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Case Study Case Rep. 2018; 2018(1): advlmint40-advlmint42


Radon in natural hot spring pools in Myanmar: overview.

Pathum Sookaromdee; Aung Koko.

Abstract
Sookaromdee P, Koko A. Radon in natural hot spring pools in Myanmar: overview. Adv Lab Med Int. 2018; 8: 40 - 42.
ABSTRACT - The radon is an important natural source of radiation on earth. The existence in the hot spring becomes an issue in environmental and public health concern. In this study, the authors summarize the existence of radon in hot spring pools in Myanmar, a tropical country in Indochina. Of the 5 studied hot springs, the contaminated level of radon is lower than acceptable cut-off level (range 20,000 to 150,000 becquerels m−3). The rate of hot spring that is considered safe from dangerous unacceptable high radon contamination is 100 %. Available online at https://drive.google.com/open?id=13JtLwF9E1HBNp88sdeaym6XpT-so4Ihk

Key words: radon ; hotspring ; Myanmar



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