Improvement on indoor radon accumulation rate in CST Laboratories at Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria
Radon is becoming one of the most extensively investigated human carcinogens. Radon and its progeny in the air contribute to human exposure from natural radiation sources. The present study analyzed the indoor radon concentration in air at several laboratory spaces of CST building using RAD7 electronic radon detector. The measured radon concentration ranged ...
Published at International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology
Published in 2018
Usikalu M. R, Onumejor C. A, Akinpelu A and Ayara W. A
Akinpelu Akinwumi » Akinwumi has B.Tech. Honors in pure and applied Physics from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso. He obtained his first masters degree in condensed matter physics from University of Ibadan. He is currently rounding off a master’s program in renewable energy and material science at Covenant University, Ota. In addition, during his Master’s program, he worked on numerical... view full profile
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