On Radiation Protection

Original Language Title: o radiační ochraně

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307/2002 Sb.



DECREE



The State Office for nuclear safety



of 13 October. June 2002



on radiation protection



Change: 499/2005 Sb.



Change: 389/2009 Sb.



State Office for nuclear safety shall be determined according to § 47 para. 7 to the

implement section 2 (a). h) section 4, section 2 (a). Gg), § 4, paragraph 4. 4, 5, 6, 7, 11

and 12, § 6 (1). 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, § 7 (2). 3, § 8 para. 1, § 9 para. 1

(a). (h)), i), (j)), and r), § 13 para. 3 (b). (d)), § 17 para. 1 (b). d), §

18 paragraph 1. 1 (b). and), (c)), section 22 (b). (e)), § 24 para. 4 and 6, I. I. 7,

I. 8, 12 and 13 of annex I to the Act No. 18/1997 Coll. on peaceful uses of

of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation (the Atomic Act) and on the amendment and

to certain laws, as amended by Act No. 82/1998 Coll. and Act No.

13/2002 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act"):



PART THE FIRST



INTRODUCTORY AND GENERAL PROVISIONS



TITLE I OF THE



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Ordinance in accordance with the law of the European Communities ^ 1)

modifies the



and details for how to) and the range of collateral radiation protection when

work in workplaces where they perform radiation activity, including

the details for the definition, labelling and notification or approval

monitored or controlled zones at these workplaces



(b) to carry out activities for details) in connection with the performance of the work,

that are associated with an increased presence of natural radionuclides or

with the increased influence of cosmic radiation and lead or could lead to the

a significant increase in the exposure of individuals (hereinafter referred to as "the working activities

with increased exposure from natural sources "), by providing for the interested

the site and the person measuring range and guideline values for interventions to

reduction of elevated exposures from natural sources,



(c) guidelines for details) the preparation and implementation of interventions to prevent

or reduce exposure, and provides guideline values for these interventions,



(d)) exemption levels, release levels, limits of exposure, optimization

the limits, the limit values for the content of natural radionuclides in construction

materials and waters, and maximum permitted levels of radioactive

contamination of food,



e) details to classify the sources of ionizing radiation and categorization

exposed workers and workplaces where they perform radiation activities



f) technical and organisational requirements, procedures and guideline values for

demonstration of the optimization of radiation protection,



(g)), the scope and management of sources of ionizing radiation, waste

radioactive waste management and the placing of radionuclides to the environment, to

which are subject to authorisation, and edits the details for ensuring radiation

These radiation protection activities,



h) conditions for medical exposure, diagnostic reference levels and

rules for the exposure of individuals voluntarily helping persons

patients undergoing medical exposure.



I) lays down the technical and organizational conditions for the safe operation of the sources

ionizing radiation and workplaces with them, including high-and

abandoned radiators



j) defines variables, parameters, and really important in terms of

radiation protection, the scope of their monitoring, measurement, evaluation,

authentication, registration, evidence and the way of transmission of data to the

the Office for nuclear safety (hereinafter referred to as "the authority").



(2) this Ordinance shall not apply to the exposure of natural background, it is

the radionuclides contained naturally in the human body, to cosmic radiation,

that is common on the Earth's surface, or radiation caused by the

radionuclides present in the intact human activity on the Earth's crust and

other exposures from natural sources of ionizing radiation nemodifikovaná

human activities.



(3) this Ordinance has been notified in accordance with the directive of the European

Parliament and Council Directive 98/34/EC of 22 December 2004. June 1998 on the procedure for the provision of

information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of rules on services,

the information society, as amended by Directive 98/48/EC.



§ 2



Basic concepts



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



activation-the process), in which a stable nuclide is transformed into

radionuclide radiation particles or gamma radiation of high energy,



(b)) normal operation-operation of sources of ionizing radiation, under the conditions

set out in a permit for its operation or handling, and in

approved documentation



c) radiation-the device or generator device sending ionizing

radiation and containing components operating at a potential difference of more than 5 kV,

in particular, the x-ray equipment ^ 3) and particle accelerators,



d) cosmic radiation – ionizing radiation of cosmic origin,



e) medical supervision-monitoring medical fitness and development

health of workers and of the aspects of the category of possible influences

ionizing radiation on their health, carried out in the framework of the

occupational health services,



(f))-targeted monitoring, measurement of quantities characterizing the exposure,

the field of radiation or radionuclides, and evaluation of the results of these measurements for

the purpose of the streamlining of the exposure,



g) dosimetry service beneficiary-the person who performs on his own

the responsibility of reading or interpretation of individual monitoring devices registered

or other reviews or external radiation measurement

of radioactivity in the human body or in biological samples, or

evaluation of the internal radiation exposure, which allows to determine the annual effective dose

or her time (hereinafter referred to as "personal dosimetry service"), and which is

the holder of an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act,



h) authorized by a doctor-physician medical device that provides

employers occupational health services for workers in category A,



I) personal benefits-summary descriptions for quantities characterizing the

the degree of external and internal exposure of individuals, in particular effective

dose, time effective dose and equivalent dose in each

organs or tissues; personal benefits individual monitoring shall be measured,



j) open-emitter-radionuclide radiopharmaceutical radiator that is not

a sealed radiator, radionuclide



k) workplace with open radiator-the workplace, where it is treated with

Open radionuklidovými the radiator,



l) place to work-part workplace characterized by unequivocal

their trademarks (insulation, ventilation and shield) properties

defined spatially or technologically (desk, application or

the inquiry box, hood, welded reinforced vacuum Cabinet, etc.),

may be carried out individual work with sources of ionizing radiation; in

one room may be more jobs if every form of

separate entity in terms of work organisation,



m) natural source of ionizing radiation ionizing radiation source

terrestrial or cosmic origin,



n) radioactive contamination-contamination of any material, or its

the surface, the environment or a person radioactive substance; in terms of human

the body includes both external skin contamination and internal contamination without

regardless of the path of income,



a medical physics expert)-a healthcare professional with expert

competence to practise the profession of radiological physics under special

legislation ^ 5b),



p) radiological device-medical device ^ 6) used to

investigation or treatment in nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, or

radiodiagnostic medicine, which is also the source of ionizing radiation or

that can affect the exposure of patients or other individuals undergoing

medical exposure.



r) radiological procedures-the procedures concerning any medical

radiation in nuclear medicine, radiotherapy or radiodiagnostic medicine,



with) radionuclide-kind of atoms that have the same number of protons, the same

the number of neutrons the same energy State and which are subject to spontaneous

change in the composition or the State of atomic nuclei,



t) radionuclide radiator-the source of ionizing radiation that contains

radioactive substances where the sum of the activities of radionuclides and shares

exemption levels of activities for these radionuclides is greater than 1, and

at the same time the sum of the shares of the nuclide of radionuclides and

exemption levels of activity for these radionuclides by weight is

greater than 1,



u) diagnostic-related to radiodiagnostic medicine in nuclear

in vivo medicine, medical diagnostic radiology, and dental

diagnostic radiology,



in radiotherapeutic)-related to radiotherapy including nuclear

medicine for therapeutic purposes,



w particle accelerator)-radiation generator of energy higher than 1 MeV, in

which are accelerated by a particle



x) an artificial source of ionizing radiation-another source of ionizing radiation

than the natural source of ionizing radiation,



y) sealed radioactive-radioactive heater radiator, whose

Edit, for example, encapsulation or protective overlay, secures

the tests verified the tightness and excludes, under foreseeable conditions

use and wear, leakage of radionuclides from the radiator,



from a radiation-exposure) inside a person to ionizing radiation from radionuclides

naturally occurring in the body of this person, usually as a result of income

radionuclide ingestion or inhalation,




AA) health screening-a diagnostic procedure in which it is used

radiological devices to ensure timely diagnosis of risk

groups of the population,



BB) outlet-liquid or gaseous substance emitted into the

an environment that contains radionuclides in amounts not exceeding

clearance levels or emitted into the environment under the conditions

specified in the authorization for marketing of radionuclides into the environment,



CC) external radiation exposure of persons to ionizing radiation-from sources

ionizing radiation, which are located outside the EU,



DD) disposal of radioactive waste-the location of the radioactive

the waste at the store or at a specific location without intending to use them again;

the disposal also includes legitimate releases of radioactive waste

directly into the environment and its subsequent dispersion.



EE) abandoned Radiator-closed radiator that is not undertaking under

the supervision laid down the law and whose activity at the time of his

the award is higher than the exemption level of activity under section 5. Abandoned

a source is a source that, in particular, under the supervision of laid down by

the legislation never was, or has been abandoned, lost, stolen or transferred

without notice to the recipient or, without notice of the authority,



FF) high-activity radioactive heater radiator-closed, whose

activity at the time of manufacture or, if this period is not known, at the time of his

the first placing on the market is equal to or higher than the level

activities referred to in annex 2,



Gg) unused source-the source of ionizing radiation, which is no longer to

the activities for which the Office was granted a permit in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b).

I) of the Act, does not use, and whose further use for this activity is

It is not expected



HH) recognized stock-workplace the legitimate Authority in the conditions of the permit

According to § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) or i) of the Act to collect or

long-term storage of radionuclide emitters, including high-activity

radiators, where applicable, to their reworking.



§ 3



Quantities of radiation protection



For the purposes of this order, the quantities of radiation protection means



and equivalent dose, HT), which is the product of the radiation weighting factor, wR

referred to in table 1 of annex 5 and medium dose absorbed ^ 7)

DTR in organ or tissue T for ionizing radiation R, or the sum of such

of the products of, if the radiation field is composed of multiple species or

energy,



(b)) the effective dose (E), which is the sum of the products of the tissue weighting factors

WT listed in table 2 in annex 5 and equivalent dose HT in

the irradiated tissues or organs T,



c) collective effective. equivalent dose, which is the sum of the

effective, or. equivalent doses of all individuals in a particular

the group,



d) time effective dose E (tau). equivalent dose HT (tau), which

is the time integral of the input of the effective dose, respectively. equivalent dose

for tau from receipt of the radionuclide; unless stated otherwise, this time

50 years for receipt of radionuclides in adults and the period up to the age of 70 for

the intake of radionuclides in children; Similarly, it is also defined by the time collective

effective, or. equivalent dose,



e) dose equivalent H, which is the product of the absorbed dose in the IP

point of the tissue and the quality factor Q referred to in table 3 of the annex No.

5 expressing the different biological effectiveness of different types of radiation,



(f)) the personal dose equivalent Hp (d), which is the dose equivalent at a given

point below the surface of the body at a depth of tissue (d),



g) equivalent volume activity of radon aekv, which is the weighted sum of

activity concentration ^ 7) a1 polonia 218, a2 activity concentration of lead 214 and

a3 activity concentration specified by the relationship aekv bismuth 214 = 0.106. a1 +

0,513. a2 + a3, 0,381.



h) activity concentration index I, which is the number specified on the basis of

Nuclide to-40, Ra-226 and Th-228 the relation I = aK/3000 Bq.kg-1

+ aRa/300 Bq.kg-1 + aTh/200 Bq.kg-1,



I) intake, which is the activity of the radionuclide in the body of the received

environment, usually by ingestion or inhalation,



j) conversion factor income, which is a coefficient indicating the effective dose

attributable to the unit; the conventional values of the conversion factors

income from ingesting iing. inhalation of iinh, calculated on the basis of

the standard models are listed in the tables in annex 3,



k) photon dose equivalent, which is a expozice7) multiplied by the factor

38.76 Sv. C-1.kg.



TITLE II



CLASSIFICATION OF SOURCES OF IONIZING RADIATION



(§ 4 para. 12 of the law)



§ 4



The criteria for classifying sources



(1) sources of ionizing radiation, according to the upward risks to health and

environmental ionizing radiation shall be classified as a minor,

small, simple, relevant and very important, on the basis of



and) of the dose equivalent,



(b)) technical adjustments and how to perform,



(c)) activity, and mass activity of radionuclide emitters, generally in the

relation to zprošťovacím levels,



(d) the escape of radionuclides) of radionuclide emitters,



(e)) the possibility of radioactive waste and the performance of their

disposal,



(f)) of a typical form of treatment and the extent of potential exposure, related



g) potential harm resulting from the foreseeable failures and

deviations from normal operation, unauthorized use, or improper

the use of the



h) risk of radiation accident or disaster, the severity of the consequences

such an event and the possibility of interference.



(2) having regard to the typical method of management of sources of ionising

radiation related peace possible exposure and potential risk arising

from foreseeable faults and deviations from normal operation, the Office may

the framework of the type-approval, pursuant to section 23 of the Act or in the issue of the

to enable the management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1

(a). I) Act or for consumer products in the framework of the authorisation to

their manufacture or preparation or for their import or export pursuant to § 9

paragraph. 1 (b). with) of the Act to decide on the classification, other than those specified in

§ 6-10.



§ 5



Exemption levels



(1) the exemption levels of activity are for individual radionuclides

set the values of activity ^ 7) in the second column of table 1 of the annex

No 1 and exemption levels activity concentration by weight values

activity ^ 7) in the third column of table 1 of annex 1. Exemption

levels of activity applicable to the total quantity of radioactive material in

^ 8) held by one person as part of a specific radiation activity.



(2) For radionuclides that are marked in the first column of table 1 of the annex No.

1 and listed in table 2 of annex 1, the exemption levels according to the

paragraph 1 shall apply not only to itself, but these radionuclides

These radionuclides are also represented in the balance with those of their products

radioactive transformations that are listed in the second column of table 2

Annex No. 1.



(3) for a mixture of radionuclides is not exceeding the exemption level

been fulfilled, that the



and the sum of the activities of individual shares) of radionuclides and the relevant

exemption activity levels no higher than 1, or



(b) the sum of the shares by weight) the activities of individual radionuclides and

the relevant exemption levels of activity by weight is not higher than 1;

When the totals according to letters a) and b) are added together, always shares for all

radionuclides, represented in substance, in addition to the radionuclides referred to in the second

column of table 2 in annex No. 1.



(4) exemption levels do not apply to the placing of radionuclides to the

of the environment. The marketing of radionuclides into the environment from the

permitted activities subject to radiological clearance levels pursuant to §

57. The release of radionuclides into the environment from working

activities with increased exposure from natural sources are subject to

clearance levels under section 89.



§ 6



Insignificant sources



Minor source of ionizing radiation is



and) electrical equipment emitting ionizing radiation, but not containing

components working with difference voltage exceeding 5 kV,



(b)) and the cathode tube intended for the display of or any other electrical

a device operating at a potential difference not exceeding 30 kV, for which

power dose equivalent at any accessible point in the

a distance of 0.1 m from the surface of the device is less than 1 mikroSv/h,



c) radioactive substance, for which the sum of the activities of radionuclides and shares

the applicable exemption level of activity is not greater than 1 or the sum of the

shares of the nuclide of radionuclides and the relevant exemption

levels of activity concentration is greater than 1,



(d)), in which the radiopharmaceutical radiator combined share of activities

radionuclides and the relevant exemption levels of activity or the sum of the

shares of the nuclide of radionuclides and the relevant exemption

levels of activity concentration is greater than 10,



e) equipment containing radioactive sealed radiator designed

the power consumption of the dose equivalent at any accessible point in the

a distance of 0.1 m from the surface of the device is less than 1 mikroSv/h, and

at the same time having regard to the typical way of handling, related degree


the possible exposure and potential threats resulting from the foreseeable

disorders and deviations from normal operation, this classification was confirmed in

the framework of the type-approval, pursuant to section 23 of the Act or in the issue of the

to enable the management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1

(a). I) of the Act for the production, import or distribution of these devices,



f) material contaminated with radionuclides originating from authorised the marketing of

radionuclides into the environment, according to § 9 para. 1 (b). h) of the Act,

If the Office, in the conditions of the relevant authorisation has not stipulated otherwise,



g) consumer product with radionuclides, including fire detectors, ionization

not covered by the provisions of section 7 (b). (e)), if the

authorization to manufacture or preparation or for their import or export

According to § 9 para. 1 (b). with the law was not otherwise specified).



§ 7



Minor sources



Small source of ionizing radiation is



and radiation generator) is not a least, designed

the power consumption of the dose equivalent at any accessible point in the

a distance of 0.1 m from the surface of the device is less than 1 mikroSv/h

the exception specified under normal working conditions for the handling and

operation of the appliance exclusively with his hands where they can input dose equivalent

up to 250 mikroSv/h,



(b)) a closed radiator that is not radioactive minor source, for

where the sum of the shares of the activities of radionuclides and the relevant exemption

activity levels or by weight of the total activities of radionuclides and

applicable exemption levels of activity concentration is less than 100 in

the case of the long-term alpha emitters, including alpha-neutron sources, and

less than 1000 in the other cases,



c) equipment containing radioactive sealed radiator, which is not

minor source, designed so that the power consumption of the dose equivalent

on any accessible place, at a distance of 0.1 m from the surface of the device

is less than 1 mikroSv/h, with the exception of places designated under normal working

conditions for the handling and operation of the appliance exclusively with your hands, where it can

power dose equivalent up to 250 mikroSv/h, which with

a view on the typical way of handling related peace possible

exposure and potential risk arising from a foreseeable failures and

deviations from normal operation, this classification was confirmed in the framework of the

a type-approval in accordance with § 23 of the Act or in the issue of permits to

management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I)

the law for the manufacture, import or distribution of these devices,



(d) radioactive heater) open that is not insignificant source for

which the combined share of activities or weight of the activities of individual

radionuclides and values activities or weight of these activities

radionuclides listed in table 1 of annex 1 is less than 10,



e) ionization smoke detectors of fire, which is greater than the sum of the activities of the radiators

ten times the exemption levels of activity,

at the same time in one building and held by one person.



§ 8



Simple source



Simple sources of ionizing radiation are all sources

ionizing radiation, which are not insignificant, minor, major

even very important sources of ionizing radiation.



