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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.32 - Supplement 2 No.2 October 2008. -

The fraction of unattached fun nanosized 222Rn short-lived decay products in indoor air has been measured in different

environments and the following ranges obtained: 0.03–0.25 in kindergartens, 0.03–0.18 in schools, 0.08–0.20 in wineries,

and 0.12–0.68 in a karst cave. The dependence of fun on the environmental conditions air temperature, relative humidity

and pressure, as well as on the working regime has been studied and will be discussed. Applying the dosimetric

approach, dose conversion factors were calculated, based on the measured fun values, and compared to the values, obtained

from epidemiological studies and currently recommended to be used in radon dosimetry.

radon; decay products; unattached fraction; indoor air; dose conversion factors



Author: Janja Vaupotič -

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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