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$^{222}Rn$ in selected waters sources from Quang Nam - Da Nang region - central part of Vietnam / Van-Hao Duong, Chau NGUYEN DINH, Tien Chu Trung, Hung Nguyen Quoc, Do Xuan-Doc, Thanh Huong Bui Thi, Hoang Ha Nguyen Thi, Oanh Nguyen Thi, Hung Dinh Viet, Chien Nguyen Quang, Que Hoang Dinh, Mohamed Saiyad Musthafa, Thanh Duong Van, Hoai-Nam Tran, Miklós Hegedűs, Tibor Kovács // Journal of Radiation Research and Applied Sciences ; ISSN 1687-8507. — 2024 — vol. 17 iss. 1 art. no. 100756, s. 1–8. — Bibliogr. s. 7–8, Abstr. — Publikacja dostępna online od: 2023-11-24


Autorzy (16)

  • Duong Hao Van
  • AGHNguyen Dinh Chau
  • Trung Tien Chu
  • Nguyen Quoc Hung
  • Xuan-Doc Do
  • Bui Thi Thanh Huong
  • Nguyen Thi Hoang Ha
  • Nguyen Thi Oanh
  • Dinh Viet Hung
  • Nguyen Quang Chien
  • Hoang Dinh Que
  • Musthafa Mohamed Saiyad
  • Duong Van Thanh
  • Tran Hoai-Nam
  • Hegedűs Miklós
  • Kovács Tibor

Słowa kluczowe

drinking waterradonannual effective doseenvironmental health

Dane bibliometryczne

ID BaDAP150407
Data dodania do BaDAP2024-01-10
Tekst źródłowyURL
DOI10.1016/j.jrras.2023.100756
Rok publikacji2024
Typ publikacjiartykuł w czasopiśmie
Otwarty dostęptak
Creative Commons
Czasopismo/seriaJournal of Radiation Research and Applied Sciences

Abstract

This paper presents the radon concentrations of forty-eight samples collected from lakes, streams and rivers as surface water, from dug well as ground water and from boreholes and thermal waters as underground waters in the Da Nang – Quang Nam, central part of Vietnam. The measured radon concentrations varied from 0.265 (in lake water) to 107 Bq L−1 (in underground water) with the following trend from the lowest to the highest: 222Rn in lakes<222Rn in rivers<222Rn in stream<222Rn in dug wells<222Rn in thermal waters<222Rn in drilled wells. Overall, the average 222Rn concentration in groundwater is twelve times higher than that in the surface water. Assuming that each person drinks 2.10−3 m3 d−1 and uses six cubic meters for washing purposes per month, the estimated total annual effective dose due to ingestion and inhalation of radon from the studied water samples ranges from 1.3 to 541 μSv y−1 for adults; from 1.2 to 479 μSv y−1 for children; and from 2.1 to 838 μSv y−1 for infants.

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