§ 9



Significant resources



A major source of ionizing radiation is



and radiation generator intended to) radiotherapy or radiodiagnostic medicine in

human medicine, in addition to the bone densitometrů, cabin x-ray

equipment and dental x-ray equipment,



b) particle accelerator, in which having regard to the typical way of handling

it related the degree of possible exposure and potential risk arising from

foreseeable disorders and deviations from the normal operation of this classification

confirmed in the framework of the type-approval, pursuant to section 23 of the Act, or within

the issue of permits to the management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with section 9 of the

paragraph. 1 (b). I) of the Act,



c) source of ionizing radiation intended to radiotherapy protons, neutrons and

other heavy particles,



d) equipment containing sealed radioactive emitters, intended for

radiotherapy, including brachytherapy, in addition to the equipment with a view

the typical way of handling, related peace possible exposure and

potential risk arising from a foreseeable faults and deviations from the

normal operation of a type-approval has been under under section 23 of the Act

or in the context of the issue of permits to the management of sources of ionizing radiation

According to § 9 para. 1 (b). I) of the Act addressed to another classification,



e) radiopharmaceutical ozařovač for the irradiation of foods and raw materials or other

stationary industrial ozařovač, in which, having regard to the content of the

radionuclides to the batch input and having regard to the typical way of loading

with them, related to the possible exposure and the level of potential risk arising

from foreseeable faults and deviations from normal operation, this

the classification of the type-approval of confirmed pursuant to section 23 of the Act, or

in the context of the issue of permits to the management of sources of ionizing radiation by

§ 9 para. 1 (b). I) of the Act,



f flaw detector with closed) mobile emitters, radionuklidovými



g) high-activity radiator.



§ 10



Very significant resources



A very significant source of ionizing radiation is a nuclear reactor.



TITLE III



CATEGORIZATION OF CENTRES, WHERE THEY PERFORM RADIATION ACTIVITIES



(§ 4 para. 12 of the law)



§ 11



The criteria for categorization of sites



(1) a Workplace where they perform radiation activity, in addition to

workplaces where they are used solely to be insignificant or type-approved

minor sources of ionizing radiation, categorized in ascending order according to the

threats to health and the environment, at work with ionising radiation

I., II., III. and (IV). categories based on



and classification of sources of ionizing radiation), which assumes that the

with them will be at the workplace,



(b) the expected normal operation of the workplace) and related rates possible

the exposure of workers and the general public,



(c) radiation activities) focus and intensity to ensure radiation

protection and quality of this work,



d) equipment and a safe workplace for working with resources

ionizing radiation, in particular, safety equipment, insulation and

Shield devices, performing ventilation and sanitation,



(e)) the possibility of radioactive contamination in the workplace or around the

radionuclides,



f) the possibility of radioactive waste and the performance of their

disposal,



g) potential harm resulting from the foreseeable failures and

deviations from normal operation,



h) risk of radiation accident or disaster, the severity of the consequences

such an event and the possibility of interference.



(2) the offices not listed in § 12 to 15 shall be assigned to II. the categories, if

The Office in proceedings for the issue of permits to the management of resources

ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I) Decides to act, other

the categorization. Having regard to the typical method of operation of the workplace, and

the related degree of possible exposure of workers and the general public and

potential risk arising from a foreseeable faults and deviations from the

normal operation, the authority may, in proceedings for the issue of a permit to operate

workplace according to § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act or a permit to dispose of

sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I) of the Act

decide on a different categorization than specified in § 12 to 15.



§ 12



Site category



Workplace category I is



and workplace with small type) non-ionizing

radiation,



b) workplace with bone densitometrem,



c) workplace with a health, dental or cabin x-ray

the device,



d) workplace with the indicating or measuring device containing a closed

radioactive heater on which character does not require radiation activities

defining zones



e) workplace with technical x-ray equipment, in which the character of

radiation activity does not require the definition of controlled area,



f) workplace with open radionuklidovými the radiator, if equipment

insulation and ventilation devices and the level of implementation of sanitation

meets the minimum requirements according to table 1 of annex 4 and

the inclusion of this category in the context of the Office confirmed the authorisation to

management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I)

the law.



section 13 of the



Workplace II. category



Workplace II. a category is a



and with a simple source of) ionizing radiation, which is not

workplace category I,



b) workplace with x-ray equipment intended for radiodiagnostic medicine or

radiotherapy, in addition to the bone densitometrů, cabin and dental

x-ray equipment and x-ray equipment, except veterinary



(c)) of the workplace with the mobile closed-conduit radionuclide

radiator,



d) workplace with mobile ozařovačem with sealed radioactive

radiator, except those workplaces in which having regard to the typical way

operation of the workplace, the level of potential exposure and the related potential

risk arising from a foreseeable faults and deviations from normal operation


their inclusion in the other categories specified in the procedure for the issue of

permit to operate a workplace according to § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, or

to enable the management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1

(a). I) law to handle such ozařovači,



e) workplace with indication or measuring devices containing

sealed radioactive sources, in which the character of the radiation activities

requires defining the zones,



f) workplaces with technical x-ray devices, on which the character

radiation requires defining a controlled zone,



(g)) the offices with open radionuklidovými the radiator, if equipment

insulation and ventilation devices and the level of implementation of sanitation

meets the minimum requirements according to table 1 of annex 4 and

the inclusion of this category in the context of the Office confirmed the authorisation to

management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I)

the law,



h) workplace with compact mimotělovým ozařovačem blood with closed

radionuclide radiator.



§ 14



Workplace III. category



Workplace III. a category is a



and with a particle accelerator), in addition to those sites, which with

regard to the typical method of operation of the workplace, the related peace possible

exposure and potential risk arising from a foreseeable failures and

deviations from the normal operation of their inclusion in the other categories

addressed in the context of proceedings for the issue of a permit to operate pursuant to section 9 of the workplace

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act or a permit to management of resources

ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I) of the Act,



b) workplace equipment containing sealed radioactive heater

intended for radiotherapy, including brachytherapy, classified as

an important source,



c) recognised by the UK,



d) workplace with open radionuklidovými the radiator, if equipment

insulation and ventilation devices and the level of implementation of sanitation

meets the minimum requirements according to table 1 of annex 4 and

the inclusion of this category in the context of the Office confirmed the authorisation to

management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I)

the law,



(e)) of the workplace with stationary industrial ozařovačem intended for

the irradiation of foodstuffs and raw materials, subjects of normal use, or other

materials,



f) site for the extraction and processing of uranium ore, involving mining,

editing, loading the concentrate, operation of the decontamination stations,

the collection of mining activity on odvalech products and sludge

fields.



§ 15



Workplace IV. category



Workplace IV. a category is a



and a nuclear device) within the meaning of section 2 (a). (h) point 1 of the law),



b) storage of radioactive waste within the meaning of section 2 (a). u) of the Act,



(c)) the offices with open radionuklidovými the radiator, that having regard to the

high activity processed simultaneously on a single work site, on the

a typical method of operation of the workplace and related peace potential exposure and

potential risk arising from a foreseeable deviations from normal

operation, from accidents or accidents cannot be classified in a lower category,



d) irradiated or irradiated nuclear fuel.



section 16 of the



Categorization of exposed workers



(§ 4 para. 12 of the law)



(1) for the purposes of monitoring and medical supervision radiation workers

According to the health threats to ionizing radiation shall be classified in category A, or

(B) on the basis of the expected exposure during normal operation and when

foreseeable disorders and deviations from normal operation, with the exception of

as a result of radiation exposure accidents or crashes.



(2) category A workers are exposed workers who could

to receive an effective dose greater than 6 mSv per year or an equivalent dose

greater than three tenths of the exposure limit for the lens of the eye, skin and extremities

provided for in section 20 (2). 1 (b). c) to (e)); other radiation workers

are category B workers.



TITLE IV



OPTIMIZATION AND DOSE LIMITS



(Section 4, paragraph 4, and 6 of the Act)



§ 17



Optimization of radiation protection



(1) the optimization of radiation protection shall be carried out



and) prior to the activity resulting in exposure assessment and comparison

variants of solution of the radiation protection, that when the proposed action

under consideration and assessment of the necessary expenses on appropriate protective

measures, the assessment of collective security benefits and for the relevant

the reference groups of the population,



(b) when carrying out an activity) leading to the exposure of a regular analysis of the

in relation to the benefits received by the capacity, taking into account the possible

other measures to ensure the radiation protection and by comparing like with like

already operated, and socially acceptable activities



(c)) before the intervention to prevent or reduce exposure assessment

possible options and choice in a way such that the implementation,

scope and duration, will bring the greatest net benefit,



(d)) in implementing the intervention analysis of the received benefits in relation to the

measures and taking account of the changes to the selected measures and procedures.



(2) in the context of the optimization of radiation protection to be all exposures

planned and kept as low as reasonably achievable with

taking into account economic and social factors. Variants of radiation

protection, as assessed in the context of optimization of radiological protection must not lead to

the exposure that would exceed the dose limits or constraints,

If they are fixed to the case. When the stanovovaní optimization

the limits for individual activities resulting in exposure or individual source

the authority shall take into account the existing radiation experience with similar

activities and resources so that the level of radiation protection is not less than

It has already been achieved in practice, and consider also the possible influence of other activities and

resources so that overall there was no exceeding of dose limits.



(3) when the optimization of radiation protection are typically compare the cost

on various measures to improve radiation protection, such as moving people

or build additional barriers, with the financial rating of the expected

reduce exposure ("benefits"). Reasonably achievable

the level of radiation protection shall be considered established and measures may not be

done, if the costs were higher than the contribution of measures and

If the measure does not require specific social conditions. The contribution of

This procedure measures the monetised by reduction of the collective

the effective dose for a group of people under consideration is multiplied by a factor



and 0.5 million). EUR/MW radiation activity, where the average effective dose in

an individual shall not exceed one-tenth of the relevant dose limits,



(b)) 1 million. EUR/MW radiation activity, where the average effective dose in

individuals exceeds one tenth of a, but not by three tenths of a

the relevant dose limits,



c) 2.5 mil. EUR/MW radiation activity, where the average effective dose in

individuals exceeds three tenths of the dose limits, appropriate



(d)) 1 million. CZK/mass for medical exposure,



e) 0.5 million. CZK/mass for exposures from natural sources of ionizing radiation,

that are not deliberately used,



f) 2.5 mil. CZK/mass for emergency exposure.



(4) the reasonably achievable level of radiation protection shall be considered

sufficiently proven also in those cases where the radiation

activities, or foreseeable deviations from the normal operation of the annual

the effective dose for each of the exposed workers does not exceed 1 mSv and

the annual effective dose for no other persons will not exceed 50 mikroSv and

workplace IV. the category of collective effective dose of 1 Sv.

such cases do not need to perform the optimization of radiation protection

the procedures referred to in paragraph 3.



(5) the Optimization of the limits for the operation of nuclear-power equipment is

the collective effective dose 4 Sv per calendar year for each installed

GW performance related to the exposure of all the exposed workers, for which the

According to the monitoring programme carried out personal monitoring.



section 18



System of limits for limiting exposure



(1) limiting the exposure of individuals are exposed to ionizing

radiation shall be ensured



and dose limits) as binding quantitative indicators for the total

the exposure of radiation activity, beyond which is not in the set

cases be permitted; dose limits are divided into



1. General limits,



2. limits for radiation workers and



3. limits for apprentices and students



(b)) other ingredients derived limits, such as quantitative indicators,

expressed in measurable quantities and used in selected

cases, demonstrating that the limits for radiation workers are not

are exceeded,



(c) the authorized limits, such as binding) quantitative indicators

laid down, usually as a result of optimization of radiation protection, for

individual radiation activity or single source of ionizing radiation

Authority in the relevant authorisation.



(2) for occupational exposure is not to exceed the dose limits considered

sufficiently proven, if not exceeded, the derived limits laid down in

section 22.



(3) for radiation activities or sources of ionizing radiation, which are


in the terms of authorisation by the authority of the authorized limits set out under section 4

paragraph. 6 of the Act specifically for the activity or resource is not

these authorized levels considered sufficient to establish

not to exceed the dose limits.



(4) The drawing of dose limits is not the exposure from natural

resources, in addition to the exposure of those natural resources that are consciously and

intentionally used, in addition to the cases provided for in § 91.



§ 19



General limits



(1) General limits are



and for the sum of the effective doses) of external exposure and time efficient

benefits of internal exposure value of 1 mSv per calendar year, or

the conditions laid down in the authorisation for the operation of the workplace III. or (IV).

category value of 5 mSv for exceptionally for 5 consecutive

calendar years,



(b)) for the equivalent dose in the lens of the eye 15 mSv per value date

year,



(c)) for the average equivalent dose at 1 cm2 of skin 50 mSv per

calendar year.



(2) the General limits apply to the total exposure from all radiation

activities, in addition to



and occupational), pursuant to section 2 (a). x) point 1 of the Act,



(b)), which are knowingly, voluntarily and after learning about the risks with

the related exposure of individuals for their specialized training on

the profession of sources of ionizing radiation,



c) medical exposure in accordance with § 2 (b). x) section 2 of the Act,



d) accidental exposure pursuant to section 2 (a). x) section 3 of the Act,



e) accidental occupational exposure pursuant to section 2 (a). x) point 4

the law,



(f)) of the special cases referred to in section 23.



(3) the General limits are based on average calculated irradiance in the critical

a group of the population, and that for all the routes of exposure from all sources

ionizing radiation and all the activities leading to the exposure of that

under consideration. If no direct basis for calculation, the

Conservative estimates of variations in the factors that influence the spread of radionuclides

or the exposure of individuals in the critical group, and that the procedures under section 74.



section 20



Limits for radiation workers



(1) the limits for radiation workers are



and for the sum of the effective doses) of external exposure and time efficient

benefits of internal exposure value of 100 mSv in 5 consecutive

calendar years,



(b)) for the sum of the effective doses from external exposure and time efficient

benefits of internal exposure value of 50 mSv per calendar year



(c)) for the equivalent dose in the lens of the eye 150 mSv per value date

year,



(d)) for the average equivalent dose at 1 cm2 of skin 500 mSv per value

the calendar year,



(e)) for the equivalent dose for the hands from fingertips to the forearm and legs from

feet up to the ankles, the value 500 mSv per calendar year.



(2) the limits for radiation workers apply to occupational exposure, IE.

the exposure to which they are exposed in relation to work performed

radiation workers.



(3) the Limits for radiation workers apply to the sum of the doses from all

exposure pathways and in all work activities that radiation

a worker carries out one or more licence holders in parallel to

management of sources of ionizing radiation, or performed as

a separate permit holder to the management of sources of ionizing radiation.



section 21



Limits for apprentices and students



(1) the limits for apprentices and students are from the year in which these individuals reach the

16 years of age, in the year in which the complete 18 years of age



and for the sum of the effective doses) of external exposure and time efficient

benefits of internal exposure value 6 mSv per calendar year



(b)) for the equivalent dose in the lens of the eye, the value of 50 mSv per calendar

year,



(c)) for the average equivalent dose at 1 cm2 of skin value 150 mSv per

the calendar year,



(d)) for the equivalent dose for the hands from fingertips to the forearm and legs from

feet up to the ankles, the value 150 mSv per calendar year.



(2) the limits for apprentices and students are for persons younger than indicated in the

paragraph 1, the same as the limits of the General and for persons older than the

referred to in paragraph 1, the same as the limits for radiation workers.



(3) the Limits for apprentices and students apply to exposure, which are

knowingly, voluntarily and after learning about the risks associated with exposed

persons for their dedicated preparation for the profession of resources

ionizing radiation.



section 22



Derived limits



(1) derived from external exposure limits are



and) for personal dose equivalent at a depth of 0.07 mm 500 mSv per value

the calendar year,



(b)) for the personal dose equivalent at a depth of 10 mm, a value of 20 mSv per

calendar year.



(2) derived from the internal exposure limits for the calendar year, in addition to

the cases provided for in paragraphs 4 and 5, are for the intake of radionuclides



and the value of the share by the ingestion of) 20 mSv, and the conversion factor hing to receive

the radionuclide ingestion of radiation worker according to the tables of the annex

# 3,



(b)) share by 20 mSv, and the conversion factor for hinh

the reception of the radio-nuclide radiation worker by inhalation

table in annex 3.



(3) while the external and internal radiation exposure during a calendar

of the year, except in the cases referred to in paragraphs 4 and 5 shall be considered as limits

for radiation workers in nepřekročené, if

HP (0.07) = 500 mSv and < simultaneously

HP (10) + sum of hj, inhIj, inh + Sum hj, ingIj, ing < = 20 mSv, where

HP (0.07), respectively. HP (10) is an annual personal dose equivalent

at a depth of 0.07 mm, respectively. 10 mm,



IJ, inh. (IJ), ing is the annual income of the individual radionuclide

by inhaling, or. the ingestion and



HJ, inh. HJ, ing is the conversion factor for receiving individual

the radionuclide inhalation. the ingestion of radiation by the worker under

the tables of the annex No 3; the closer to the unidentified radionuclides and

chemical forms of the inhaled aerosol properties or with

the activity of those radionuklidům and their forms or such aerosol, for

that is set out in annex # 3 highest conversion factor for income

the ingestion, respectively. by inhaling.



(4) when the radiation caused by radon transformation is the derived limit

a value of 3 MBq for annual income equivalent to the activity of radon, which

corresponds to the income of the latent energy of transformation products of radon 17 mJ or

exposure to radon product 2.5 MBq. h. m-3 or all-year average

equivalent volume activity of radon 1260 Bq m-3.



(5) For irradiation of mixtures of radionuclides emitting alpha radiation long term

uranium-radio series is derived income limit by 1850 Bq per

calendar year.



Article 23 of the



Reducing exposure in specific cases



(1) exposure of individuals voluntarily outside the framework of their work

obligations arising from the practice of the profession or employment relationship

care for patients exposed to radiation or medical patients

visiting or living in the same household with the patients, who were after the

application of radionuclides released from the medical facility shall be limited

so that in the aggregate per calendar year does not exceed 1 mSv for people under the age of 18

years and 5 mSv for other people.



