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Monitoringu Środowiska, Opole: Wojewódzki Inspektorat Ochrony Środowiska w Opolu; 2012. [15] Frontasyeva MV. Neutron activation analysis for the Life Sciences. A review. Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters. 2011;42(2):332-378. [16] Dmitriev AYu, Pavlov SS. Automatization of quantitative determination of element concentrations in samples by neutron activation analysis at the reactor IBR-2 FLNP JINR. Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters. 2013;10:58-64. [17] Olszowski T, Tomaszewska B, Góralna-Włodarczyk K. Air quality in

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Elemental accumulation in the black sea brown algae cystoseira studied by neutron activation analysis

;49:16-20. [9] Mironov OG, Kiryukhina LN, Alemov SV. Sanitary biological aspects of ecology of Sevastopol bays in the XX century. Sevastopol: EKOSI-Gidrofizika; 2003. [10] Kalugina-Gutnik AA. Macrophytobenthos of the Black Sea. Kiev: Naukova Dumka; 1974. [11] Frontasyeva MV. Neutron activation analysis for the Life Sciences. A review. Physics Element Particles Atomic Nuclei. 2011;42(2):332-378. DOI: 10.1134/S1063779611020043. [12] Dmitriev AYu, Pavlov SS. Automated quantitative determination of elements in samples by neutron

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Silver and Gold Ions Recovery from Batch Systems Using Spirulina platensis Biomass

, Song X. Bioaccumulation of Pb 2+ and its effects on growth, morphology and pigment contents of Spirulina (Arthrospira) platensis. J Ocean Univ China. 2008;7:397-403. DOI: 10.1007/s11802-008-0397-2. [12] Frontasyeva MV. Neutron activation analysis in the life sciences. A review. PEPAN. 2011;42:332-378. DOI: 10.1134/S1063779611020043. [13] Pavlov SS, Dmitriev AYu, Frontasyeva MV. Automation system for neutron activation analysis at the reactor IBR-2, Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. J Radioanalyt

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A Ten-Year Biomonitoring Study of Atmospheric Deposition of Trace Elements at the Territory of the Republic of Belarus

] Harmens H, Frontasyeva MV. Heavy metals, nitrogen and POPs in European mosses: 2015 survey. 1st ed. Bangor, UK: ICP Vegetation Programme Coordination Centre, CEH; 2014. (accessed 06/03/2018). [7] Frontasyeva MV. Neutron activation analysis for the Life Sciences. A review. Ph of Particles and Nuclei. 2011;42(2):332-378. DOI: 10.1134/S1063779611020043. [8] Pavlov SS, Dmitriev AY, Frontasyeva MV. Automation system for neutron activation analysis at the reactor IBR-2

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Assessment of industrial contamination of agricultural soil adjacent to Sadat City, Egypt

References [1] El-Tahawy M, Nassef M, Gamal Y, Zaky L. Radiological Assessment of Natural and Man-made Radioactivity in Two New Industrial Egyptian Cities. VIII Radiation Physics & Protection Conference, 13-15 November, Beni Sueif - Fayoum, Egypt, 2006. . [2] Arafa W, Badawy W, Fahmi N, Ali Kh, Gad M, Duliu O, et al. Geochemistry of sediments and surface soils from the Nile Delta and lower Nile valley studied by epithermal neutron activation analysis. J Afr Earth Sci

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Active Moss Biomonitoring of Trace Elements Air Pollution in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

;2:65-77. . [11] Aničić M, Frontasyeva MV, Tomašević M, Popović A. Assessment of atmospheric deposition of heavy metals and other elements in Belgrade using the moss biomonitoring technique and neutron activation analysis. Environ Monit Assess. 2007;129:207-219. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-006-9354-y. [12] Zinicovscaia I, Hramco C, Duliu OG, Vergel K, Culicov OA, Frontasyeva MV, et al. Air pollution study in the Republic of Moldova using moss biomonitoring technique. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 2017

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Uptake of Metals from Single and Multi-Component Systems by Spirulina Platensis Biomass

reactors for neutron activation analysis. Report of an Advisory Group meeting held in Vienna, 22-26 June 1998. IAEA, Austria, 2001. [17] Frontasyeva MV. Neutron activation analysis for the life sciences. Phys Part Nuclei. 2011;42:332-378. DOI: 10.1134/S1063779611020043. [18] Cecal A, Humelnicu D, Popa K, Rudic V, Gulea A, Palamaru I, et al. Bioleaching of UO2 2+ ions from poor uranium ores by means of cyanobacteria. J Radioanal Nucl Chem. 2000

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Determination of 16 Elements in Tobacco by Neutron Activation Analysis


The determination of 16 elements in raw tobacco by neutron activation analysis is discussed. The 8 elements Al, Ca, Mg, Cl, Mn, K, Na and Br can be determined by purely instrumental means; this leads to a high sample capacity per working day and to a fast availability of analyticaI results. Contrary to this, the determination of the heavy metals Hg, Cu, Mo, Cd, Zn, Co, As and Sb has to be preceded by chemicaI separation which is accomplished by extractions with different metal-diethyldithiocarbamates as reagents. The variation coefficient is typically ± 4 %. The Iowest and highest values of the concentrations which were found in the analysis of 20 different raw tobaccos are given.

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Elemental composition of fly ash: a comparative study using nuclear and related analytical techniques / Skład pierwiastkowy popiołów lotnych: studium przypadku z wykorzystaniem metod nuklearnych i analitycznych

African fly ash to treat acid mine drainage, and production of high quality zeolites from the residual solids. In: Proceedings of the 2003 International Ash Utilisation Symposium. University of Kentucky, USA, Paper no. 61. [25] Dmitriev AY, Pavlov SS. Automation of quantitative determination of elemental content of samples by neutron activation analysis at the reactor IBR-2 in FLNP JINR. Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters. 2013;10(178):58-64. DOI: 10.1134/S1547477113010056. [26] National Institute of Standards

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Neutron Activation Analysis in Tobacco and Cigarette Smoke Studies: The Halogens

References 1. Nadkarni, R. A., and W. D. Ehmann: Instrumental neutron activation analysis of tobacco products; Modern trends in activation analyses, National Bureau of Standards (Washington, D.C.) Pub!. No. 312, 1969, 190-196. 2. Nadkarni, R. A., and W. D. Ehmann: Determination of trace elements in the reference cigarette tobacco by neutron activation analyses; Radiod!.em. Radioanal. Lett. 2 (1969) 161-168. 3. Nadkami, R. A., W. D. Ehmann and 0. Burdick: Investigations on the relative transference of trace

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