STP Published: 1995

Applications of Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry to Radionuclide Determinations

Editor(s): Roy W. Morrow, Jeffrey S. Crain

Features innovative tools and techniques for determining precise levels of radiation exposure in a variety of venues.

12 peer-reviewed papers from leading experts in the United States, France, and the United Kingdom.

Research applications in the following areas are explored: Nuclear Material Production; • High-Level Waste Characterization; • Environmental Monitoring and Waste Management; • and Internal Dosimetry and Health Protection.

Invaluable for nuclear site remediation analytical chemists, environmental monitoring chemists, uranium enrichment plant chemists, site remediation engineers, geochemists,health physicists and radiochemists.

Table of Contents

RW Morrow, JS Crain

PR Makinson

AJ Walder, T Hodgson

M Noé, A Hérès

OT Farmer, JH Reeves, EJ Wyse, CJ Clemetson, CJ Barinaga, MR Smith, DW Koppenaal

WF Kinard, NE Bibler, CJ Coleman, RA Dewberry, WT Boyce, SB Wyrick

M Liezers, CT Tye, D Mennie, D Koller

NP Buddin, VF Belt

F Zhou, GJ Van Berkel, SJ Morton, DC Duckworth, WK Adeniyi, JM Keller

M Hollenbach, J Grohs, M Kroft, S Mamich

RN Bolin

GP Russ, JM Bazan

OA Vita, KC Mayfield

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Developed by Committee: C26
Pages: 150
DOI: 10.1520/STP1291-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5315-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2034-1