(2) the exposure of the fetus in pregnant women in the workplace I to IV.

category immediately after a woman pregnancy shall notify the

the employer will limit work conditions so as to

unlikely that the sum of the effective doses from external exposure and

committed effective doses from internal exposure of the fetus at least for the remaining

for pregnancy exceeds the 1 mSv.



(3) the exposure of infants receiving radionuclides from contaminated breast

the milk immediately after the woman working at the workplace, i. to IV.

notify the employer category, child breastfeeding, limits the conditions

the work of nursing women and its disposal out of work in a controlled area

workplaces with open radionuklidovými the radiator.



(4) the Radiation exposed workers one-time, short-term or

other exceptional work with sources of ionizing radiation of the limited

only a small number of people and at the berths, in addition to the work on the

radiological accidents or radiological emergency situations, (hereinafter referred to as

"the exceptional exposure") shall be limited to the effective dose from repeated

exceptional exposure does not exceed 500 mSv in 5 consecutive

calendar years. This exceptional exposure can take place only in the

the extent and under the conditions specified in the authorization to such form of treatment

sources of ionizing radiation. Exceptional exposure can have only

A category A worker voluntarily and after previous evidence-lessons learned

about the risks associated with it. This exceptional exposure is not permissible for

persons under 18 years of age for apprentices and students, for pregnant and lactating women or

for people, for which the effective dose received by the interventions in case of

radiation accident has exceeded 500 mSv in 5 consecutive calendar

years.



PART TWO



RADIATION ACTIVITIES



TITLE I OF THE



CONDITIONS OF SAFE OPERATION OF IONIZING RADIATION SOURCES AND SITES WITH

THEM



[To section 4 paragraph 11, section 13, paragraph 3 (b), (d)) and § 17 para. 1 of the law]



section 24



General conditions for safe operation



(1) the safety of ionizing radiation sources and sites with them, and

radiation protection of workers is always



and radiation) activities and optimisation of radiation protection for


in all working conditions, including the previous award of the nature and

the range of possible threats to the health of exposed workers, the risks associated

with the upcoming radiation activities and regular reassessment referred to in

the experience of operation,



(b) the introduction of the quality system) in accordance with the requirements laid down

an implementing regulation, ^ 9)



c) classifications of ionizing radiation sources used, categorization

workplaces and categorization of exposed workers,



(d) by informing workers about the risk of) their work and ensuring that the system

their education and the verification of their eligibility according to the importance of their

work to be performed,



(e)) by defining monitored and controlled zones, taking into account the estimate

the expected exposure during normal operation, and the likelihood and extent of

potential exposures,



(f)) and the monitoring of the implementation of regulatory measures, working conditions

and, where appropriate, and personal monitoring,



g) medical supervision over the exposed workers,



h) continuous security surveillance of radiation protection,



I) equipment, devices, equipment and workplace AIDS in quantity and

the quality sufficient to secure all the measurements referred to in the program

monitoring in the internal emergency plan, in the assurance programme

the quality and security of all measurements performed under tests

operational stability, or in the terms of authorisation for the treatment

set out by the Office, and keeping them in proper technical condition,



(j)) of exposed workers equipment personal protective

resources with the appropriate stínicím effect and corresponding protective

AIDS.



(2) Monitored and controlled area the workplaces where

perform activities defined by the radiation, so that the regulation of the movement of persons,

by creating a protective barriers and, where appropriate, modifications,

of work, scope monitoring and other measures appropriate

used resources and ways of dealing with them was to ensure that the

the source will be handled just enough people to professionally i disabled

to be eligible, educated about the risk of the work and properly equipped and that the

consequences of radiation accidents remain the most limited.



(3) persons under the age of 18 years may not be for your specialized training

on the profession of sources of ionizing radiation assigned to any

the work, which can lead to their exposure in the level above the limits for apprentices and

students under section 21, and must have created such a work

conditions and to ensure such a level of radiation protection for workers

category (B). in other cases may not be persons under the age of 18 years

assigned to any work that may lead to their exposure in the level

above the General limits under section 19, and must be created by such

conditions of work and to ensure such a level of radiation protection as for

members of the public. Pupils, apprentices and students for their

specialized preparation for the profession of sources of ionizing radiation

ionizing radiation sources may be used only under the supervision of the designated

exposed workers.



(4) for category A workers is necessary to ensure



and individual monitoring equipment) and regular exchange and evaluation

personal dosimeters, and according to the approved programme of the Office of

monitoring,



(b) Exchange and evaluation) immediate personal dosimeters, if suspicion

or a radiological accident,



c) workers with a dating results of the evaluation of benefits from their

personal dosimeters,



d) medical supervision under section 28.



(5) radioactive contamination of the surface of the body, clothing, equipment or

construction of parts of workplaces is maintained under the guide values

radioactive contamination laid down in table 1 of annex 2. If

radioactive contamination exceeds these values, you must execute

effective decontamination of radioactive contamination of surfaces in

a controlled area, which was established due to the envisaged ways

the use of ionizing radiation sources, with specified values apply

only the detachable part.



(6) the effect of traffic on the site around is kept as low as reasonably

achievable level necessary to ensure not only the respect of established

limits, but the highest possible protection of the population in and around the workplace.



(7) sources of ionizing radiation are stored safely and so that

to ensure that they will not deal with them by unauthorized persons, and was prevented from

loss or theft of the source or its damage.



(8) the unused radionuclide emitters and devices containing with no

undue delay transmit to another authorized user, returns to the manufacturer

or the vendor, shall transmit to the organisation recognised by the warehouse, or shall be disposed of as

the radioactive waste.



(9) the manufacturers, importers and distributors of radionuclide emitters create

permanent conditions for the take-back of their manufactured, imported or

distributed radionuclide emitters and equipment containing

Radiopharmaceutical radiator.



(10) in the workplace I to IV. the category is part of the documentation

the quality system process operating rules, which contain a written

procedures for the safe management of sources of ionizing radiation, including the

procedures to prevent unauthorized management of sources, loss,

theft or damage, and emergency instructions ^ 9a) for the procedure in the

the case of deviations from normal operation, and is providing a permanent access

workers at least for zásahovým instructions, such as by posting

in an accessible place.



§ 25



Statement of reasons for the radiation activities



(1) all new classes or types of radiological activities must be

her first introduction into the practice or the first authorization justified from the

their economic, social or other benefits in

relation to the health detriment they may cause.



(2) the preamble to existing classes or types of activities leading to the

exposure shall be reviewed if they are new and important knowledge

of their consequences.



section 26



Informing and training workers



(1) a person who operates a site, where it is defined by the monitored zone,

(hereinafter referred to as "the monitored zone operator"), and the holder of the authorisation, which

operates the workplace, where it is defined by a controlled zone (hereinafter referred to as

"operator of a controlled area") must demonstrably in advance

inform exposed workers who have to work in these zones, and

the person using in these zones, the source of ionizing radiation for a period of

their specialized training on the exercise of the profession of



and the nature and extent of the) potential health threats, about the risks

with their work, and about the possible health detriment associated with it,



(b)) on the General radiation protection procedures and precautions must be

adopted, in particular on those which correspond to production and labour

conditions relating to the activities in General, and to the

individual workplaces and work, to which can be assigned,



(c)) about the importance of meeting the requirements of health protection and the technical and

administrative requirements to ensure radiation protection,



(d) in the case of women), and also about the importance of early notification of pregnancy from

because of the risks of exposure to the unborn child and the radioactive contamination

infants in the case of internal contamination of radionuclides.



(2) any holder of the authorization referred to in § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) and i) of the Act

provides a system of education of exposed workers to staff

they were sufficiently knowledgeable not only of the General rules and procedures radiation

protection, but in particular measures relating to radiation protection at work

with specific sources of ionizing radiation in the workplace as in the normal course

operation, and for the foreseeable deviations from this traffic, or when

radiological emergencies and are familiar with the relevant

the operating rules and other documentation. For all radiation

workers working in the controlled area of nuclear power plant must

education also include familiarity with the regulations and approved

the documentation for this controlled zone. Knowledge of exposed workers

and their eligibility for the safe management of sources of ionising

radiation in the work performed by them are verified before you start working and

regularly, at least once a year, to the test. The test shall be carried out

record. Knowledge overseeing persons appointed under section 10, paragraph 1. 2

law and other persons carrying out activities of particular importance from the

a radiation protection Authority validates the test before the professional trial

by the Commission in the context of verification of their professional competence pursuant to §

18 paragraph 1. 4 of the Act.



section 27 of the



Systematic supervision of radiation protection



(1) a continuous surveillance over radiation protection pursuant to § 18 para. 1 (b). I)

the law must be ensured to the extent appropriate sources of ionizing

radiation, which are treated in the workplace, how to dispose of them,

the related degree of potential exposure, including exposure arising from

foreseeable disorders and deviations from normal operation and taking into account the

the risk of radiation accidents or crashes. Continuous supervision of the

radiation protection ensures that persons with direct responsibility for


ensuring radiation protection and supervisors. The operator is entitled to

ensure continuous surveillance of radiation protection, establish

a specialized, autonomous body and equip it with the necessary resources. In

the premises where the Office considers it necessary to establish such a

specialized radiation protection unit providing specific

advice for this device must be in the case that this is a

internal organizational unit this device, this Department operationally

separated from the production and operational services. This unit may be common

for multiple sites.



(2) to ensure a continuous supervision, establishes a permit holder under section

9. 1 (b). (d)) and i) of the Act and of the supervising person on all

workplace II. and higher category ensures the presence of the corresponding

the number of people with direct responsibility for ensuring radiation protection ^ 10).

The presence of at least one person with direct responsibility for ensuring

radiation protection provides for activities in a controlled area also

the holder of the authorization referred to in § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act to the services in the scope of

pursuant to section 59 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) or the customer of this service. Any person with

the direct responsibility for ensuring radiation protection and supervising a person

must have special competence ^ 10) corresponding to the operating

activities and sources of ionizing radiation. If the operator of a natural

a person who has a corresponding special technical qualifications, you may

the activities of the supervisor, or the person with direct responsibility for

proper radiation protection to exercise alone.



(3) the holder of the authorization of the supervising person will allow to see all

documents having a relationship to radiation protection and participate in meetings

related to radiation protection.



(4) the activity of the supervisor is



and) monitor and evaluate the performance of the obligations of the holder of the authorization

ensure all measures for the safe management of sources of ionising

radiation,



(b)) to assist managers in meeting the obligations of the holder of the authorization

to provide radiation protection, alert them to the identified deficiencies and

to proposals to remove them.



(5) the holder of the authorisation shall consult with their supervisor definition

monitored and controlled zones, and the application of the relevant requirements

in this zone, and the examination and testing of protective devices and

measuring devices, in particular when



and a detailed assessment of individual projects) of

radiation protection,



(b)) the putting into service of new or modified sources of ionizing

radiation,



c) periodic inspections of the effectiveness of protective devices and technical

procedures,



d) regular calibration of measuring instruments and regular

the checks they are serviceable and correctly used.



(6) the supervisor of the person as a rule for the operator secures the

the following activities in the field of radiation protection



and information about the work of) sources of ionizing radiation,



(b)) training exposed workers on the safe management of sources,



c) verifying the eligibility of exposed workers to the safe disposal of

sources of ionizing radiation by regular tests,



(d) preparation, monitoring programme) or is involved in the measurement and

evaluation according to the approved programme of monitoring,



(e)) the proper keeping of documentation prescribed in terms of radiation protection for

workplace,



f) records relating to the movement and the State of the sources of ionizing radiation, devices, and

instruments having a bearing on radiation protection,



g) organizing acceptance tests, tests of long-term stability and

ensure operational stability tests of ionizing radiation sources,



h) investigate incidents or radiation accidents, losses, or

theft of the sources of ionizing radiation and the implementation of corrective measures,



I) tracking the participation of workers on the prescribed preventive medical

the inspection reports.



(7) persons with direct responsibility for ensuring radiation protection of the

ensure continuous surveillance of radiation protection, in particular, involved

by permanently to see to it that all staff in their work

comply with the requirements of health protection and the technical and administrative requirements

in order to ensure radiation protection.



section 28



Medical surveillance



(1) the medical surveillance of exposed workers is based on principles

which is generally governed by the protection of health at work. This is done in the framework of the

the provision of occupational health services physicians health care facilities

providing these services to the employer under a special legal

prescription ^ 11).



(2) the medical surveillance shall be assessed the health status of workers

category and in terms of their medical fitness for the tasks

carry out radiological activities. For this purpose, you must have an authorized physician

access to all relevant information related to the evaluation of the

exposure, including the results of monitoring and data on working conditions.



(3) medical surveillance includes the following preventive medical

Tours:



and, by the always) input prior to the inclusion as category A worker,

the aim is to assess the medical fitness to hold the expected

a job as a worker of category A, ^ 12)



(b)), by the workers periodically category, and once a year, the goal

that is to verify whether the worker is still in terms of health

eligibility is able to discharge its responsibilities in carrying out radiological

activities,



(c)), by the emergency in cases where there is reason to suspect that

There was a change of health worker categories and, and true

the doctor establishes a term shorter than the term periodic inspection, or, in the

cases where the assessment of the exposure of the authority limits have been exceeded,

exposure and it is necessary to assess the conditions for the additional radiation exposure

at work,



(d)) output. ^ 13)



(4) a legitimate doctor is entitled to the preventive

recommend the registrujícímu physicians to ensure the continuity of the health surveillance

subsequent survey ^ 14) for the purpose of early detection of possible changes

the health status of radiation-related at the time of the performance of the work, in particular

in cases of long-term work on the border limits, and even after their

work activities, and for so long that it considers necessary for the

safeguard the health of the person concerned.



(5) for the determination of medical eligibility worker category and in the

medical opinion uses the following classification:



and disability to be eligible for the performance) of the activities of A category A worker,



(b)) the disabled qualified to carry out the activities of A category A worker for

certain conditions listed in the medical report,



c) medically unfit for the performance of the activities of A category A worker.



(6) with the results and conclusions of the posudkovými medical examinations must be

a worker authorized by a doctor. If a worker with medical

opinion and the conclusions of the medical examination do not match, you may apply

remedies under special legislation. ^ 15) Provider

health services sent the medical report with the conclusions of the health

eligibility for the worker's category and activities shall immediately

the relevant holders of residence permits and the employer.



(7) No person shall be engaged on or to be marshaled as a worker

category and after any period of time on a specific work place, if

According to medical opinion disabled ineligible to hold such

specific job. If the exceeding of dose limits, the

other occupational exposure take place only under conditions laid down by the

authorized by a doctor in an emergency search warrant. The worker must inform the

If your employer changes the health condition, so that the

It is no longer fully disabled eligible for worker's activities

the categories and.



(8) For each category A worker for a period during which the worker is

included in this category, leading a legitimate doctor as part of a medical

documentation also data on the nature of the work, as established in the framework of the

health surveillance, the results of preventive medical examinations

including diagnostic conclusions on the results of previous medical

examination and the results of individual monitoring. The personal benefits of

exceptional exposure within the meaning of § 23 para. 4, from accidental exposure pursuant to

section 2 (a). x) section 3 of the Act and from accidental occupational exposure

pursuant to section 2 (a). x) section 4 of the Act shall be recorded separately. Documentation

is kept until the individual has or would have attained the age of 75,

in each case, however, for at least 30 years after the termination of the work

activities, during which the worker has been exposed to ionizing radiation.



section 29



The monitored zone



(1) the monitored zone is defined everywhere where it is expected that effective

the dose could be higher than 1 mSv per year or an equivalent dose should

could be higher than one-tenth of the limit of exposure for the lens of the eye, the skin

and extremities laid down in article 20 (2). 1 (b). c) to (e)).



(2) a rule defining the band Pursued in all workplaces and to

IV. categories. The monitored zone does not define, where its range


does the definition of controlled area.



(3) the monitored zone is defined as a comprehensive and clearly identified section of the

workplace, usually a separate building. At the entrances or border

the monitored zone indicates the warning "Tracked resource zone

ionizing radiation ", possibly a sign of radiation danger ^ 16) and

information about the nature of the sources and the risks associated with them.



(4) in the supervised area provides only monitoring of the workplace

unless otherwise provided in the monitoring programme.



(5) the operator shall immediately notify the Authority reference zone every

the workplace, where the monitored zone defined, including a description of the expected

radiation activities and sources of ionizing radiation, to be

used. The operator of reference zone also shall immediately notify the authority,

If there is a change to the definition of the reference band or for its cancellation.



section 30



The controlled area



The controlled area is defined everywhere, where would the effective dose could

be greater than 6 mSv per year or an equivalent dose would could be

greater than three tenths of the exposure limit for the lens of the eye, skin and extremities

provided for in section 20 (2). 1 (b). c) to (e)). If there is a special

way management of sources of ionizing radiation, such as time-

restricted use, otherwise justified, it is expedient to the controlled area

to define where it is expected that



and dose equivalent) power consumption from external exposure in the work place

will on average per year during normal operation of radiation sources higher than 2.5

mikroSv/h,



(b) the sum of the products of vol) activities of individual radionuclides in

the air in the workplace, and conversion factors for inhaled intake hinh

radiation worker according to annex No 3 will be on average for the year more

than 2.5 mikroSv. m-3,



c) radioactive contamination of surfaces on the working places will be higher

than the guide values of surface activities for radioactive contamination

surfaces in a controlled area of workplaces with open radiator referred to in

table 1 of annex 2.



(2) the controlled area is defined as a comprehensive and clearly intended

part of the site, usually a separate building, and with such a provision,

to unauthorised persons cannot enter. At the entrances or

border-controlled zone indicates a sign of radiation

risk ^ 16) and a warning "the controlled area ionizing

radiation, entry by unauthorized persons is prohibited ", where appropriate, information on the

the nature of the sources and the risks associated with them.



