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Gamma-ray Spectrometric Analysis Of Fly-ash Samples Of Coal Fired Power Plants
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Author(s)
Ashutosh Pathak, Archana Sharma, Brijesh Pathak, S.Pathak
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ABSTRACT
Suratgarh super thermal power station, Suratgarh and Guru Nanak thermal power station, Bathinda are the two potential sites selected for the study of radionuclides in fly ash samples by ?-ray spectrometer. The activities of Cs-137, K-40, Ra-226 and Th-232, ( in Bq/Kg.) are 17.8, 98.8, 29.1 and 120.9 respectively for Suratgarh thermal power plant and 25.7, 96.6, 25.0 and 123.2 respectively for Bathinda power plant.
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