A M El-Arabi

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Publications

  1. ncbi Natural radioactivity in sand used in thermal therapy at the Red Sea Coast
    A M El-Arabi
    Physics Department, Faculty of Science Qena, South Valley University, Egypt
    J Environ Radioact 81:11-9. 2005
  2. ncbi Assessment of terrestrial gamma radiation doses for some Egyptian granite samples
    A M El Arabi
    Physics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena, Egypt
    Radiat Prot Dosimetry 128:382-5. 2008
  3. ncbi Naturally occurring radioactive material from the aluminium industry--a case study: the Egyptian Aluminium Company, Nag Hammady, Egypt
    Adel G E Abbady
    Physics Department, South Valley University, Faculty of Science, Qena, Egypt
    J Radiol Prot 26:415-22. 2006

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  1. ncbi Natural radioactivity in sand used in thermal therapy at the Red Sea Coast
    A M El-Arabi
    Physics Department, Faculty of Science Qena, South Valley University, Egypt
    J Environ Radioact 81:11-9. 2005
    ..4+/-10-22.4+/-10 Bq kg(-1)). Different radiation hazard indices were calculated, the radiation dose to which workers are subjected is not negligible (26.5-50.9 nGy h(-1)), although depending on the inhalation of dust...
  2. ncbi Assessment of terrestrial gamma radiation doses for some Egyptian granite samples
    A M El Arabi
    Physics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena, Egypt
    Radiat Prot Dosimetry 128:382-5. 2008
    ..24, 1.4 and 1.6 mSv for Elba granite. For Qash Amir and Hamra Dome granites the corresponding values were 0.35, 2 and 2.3 mSv and 0.41, 2.3 and 2.7 mSv, respectively...
  3. ncbi Naturally occurring radioactive material from the aluminium industry--a case study: the Egyptian Aluminium Company, Nag Hammady, Egypt
    Adel G E Abbady
    Physics Department, South Valley University, Faculty of Science, Qena, Egypt
    J Radiol Prot 26:415-22. 2006
    ..5 and 12.7 microSv y(-1) for the Guinean and Indian bauxite, the alumina and tail, respectively, which is well below the recommended allowed dose of 1 mSv y(-1) for non-exposed workers...