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Assessing the Dose Effect of Ionizing Radiation on Living Organism

PP: 15-19
doi:10.18576/jasu/050103
Author(s)
Baye Zinabe Kebede Kesese,
Abstract
Ionizing radiation is produced as a result of decay a given radionuclide. The standard measure of dosimeter is quantified according to the exposure of radiation. This method of quantification dose not incorporates the total amount of ionizing radiation that is associated with each damage the tissue. All human being are exposed to ionizing radiation with natural cosmic rays coming from outer space and x-ray treatment in hospital. Exposures also vary as a result of human activities and practices. The sources of radiation exposures to the human were estimated based on the dose effect the organ. Gamma rays were detected principal mechanism used to sodium iodide activated with thallium NaI(Tl) detection system.

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