(3) a proposal for the definition of controlled area that is referred to in section 5 of the D.b.

or i. 7 of the annex of the Act shall submit to the approval authority as part of the Office

documentation to the application for the permit, includes



and scope of the controlled area generally) listing rooms and

the schematic map of; for the expected transitional terrain of the workplace,

for example, the crack detection or well logging, the batch shall be determined

inputs, which is applied to the border zones on these

workplaces,



(b) a justification of the proposed range) controlled area, in particular

calculations and other evidence demonstrating compliance with the requirements of paragraph 1,



(c) a description of the construction or technical) ensure controlled area

against the entry of unauthorized persons,



(d)), the estimated number of persons working in the controlled area and the way

their lessons about the risks when you work in a controlled area, for example,

specifying the pattern instructions for the entry and working in the controlled area.



(4) into the controlled area may enter only a person knowledgeable about

How to behave in order not to endanger their health or the health of others

persons. For exposed workers is such instruction takes place in the framework of

their preparation in accordance with § 26 a provable way and at least once

per year.



(5) into the controlled area shall not enter, pregnant women and persons under the age of

18 years of age, in addition to patients, who are at these workplaces have to undergo

medical exposure, in addition to the people that work in these workplaces

or are preparing for the profession of sources of ionizing radiation.



(6) to work in controlled areas to be classified only workers

the category and the other person may work in a controlled area or

reside only in the event that the operator shall ensure that the controlled area

such conditions that their exposure does not exceed the General limits.



(7) for a stay in a controlled area, each equips the safety

Working AIDS appropriate to the way their activities or reasons

his stay in that zone.



(8) for a stay of exposed workers in the controlled area shall be ensured

personal monitoring of stipulated in program monitoring.

All personnel categories, and must be provided with personal dosimeters.

If the power consumption of the dose equivalent in a controlled area may

exceed 1 mSv/h must be radiation workers entering the

controlled area equipped with also the operational (signal,

přímoodečítacími or other approved monitoring program)

personal dosimeters; These provisions in the workplace III. and (IV).

categories apply to each person, in addition to the persons entering into the

controlled area medical workplaces, to undergo

treatment or examination with the use of sources of ionizing radiation.



(9) in a controlled area workplaces IV. category and in a controlled

zone sites with open radionuklidovými radiator III. the categories and

II. category, if it is not provided otherwise in the conditions of the permit,

works after changing clothes and when you exit from the check is made

radioactive contamination, if necessary, as well as personal cleansing.



section 31



The preparation and launch of the workplace, where they are to be exercised

radiation activities



(1) a workplace where activities are to be carried out by the radiation, it is proposed

built and put into operation in a way that will allow for the safe management of

sources of ionizing radiation in operation and to ensure sufficient

radiation protection of persons in the workplace and people residing in its area,

so, in order to



and) building material used for the construction of the site, construction of walls and

shield, covers of ionizing radiation sources, equipment and internal breakdown

workplaces were such that, in all the activities at the workplace

leading to exposure and possible radiological accidents, ensure the

such radiation protection, which matches the expected when

operation of the workplace,



(b)) the walls, ceiling and floor of the room in which it is stored

radionuclide emitters at a time when not in use, are protected

sufficient shield layers



(c)) at workplaces with open radionuklidovými the radiator was in the case of

needs in the fastest and most effective possible purification of people and

the workplace from radioactive contamination.



(2) additional requirements for the method and extent of ensuring radiation protection when

placement and construction, start-up and operation of nuclear

the devices have a specific legislation. ^ 17)



§ 32



Special conditions for safe operation of workplaces with radiation generators



(1) the radiation Generator can be switched on and used only for so long as

necessary.



(2) when the radiation and radiation generator Radioscopy before entering the

defined or shielded curing of space and upon completion of the work

by measuring or signalling checks that the radiation generator was shut down.



(3) Stationary x-ray equipment and other stationary generators

radiation are placed into separate facilities or examination rooms and serve

is obsluhoven with the exception of x-ray machines

construction or purpose of use preclude the exceeding of dose limits. In

the case of x-ray equipment for radiodiagnostiku, which are to be

control directly from the testing room, install a fixed or sliding protective

screens ensuring not to exceed the dose limits.



(4) the appliance or device, part of which is the generator of radiation and

protective shield can be used only if it is ensured that the

the device or the device cannot be put into operation if there is a protective

shielding removed and will be automatically excluded from the activity when you open

the protective shielding.



(5) the Generator of radiation must not be used until it has not passed successfully

acceptance test or the test of long-term stability and if from the

the last successful tests of long-term stability of longer period elapsed before

is laid down for its periodic execution, or there are other reasons why the

to perform this test. Generator of radiation, for which the time has expired

application, or if the period laid down by the manufacturer, can be

use, if its parameters and operating characteristics meet the producer

the intended purpose of use, the test requirements of long-term stability and

the case of a radiological device and the requirements of the national radiological

standards.



§ 33



Special conditions for safe operation of the sealed radioactive

radiators, devices and sites with them



(1) If an enclosed radiator is not accompanied by a certificate means a radioactive

under section 82, or is not otherwise laid down in the conditions of the permit

evidenced by the seal or the leakage was detected, treated


it as if it were an open radiator.



(2) in addition to the traffic of radioactive heater, or type-

the approved retail sources, may be passed only to, and may be physically

to take just one who on the basis of the authorization to the management of resources

ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). I) of the Act is entitled to

use or at least store. This provision does not apply to takeover

radiators for transportation by the carrier.



(3) radioactive heater can be used only when necessary

time, and outside of this time are stored on stínicím cover or is otherwise

overshadowed by, usually so that the storage power of a batch

equivalent on the surface of the cover, a container, shielded storage

premises, safes and shielded pits does not exceed the value of the 100 mikroSv/h, and

at a distance of 1 m from the surface does not exceed a value of 10 mikroSv/h and when

transfer of the radiators in the workplace power dose equivalent in

a distance of 1 m from the surface of the housing does not exceed the value of the transport 100

mikroSv/h.



(4) when the radiation and Radioscopy with closed radiator with radionuclide

upon completion of the work or prior to entering the defined or shielded

radiated area measuring or signalling checks whether the radiator

was properly overshadowed by or inserted into the shielding enclosure. When handling

closed radionuclide radiator in which cannot be ruled out his release

of the facility or its loss, is used to measure such

the device, which allows in all conditions to establish the position of the radiator.



(5) radioactive heater must not be used until it has passed the

successful acceptance test or the test of long-term stability and if

Since the last successful tests of long-term stability of longer period has expired,

than is laid down for its periodic execution, or arose from the other

reasons to perform this test. Any suspicion of leakage

the enclosed radiator immediately deactivated radionuclide use. After

the expiry date, or if, this time by the manufacturer

established, you can use a closed radiator under the conditions of radioactive

laid down in section 82 para. 5.



(6) the equipment containing radioactive heater must not be closed

in use until it has undergone a successful acceptance test or the test of

long-term stability and if since the last successful test of the long-term

the stability of a longer period has elapsed, the value specified for the periodic

implementation, or there are other reasons why to perform this test. Device

containing a closed radiator with which the undertaking has expired

application, or if the period laid down by the manufacturer, can be

use, if its parameters and operating characteristics meet the producer

the intended purpose of use, the test requirements of long-term stability and

the case of a radiological device and the requirements of the national radiological

standards.



(7) a person who disposes of high-activity radiator, regularly checks the

whether high-activity radiator, where necessary, containing it is

at its place of use or of storage and in apparently good

State.



(8) the high-activity of the radiator manufacturer, or posession of imported

radiator supplier, is identified by a number. If it is

feasible, this number shall be engraved or stamped on the radiator. This number

also be engraved or stamped on the packaging of the radiator. If this is not feasible

or in the case of transport packaging for multiple use, shall appear on the

the packaging at least information on the nature of the radiator. The manufacturer, or for

imported radiators, supplier shall also ensure that the radiator cover and, if it is

feasible, and radiator were marked and provided with a radiation sign

danger and that part of the documentation of each of the produced or imported

type high-activity of the radiator was even photos or other similar

the representation of radiators and packaging typically used for him.



(9) a person who has held high-activity emitter, will ensure that this

radiator and its packaging has always been accompanied by written information to allow

identify the source and its nature, and that, where feasible,

marked and provided with a radiation danger sign and markings and labels

remain legible. Identification and labeling should be in accordance with the

identification and marking referred to in paragraph 8. Relevant documentation

It also contains a photo or other similar representation of the source package

source, transport packaging, device or equipment. Photos or other

a similar representation of the sources is not necessary, if you cannot take or procure it

without removing the device. The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to

storage of radioactive waste or to a recognized warehouse.



(10) a person who has held a closed radiopharmaceutical emitter, in addition,

that is, individuals or type-approved minor source, annually

at least one performs an inventory of this resource and its results

be sent in writing or by any other agreed form of authority.



(11) a person who has held high-activity the radiator, without undue

the delay shall notify the Office of any theft, loss or unauthorized use of the radiator and

ensure long-term stability test under § 71 after each

the event, which could damage the radiator. About this event and received

the measures shall inform the Office.



§ 34



Special conditions for safe operation of workplaces with open

radionuklidovými radiator



(1) the radioactive heater in addition to Open, a low-ranking or type-

the approved retail sources, may physically take just the one who on the

with the permission of the management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with section 9 of the

paragraph. 1 (b). I) of the Act or on the basis of a permit to operate a workplace

According to § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act or on the basis of the authorization to the treatment

radioactive waste in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). j) of the Act is entitled to

to use it, or at least store.



(2) the maximum activity of the unsealed radiators that can

at the same time be processed on different jobs sites

Open the radiator I, II. or (III). category, kategorizovanými on

the basis of the equipment of workplaces and work stations shall be determined on the basis of the

criteria taking into account the following equipment in mutual jobs

and the entire workplace ventilation, insulation and shield devices,

the implementation of sanitation, physical characteristics of materials that have

be processed, in particular, the volatility and dust levels, requirements and potential

risk of the expected work operations, so that in the table no. 4

Annex No. 4 selects the value corresponding to the given category workplace with

Open the radiator and the characteristics of the materials and work with them, and this is

multiplied by the availability of the job according to the table

No. 2 of annex 4. While the use of multiple radionuclides on one

the work place must not be the sum of the shares of the individual activities being processed

radionuclides and procedure laid down maximum things to do for these

the individual radionuclides to be greater than 1.



(3) if the radiators do not use unsealed and is not a

the radiators, which are made up of technological units or media departments,

are placed in a protective shield covers or containers,

as a rule, so that when the storage of the power consumption of the dose equivalent to

the surface of the lid, container, shielded storage areas, safes, and

shielded boxes does not exceed the value of the 100 mikroSv/h, and at a distance of 1 m

from the surface the value of 10 mikroSv/h and carry radiators in the workplace

power consumption of the dose equivalent at a distance of 1 metre from the surface of the transport

the housing does not exceed the value of the 100 mikroSv/h.



(4) in workplaces with open radionuklidovými radiator III. category

and (II). the categories, unless otherwise provided in the terms of authorisation, must

be set up a separate sewage discharge of the distribution of radioactive

waste water from the workplace and connected to a separate waste tank.



(5) when dealing with open radionuklidovými emitters are used

appropriate personal protective equipment, such as shading

capes, aprons, glasses, gloves, and adequate protective equipment, such as

are tweezers, pliers, protective packaging, containers and the like.

Open the radionuclide emitters are not taken into the hand and solutions with these

the radiator is nepipetují by mouth; activities in which can occur to leak

radioactive substances into the air, shall be carried out in confined spaces,

for example, under the hood, they are boxing, and so on.



(6) in the controlled areas workplaces with open radiator is forbidden

smoking; eat and drink only under conditions laid down in the relevant

permit Office.



§ 35



Decommissioning of the workplace from the operation



(1) a Workplace where exercise activities can radiation retire up to

After removing all sources of ionizing radiation or after their

security against unauthorized use and after cleaning the workplace from

radionuclides that are made in such a way and to such an extent that nowhere

in the workplace are not exceeded clearance levels referred to in § 57 para.

1 (b). and) or laid down in the permit Office.



(2) additional requirements for the method and extent of ensuring radiation protection when


their operation, and decommissioning of sites III. and (IV).

category edits special legislation. ^ 18)



TITLE II



MANAGEMENT OF SOURCES OF IONIZING RADIATION



(§ 4 paragraph 11, section 9, paragraph 1 (b) (i)), § 13 para. 3 (b). (d)) of the Act, and

points I. 6, 7, and 8, 12 and 13 of annex I of the Act)



section 36



Ways of management of sources of ionizing radiation requiring authorisation



(1) ways of management of sources of ionizing radiation, to be

to enable the management of sources of ionizing radiation in accordance with § 9 para. 1

(a). I) of the Act, are



and the production of ionizing radiation sources) the terms provided for in § 37,

In addition to the production



1. radiation generators, which are non-material resources,



2. sources of ionizing radiation produced for their own use,



3. consumer products containing radioactive substances, which

the manufacture or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). with) of the Act,



(b) the importation of ionizing radiation sources) the terms provided for in § 38,

In addition to imports



1. radiation generators,



2. consumer products containing radioactive substances, which

the manufacture or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). with) of the Act,



c) export of ionizing radiation sources under the conditions defined in section 39,

In addition to the export of



1. the insignificant and minor sources,



2. consumer products containing radioactive substances, which

the manufacture or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). with) of the Act,



3. radiation generators,



(d) distribution of ionizing radiation sources) under the conditions set out in § 40,

In addition to the distribution of



1. radiation generators,



2. consumer products containing radioactive substances, which

the manufacture or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). with) of the Act,

with the exception of the ionization fire detectors, which are subject to the provisions of §

7 (b). (e))



e) installation or commissioning of ionizing radiation sources for

the conditions set out in section 41,



f) storage of radionuclide emitters under the conditions specified in § 42,

In addition to the necessary storage of ionizing radiation sources during transport

These sources,



(g)) the use of ionizing radiation sources under the conditions set out in section 43,

In addition to using



1. a low-ranking or type-approved retail sources of ionizing

radiation,



2. consumer product containing radioactive substances, which

the manufacture or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). with) of the Act,



3. sources of ionizing radiation, which is part of the device,

technological units, equipment or operating media in the workplace, to

which operation the user is entitled on the basis of an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para.

1 (b). (d)) of the Act,



4. the radiation sources used only to the extent to which the

the user is entitled to on the basis of other permits,



h) evaluation of properties of ionizing radiation sources under the conditions

as defined in § 44,



and repair of ionizing radiation sources) the terms provided for in § 45,

In addition to the corrections



1. radiation generators, which do not require turning on the generator or otherwise

cannot be associated with a radiation of natural persons carrying out repair,



2. carried out by the holder of the authorisation of the use of this resource, and if it is not

fix potential exposure associated with a higher than normal operation,



j) disposal of the products resulting from mining activities in the mining and

the processing of uranium ore as the tailings material stored in the odvalech and on the

mining companies, that are not radioactive waste.



(2) the use of sources of ionizing radiation, to which it is necessary to

to enable the management of sources of ionizing radiation, are not considered



and the management of resources) of ionizing radiation in a way in which in no

calendar year, the collective effective dose cannot be larger than 1 MW and

for any individual effective dose may not be greater than 10

mikroSv,



(b) the collection and use of solid) of shielding materials containing only

natural or depleted uranium or natural thorium,



(c) the collection and use of the natural) medicinal waters containing only

radionuclides of natural origin,



(d)) work with increased radiation from natural sources, in addition to

the activities referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (j)),



(e) the operation of the workplace, executed on) basis and on authorisation conditions

According to § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act,



(f)) of the extraction and processing of radioactive minerals, carried out on the basis of

and under the conditions of an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act,



(g)) the use of consumer product containing radioactive substances,

of which manufacture or import was enabled by the authority pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). with)

the law.



(3) the application for authorisation of the management of sources of ionising radiation is

the documentation referred to in point I of annex of the Act shall be presented in its entirety for

workplace II. and higher categories operated by the applicant and for the resources

ionizing radiation, which will be held by the applicant. For the workplace as well.

operated by the applicant category need not be presented and is not subject to

approval of program monitoring, a proposal for the definition of a controlled

bandwidth and an internal emergency plan, if they are submitted to the operational

the legislation, which, in the opinion of the authority shall include enough description

workplace monitoring, and emergency instructions for procedure in case of

deviations from normal operation. For other sources of ionizing radiation,

to be treated, and for the work carried out at the workplace

other persons shall take account of the extent and the way of management of resources

ionizing radiation. Disposes of a with the same source of ionizing radiation

or if the same workplace more persons, may submit to the competent

section of the documentation.



§ 37



Production



(1) a permit for the manufacture of ionizing radiation sources shall entitle the manufacturer ^ 19)

also for the storage and the necessary testing and verification of properties and

the parameters produced by ionizing radiation sources, but does not replace the

permission to use them for the purposes for which these resources are

intended.



(2) Manufactured radionuclide emitters must be securely stored in the

accordance with § 42.



(3) the manufacturer of radionuclide emitters or device with them, in addition to

insignificant or type-approved minor sources, supplies made

sources of ionizing radiation only to the person who is entitled to them

dispose of it at least is stored.



§ 38



Imports



(1) the Imported radionuclide emitters must be securely transported by

section 20 of the Act and securely stored in accordance with section 42.



(2) the importer ^ 19) shall ensure that in the course of import sources of ionizing

only authorised persons ' radiation, and radionuclide emitters or

devices with them, besides the unimportant or type-approved minor

resources, the only person who is entitled to dispose of them, and it

at least it is stored.



(3) an importer who imported sources of ionizing radiation itself physically

will not use and for radio-nuclide radiators or stored, do not need to

applications for import permits for sources of ionising radiation to submit

program monitoring, a proposal for the definition of the controlled area and the inner

emergency plan referred to in points (I). 6 to 8 of annex I of the Act, if the request

includes all persons who will be during import with imported sources

ionizing radiation, which are radionuklidovými the radiator or is

include, in the territory of the United States, showing that they are to

entitled to no treatment.



(4) the authorisation to the management of sources of ionizing radiation specific

in a way, which is the import of sources of ionizing radiation, must be the one who

in the course of his business is importing these resources on the territory of the United

of the Republic.



§ 39



The export of



(1) the Exported radionuclide emitters must be securely transported by

section 20 of the Act and securely stored in accordance with section 42.



