Interlaboratory comparison of tooth enamel dosimetry on Semipalatinsk region

Part 1, general view

M. Hoshi, S. Toyoda, A. Ivannikov, K. Zhumadilov, A. Fukumura, K. Apsalikov, Zh S. Zhumadilov, S. Bayankin, V. Chumak, B. Ciesielski, V. De Coste, S. Endo, P. Fattibene, D. Ivanov, C. A. Mitchell, S. Onori, M. Penkowski, S. P. Pivovarov, A. Romanyukha, A. B. Rukhin & 9 others K. Schultka, T. A. Seredavina, S. Sholom, V. Skvortsov, V. Stepanenko, K. Tanaka, F. Trompier, A. Wieser, G. Wolakiewicz

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Abstract

For intercomparison of methods of dose determination using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy of tooth enamel, the same sets of enamel samples were analyzed in different laboratories using similar recording parameters. The sets of samples included calibration samples irradiated in known doses, test samples irradiated to doses unknown to the participants and accidental dose samples prepared from teeth of humans affected by radioactive fallout from nuclear tests in the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site in Kazakhstan. The test samples were analyzed to determine the differences in the resulting doses using different spectrometers and different spectra processing methods. The accidental dose samples were analyzed in order to test the precision of doses determined by EPR spectroscopy and to obtain more accurate values by averaging the results from different laboratories.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1005-1014
Number of pages10
JournalRadiation Measurements
Volume42
Issue number6-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Kazakhstan
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Hoshi, M., Toyoda, S., Ivannikov, A., Zhumadilov, K., Fukumura, A., Apsalikov, K., ... Wolakiewicz, G. (2007). Interlaboratory comparison of tooth enamel dosimetry on Semipalatinsk region: Part 1, general view. Radiation Measurements, 42(6-7), 1005-1014. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2007.05.045

Interlaboratory comparison of tooth enamel dosimetry on Semipalatinsk region : Part 1, general view. / Hoshi, M.; Toyoda, S.; Ivannikov, A.; Zhumadilov, K.; Fukumura, A.; Apsalikov, K.; Zhumadilov, Zh S.; Bayankin, S.; Chumak, V.; Ciesielski, B.; De Coste, V.; Endo, S.; Fattibene, P.; Ivanov, D.; Mitchell, C. A.; Onori, S.; Penkowski, M.; Pivovarov, S. P.; Romanyukha, A.; Rukhin, A. B.; Schultka, K.; Seredavina, T. A.; Sholom, S.; Skvortsov, V.; Stepanenko, V.; Tanaka, K.; Trompier, F.; Wieser, A.; Wolakiewicz, G.

In: Radiation Measurements, Vol. 42, No. 6-7, 07.2007, p. 1005-1014.

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Hoshi, M, Toyoda, S, Ivannikov, A, Zhumadilov, K, Fukumura, A, Apsalikov, K, Zhumadilov, ZS, Bayankin, S, Chumak, V, Ciesielski, B, De Coste, V, Endo, S, Fattibene, P, Ivanov, D, Mitchell, CA, Onori, S, Penkowski, M, Pivovarov, SP, Romanyukha, A, Rukhin, AB, Schultka, K, Seredavina, TA, Sholom, S, Skvortsov, V, Stepanenko, V, Tanaka, K, Trompier, F, Wieser, A & Wolakiewicz, G 2007, 'Interlaboratory comparison of tooth enamel dosimetry on Semipalatinsk region: Part 1, general view', Radiation Measurements, vol. 42, no. 6-7, pp. 1005-1014. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2007.05.045
Hoshi, M. ; Toyoda, S. ; Ivannikov, A. ; Zhumadilov, K. ; Fukumura, A. ; Apsalikov, K. ; Zhumadilov, Zh S. ; Bayankin, S. ; Chumak, V. ; Ciesielski, B. ; De Coste, V. ; Endo, S. ; Fattibene, P. ; Ivanov, D. ; Mitchell, C. A. ; Onori, S. ; Penkowski, M. ; Pivovarov, S. P. ; Romanyukha, A. ; Rukhin, A. B. ; Schultka, K. ; Seredavina, T. A. ; Sholom, S. ; Skvortsov, V. ; Stepanenko, V. ; Tanaka, K. ; Trompier, F. ; Wieser, A. ; Wolakiewicz, G. / Interlaboratory comparison of tooth enamel dosimetry on Semipalatinsk region : Part 1, general view. In: Radiation Measurements. 2007 ; Vol. 42, No. 6-7. pp. 1005-1014.
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