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Atomic Energy

, Volume 77, Issue 3, pp 699–702 | Cite as

Transformation of the γ-field on the territory of belarus and estimate of the external irradiation dose from the chernobyl accident

  • L. M. Kagan
  • V. B. Kadatskii
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Irradiation Dose External Irradiation Chernobyl Accident External Irradiation Dose 
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  • L. M. Kagan
  • V. B. Kadatskii

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