosimeters ; Dose rate ; Radiological dosage ; Cosmic rays ; Reactor fuels ; Uranium ; Refining(Metallurgy) ; Economics ; Chemisorption ; Filters(Fluid) ; Iodine ; Tritium ; Helium group gases ; Reactor fuel processing ; Monitors ; Gas analysis ; Cataracts
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-188 092 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 159p
Contents: Radioactive substances' Effects on humans (Types of exposure, Biological effects (Somatic effects, Leukemia, Other cancers, Cataracts, Effect on life span), Genetic effects, Acute exposure), Effects on animals; Effects on plants; Effects on materials; Environmental air standards (Maximum permissible dose (MPD), Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC)); Natural occurrence (Radioactive dusts, Cosmic rays, Combustion emissions, Natural radioactivity); Production Sources (Production of nuclear fuel, Nuclear reactors, Fuel reporcessing, Nuclear power industry projections, Nuclear Tests); Product sources (Aerospace applications); Control of radioactive pollution (Limitation of the emission of radioactive pollutants, Containment, Dispersal); Location of facility site; Air cleaning methods (Radioactive particulates, Wet collection); Radioactive gases and vapors (Chemisorption and adsorption, Absorption, Delay in storage); Economics, Sampling methods (Filters, Impactors, Impingers, Settling Trays); Quantitative methods (Analysis of collected particulate samples for activity, Radioactive particle size analysis, Gases (Iodine, Tritium, Noble gases, Other radioactive gases), Air quality monitoring).