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The Effect of Natural Radioactive Elements in the Soil and Ground Water toward Human Beings

PP: 11-14
doi:10.18576/jasu/050102
Author(s)
Baye Zinabe Kebede Kesese,
Abstract
The review of the current work were to assess the consequence of natural radioactive elements in soil and water sample. Most of the word wide was that covers emitting radiation elements. The primary source of the radioactive isotopes is deposits that can be enriched in 238 U and its daughter isotopes. Water is one of the most vital natural resources. About 70% of the Earth’s surface is enclosed with water, which is estimated at a volume of around 1.4 billion km3. Gamma-ray Spectrometry was applied using high-purity germanium (HPGe) gamma-ray detector of soil and water sample. Natural radioactivity and radiation in soils have gained substantial research attention because humans are exposed to natural radioactivity at different levels depending on natural radioactive minerals were presented throughout in world wide.

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