(2) the exporter shall ensure that in the course of export of sources of ionizing radiation

take only authorized persons, and the sources of ionizing radiation will supply only

a person who is entitled to dispose of them. Document referred to in point (I) 13

the annex to the law to the effect that the recipient meets the conditions for the treatment of

sources of ionizing radiation, confirmed by a competent authority of the country

the recipient is required only for the export of radionuclide emitters.



(3) the exporter that exported the sources of ionizing radiation itself physically

will not use and for radio-nuclide radiators or stored, do not need to

application for export permit of ionizing radiation sources present

program monitoring, a proposal for the definition of the controlled area and the inner

emergency plan referred to in points (I). 6 to 8 of annex I of the Act, if the request

lists all the persons that will be exported during the export source

ionizing radiation, which are radionuklidovými the radiator or is

include, in the territory of the United States, showing that they are to

entitled to no treatment.



section 40



Distribution



(1) sources of ionizing radiation, which according to § 23 of the Act shall be subject to

type approval can be placed on the market only after their type approval.



(2) the Distributor ^ 19) shall ensure that the part of the documentation distributed

ionizing radiation sources, their classification, the design range


the acceptance tests referred to in section 70, the tests of long-term stability under section 71

and operational stability tests according to § 72, unsealed

radiator cover sheet for closed radionuclide emitters certificate

the closed-end of the emitter issued by an authorized person and

small sources and for consumer products containing radioactive

substances whose production or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1

(a). with) of the Act, use guide that includes guidance on safe

use of these products by the user, in small type-approved

resources, this is the instruction manual, approved by the authority.



(3) Distributed radionuclide emitters must be securely transported

pursuant to section 20 of the Act and securely stored in accordance with section 42.



(4) the Distributor shall ensure that, in the course of distribution of resources

ionising radiation take only authorized persons, and radionuclide

radiator and equipment with them, besides the unimportant or type-approved

minor sources, the only person who is entitled to dispose of them, and

at least it is stored.



(5) a Distributor that distributed sources of ionizing radiation itself

physically and will not be used for radionuclide emitters or stored,

do not need to request permission to distribute the sources of ionizing radiation

to submit a program proposal for the definition of monitoring controlled area

and an internal emergency plan (I) and 6 to 8 of annex I of the Act, if in the

the application lists all the persons that will be over the distribution of resources

ionizing radiation in the territory of the United States, showing that

they are entitled to such treatment.



§ 41



Installation or putting into operation



(1) the authorization of the management of sources of ionizing radiation specific

the way in which the installation or commissioning resources

ionizing radiation, must be the one who is not otherwise entitled to enough with

dispose of the source, and when installing or marketing resources

ionizing radiation into operation it will use to the necessary

test the functionality of the sources of ionizing radiation and related

of shielding and protective devices or to verify whether a resource is

ionizing radiation suitable for use for the purpose for which it is intended.

If the installation or commissioning is not associated with a higher risk

the exposure than normal operation, for example. the fact that it removed some

shielding or security features, does not need a permit to install or

commissioning of one who is entitled to the source of ionizing radiation

to use.



(2) sources of ionizing radiation, in addition to the insignificant and small, can be

installed and put into operation only in workplaces that meet the

technical and organisational conditions for safe operation under section 24 to

34, and



and if it is) about the sources of ionizing radiation, which according to § 23 of the Act

are subject to type approval, are type-approved and is supported by consensus

with the approved type or with the requirements of technical regulations that apply to

them,



(b)) in the case of installation of radionuclide emitters or entry into

operation of the equipment with them, is the operator of the site at which they are to be

sources of ionizing radiation are installed, shall be entitled to appropriate

radionuclide emitters to be stored,



(c)) the conditions are created in the workplace to prevent the disposal of resources

ionizing radiation and handling by unauthorized people, even after

time, when not in use.



(3) the application for a permit to install or to commissioning resources

ionizing radiation is not required to submit a proposal for the definition of

the controlled zone and an internal emergency plan referred to in points (I) and 7 and 8

the annex to the law, if these activities are carried out exclusively on the

the workplace of another holder of the authorization.



§ 42



Storage of radionuclide emitters



(1) the authorization of the management of sources of ionizing radiation specific

in a way, which is the storage of radionuclide emitters, must have one

who store radioactive emitters, which is authorized to produce,

import, distribute or use, for example, does not yet have

created or has already lost the conditions for their use. Permission to

storage of radionuclide emitters does not need a carrier for storage

ionizing radiation sources necessary for carrying out the transport in accordance with the

requirements for the safe transport, pursuant to section 20 of the Act.



(2) sources of ionising radiation must be stored so that it is

to ensure that they will not deal with them by unauthorized persons.



(3) as documentation for authorization for storage shall be presented, if

It is not agreed otherwise with the authority, only the documentation referred to in points 2 and 5, even.

the annex to the law, the quality assurance programme, a description of the monitoring and

emergency instructions for procedure in case of radiation accident.



§ 43



The use of the



(1) If this is explicitly stated in the permit, can be the source of ionising

radiation, which are subject to authorisation, use and to advance

unspecified work stations designed for working with resources

ionizing radiation on pre-defined short period not exceeding 30

days (hereinafter referred to as "temporary site").



(2) the commencement date of the works, the estimated time of the work on the interim

the workplace, in its place, a description of the work and an overview of the used sources

ionizing radiation is the Office announces in writing, by telegram or

electronically at least a day in advance. Working Group on transitional

workplaces must be at least two, of which at least one person

must be a person with special expertise. Completion of the work on the

Transitional workplace shall be notified immediately to the Office. These provisions shall

do not apply to temporary workplaces in which will be handled no more than

single source, in addition to the NDT x-ray equipment and

karotážních closed radionuclide radiator.



(3) sources of ionizing radiation, the use of which is subject to authorisation,

can only be used in workplaces, which comply with the technical and

the organizational conditions of safe operation under section 24 to 34, and if



and) are secured against theft and against handling

by unauthorized people, even when they are not immediately

used,



(b)) are used or switched only for job performance.



§ 44



Evaluation of properties



(1) an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). I) of the Act to the management of resources

ionizing radiation in a specific way which is reviews

properties of ionizing radiation sources, you must have the person who performs the

evaluation of properties of ionizing radiation sources



and in the tests) of ionizing radiation sources to type approval in accordance with

§ 23 para. 3 of the Act, or



(b)) in the conformity assessment of properties of ionizing radiation sources with

the requirements of legislation or



(c)) in the authentication properties of ionizing radiation sources with an approved

type, or



(d)) when acceptance tests of ionizing radiation sources in addition to the

Open the radiators, or



(e)) for the examination of the long-term stability of ionizing radiation sources.



(2) the conditions for the assessment of the properties of ionizing radiation sources in the

acceptance tests and tests of long-term stability and for other

the purposes of paragraph 1 are



and to ensure a sufficient level of expertise) in relation to the evaluation process

properties of ionizing radiation sources, including the necessary number of

employees with professional training, knowledge and skills,



(b) their own devices to) the equipment technical and administrative

capacity, accessibility to equipment for a special assessment,



(c)) the use of methodologies that conform to the requirements of the master of the methodology

referred to in annex 6,



(d) the elaboration of test protocols), which correspond to the requirements

the standard referred to in the annex to Protocol No 6,



e) ensuring the participation of individuals with the appropriate special professional

a device for representing the holder of the authorization to the comparative measurements

organised by the authority or with the consent of the authority.



(3) the application for authorisation to the assessment of the properties of ionizing sources

radiation is not required to submit a proposal for the definition of zones and

internal emergency plan referred to in points (I) and 8 of annex I of the Act, if this

activities will be carried out exclusively at the workplace of the operator

the evaluated sources of ionizing radiation.



(4) natural persons conducting the assessment of the properties of ionizing sources

radiation must on workplaces of operators of investigational resources control

the internal emergency plan approved for the operators of the investigational

source.



§ 45



Repair



(1) the application for the authorisation for the repair of ionizing radiation sources may not

to submit a proposal for the definition of the controlled area and internal emergency

the plan referred to in points (I). 7 and 8 of the annex to the law, if these activities will be

are exercised exclusively in the workplace of the operator corrected the source.



(2) natural persons carrying out repair of ionizing radiation sources must

the workplaces of operators to manage internal resources repaired

emergency response plan approved for the operator corrected the source.



TITLE III



MANAGEMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE




[To section 2 (b), (h)), point 4, § 9 para. 1 (b). (j)), § 13 para. 3 (b). (d)) and §

24 paragraph 2. 4 of law]



§ 46



General requirements for the management of radioactive waste



(1) ways of management of radioactive waste, which is necessary to enable

According to § 9 para. 1 (b). j) of the Act, are their gathering, sorting,

processing, storage, editing and saving. For the handling of

radioactive waste management, to which it is subject to authorization in accordance with § 9 para. 1

(a). j) of the Act, does not consider the collection, sorting and storage operations

radioactive wastes by a person who is entitled to dispose of them as

Open radionuklidovými the radiator, and processing and editing

radioactive waste carried out by such a person on the basis of the contractual

relationship with the holder of the authorization to the management of radioactive waste.

Recycling, discharge or other placing radioactive waste to

the environment will be governed by the provisions of section 57 and section 56 to 89, including

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). h) of the Act. Shipments of radioactive

the waste is carried out in accordance with the requirements of section 20 of the Act.



(2) for the management of radioactive waste, radiation protection provides

the manner and to the extent the same as for other radioactive emitters, if

It is not in the appropriate authorisation expressly provided otherwise.



(3) in the management of radioactive waste, in addition to radioactivity will take

into account all their hazardous properties, which could the safety

waste management, in particular, affect toxicity, flammability, explosivity,

spontaneous emergence of splits, critical mass or the residual heat. In

relation to these hazardous properties are the procedures for dealing with

radioactive waste in accordance with the general legislation on

waste management ^ 20)



(4) procedures for individual activities, the management of radioactive

wastes pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). (j)) and h) of the Act must be described in

the operating rules of the authorisation holder.



§ 47



Requirements for equipment used in the handling of radioactive waste



(1) equipment used in the handling of radioactive waste permit



and the Assembly and storage) of radioactive waste,



(b)) a good accessibility for maintenance, repair and easy decontamination,



(c)) the greatest prevent it from clogging and easy removal

any deposits or deposits,



(d) prevent leakage of radioactive waste), and collecting and returning

leaks.



(2) equipment used in the handling of radioactive waste permit

continuous or at least regular measurement of quantities, demonstrating its

correct function of the specified project. Methods of measuring these variables must

be described and documented by the holder of the authorization.



(3) equipment used in the processing and treatment of radioactive waste,

that contain explosive or flammable substances, must be durable against possible

effects of explosion or fire. Variables affecting the explosiveness or

Flash must be tracked.



§ 48



The collection and classification of radioactive waste



(1) the radioactive waste or their mixtures with other substances are in place

their creation is collected in particular according to the ways of processing and

editing, and if it is technically possible and reasonable, even sorted.



(2) radioactive waste or their mixtures with other substances are classified

According to the ways of processing and editing. Sorting shall be carried out according to the

physical and chemical properties.



(3) the types and method of classification of radioactive waste must be in possession of

to enable the management of radioactive waste documented and classified

waste is recorded.



(4) Radioactive wastes are distinguished in the gaseous, liquid and solid. Fixed

radioactive wastes are classified into three basic categories, on the

transient, low and medium-active and high-activity.



(5) Temporary radioactive waste are such a waste, that after

long term storage (up to 5 years) reported lower, radioactivity

than the clearance levels. High-activity radioactive waste are

the waste, which must be taken into account, their storage and storage

the release of heat from the decay of radionuclides contained in them. Other

radioactive wastes are classified as low and medium active

the radioactive waste.



(6) low and medium active radioactive waste is divided into two

subgroup, on the short term, for which the half-life radionuclides contained

is less than 30 years (including the Cs-137) and for which there is limited by weight

long-term activity of alpha emitters (in particular the packaging file

a maximum of 4000 kBq/kg and mean value of 400 kBq/kg in the total volume of

waste generated per calendar year), and the long-term management,

which are those wastes that do not belong to the subgroup of short-term

radioactive waste.



(7) the collecting packing files containing radioactive waste must be

marked so as to indicate what waste is collected and how it is sorted.

The permit holder must draw up their own clear marking system

collection containers and packaging. Its execution, or in combination with the technical

design and equipment of the place in which they are located, ensure that

waste to it is protected from unwanted spoilage,

misuse, theft or leakage which could endanger the environment.



§ 49



Processing of radioactive waste



(1) the processing of radioactive waste means that usable substances in

to the extent possible to separate and return for reuse so that

the remaining quantity of waste and radioactive waste was as small as possible.



(2) before processing of radioactive waste, it is necessary to consider the effect of

processed and emerging substances on the reliability of the technology

device, where they are processed, and the influence of technology systems

related to was not affected by unwanted nuclear

safety or radiation protection.



(3) if they are used in the processing of radioactive waste, ion exchanger

filter or similar separating substances with limited service life, must be

regularly monitored the effectiveness of their functions and the holder of the authorisation shall lay down

the highest value, above which are restored or replaced.

These values indicate the holder in the relevant operational rules.



(4) where the radioactive waste is incinerated, for each of their kind

determined and documented technological process in the combustion of which gives

the permit holder in the relevant operational rules.



§ 50



Modification of radioactive waste



(1) the adjustment of radioactive waste by changing their physical or

chemical properties, where applicable, their packaging must be such as

in order to ensure their safe transport, warehousing and storage.

Modification of radioactive waste typically includes the reinforcement of radioactive

waste and its delivery to files.



(2) the reinforcement of radioactive waste, which may be ztužidly

in particular, cement, bitumen or glass fixed mass, provides for the holder of the

enable editing in the production routing rules that must

include, inter alia, the ratio of mixing or specific consumption of ztužidel and

freezing conditions. In the operating rules must be laid down on

acceptance conditions for presses and cramps and how to check these terms and conditions,

in order to meet their desired quality.



(3) the modified radioactive waste into containers, it must

be sure not to overfill.



(4) if the preparation of radioactive waste packaging, must be

packaging files selected to withstand the loads reliably

subsequent manipulations and transport and handling to be

safe. In doing so, takes into account the possible effect of radioactive

waste induced by the presence of corrosive substances, their expansion,

those gases, heat release, etc. on packaging from the inside, so the action of the

external influences.



§ 51



Storage of radioactive waste



(1) the UK radioactive waste must match the type of its equipment

storage of radioactive waste, in particular



and liquid) tanks of radioactive waste must be secured against

overcrowding and their filling must be checked; the tank must be

placed in protective reservoirs, which can accommodate with sufficient backup volume

the tank; protective sink must be watertight, with signalling of escape from the

the tanks are equipped with devices for their outflows; fumes from the tank and the

reservoirs must be evacuated and treated as radioactive waste,



(b) storage and Assembly) the contents of the tanks must be impossible to remove;

each storage system or Assembly tank must always have,

as an emergency backup, blank tank corresponding to the largest

the tank system



c) held the liquid radioactive waste in containers, shall be

the warehouse floor and walls impermeable in such amount, in order to prevent

When the maximum quantity of the stored liquid leakage of radioactive

waste of their penetration into the environment; the floor must be

an incline away into the sink, bezodtokové impermeable



d) uk radioactive waste must be protected against negative

the weather, in particular atmospheric precipitation; the status and facilities

warehouse holder regularly checks.




(2) the storage of radioactive waste are required to



and) adjusted radioactive waste has been stored so that there is no change

properties that would prevent their imposition,



(b) the permit holder has provided the highest) of the quantity stored,

radioactive waste,



(c)) have been safely stored in the place of their origin or at the workplace,

If they cannot be edited and fixed to the warehouse or

storage,



(d)) of radioactive waste can be safely handled throughout the

duration of storage, including radioactive waste in packaging

files.



(3) Radioactive waste is the store with other wastes or materials.



(4) the device on which the total activity of stored radioactive

wastes containing radionuclides on the half-life of the conversion is longer than 75 days and

Alpha emitting radiation exceeds 1015 Bq, is nuclear facilities according to §

2 (a). (h) section 4 of the Act).



§ 52



Storage of radioactive waste



(1) on the storage of radioactive waste, in addition to the General requirements for

nuclear facilities and the workplace (IV). the categories are subject to such

requirements to



storage storage) are protected against the ingress of a bi-directional

waters and to the closure of the store, he was excluded the long-term contact saved

radioactive waste with water



(b)) the store was protected against flood and flood waters, in particular

precipitation or mining.



(2) operation of a store closing is completed. Design method of closure

is the subject of safety analyses, which are part of the documentation

for a permit to operate.



(3) a system of monitoring and its surroundings must, in addition to the requirements for

monitoring, provide a sufficient overview of the possible ingress of water

to the store when populating and leakage of radionuclides from storage to

the surrounding environment; in doing so, this system shall not reduce the tightness and

the integrity of the storage.



(4) If a part of the drainage system, the store is built to

avoid clogging or fouling. If you still encounter an intersection

water storage storage spaces when populating a, it must be

ensure their outflows and safe handling. To function correctly,

the drainage system is checked at least once per year for the entire

the period of operation of the store.



(5) compliance with the radiation protection when you save the radioactive

waste must be shown in the safety analysis of the potential consequences of

storage of radioactive waste. Safety analyses must demonstrably and

the satisfaction on the basis of knowledge of the place where the storage is to be built,

evaluate the risks in question in a production period and in the period after

the closure of the store. For safety analyses are derived terms

acceptability to store radioactive waste.



(6) the Optimization of the limits for safe storage of radioactive waste is

the effective dose 0.25 mSv per calendar year for individuals of the critical

groups of the population.



§ 53



Limits and conditions for safe management of radioactive waste



(1) the limits and conditions of safe management of radioactive waste,

which are the approval documentation referred to in point (J). 9 of the annex to

determined on the basis of the safety analyses and include, in particular,



and details of permissible parameters), which is ensured by the nuclear

safety and radiation protection of the loading,



(b)) ways and the time limits for the measurement and evaluation,



(c) the ability of a operational) requirements for waste

radioactive waste management,



d) requirements for setting up protective systems, these devices,



e) limits the underlying quantities,



(f) the requirements for the activities of the workers) and the organizational measures to

meet all of the defined conditions for the design operating conditions.



