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[en] Thermoluminescence (TL) dating is a technique that is based on the analysis of light release when heating crystalline material. TL-dating is used in mineralogy and geology, but is also increasingly being applied for dating of anthropological, archaeological samples. This method is mainly used for pottery analysis. TL originates from the temperature induced release of energy, stored in the lattice structure of the crystal following long-term internal and external exposure to nuclear radiation from natural sources. TL accumulates in the material with time depending on the radiation (and light) exposure. The amount of accumulated TL is proportional to the age of the sample and inverse proportional to the nuclear radiation exposure of the sample.
[en] To keep the quantity of oil used constant, it needs to be downloaded from ever deeper layers of the Earth. At the same time, there is an increase in the radioactive background in areas of soil contaminated with oil products and accompanying oil flows with radionuclides and heavy metals. The development of effective methods for cleaning soils contaminated with heavy metals and radionuclides is one of the urgent problems of ensuring the Drought and science the population.
[en] Radiation mapping, as an area engaged in the collection, analysis and cartographic presentation of information on the state of the radiation situation, is currently the key to solving a number of complex ecological problems in the context of the widespread dissemination of cost-effective nuclear energy. Radiation-chemical mapping is divided into several interconnected components, and its basis is the collection of data obtained by remote sensing in the process of continuously produced, statistical field and laboratory studies.
[en] In the present work was given the electrical properties of TlInTe2 monocrystals at different temperatures and the effects of gamma radiation on these properties. TlInTe2 monocrystals were obtained by Bricmen method. Before and after irradiation, the voltage-amplifier (VAX) characteristics of the samples in the dark as well as the temperature dependence of the electrical conductivity were investigated. Measurements were carried out in the direction of the perpendicular to the c axis of the crystal. The samples were irradiated by the gamma rays with a 60Co isotope source. It has been determined from the VAC of the sample before irradiation that the electrical conductivity in the dark at a voltage range of 0.02-40 V at temperature of 300 K remained practically constant part and then increases poorly.
[en] It is known that anomalies of the radioactive field are associated with the presence of radioactive elements emerging on the surface of the deposits, their areas and scattering streams characterized by a high content of radioactive elements. For radionuclide analysis 5 test materials were taken from Dash-Salakhli bentonite clay.
[en] Measures for the extinguishing of fires at radioactive substances and their use are determined by taking into account the specific situation, methodical instructions for the preparation of operating plans and fire maps at power plants. Fire extinguishing at facilities with the presence of radioactive substances is associated with the elimination of as many hazardous factors as possible when designing fire plans and making operational decisions, depending on the current state of the fire. The main requirements for the operation of territories, buildings and buildings in context of radioactive contamination is the protection of personnel against ionizing radiation.
[en] Radon is located in the D, I. Mendeleyev's periodic table of chemical elements with atomic number 86, in group 8 of the 6 period. Simple radon in the normal condition is a colorless and radioactive inert gas with unstable isotopes. The gas is dangerous to health and the life. It is one of the most heavy gas by own molecular mass parameters. The most stable radon gas 222'Rn has a half-life about 4 days. Radioactive radon gas was discovered by Pierre and Marie Curie in 1899. Medicine, agriculture, metallurgy, geology, including hydrogeology and the forecasting of earthquakes are the radon's use fields.
[en] Raising the operating effectiveness of wells at different stages of their development is one of the most promising trends in oil-gas extraction branch. In connection with the increase of technogenic pollution of the environment, there is a need for control and environmental assessment of the quality of oil and gas production.
[en] The conference is dedicated to the very actual problem of nuclear energy production and chemical technology, which has been in the spotlight of the world scientific community for many years - radiation and chemical safety. It is hope that the result of this Conference will be an important stage in the history of science in the area of Radiation Chemical Safety.
[en] The main water-bearing and long-term rivers of Azerbaijan (the Kur and Araz) originate from mountain of Turkey, flowing on border or across the territory of other countries arrive on the territory of Azerbaijan, inter crossing on the Sabirabad district and flowing further in one stream passing the delta of Neftchala, flow into the Caspian Sea. These rivers polluted by the emission of toxic industrial wastes into small rivers flowing into these cross-border rivers and from both adjacent territories. Pollution of the larger rivers flowing through the territory of the country by various anthropogenous emissions promote to increase of the content of xenobiotics in objects of the environmental nature.