Natural and Artificial (Sr-90) Radionuclides in Some Carbonated Mineral Waters Used in Serbia
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A radiological characterization of 7 different carbonated mineral water samples collected in the local supermarkets in the area of Belgrade (produced in Serbia) was carried out. Analysis included determination of gross alpha and gross beta activities. The obtained results showed that the natural activity concentrations of alpha and beta emitting radionuclides in carbonated mineral water samples were within World Health Organization recommended levels, except for the Heba Strong and Kiseljak samples where the beta activity exceeds 1 Bq/L. For these two water samples gamma spectrometry analysis was performed as well as determination of Sr-90 by oxalic method. The instrumentation used to count the gross alpha and gross beta activities, as well as for Sr-90, was alpha/beta low level proportional counter Thermo Eberline FHT 770 T. Gamma spectrometric measurements were performed using a HPGe Canberra detector with a counting efficiency of 20%. The annual effective dose equivalent due to inge...stion of investigated waters was calculated for age group GT 17, and obtained values are lower than 0.1 mSv recommended reference level. Finally, a comparison of the investigated waters with worldwide data was made.
Кључне речи:carbonated mineral water / radioactivity / Sr-90 / annual effective dose
Извор:Nuclear technology and radiation protection, 2013, 28, 3, 284-292
- Нове технологије за мониторинг и заштиту животног окружења од штетних хемијских супстанци и радијационог оптерећења (RS-43009)
ISSN: 1451-3994 (print)