(2) part of the limits and conditions for the storage of the maximum permitted

activity of radionuclide emitters. Part of the limits and conditions for the

storage of radioactive waste at the store are the relevant conditions

the acceptability of that contain conditions and limitations for the characteristic

properties of stored radioactive waste, in particular the content of the

the highest permissible activities of radionuclides, radionuclide emitters,

structural stability, loužitelnost, heat, and radiation effects

the possibility of the formation of gases, the ability of microbial decomposition and the formation of

a critical state, the content of corrosive, explosive and samozápalných substances,

free liquids and combustibles, complexing agents, corrosion resistance and

surface contamination of packaging and the batch input or argument of

Why is not the characteristic of stored radioactive waste

limited. The conditions of admissibility may also include requirements for

the usual dimensions, weight, design and marking of barrels, containers and

other containers for the storage of radioactive waste.



(3) the holder of the authorisation to the management of radioactive waste regularly

be sent to the Office reviews the performance limits and conditions of safe handling of

radioactive waste, but at least once a year.



§ 54



Register of radioactive waste



(1) Records the amount and specific activity of radionuclides in radioactive

waste in their collecting, sorting, processing, editing,

storage, transport and storage. This evidence is used for the detection of

material flow of radioactive waste for the authorisation holder referred to in section 9

paragraph. 1 (b). j) of the Act.



(2) the holder of a permit to the management of radioactive waste and

keeps operating records concerning the handling, which contain data



and) weighing (volume),



(b)) about the activity of those radionuclides, the content of which is limited by the terms of the

the acceptability of, and those that are contained in an amount greater than 1

% of total activity,



(c)) on the chemical and physical form of radioactive waste, including

the originators of the accepted waste



d) about how the disposition of waste stored or stored

radioactive waste including data, where and how long they are,



(e) the results of the analyses of the waste) and their packaging,



(f) the operation of the equipment including) of data on time use of the equipment,

or its withdrawal, on the device and on the údržbách

malfunction and accidents and how to remove them



(g)) of the names and surnames of workers involved in the operation.



section 55



The accompanying list of radioactive waste



(1) the accompanying list of radioactive waste must be accompanied by a radioactive

waste when it is each physical transmission of the holder of the authorization referred to in section 9

paragraph. 1 (b). j) of the Act. The accompanying list of radioactive waste exhibiting

transferring and must be signed by the responsible person of the sending and

accepting. The cover sheet shall be drawn up for each type of radioactive

waste and for each file with the radioactive waste packaging forming

a separate handling unit, such as a barrel.



(2) the cover sheet contains radioactive waste



and) indication of the physical and chemical form and the properties of the radioactive

waste or Code characterizing radioactive waste, further for solid

also their wastes category § 48,



(b) a description of the type of packaging and) external marking enabling the packaging file

identify (identification number),



(c) the number of pieces and activity) stored unused sealed

radionuclide emitters for high-activity of the radiators and their registration,

button is clicked. the identification number according to § 33 para. 8,



(d) the activity of the radionuclide), whose content is limited to

the conditions of acceptability, and also those which are included in the amount of

more than 1% of the total activity



(e) the dose equivalent) power consumption on the surface of the packaging,



f) data on surface contamination of packaging,



g) size of the coefficient loužitelnosti of radioactive waste conditioned

to store, if it is limited to the terms of the acceptability of the storage,



h) total mass of radioactive waste,



I) weight packaging of radioactive waste in the case of

storage before storing it in the case of storage,



(j) the date or period of performance) of the packaging,



k) date of issue of passport,



l) trade name and identification number (if any) of the person,

that radioactive waste passes, and the first name, surname, position and signature

authorized representative of that person,



m) trade name and identification number (if any) of the person,

that radioactive waste takes over, and the first name, surname, position and signature

authorized representative of that person.



(3) to the cover sheet of prepared radioactive wastes are bundled with other programs

a copy of the accompanying sheets of radioactive waste or certificate enclosed

radionuclide emitters that file storage packaging of radioactive

the waste contains, or other documents that accompany

tell us about the properties of the radioactive waste and how to dispose of

them.



(4) an integral part of the accompanying worksheet for radioactive waste

transmitted to the store or storage is a written statement the originator

modified radioactive waste stating that the radioactive waste were

adapted in accordance with the approved limits and conditions for their preparation

and that they meet the criteria for the appropriate store or warehouse,

for example, they do not contain free liquid, pyrophoric substances, toxic substances

or explosive substances.




(5) the data of the accompanying worksheet must correspond to the information of the operational journals

the originator or administrator of the warehouse or storage. The cover sheet shall be drawn up in

three copies, with the original and the copy must be stored in different

the fire sections. ^ 21) the accompanying list of radioactive waste archives

Storage management of radioactive waste permanently and other permit holders

to the management of radioactive waste or originators to archive at least

for a period of 10 years from the transfer or disposal of radioactive

the waste.



TITLE IV



THE PLACING OF RADIONUCLIDES INTO THE ENVIRONMENT



[To section 8, paragraph 1, and article 9, paragraph 1 (a), h) of the Act]



§ 56



The General rules for the placing of radionuclides into the environment



(1) the Radionuclides may only be put into the environment only if it is

justified pursuant to § 4 paragraph 2. 2 of the Act. Must be selected such

ways to avoid it before it naturally reduces the activity of the

spontaneous radioactive decay to levels associated with insignificantly small

radiation occurs in the environment to the accumulation of radionuclides

might endanger health or the environment.



(2) If, upon the placing of radionuclides into the environment could

the collective effective dose should not exceed 1 Mw or critical group

the population exposure may occur above one twentieth of the General

limits, proof that the optimization of radiation protection in quantitative

studies that assess the benefits and risks of the selected procedure and

performs his comparison with alternative approaches.



(3) Optimization of the limits for the total discharges of radioactive substances from the

the workplace, where they perform radiation activity, is the average effective

the dose of 250 mikroSv per calendar year for the respective reference groups

the population, at the nuclear power facility of 200 mikroSv for

discharges into the air and 50 mikroSv for discharges into watercourses.



(4) the substances, materials and articles whose content of radionuclides or

the surface contamination with radionuclides exceeds the clearance levels,

can be set in the environment on the basis of, to the extent and for the

the conditions laid down in the authorization of the authority for the placing of radionuclides to the

of the environment in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). h) of the Act, where appropriate, other

with the consent of an authorisation issued by the authority under special laws

legislation. ^ 22)



§ 57



Clearance levels



(1) put into the environment without the prior authorisation of the authority in accordance with

§ 9 para. 1 (b). h) of the Act can be materials, substances and articles containing

radionuclides or contaminated by them under the conditions that



and in the release of solids) and objects to the use of off site

I. to IV. categories in any kilogram of the reclaimed material is not

the sum of the shares of the average weight of the activities of individual radionuclides

and the release levels of radionuclide activity concentration of the relevant

listed in table 1 of annex 2 is greater than 1, nor on any of the 100

cm2 of the surface of the material is the sum of the shares emitted by the average

area of activities of the individual placed radionuclides and release

surface of the respective levels of radionuclides given in table no.

1 of Annex No. 2 is greater than 1,



(b)) when the discharge of waste water into surface water in any meter

the water discharged is not the sum of the cubic of the products of average volume

the activities of individual discharges of radionuclides and the maximum

conversion factors hing to receive these radionuclide ingestion

an adult individual of the population according to the tables of the annex No 3 more

than 10-4 St. m-3,



(c)) in the discharge of waste water into the sewer system for public use in the

any cubic meter water discharged is not the sum of the products of average

the activities of individual discharges of radionuclides by volume and maximum

conversion factors hing to receive these radionuclide ingestion

an adult individual of the population according to the tables of the annex No 3 more

than 10-2 St. m-3, if there is no sewerage regulations ^ 22a) unless otherwise specified,



(d) the discharge into the air) when in any cubic metres discharged

It is not the sum of the products of gaseous substances the average volume of activities

the individual discharges of radionuclides and conversion factors for hinh

receive these radionuclides through inhalation an adult individual of

the population according to the tables of the annex No 3 larger than 10-7 Sv. m-3,



e) when storing the waste land ^ 23) saved material complies with the

the request referred to in subparagraph (a)), and the fit is made in such a way that

does not cause at a distance of 1 metre from the surface of the landfill increased wattage

dose equivalent by more than 0.1 mikroSv/h against the original

natural background in the site and the total wattage of the batch

the equivalent of not more than 0.4 mikroSv/h,



(f)) when burning in incinerators combustion gases emitted into the atmosphere

comply with the requirement referred to in subparagraph (d)) and the ashes resulting from the combustion of the suits

the request referred to in subparagraph (a)) or, if this ash is deposited in landfills

municipal waste, complies with the requirement referred to in subparagraph (e)).



(2) the clearance levels referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to the placing

radionuclides into the environment that is not justified by the benefits

pursuant to section 4, paragraph 4. 2 of the Act. Clearance levels shall not apply also to the

the placing of radionuclides to the environment from nuclear installations, mining

and editing of uranium ore, work areas, where it can cause a significant increase in

exposures from natural sources, nor upon the use of aggregates from the dumps of uranium

down. Clearance levels shall not apply to means of transport also

According to annex No 4 of Decree No 317/2002 Coll., on type approval and

carriage.



(3) put into the environment without the prior authorisation of the authority in accordance with

§ 9 para. 1 (b). h) of the Act can be materials, substances and articles containing

radionuclides or contaminated even if such

activity is justified by the benefit pursuant to § 4 paragraph 2. 2 of the Act and, in any

calendar year marketing associated collective effective dose not

be greater than 1 MW, with no individual person with marketing related

the effective dose may not be greater than 10, mikroSv and at least 60 days in advance

the Office was notified, what, what, when, where, and how

will be placed into the environment, together with an estimate of the related

exposure to radiation.



TITLE V OF THE



OTHER RADIATION ACTIVITIES



[To section 4 paragraph 11 and section 9, paragraph 1, point (a). r) of the Act]



§ 58



Addition of radioactive substances in consumer products



(1) the addition of radioactive substances in consumer products must be

justified and the amount of added radioactive substances shall be so

low as can reasonably be achieved while maintaining the purpose of the consumer

of the subject.



(2) Consumer product containing radioactive substances placed on the market

must be provided with accompanying documentation that informs consumers about the

added radioactive substances, their species, and the activity and possible

health injury associated with the use of the subject and the instructions on the safe

use, including information on how to safely dispose of the product, or

his remains, after a user becomes waste. If it is not in the

the conditions of authorisation provides otherwise, this product must be visibly

marked by a symbol of radiation risk, ^ 16) designation used

radionuclides and, where appropriate, their activity.



(3) Consumer product containing radioactive substances whose production

or importation was allowed by the authority in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). with the law, can)

used outside supervised or controlled areas if its

the use is conducted in accordance with the instructions on use (instructions for

the safe use of the product by the user) approved by the authority.



(4) the manufacturer or importer of a consumer product with added radioactive

substances creates conditions for the take-back of it manufactured or

imported products and allows you to take it manufactured or imported

products and one of the resulting waste.



§ 59



Services relevant to radiation protection



(1) significant Services in terms of radiation protection to be

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act, the following activities are

provided as a service to other natural or legal persons



and personal dosimetry service) including these services for the purposes of section 6 (1). 3

(a). (b)) of the Act,



b) surveillance of the workplace or around the extent laid down in the

the monitoring programme provided as a service for the operator

workplace III. or (IV). category,



(c)) services to ensure continuous surveillance of radiation protection,



(d)) services, which is not treated with sources of ionizing radiation,

but to be an exercise in controlled areas workplaces IV.

categories with open radiator, for example, the cleaning of these workplaces,

inspection, maintenance, or repair of other equipment, carried out by another person

than the operator of the controlled area,



e) measurement and assessment of exposure from natural radionuclides, including measurement

and reviews the occurrence of radon and radon transformation products in the construction and

determination of radon index land for the purposes of according to § 6 paragraph 1. 4 and 5

the law,



f) measurement and evaluation of the content of natural radionuclides in construction


materials and in the water for the purpose of according to § 6 paragraph 1. 6 of the Act,



(g)) the import, export or distribution of radiation generators, in addition to the generators

radiation are insignificant source.



(2) for the proper and skilled execution services referred to in paragraph 1 (b).

a), b), (e)), and (f)), depending on the type of service is considered to be



and the use of methodologies) correspond to the requirements of the master of the methodology

referred to in annex No 6 or 15,



(b) the elaboration of test protocols), which correspond to the requirements

the standard protocol set out in annex No 6 or 15,



(c) ensure the participation of natural persons) with the corresponding special professional

a device for representing the holder of the authorization to the comparative measurements

organised by the authority or with the consent of the authority.



(3) a person who provides services pursuant to paragraph 1. (d))

controlled areas, this work must be guided by the relevant

documentation approved for operator controlled area.



(4) the authorization to perform other services relevant from the point of view of radiation

protection in accordance with § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act is not needed, if in

the contract for the execution of the work in the framework of the services provided pursuant to paragraph 1

(a). c) or (d))) it is clearly agreed that full responsibility for the

radiation protection of all of the individuals that will be exercise,

customer service takes over, if he is authorized to carry out the activities,

that is the subject of the service.



TITLE VI OF THE



DETAILS OF THE CONDITIONS OF THE MEDICAL EXPOSURE



[To section 4, paragraph 4 (a) and 7) and § 7 (2). 3 of the law]



section 60



cancelled



§ 61



cancelled



§ 62



the title launched



(1) the diagnostic reference levels are levels of exposure, the

exceeded during examination of adult weight 70 kg

the use of standard procedures and good practice is not expected.



(2) diagnostic reference levels are listed in annex 9.



(3) at every workplace are determined their own diagnostic reference

level for all tests there normally undertaken by, for which they are

diagnostic reference levels laid down in annex No. 9 (hereinafter referred to as

"local diagnostic reference levels"). Local diagnostic

reference levels may be higher than the diagnostic reference levels

laid down in annex 9, only if this is justified. Significant

local diagnostic reference levels exceeded the permit holder

examine the results of the examination of the records and take corrective action.



§ 63



cancelled



§ 64



Equipment requirements of the workplace



(1) the new x-ray equipment shall be equipped with, if possible,

the associated equipment and supplies, which provide a quantitative

information on exposure is exposed, the test person. Fluoroscopy

without image intensifier shall not be used. Skiaskopických x-ray

devices without a batch input control can only be used

in exceptional and justified cases.



(2) the new therapeutic radiological equipment shall not be used without

the corresponding dozimetrického equipment for testing properties of sources

ionizing radiation and no Simulator for radionuclide ozařovače and

linear accelerators and x-ray equipment without a corresponding

brachytherapy treatment.



(3) medical workplaces in which medical exposure.

must be provided with personal protective equipment and AIDS for

radiation protection of all workers, persons undergoing medical exposure

as well as people caring for them on a voluntary basis. Personal protective equipment & tools

they are used to the extent corresponding to the nature of the examination.



§ 65



Therapeutic applications of radionuclides



(1) the Therapeutic applications of radionuclides that are open to the radiator,

be carried out only in parts of the health facilities, specially

designed and equipped to meet the demands of the workplace with

Open radionuklidovými the radiator. It must be ensured that the

patients used a custom lingerie and release patients as well as all

personal effects were checked for possible

contamination with radionuclides, and, where necessary, decontaminated or disposed of

as items contaminated with radionuclides or radioactive waste.

Outpatient therapeutic applications of radionuclides may be carried out only

If this is provided for in the terms of the relevant permit Office, for example, when

palliative treatment of bone metastases. Outpatient therapeutic application

radionuclides are not permissible for patients or inkontinentních

patients unable to comply with the basic rules of hygiene.



(2) Dismissal of patients to home care after treatment application

radionuclides so that do not exceed the limits referred to in paragraph 23 of the

paragraph. 1. These limits also apply to regulate exposure for

visitors to patients after treatment application of radionuclides. The data are

be entered into the medical records of the patient. In the case that

patient undergoing the treatment of radionuclides, the holder of the authorization shall provide the

the patient or his legal representative before leaving the health care

written information about the device the risks of ionizing radiation, and written

instructions on how to restrict benefits for persons who come into contact with the patient,

at such a low level, as can reasonably be achieved. In the event that the

the exposure of individuals in the household could approach values the General limits is

should be provided with written instructions as well as patients who are undergoing examination

radionuclides.



§ 66



cancelled



§ 67



Additional terms for medical exposure



(1) the radiation protection of individuals knowingly and willingly helping

individuals undergoing medical exposure must be optimized according to the §

4 (4). 4 of the Act, with the exposure of these persons shall be limited in accordance with the

the requirements set out in § 23 para. 1. the following persons must be 18 years or older

and proven to be briefed on the risks arising from the exposure, with your

consent to such radiation must be confirmed in writing.



(2) the holder of the authorization ensures each event when the medical investigation

exposure leading to unplanned application benefits the patient and in severe

cases, the results of the investigation to announce the Office.



(3) the permit holder ensures suitable selection of medical devices and

the choice of techniques designed for medical exposures that are part of the

Search examination and exposure associated with high-dose for

patients during radiotherapy, interventional radiology and computer

tomography. For these activities, the increased attention devoted to reviews

the exposure of patients or other individuals undergoing medical exposure.



(4) for each of the medical exposure shall be recorded quantities and parameters

to identify the benefits for each of the investigated or treated for

specific radiological procedure chosen.



(5) the provider of health services Announces on-demand Office details

referred to in paragraph 4 and the data that is used to determine the distribution of benefits in

of the population.



TITLE VII



MONITORING, MEASUREMENT, EVALUATION, VERIFICATION AND RECORDING OF QUANTITIES,

THE PARAMETERS AND THE FACTS RELEVANT IN TERMS OF RADIATION PROTECTION



[To section 2 (b) gg) and § 18 para. 1 (b). and) of the Act]



§ 68



Variables, parameters, and really important from the point of view of radiation protection



(1) the Quantities important in terms of radiation protection quantities are

as defined in the monitoring programme approved by the authority, or in the description

monitoring in accordance with § 36 odst. 3.



