Accident dosimetry in populated areas: The use of solid-state dosimetry techniques with ceramics and other natural materials

I.K. Bailiff, H.Y. Goeksu, D. Stoneham, L. Bøtter-Jensen

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRadiation protection research action 1992-94. Progress report 1992-93
    VolumeEUR-16003
    Place of PublicationLuxembourg
    PublisherEuropean Commission
    Publication date1995
    Pages35-49
    Publication statusPublished - 1995

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    Bailiff, I. K., Goeksu, H. Y., Stoneham, D., & Bøtter-Jensen, L. (1995). Accident dosimetry in populated areas: The use of solid-state dosimetry techniques with ceramics and other natural materials. In Radiation protection research action 1992-94. Progress report 1992-93 (Vol. EUR-16003, pp. 35-49). Luxembourg: European Commission.
    Bailiff, I.K. ; Goeksu, H.Y. ; Stoneham, D. ; Bøtter-Jensen, L. / Accident dosimetry in populated areas: The use of solid-state dosimetry techniques with ceramics and other natural materials. Radiation protection research action 1992-94. Progress report 1992-93. Vol. EUR-16003 Luxembourg : European Commission, 1995. pp. 35-49
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    Accident dosimetry in populated areas: The use of solid-state dosimetry techniques with ceramics and other natural materials. / Bailiff, I.K.; Goeksu, H.Y.; Stoneham, D.; Bøtter-Jensen, L.

    Radiation protection research action 1992-94. Progress report 1992-93. Vol. EUR-16003 Luxembourg : European Commission, 1995. p. 35-49.

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    Bailiff IK, Goeksu HY, Stoneham D, Bøtter-Jensen L. Accident dosimetry in populated areas: The use of solid-state dosimetry techniques with ceramics and other natural materials. In Radiation protection research action 1992-94. Progress report 1992-93. Vol. EUR-16003. Luxembourg: European Commission. 1995. p. 35-49