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Title: Factors Affecting Indoor Air Pollution with Radon
Authors: Salwa EI-Sobkey PhD
Keywords: radioactive gas, building materials, decay,
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: The fourth International Conference of Scientific Research and its Applications
Abstract: Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It is a decay product of natural radium and is found everywhere outdoors and indoors. It is released the ground and building materials into the air. It is formed in soil and from the decay of radium-226. it is released to the surrounding Ei~2'sphere. air, or water. It is trapped in the lung, decay, and deposition its particles energy in the lung tissue. It has different hazardous ending cancer. Radon enters houses primarily fi'om the ground through the building structure. It also enters from the building materials of nouse and the supply water system.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/14725
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