(2) the parameters and factors important in terms of radiation protection

are



and) parameters and properties of ionizing radiation sources,



b) parameters and the protective properties of personal protective

funds and other protective gear and equipment for working with resources

ionizing radiation (hereinafter referred to as "protective equipment"),



c) parameters and properties of the packaging of radioactive emitters,



d) parameters and properties of other products and equipment that are designed

for immediate activities, sources of ionizing radiation, which

the design can affect the level of radiation protection, for example, planning

systems, developing the process, the quality of the x-ray films and quality

accentuating the foil,



(e)) with ionizing radiation sources subject to type approval

proof of the type approval certificate for radionuclide emitters

the closed-end of the radiator, or the accompanying list of open emitters,



(f) the results of the monitoring) and the methodology used, including the



1. personal benefits category A workers,



2. variables and parameters that characterize the radiation field and

the occurrence of radionuclides in the workplace,



3. variables and parameters that characterize the discharges of radionuclides into the environment

workplace,



4. variables and parameters that characterize the radiation field and

the occurrence of radionuclides in the vicinity of the workplace,



g) records of informing exposed workers on the risk of their work,



h) records for verifying the eligibility of exposed workers to safely

management of sources of ionizing radiation by regular tests,



I) evidence of the conclusions of the preventive medical examinations to verify the

health workers in category A,



j) indications of radiation protection policy violation identified in the


under continuous surveillance of radiation protection,



to) other personal data held in the radiation of the card.



§ 69



The scope of monitoring, measurement, evaluation, verification and recording of quantities,

the parameters and the facts relevant in terms of radiation protection



(1) the parameters and properties in accordance with § 68 para. 2 (a). and monitor)

measured, assessed, verified and recorded



and) for the production, import or distribute to the extent necessary to

the assessment of conformity to the approved type or the requirements of the relevant

technical regulations,



(b)) when taking the sources of ionizing radiation, prior to the commencement of his

the use, in the range specified for the acceptance test



(c) in the course of use of resources) of ionizing radiation in the range defined by the

for the test of long-term stability and operational stability.



(2) the parameters and properties in accordance with § 68 para. 2 (a). b), c) and (d))

monitored, measured, assessed, verified and recorded upon receipt or

acquisition of relevant things to the extent provided in the system documentation

the quality.



(3) the parameters and protective properties under § 68 para. 2 (a). (b)) must

comply with the requirements to ensure radiation protection laid down in the Czech

technical standards. ^ 24)



(4) the documents referred to in § 68 para. 2 (a). (e)) and shall be recorded in the

extent necessary for recording the sources.



(5) the parameters and properties of the contained radioactive emitters, after the

verify its tightness recorded in the certificate of the closed

of the radiators to the extent provided in § 82. Parameters and

Open properties of the radiators, when his pass

any other authorisation holder recorded in the passport of an open

of the radiators to the extent provided in § 83, where applicable,

in the case of radioactive waste, the passport of radioactive

the waste.



(6) the Variables, parameters, and fact pursuant to § 68 para. 2 (a). (f))

monitored, measured, assessed, verified and recorded in the manner and to the extent

as defined in § 74 to 79, and for the site or source of ionizing

radiation exposure referred to in the monitoring programme approved by the authority, where appropriate, in

description of the monitoring referred to in § 36 odst. 3.



(7) personal dosage of outside workers shall be recorded in the personal

radiation of the card. Details provided by special law.



section 70



Acceptance test



(1) acceptance test includes



and classification of sources of ionizing radiation), pursuant to section 4 to 10, if you already

has not been made previously by the manufacturer, the importer or the Distributor, or in the

type-approval,



b) unsealed the radiators to verify the data referred to in

the accompanying document is passed to an open of the radiator, and it

at least the data according to § 83 para. 2 (a). (b)),



(c)) for closed radionuclide emitters ^ 25) leak test and validation

the data referred to in the certificate contained radioactive emitters, and

at least the data according to § 82 para. 2 (a). (b)) (a) visually. 2 (a). (d)), and

e) measurement; If the certificate is not the closed-end of older radiators

6 months, the only verification of the tightness of the radiator,



d) for equipment containing radioactive sealed radiator



1. If the device is supplied with a radiator, which cannot be removed, the test

the closed-end of the radiator by the letter c) procedures

proving the required data indirectly, with verification of the

where appropriate, the identification number of the radiator is not performed,



2. verify the functionality of the device and verify the quality of the management, control,

safety, signalling and indicator systems



3. Verify that the specified operation parameters and device properties

they don't depart for the expected purpose of the limits laid down in the Czech

technical standards or in the technical dossier from the manufacturer or

the importer,



4. determination of the accuracy of the dosimetry and determination of

the purpose of use,



e) radiation generators and for devices whose operation arise

radionuclides,



1. verify the functionality and quality of the management, control,

safety, signalling, display and imaging systems,



2. Verify that the specified operation parameters and device properties

they don't depart for the expected purpose of the limits laid down in the Czech

technical standards ^ 26) or in the accompanying technical documentation from the

the manufacturer,



3. determination of the accuracy of the dosimetry and determination of

the purpose of use.



(2) Acceptance tests shall be made at least to the extent provided by the Czech

technical standards, based on the design of the manufacturer, importer or

the Distributor, or in the range specified in the type approval. When

the acceptance test, the holder of the authorization, that the test be carried out, shall lay down the

the scope and frequency of measurement and verification of properties of sources of ionising

radiation in the intended manner of use in tests of long-term

stability and operational stability tests.



(3) to perform acceptance testing, in addition to the acceptance tests of open

radiators, they can, as a specific way of management of sources of ionising

radiation, only persons having appropriate authorization of the authority; control and exercise them

may, as the activities of particular importance from the point of view of radiation protection,

only natural persons with specific professional qualifications, pursuant to special

^ 10) legislation, and if it is the provision of health care,

also the appropriate specialized eligibility under special laws

regulations ^ 5b). The results of the acceptance tests shall be recorded in the log

for this test, which receives a person who passes the source, so the person

that takes the source. A copy of the log to be sent to the holder of the authorisation, which

the test is carried out in writing or in another agreed form of Authority within 1 month

Since the implementation of the test.



(4) in the case of technological units of nuclear installations and parts and

nuclear fuel acceptance tests are replaced by tests carried out

in the context of the various stages of their entry into service.



(5) acceptance tests do not apply to



and insignificant and minor source) of ionizing radiation, and those simple

sources of ionizing radiation, for which it was provided for in the terms of

handling permit or in the conditions of the decision on their

type-approval,



(b)) radioactive waste during their takeover of the storage management

radioactive waste for storage,



c) sources of ionizing radiation when you take them over entirely to

storage, transport or distribution,



d) sources of ionizing radiation produced by the operator for

own use and not for prototypes and unique device.



§ 71



The test of long-term stability



(1) the test of long-term stability for each source of ionising

radiation is done at least to the extent provided by Czech technical

^ 26 standards), on the basis of a design manufacturer, importer or distributor, and

or to the extent specified in the type approval. The range of tests

provides for the holder of the authorization for conducting acceptance test or first

long-term stability test (hereinafter referred to as the "default long-term test

stability ").



(2) the test of long-term stability, if the Office does not provide in the authorization

or otherwise in the framework of control activities, carried



and about) every time they suspect a malfunction of the device that

part of it is the source of ionizing radiation,



(b)) after the maintenance or repair work that could affect the property or

parameter being validated in the test of long-term stability,



(c)) at any time the test results indicate that the operational stability

characteristic operating characteristics and parameters of sources of ionising

radiation repeatedly strays for the purpose of the limits laid down in

Czech technical standards or in technical documentation from the manufacturer

or importer,



(d)) no later than before the expiry of the last test



1. the 12 months for radiodiagnostic cabin x-ray device

intended for human medicine and for relevant sources,



2. the 12 months for dental x-ray equipment, or 24 months if

the results of independent audits by the Office with the file rozeslaným

termoluminiscenčními dosimeters (TLD audit) confirms the correct operation of

the device,



3. for closed radionuclide emitters in the range and frequency according to

Annex No. 7,



4.24 months for the other simple sources.



(3) tests of long-term stability ensures that the holder of the authorisation to

management of source, that source has a holding. Perform tests

long-term stability, as a specific way of management of resources

ionizing radiation, only persons having appropriate authorization to the authority and control

and exercise them can, as the activities of particular importance in terms of

radiation protection, only natural persons with special professional qualifications

under special legislation ^ 10), and if it is a provision of

health care, also the specialised competence according to

special legislation ^ 5b) test results for long-term stability

shall be recorded in the log for this test, which will receive a copy of the

every person who is the holder of a permit to the handling of the source

ionizing radiation. A copy of the log to be sent to the person conducting the test


in writing or another agreed form of Authority within 1 month from the implementation of

of the test.



(4) long-term stability Tests do not apply to insignificant and small

sources of ionizing radiation, to unsealed sources, the

technological units of nuclear facilities, nuclear fuel

or to radioactive waste. Long-term stability tests shall not apply

even on those simple sources of ionizing radiation, for which it was

laid down in the conditions of the handling permit or in the conditions

decisions about their type approval. The test of long-term stability can be

at the source of ionizing radiation produced by the operator for his own

use prototype or unique devices to replace the operational tests

stability to the extent approved by the authority.



§ 72



Operational stability test



(1) operational stability Test includes for each resource

ionizing radiation characteristic authentication performance

and parameters within the range specified by the Czech technical standards or in the

the range specified in the type approval of the radiation source under paragraph 23 of

the law, based on the design of the manufacturer or importer of the device. Range

the test specifies when the acceptance test, the examination of long-term

stability.



(2) the operational stability Test shall be carried out periodically at intervals

set in the acceptance test, or on the basis of the recommendations of

by the manufacturer in the technical documentation of the sources of ionizing radiation and always after

maintenance or repair work that could affect the test property or

parameter.



(3) in the case of sealed radioactive emitters, the test operating stability

normally indirectly by measuring the wear of those parts of the device that

come into contact with the radiator, the procedure laid down in the Czech technical

standards, ^ 25) each time you clean, but at least once every 12 months, and

When you use in chemically aggressive environments or where there is an increased

risk of mechanical damage, at least once every 3 months, if it is not in the

the conditions of the authorisation or decision of a type approval laid down

otherwise.



(4) tests of operating stability of the declarant shall make, or cause

or the holder of the authorisation to the handling of the resource that is the source of the

ionizing radiation, including additional test equipment, held by.

The test results are recorded in the operational stability of the Protocol on the

the test held by the holder of the authorization to the treatment of source

the resource has held. Other users of the sources of ionizing radiation

must be able to acquaint themselves with the test results of operational stability.



(5) the operational stability of the Tests do not apply to immaterial resources

ionizing radiation, to unsealed sources, the

technological units of nuclear facilities, nuclear fuel

or to radioactive waste.



section 73



The elements of the monitoring programme



(1) the monitoring programme is under way and the scope of management of resources

ionising radiation or radioactive wastes as a rule these parts:



and workplace monitoring)



(b) the personal monitoring)



c) discharge monitoring,



d) monitoring the area.



(2) the programme monitoring shall include monitoring for normal operation,

for predictable deviations from normal operation as well as for cases of radiation

accidents and radiological accidents



and) the definition of quantities which are monitored, the way the range and

frequency measurement



(b)) the guides on the evaluation of the results of measurements,



c) benchmark values and an overview of the relevant measures in the

their occurrence;



d) specification of methods of measurement,



e) specification used types of measuring instruments and equipment and their

parameters.



(3) the programme monitoring must be designed in such a way and in such

to the extent that the operation of the workplace allow for validation of requirements

capping the exposure, demonstrating that radiation protection is optimized,

and more requirements for the safe operation of the workplace, in particular

early detection of deviations from normal operation. According to the monitoring

nature designs and introduces either as routine, it is a continuous or

periodic or as operational when certain activities with a view to assessing

and to ensure the acceptability of this activity in terms of system limitations.

If there is a change in the arrangement of the workplace, the sources of ionising

radiation, methods and conditions of handling or to changes in the

monitoring methods, the monitoring program is updated.



§ 74



Uniform procedures for the evaluation of variables measured in the context of monitoring



(1) when converting the activities of radionuclides received on time efficient

conversion factors shall apply to the benefits referred to in the relevant tables

Annex No. 3. The closer to the unidentified radionuclides and chemical

forms of the inhaled aerosol properties or are attributed to the activity of those

radionuklidům and their forms of, or such an aerosol, for which

is set out in annex # 3 highest conversion factor for receiving the ingestion of

or by inhaling.



(2) if they are not aware of the data in a more appropriate to the situation, the

intake of radionuclide ingestion based on the consumption of the species

Edibles, qualified as determined from statistical surveys, and particularly

for each age category.



(3) if they are not aware of the data in a more appropriate to the situation, it is calculated that the

for the year, a worker at work lasting 2000 hours breathes 2000 m3 air

and consuming 1 m3 of water, 0.7 m3 in the form of liquid. For other persons

counts, that the amount of inhaled air in one year is for people

at the age of up to 1 year including 1000 m3, ranging in age from 1 to 2 years, including 2000 m3

in the age of from 2 to 7 years, including 4000 m3, ranging in age from 7 to 12 years

6000 m3, ranging in age from 12 to 17 years of age including 8000 m3 and for persons over 17

years 8500 m3. For the ingestion of water, others counts, that person

under 2 years old consuming 0.25 m3 of water per year in the form of liquids, person 2

-17 years, consuming 0.45 m3 of water per year in liquid form and a person over

17 years of consuming 1 m3 of water per year, of which 0.7 m3 in the form of liquid.



(4) for the external exposure of the rare radioactive gas dispersed in

the air of the workplace when it recalculates the average activity concentration of these

gases on the power consumption of the effective dose apply conversion factors referred to in

table 1 of annex 3.



(5) to calculate the effective dose due to the inhalation of the products of the conversion

Radon of atmosphere in areas affected by mining and processing of uranium

ore, the value of the background radon activity concentration equivalent is considering 10

Bq/m3, if no other value in the area.



§ 75



Reference levels



(1) the monitoring programme shall be defined reference levels, which are

value or criteria applicable to certain pre-established procedures or

measures.



(2) the reference level above which it is necessary to value data

to record and register are referred to as the recording level. The recording

the level of separate values deserving attention from the value insignificant.

The recording level is generally set as corresponding to one

tenth of the limits and monitoring method is chosen so as to make the smallest

the measured value of the detectable radiation protection was less than

set the recording level.



(3) the reference levels, above which is the impetus for subsequent

investigation on the causes and possible consequences of the observed fluctuations of the monitored

quantities of radiation protection are referred to as level of inquiry.

Investigation of the level is generally set as the equivalent of three

desetinám limitation of doses or as the upper limit usually occurring

values.



(4) the reference levels, above which is the initiation or

the introduction of measures to change the observed fluctuations of the monitored variables

radiation protection are referred to as intervention levels. The intervention levels

as defined in the monitoring programme, it also lists exactly what intervention

This is and how it makes decisions. For an individual measured

variable or parameter can be specified as well as several

downstream of the intervention levels, corresponding to the downstream interventions

gradually more important depending on how the importance of the observed fluctuations of

the tracked variables.



§ 76



Monitoring of the workplace



(1) a workplace Monitoring is carried out by monitoring, measurement,

the evaluation and recording of variables and parameters that make the field

ionizing radiation and the occurrence of radionuclides in the workplace, in particular

dose equivalent rates, in the workplace, volume of activities in

the air of the workplace, and area activities at the workplace. Introduces the all

workplaces and to IV. In addition to the categories of workplaces and, where

they will only be minor sources of ionizing radiation.



(2) when you start work and changes in work practices or when

the changes to the method of verifying the effectiveness of the radiation protection radiation protection

before the external and internal exposure: detailed measurement input of batch

equivalent volume of activities and other variables for ionizing sources

radiation, places, work with them, and in places the possible stay of workers.



(3) monitoring of radioactive contamination is chosen in the workplace


Open the radiator as to indicate deviations from the

normal operation, lack of function or failure of barriers to

dispersion of the radioactive substances.



(4) regular monitoring of air quality by continuous measurement of volume

activities of radionuclides in the air is always established at the places of work (IV).

category and those workplaces with open radiator III. category

where it is required by the Office under the conditions of the authorization.



§ 77



Monitoring personal



(1) the personal monitoring is used to determine the personal dose monitoring

measurement and evaluation of the individual external and internal exposure

each person usually personal dosimeters.



(2) the personal monitoring personal dosimeters shall be ensured for all

category A workers and for persons who, under internal emergency

plan to intervene in the workplace when a radiological accident or emergency

disasters, unless otherwise specified in the conditions of the permit or

the approved programme monitoring. For category A workers is

control period for the evaluation of personal dozimetru 1 month.

Evaluation of personal dosimeters performs authorized dozimetrická service.



(3) personal dosimeter is worn on the front left side of chest (hereinafter referred to as

"reference point"), if not in the monitoring programme provided for

otherwise. When using the protective shielding aprons are worn outside the aprons. In

case of exceeding investigation levels provided for in the approved programme

monitoring the personal dose equivalent measured outside the aprons will be reduced by

value corresponding to the decrease in the apron. When the dosimeter is located on

the reference site does not permit an estimate of the effective dose and equivalent dose

in organs and tissues, for which are laid down limits, the worker is

equipped with additional rectangular phalanx formation, which with its characteristics or by placing the

such an estimate will allow.



(4) the personal dosimeter shall measure all types of radiation involved in the

external exposure of a worker in the management of sources of ionizing radiation.

If this condition fails to comply with a dosimeter, a worker with the tripping of the

other monitoring devices, if it is not in the allowed different monitoring programme

the method of monitoring.



