AnaComp Program application to calculate137Cs transfer rates in marine organisms and dose on the man
Laboratory experiments using radioactive tracer were performed to study the uptake and elimination of137Cs by theAbudefduf saxatilis. A compartmental model (AnaComp Program) has estimated the transfer rates of the radioactivity through the sea-water and fish compartments as well as the dose caused by the consumption of a contaminated fish.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Experiment Transfer Rate Marine Organism
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