Health Physics Society Journal

Health Physics Journal, Vol. 88, No. 4, April 2005
Total mass interaction coefficient (less coherent scattering) as a function of photon energy for each element. Data are from the PHOTX library. See article by J. Kenneth Shultis and Richard E. Faw on page 297 for more information.

Contents of April 2005, Volume 88, Number 4


External Dosimetry and Personnel Monitoring — John W. Poston, Sr.

Radiation Shielding Technology — J. Kenneth Shultis and Richard E. Faw


Estimated Risks of Radon-Induced Lung Cancer for Different Exposure Profiles Based on the New EPA Model — Jing Chen

Frequency of Chromosomal Lesions and Damaged Lymphocytes of Workers Occupationally Exposed to X Rays — Snezana Milacic

Derived Release Limits for the Greek Research Reactor Site Based on a Diagnostic Atmospheric Modeling System for Irregular Terrain — M. Varvayanni, N. Catsaros, and M. Antonopoulos-Domis

Performance Characteristics of a Commercially Available Whole Body Counting Phantom Measured Experimentally and Using Monte Carlo Simulations — Gary H. Kramer, Barry M. Hauck, and Kevin Capello

Effect of Lung Volume on Counting Efficiency: A Monte Carlo Investigation — Gary H. Kramer and Kevin Capello

The W-Chair Whole Body Counter: A Monte Carlo Investigation — Gary H. Kramer, Kevin Capello, and Karen Ross

Dynamic Adsorption of Radon by Activated Carbon — Wayne C. Gaul and Dwight W. Underhill


Commentary on JAMA Article by Hujoel et al. — Robert L. Brent


Reevaluation of Radiation Dose around the JCO Site from the Criticality Accident in Tokai-mura — Tetsuji Imanaka


Environmental Health (Third Edition) — Reviewed by Michael T. Ryan


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