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International Journal of Radiation Research
Background:The natural radioacvity levels in soil samples of Karadağ Mountain in central Anatolia region have been determined. Materials and Methods: Analyses on the collected samples were performed to determine gross alpha and beta radioacvity concentraons by using a gas-flow proporonal counter and the concentraons of 238 U, 232 Th and 40 K by using a NaI(Tl) scinllaon detector. Results: The esmated acvies of gross alpha and beta ranged between 305.155±46.830 and 1305.437±77.23 Bq.kg-1,fatcat:lqtumjskszgmjjr4y4yij77wnq