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THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION Held at the Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., September 9-14, 1973


Operational Health Physics during Dismantling of the Elk River ReactornSpecial Problems in Radiation Safety and Sanitary-Dosimetric Monitoring when Working with Transplutonium ElementsnEnsuring Radiation Safety when Using Large Isotopic Sources of Ionizing Radiation for Bringing about Radiation ProcessesnEstimating the Effect of the Absorbed Phase of Contamination of Protective Coatings and Means for Individual Shielding for Radiation Conditions in WorkroomsnEnsuring Radiation Safety when Using Instruments with Radioisotopic Radiation SourcesnHealth Physics and Operational Experiences in a Treatment and Packaging Facility for Solid and Semi-Solid Wastes at E.I. RnSome Preliminary Investigations on the Contribution of Muons to the Stray Radiation Level around the CERN 28 GeV Proton SynchrotronnRadiological Safety Experience in Handling and Fabrication of Plutonium Fuel ElementsnCellulose Nitrate Plastic Film — Its Preparation and Applications in Health PhysicsnRetention of Iodine on Duct SurfacesnNuclear Safety Organization in a University Research FacilitynEXPOSURES FROM RADIATION SOURCES OF NATURAL ORIGINnInvestigation and Standardization of the Radioactivity of Construction MaterialsnEye Exposure from Thoriated Optical GlassesnDosimetry of Galactic and Solar Radiation On-Board the Supersonic Transport ConcordenThe Approach to Radon Problems in Non-Uranium Mines in SwedennNew Data Concerning the Safety of Miners in Uranium MinesnLong-Term Measurements of Radon Daughter Activity in MinesnEvaluation of the Radiation Factor at Enterprises in the Rare and Ferrous Metals IndustrynRadon Emanation Studies in Jaduguda Uranium MinenDistribution of Airborne Activity in a Uranium Mill Using CobwebsnAn Instant Working Level Meter with Automatic Individual Radon Daughter Readout for Uranium MinesnMonitoring of Low-Energy X-Ray Radionuclide Content in Human BodynOptimization of Conditions for Gamma-Spectrometric Measurements in Radiation ShieldingnThe Methods of Absolute Calibration of Equipment for Measurements of Pb-210, 239 and Am-241 in Human BodynSensitive Radiometric Method for in vivo Study of Incorporated Nuclides of the Thorium SeriesnAssessment of Plutonium in Human Lungs with Thin Nal(TI) Detector SystemsnIn Vivo Measurements following Exposure to 133xe and Associated Dose Assessment ProceduresnIn-Vivo Monitoring of Nuclear Fuel WorkersnApplication of Phoswich Detectors for Lung Counting Plutonium-238nChestwall Tissue Measurements for Lung Counting ApplicationsnIn Vivo Measurement of Uranium Contamination in the LungnAs Low As Practicable in Theory and PracticenRadiation Danger to the Population During Operation of Atomic Power Stations in the USSRnAverage Effluent Releases from U. S. Nuclear Power Reactors, Compared with Those from Fossil-nFueled Plants, in Terms of Currently Applicable Environmental StandardsnEnvironmental Tritium and the Dose to MannIndividual Risk, Collective Damage, and Nuclear Power PlantsnAn Evaluation of Nuclear Gas Stimulation in Terms of Potential Radiation Exposure to the PublicnGenetic Dose Limit for General Population, Dose Limit and Derived Concentration Guides for Members of the Public Compulsive Action Guides for Emergency SituationsnVADOSCA: A Simple Code for the Evaluation of Population Exposure due to Radioactive DischargesnNationwide Evaluation of X-Ray Trends (NEXT)nRisk Criteria Associated with Use of Ionizing Radiations in Medicine (Not available for these Proceedings)nThe Genetically Significant Dose Due to Medical X-Ray Examinations in The NetherlandsnEvaluation of Diagnostic X-Ray Contribution to the Annual Genetically Significant Dose Equivalent of Taiwan Urban PopulationnThe Role of the Health Physicist in Reducing Medical RadiationnDental Technique Normalization: Development and Pilot TestnNashville Dental X-Ray StudynAbsorbed Dose to Selected Internal Organs from Typical Diagnostic ExposuresnHandy Device for Protection of the Testicles in X-Ray ExaminationsnDose Reduction by Electronic RadiographynMedical Radiation Protection in the Eastern Mediterranean RegionnSources