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Health Physics Society Journal

Health Physics
Journal, Vol. 81, No. 2, August 2001
On the cover: Etched-track detector with the record of uranium from a neutron-irradiated, evaporated droplet. This method allows leached alpha-recoil atoms of 235U to be sensitively measured as an analogue to leaching of 210Pb that is implanted in glass from the decay of 222Rn progeny. See article by Fleischer and Doremus on page 110 for more information. Photograph provided courtesy of the American Chemical Society, from Analytical Chemistry 48: 642; 1976.

Contents of Volume 81, No. 2, August 2001

GUEST EDITORIAL

Exclusion, Exemption and Clearance . . . Do We Need Them All? — Roger Clarke

NEWS ON THE NET

Scanning the Web for New Items — Bruce Busby

TECHNOLOGY MONITOR

Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeters — Ken Kasper

PAPERS

Uncertainties in Retrospective Radon Exposure of Glass: Possible Effects of Hydration and of Leaching — R. L. Fleischer and R. H. Doremus

Analysis of Aerosol Distribution Inside the Object "Shelter" at the Chornobyl Nuclear Reactor Site — O. A. Bondarenko, P. B. Aryasov, D. V. Melnichuk, and S. Yu. Medvedev

EPR Tooth Enamel Dosimetry: Optimization of the Automated Spectra Deconvolution Routine — A. I. Ivannikov, V. G. Skvortsov, V. F. Stepanenko, D. D. Tikunov, J. Takada, and M. Hoshi

A Theoretical Evaluation of the Assessment of Effective Dose Using Multiple Personnel Dosimeters — Sami Sherbini and Joseph DeCicco

137Cs Concentration in the Environment of Kaiga of South West Coast of India — N. Karunakara, H. M. Somashekarappa, Y. Narayana, D. N. Avadhani, H. M. Mahesh, and K. Siddappa

Quality Control of Mitigation Methods for Unusually High Indoor Radon Concentrations — J. Huber, O. Ennemoser, and P. Schneider

Conversion Coefficients Based on the VIP-Man Anatomical Model and EGS4-VLSI Code for External Monoenergetic Photons from 10 keV to 10 MeV — T. C. Chao, A. Bozkurt, and X. G. Xu

Fluence-to-Dose Conversion Coefficients Based on the VIP-Man Anatomical Model and MCNPX Code for Monoenergetic Neutrons Above 20 MeV — A. Bozkurt, T. C. Chao, and X. G. Xu

Organ Dose Conversion Coefficients for 0.1-10 MeV Electrons Calculated for the VIP-Man Tomographic Model — T. C. Chao, A. Bozkurt, and X. G. Xu

CORRESPONDENCE

External Air Kerma Rate Measurements-Comment on Paper by Narayana et al. — Robert L. Grasty

Response to Grasty — Y. Narayana

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