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Soviet Atomic Energy

, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp 709–716 | Cite as

Monitoring ionizing radiations resulting from nitrogen reactions

  • M. T. Dmitriev
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Abstract

Problems of monitoring ionizing radiations and neutrons from nitrogen reactions taking place on irradiation of air, nitrogen-oxygen mixtures, nitrogen oxides, or water containing dissolved air and during capture of neutrons by nitrogen nuclei are discussed. Nitrogen-oxygen and nitrogen oxides ionizing-radiation and thermal neutron monitors are proposed on the basis of the investigated radiation-chemical effects. The lower limit of measurement of radiation dosage is 1 rad, and that of an integral neutral flux is 109 neutrons/cm2. Use of the appropriate procedure makes it possible to reduce these limits. The upper limits of measurement of dosages and neutron fluxes by opentype monitors are virtually unrestricted. The method makes it possible to carry out dosimetric measurements from samples of air and water under natural conditions.

Keywords

Oxide Nitrogen Radiation Radiation Dosage Lower Limit 
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