By Alan Martin, Sam Harbison, Karen Beach, Peter Cole
A brand new variation of the UK's regular creation to the risks offered via ionizing radiation and the tools of defense and control.
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4, are largely attributable to such chemical reactions. As already mentioned, the ionization of a gas provides a means of detecting radiation and the ﬁrst widely used radiation unit, the roentgen, was based on the ionizing effect on air of X and g radiation. This unit had several limitations and so two further units, the rad and the rem, were introduced. Later, these two units were replaced in the SI system (Système International d’Unités) by the gray (Gy) and the sievert (Sv), respectively. The gray and the sievert have been approved by the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements (ICRU) and used by the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP).
Org/. 2 Passive Radon Metre. Adapted with kind permission from Report HPA-RRP-001 ‘Ionising Radiation Exposure of the UK Population: 2005 Review’ by S J Watson et al (2005), © Health Protection Agency. 1 gives a list of the typical average annual doses from natural radiation in the British Isles. Local g radiation comes from the 238U and 232Th series and from 40K. 1. For example, in the monazite sand regions of India and Brazil, the annual whole-body doses from local g radiation can be as high as 120 mSv/year.
What is the major late effect of radiation and upon what assumptions are risk estimates based? 6. Using a nominal risk coefﬁcient of 5 ¥ 10−2/Sv, calculate the risk from a dose of (a) 5 mSv and (b) 20 mSv. 1 INTRODUCTION Throughout history, man has been exposed to radiation from the environment. This natural background radiation comes from two main sources: cosmic radiation and socalled ‘primordial’ radiation from terrestrial sources. Note that both of these sources can lead to radioactivity within the body.
An Introduction to Radiation Protection 6E by Alan Martin, Sam Harbison, Karen Beach, Peter Cole