of Unnecessary Irradiation During FluoroscopynMedical Irradiation of the Population in Romania during 1970nUse of Medical X-Ray Diagnostic Units in IraqnRadiobiological Significance of MicrodosimetrynDosimetry of Internal Emitters in Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Protection: At What LevelnContamination of Air and Surroundings by Patients Treated with Large Quantities of Iodine 131 for Thyroid CarcinomanA Comprehensive Approach for the Evaluation of Comparative Dosimetry of Internally Administered RadiopharmaceuticalsnReduction of Radiation Exposure to Nuclear Medicine Personnel by the Use of New 'Instant' Techniques for Preparation of Technetium RadiopharmaceuticalsnReducing Personnel Exposure in Nuclear MedicinenRadioprotection in a Nuclear Medicine UnitnClinical-Dosimetric Relationships in Local Irradiation from Sources of Different Energies (Not available for these Proceedings)nRadioactive Aerosols as a Factor in Internal Irradiation when Using Radioactive SubstancesnValidation of the Principal Radiobiological Characteristics of Thorium-232 and Its Decay Products and Hygienic Norms (MAAC and MAD) in the Atmosphere of WorkroomnInhalation Study of a Submicron Size Lead-212 AerosolnThe Effect of Breath-Holding on the Deposition of Half-Micron Aerosol Particles in the Human LungnHASL Cyclone as an Instrument for Measuring Aerosol Parameters for New Lung ModelnDose Commitment to the Lung from Inhalation of Radiocobalt in Power Reactor OperationsnA Method for Determining the Dissolution Characteristics of Accidentally Released Radioactive AerosolsnBiological Modeling for Predicting Retention Patterns of Inhaled ContaminantsnDeposition and Elimination of Iron Oxide Aerosol from the Lung of Rats: Comparison with ICRP Predictions for ManInhalation Hazards: They Could be WorsenProtection Problems Involved with Non-Ionizing RadiationnRadiation Protection Training Courses at E.I.R. Wurenlingen, SwitzerlandnProject Training for Graduate Students in Health PhysicsnThe Law and Low Level RadiationnRadiation Protection Information and Education for the Public: Mistakes and Lessons, Strategies and TacticsnPublic Confidence in Nuclear PowernInforming the Public about Nuclear EnergynA Study of Inhaled Sodium-22nRegularities in Strontium-90 Accumulation in Young Children (Not available for these Proceedings)nMetabolism of Lead-210 and Polonium-210 in the BodynUse of a Specialized Analog Computer for the Model of the Metabolism of Some RadionuclidesnInterpretation of Experimental Data on Polonium-210 Metabolism for Computing Admissible LevelsnRegularities in Metabolism of Radioactive Isotopes Upon Incidence on the SkinnDetermination of the Content and Kinetics of the Behaviour of Some Radionuclides in the Body of Man by the In Vivo TechniquenRetention and Distribution of Inorganic Mercury (197Hg, 203Hg) in the Human Body after Single InhalationnA Case Study of Human Contamination Due to Inhaled Thulium-170 OxidenGastro-Intestinal Absorption of Cerium in Suckling MicenMetabolites Useful in Dose EstimationnMetabolic Balances of 210Pb and 210Po in Unexposed MennLong-Term Metabolism of 90Sr in, Rhesus Monkeys (Mocaca mulatto)nA Study of the Translocation of Radiostrontium from Wounds and Therapy by Local InsolubilizationnInstruments and Methods for Day-to-Day Monitoring of Tritium and Carbon-14 in ProductionnSampling for Tritiated Water VapournA Ruggedized Ultrasensitive Field Air Sampler for Differentially Determining Tritium Oxide and Gas in Ambient Air AtmospherenComparison of Albedo Dosimeters and Nuclear Track Detectors for Neutron MonitoringnSome Possibilities of Use of Silicon Detectorsof Ionizing Radiations in Investigations of Radiation ShieldingnHigh Energy Photon Detection by Fission Track RegistrationnAn Inexpensive Lightweight Environmental Survey InstrumentnA New Technique in Environmental Neutron SpectroscopynConductimetric Properties of Some Solid Tract Detectors and Hypothesis on the Track Formation Mechanism in These Irradiated and Etched Detectors......

【作者名称】: W. S. Snyder
【关 键 词】: THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION Held at the Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., September 9-14, 1973
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