Health Physics Society Journal
May 2017, Volume 112, Number 5
|On the cover: Frontal and rear views of the ORNL adult phantom, Taiwanese Reference Man, and Taiwanese Reference Woman. The skin and muscle have been removed to reveal the inner organs and skeletal system. See the paper by Chang et al. for further information.|
ICRP 67 Biokinetic Models for AM-241 Applied to Nonhuman Primates — Nada A. Alomairy, Richard R. Brey, and Raymond A. Guilmette
Monte Carlo Simulations Comparing the Response of a Novel Hemispherical TEPC to Existing Spherical and Cylindrical TEPCs for Neutron Monitoring and Dosimetry — David P. Broughton and Anthony J. Waker
Tritium (3H) Retention In Mice: Administered As HTO, DTO or as 3H-Labeled Amino-Acids — Nicholas D. Priest, Melinda S.J. Blimkie, Heather Wyatt, Michelle Bugden, Laura A. Bannister, Yann Gueguen, Jean-Rene Jourdain, and Dmitry Klokov
Gamma-Ray Dose from an Overhead Plume — Michael W. McNaughton, Jessica M. Gillis, Elizabeth Ruedig, Jeffrey J. Whicker, and David P. Fuehne
Rapid Analysis of 239,238Pu, 241Am, and 90Sr for Nasal Smear Samples in Radiation Emergency and Evaluation of Intake Retention Fraction — Seokwon Yoon, Wi-Ho Ha, Sunhoo Park, Seung-Sook Lee, and Young-Woo Jin
Effects of Medical Diagnostic Low-dose X Rays on Human Lymphocytes: Mitochondrial Membrane Potential, Apoptosis and Cell Cycle — Montree Tungjai, Nutnicha Phathakanon, and Kanokporn Noy Rithidech
Interpretation of Nasal Swab Measurements Following Suspected Releases of Actinide Aerosols — John Klumpp, Luiz Bertelli, and Tom Waters
Dose Conversion Coefficients Based on Taiwanese Reference Phantoms and Monte Carlo Simulations for Use in External Radiation Protection — Shu-Jun Chang, Jui-Ting Hsu, Shih-Yen Hung, Yan-Lin Liu, Shiang-Huei Jiang, and Jay Wu
RF Safety Analysis of a Novel Ultra-wideband Fetal Monitoring System — Jerrold T. Bushberg and J. Paul Tupin Jr.
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