(5) at workplaces where radiation cannot be excluded as a result of the accident

a one-time external radiation, radiation workers are vybavováni

operational monitoring, which exceeded the level they are capable of

right signal. If the source of ionizing radiation cause

single exposure exceeding five times the limits for radiation

workers must allow the fixing of the levy and the monitoring of their

distribution in the body of workers, including the reconstruction of the accident.



(6) in the workplace, where it can occur to the internal exposure of workers, the

revenue of radionuclides, where appropriate, the harnesses on the effective dose from the internal

the exposure of individual workers find usually measuring things to do

radionuclides in the body of a worker or in its excreta and transferred to the

income by using models of the respiratory tract, the gastrointestinal tract and kinetics

the relevant elements. When you work with open radionuklidovými radiator is

activity measurements of radionuclides in the body of a worker or in its excretions

required in the workplace (IV). categories always and in workplaces, III.

the categories, if so provided for in the monitoring programme.



(7) in the case of a suspicion that there was an unplanned single exposure

the worker performs is instantly evaluate personal dosimeters and

dosimetric evaluation of the event.



(8) the radiation workers, the employer shall ensure that the

request access to the results of their individual monitoring, including the

the results of measurements which may have been used in estimating, or to

assessments of their doses made as a result of workplace.



§ 78



Discharge monitoring



(1) the monitoring of releases and other paths of the release of radioactive substances

the environment is carried out by monitoring, measurement,

by recording and evaluating the variables and parameters that characterize the

generated substances, in particular their total weight or volume,

activity. Introduced in all workplaces where disposal

substances contaminated with radionuclides their modified-release tablets or where

There is a possibility of a serious leak quantity of radionuclides into the environment. Is used

to ensure compliance with the permitted discharge limits or conditions of the permit and to

the timely detection and evaluation of possible leaks and their consequences on the

the population in the vicinity of the workplace and the environment.



(2) the monitoring of releases and other paths of the release of radioactive substances

in the environment of workplaces of the IV. category and of those workplaces

III. categories, for which this is required by the Office under the conditions of the permit,

It includes both the systematic measurement of radionuclides, the balance sheet of all that

major involved in the exposure of the population as well as continuous

measurement of representative radionuclides, which is capable of quickly

signal deviations from normal operation. If there is a possibility of

the unacceptable leakage of radionuclides into the atmosphere, it also ensures

systematic monitoring of all potential pathways of these leaks.



§ 79



Monitoring around the workplace



(1) monitoring around the workplace is carried out by monitoring, measurement,

the evaluation and recording of variables and parameters that make the field

ionizing radiation and the occurrence of radionuclides in the vicinity of the workplace, in particular

batch inputs, activities, activity and weight by volume of activities.

Introduced in all workplaces (IV). the categories and on those workplaces

III. categories, for which this is required by the Office under the conditions of the permit,

where there is a possibility of a serious leak quantity of radionuclides into the environment.

Are used to check compliance with the permitted discharges and to ensure timely detection of

and evaluation of possible leaks and their impact on the population in the surrounding area

the workplace and the environment, and in normal operation is used for

confirmation of the safety of operations in relation to the surrounding area.



(2) monitoring the surrounding area secures the networks selected in advance

observation points and trails, which are based on the measurement

equivalents from external exposure and on the basis of samples and the determination of the

the content of radionuclides in air, k sázkám stream and in selected folders

the environment and in food calculated size and layout

the effective doses and their jobs.



(3) monitoring around the workplace starts with 1 to 2 years before their

putting into operation. The objective of this monitoring is both a pre-production

winning documents dealing with the original state around future resources, so

preoperational validation program monitoring. Scope and content

the monitoring is part of pre-production pre-production safety

the message.



(4) the monitoring carried out under the National Radiological monitoring

a special law regulates the network ^ 26a).



TITLE VIII



REGISTRATION OF IONIZING RADIATION SOURCES AND OTHER FACTS RELEVANT

RADIATION PROTECTION



[To section 18, paragraph 1 (b), (c) and section 22 (a)). e) of the Act]



§ 80



Registration of ionizing radiation sources for permit holders



(1) the holder of the authorization shall keep any source of ionizing radiation,

which is treated, the following documents and information:



and a description of the source, allowing it to) clearly identify, in particular,

the name, type designation, name of the manufacturer, or the identification

the number,



(b) the purpose of the management of the source),



(c)) all permits and other decisions relating to the management of the source of

ionizing radiation,



d) operating records characterizing the manner and extent of the treatment

the source of ionizing radiation, radioactive emitters also opened

the purpose and the balance of its consumption,



e) records concerning the handling of ionizing radiation sources

taken under the continuous supervision of compliance with the radiation protection and

the records of the control activities.



(2) the holder of the authorization shall keep any source of ionizing radiation, which has the

in his possession, the following documents and information:



and physical resources takeover date) ionizing radiation,



(b) proof of acquisition of resources) of ionizing radiation,



(c)) at the source of ionizing radiation which is subject to approval of type, in addition to

radionuclide emitters, a declaration of conformity issued by the manufacturer,

the importer or the Distributor,



(d)) for the closed-end of the emitters of the certificate,



(e)) at the open of the radiator cover sheet issued at the

the previous holder of the radiators, transmission



(f) Protocol on the acceptance test), a long-term test reports

stability, if these tests are required, and records with the measurement results

carried out within the operational stability tests,



(g)) if the source of ionising radiation is passed into the possession of another person,

the figure, to whom and when the resource was passed, and in the case unsealed

the radiators also cover sheet issued during this transfer,



h) if the radiator is placed into a radioactive environment, records

about his entry into the environment,



If I) radiopharmaceutical radiator is removed as radioactive waste,

the figure, to whom and when the radiator was passed, and the accompanying list of radioactive

waste issued when this transfer,




j) for high-activity of the radiators also photographs or other similar

representation in cases where it is required according to § 33 para. 8 or 9.



(3) if the Office does not provide otherwise, the protocols on the acceptance

the tests for the use of equipment, long term test reports

the stability of at least 3 years and records with the results of the measurements carried out in the

the operational stability of at least 1 year. The other data referred to in

paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be kept for at least 10 years from the end of

management of the source of ionizing radiation.



(4) holders of an authorisation for use or storage of sources of ionising

radiation shall be sent in writing or by any other agreed form of Authority to the State

the system of registration of ionizing radiation sources resource data

ionizing radiation, which have in their possession, in addition to the insignificant and

type-approved minor sources, unless the terms of the authorisation

unless otherwise specified,



and radiation generators) information in a range of items on the registration tab

radiation generator referred to in annex No. 12 not later than 1 month after



1. the successful acceptance test,



2. change the data on the registration card,



3. transfer of the possession of another person,



4. decommissioning,



(b)) of the enclosed data in the range of radionuclide radiators items on

registration card contained a radioactive emitters listed in annex

# 12 not later than 1 month after



1. physical takeover of the closed-end of the radiator,



2. change the data on the registration card,



3. transfer of the possession of another person,



4. delete as radioactive waste or other disposal,



(c)) on the devices with closed radiator radionuklidovými data

the items on the registration tab, the device with the enclosed radionuklidovými

the radiator indicated in annex No. 12 not later than 1 month after



1. the successful acceptance test,



2. change the data on the registration card,



3. transfer of equipment into possession of another person,



4. the decommissioning.



(5) holders of residence permits for the manufacture, importation, distribution and export of resources

ionizing radiation shall be sent in writing or in another agreed form

The authority, if it is not provided otherwise in the conditions of the permit, collectively for

previous quarter, not later than one month after its expiry, overview

produced, imported, distributed and exported resources

ionizing radiation in the range indicated in the annex No. 13.



(6) storage management of radioactive waste shall be sent in writing or by any other

agreed by the authority until the end of February of the current year collectively for

the previous calendar year, a list of the mass (volume), with a total

the activity of radionuclides, the content of which is limited by the terms of the

acceptability to the store, and also those which are included in the amount of

more than 1% of the total activity, including data, who was the originator of the waste.



(7) the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 3 shall also apply to the registration of radioactive

the waste. The register of radioactive waste for the authorisation holders in accordance with § 9

paragraph. 1 (b). j) of the Act are also applicable in addition, the provisions of § 54.



§ 81



Evidence of tiny ionizing radiation sources for informants



(1) the declarant within the meaning of § 21 para. 2 of the Act, that uses a type-

approved minor sources, leads and stores of every type-approved

retail sources the following documents and information:



to allow the resource description) to be uniquely identified, in particular the name,

the type designation, manufacturer's name, identification number, or



(b) purpose of use of resources) of ionizing radiation,



c) instructions for use of ionizing radiation sources approved by the authority,



(d) test range operations) of stability.



(2) any type-approved retail sources of ionizing radiation,

which is in his possession, use, and retains the type-

approved small addition, these source documents and information:



and the date of collection) or absorption of ionizing radiation sources,



(b) proof of acquisition of resources) of ionizing radiation,



c) Declaration of conformity issued by a manufacturer, importer or other person

indicating the source of ionizing radiation into circulation,



d) for closed radionuclide emitters of the certificate,



(e)) for unsealed radiators passports,



f) data on the location of the sources of ionizing radiation.



(3) the Recorded data shall be kept for a period of 5 years from delivery or

eliminate the source of ionizing radiation.



(4) Ohlašovatelé to be sent information according to § 21 para. 2 the Law Office to

the State system of registration of ionizing radiation sources in writing or in another

the agreed form.



§ 82



The certificate contained radioactive emitters



(1) a certificate of the contained radioactive emitters, demonstrates its

the degree of resistance and other properties verified made tests. ^ 25)



(2) a certificate of the contained radioactive emitters contains



and) identification number certificate



(b) production, or) the identification number of the closed-end of

radiators,



(c)) of an approved type, with the designation whose properties are properties

emitters in concert,



(d) information on the nature of the radionuclide),



e) activity data contained a radioactive emitters with an indication of the date on

to which the indicated activity applies, an indication of the maximum

Basic radionuclide, on important and very significant resources also

kermovou up in the air with the date, to which it applies,



f) data on the physical and chemical form of the radionuclide and its carriers,



g) data on the dimensions of the closed-end of the radiator,



h) details of the encapsulation or protective overlay (material, thickness,

method of execution and conclusion)



I) degree of the closed-end of the emitters, ^ 25) of a given type



j) results of tests ^ 25) of radioactive contamination and leakage

the contained radioactive emitters,



the recommended period of application of the closed-end) of the radiator and

any additional supporting evidence for the systematic verification of its tightness

by the operator,



l) date of issue of the certificate,



m) business name and identification number (if any) of the person who

issued the certificate, and name, surname, position and signature of the authorised

a representative of that person.



(3) the radionuclide radiators, which closed for technical reasons

they cannot be identified with the brand and the serial number, is issued a blanket

the certificate. This bulk certificate shall be drawn up for all the radiators

the same type and of the same size, which contain the same quantity of the same

radionuclides and are held by the same holder. Bulk certificate shall contain

the information referred to in paragraph 2; to place the data on the number of radiators with

lists the number of each sealed radioactive emitters, for which

the bulk of the certificate is issued. This provision shall not apply to

high-activity of the radiator.



(4) Determining or verifying the resistance of sealed classes

radionuclide emitters and the issuing of certificates of closed

radionuclide emitters are specific ways of management of resources

ionizing radiation, which are subject to appropriate authorization of the authority and

which they can control, such as a significant activity in terms of

radiation protection, only natural persons with special professional

the comp. For closed radionuclide emitters will suffice for

the issue closed radiator to the entitled person has verified the

the tightness and then used the information on the certificate issued by the manufacturer

radiator no earlier 6 months.



(5) If an enclosed radioactive heater is not accompanied by certificates or

There is no other in the terms of authorisation laid down in the manner demonstrated his

tightness, is treated as if it were an open radionuclide

radiator. Closed means a radioactive heater on which long-term test

stability carried out within the time limits referred to in annex No. 7 was demonstrated his

tightness, can be regarded as closed, and you can continue to use it to

the recommended period of application referred to in the certificate of the closed

of the radiator; If it is not the recommended duration of use is known or

has already expired, it can be used only if it is not in the Serie a by the Office

unless otherwise provided for in the authorisation to dealing with this emitter, on

the basis of the results of the tests confirmed the long-term status

stability when the leak test has been carried out by direct method



section 83



The accompanying list of open radioactive emitters



(1) the radioactive heater is Open when passing into the possession of another person

accompanied by a passport of an open of the radiators, which

Show parameters and properties important from the point of view of radiation protection

for dealing with it.



(2) the accompanying sheet of radiator contains open



and the specification or identification number) of the radiator,



(b)) in the type approval marking of the radiators are subject to an approved type,

the properties are the properties of emitters in concert,



(c) information on the nature of the radionuclide),



(d)) the data on the physical and chemical form of the radionuclide and its carriers,



e) activity data and mass activity of the radionuclide, indicating the time,

to which the information relates,



f) data on the chemical and radiochemical purity,




g) information about the type of packing of the open of the radiator,



h) date of issue of passport,



I) trade name and identification number (if any) of the person who

passports issued, and the name, surname, position and signature of the authorised

a representative of that person.



(3) For jointly transmitted the same unsealed radiators

exposes common passports, which in addition to the data referred to in

paragraph 2, for the individual radiator shall be the total number of transmitted to the radiators.



(4) the articles or substances contaminated with radionuclides in the workplace

incurred for the operation of nuclear facilities and other equipment in the

operation arise or occur to their concentration,

not considered for more unsealed sources, as long as they remain on the

the workplace, where the radioactive contamination or to the appearance of objects or

substances has occurred. If such objects or substances being passed into the possession of another

the person need not be in the accompanying document these radiators give the particulars referred to in

paragraph 2 (a). c) to (f)), where the maximum power consumption of the batch

equivalent at a distance of 0.1 m from the surface and the maximum surface activity

to 100 cm2 of the surface in the case of surface contamination of radionuclides.



(5) in the case of radioactive waste shall cover sheet open

of the radiator does not expose and is replaced by Passport

of radioactive waste.



§ 84



Evidence of personal benefits for holders of authorisations



(1) the holder of the authorization leads to register individual doses of workers

the category and the following documents and information:



and) name, surname, place and date of birth,



(b) the social security number), if it has been assigned a social security number and to its

the use of written consent granted under special legislation ^ 26b)



c) personal dosage and other information for the characterization of exposure set by the Office

in the conditions of a permit or an approved by the Office as part of a program

monitoring.



(2) the documents and particulars referred to in paragraph 1 shall be kept for the duration of

working life involving exposure to ionizing radiation, and further up to

the time when the individual has or would have attained 75 years of age, in any case,

However, at least 30 years after the end of work, during which

the worker has been exposed to ionizing radiation.



(3) the operator of a controlled area leads the list for all the people

other than those referred to in paragraph 1, that the controlled area

entered, the time of stay of these persons within it, and an estimate of the effective dose for

These persons. These data shall be kept for a period of 10 years.



(4) personal benefits from the exceptional exposure within the meaning of § 23 para. 4, of the

emergency exposure pursuant to § 2 (b). x) section 3 of the Act and of the emergency

occupational exposure pursuant to section 2 (a). x) section 4 of the Act is

recorded separately.



(5) the holder of a permit to the State system Office announces record

radiation exposed workers, either directly or through a person,

his personal dosimetry is performed,



and personal data for each) worker category and details

characterizing the expected exposure to the extent and form set out

The Office within one month from the entry into employment and at each change of these

data,



(b) the particulars of individual doses) of all staff categories and up to 2

months after the termination of the monitoring period,



(c) the annual review of individual doses) of all staff categories, and to

the end of April of the current year in the year preceding,



d) effective dose from external exposure in excess of 20 mSv, or

equivalent dose from external exposure exceeding 150 mSv, along with

evaluation of the causes of this situation and adopted the conclusions, without delay after the

their findings,



e) time effective dose for internal radiation exposure exceeding 6 mSv, along

evaluation of the causes of this situation and adopted the conclusions, without delay after the

their findings.



§ 85



Evidence of personal benefits for eligible dosimetry services



(1) Authorized dozimetrická service archives the data of individual doses

worker category and at least 1 year following the year to which the

data relate.



(2) the Authorized dozimetrická service passes the results of the assessment of exposure in

form laid down in the conditions of the permit or the agreed with the Office of

to the relevant holder of the authorisation, and also directly to the Office



and, immediately after the evaluation of the dozimetru) because of the unplanned

single exposure,



(b)) shall immediately after finding the effective dose from external exposure

exceeding 20 mSv and equivalent dose from external exposure in excess of the

mSv 150,



(c)) shall immediately after discovery of the committed effective dose from internal exposure

exceeding 6 mSv.



(3) the Authorized dozimetrická service Announces Office within 1 month of the conclusion of the

or cancellation of the contract with the holder of the authorization to the management of resources

ionizing radiation on the implementation of individual measurements on the workplace.



(4) benefits received by exposed workers of category A in exceptional

ozářeních pursuant to § 23 and benefits received when radiological emergency

situations are recorded separately and not cumulative with the doses received during the

normal operation.



§ 86



The evidence of the other variables, parameters, and the facts of a

radiation protection



(1) evidence of the conclusions of the preventive medical examinations to verify the

medical fitness category A workers shall be retained until

the individual has or would have attained the age of 75 years, but at least for a period of 30

years after the end of work, during which the worker has been exposed to

ionizing radiation.



(2) other variables, parameters, and really important in terms of

radiation protection, including the placing of radionuclides to the

environment, methodologies for monitoring and the monitoring results other than

individual doses shall be kept for at least 10 years.



PART THREE



WORK ACTIVITIES WITH INCREASED EXPOSURE FROM NATURAL SOURCES



[To section 4 paragraph 7 (b)), section 6 (1). 2, paragraph 1. 3 (b). b), c) and (d)), section 8 and

§ 9 para. 1 (b). h) of the Act]



§ 87



Workplace, where you may experience a significant increase in the exposure of natural

resources



Workplace, where you may experience a significant increase in the exposure of natural

resources, are



and the deck of the aircraft when flying) at a height of over 8 km,



b) mines, caves and other underground workplaces,



(c)) of the workplace, which is drawing, collection or other similar

way treated with water from underground sources, in particular gas

the station, the spa facilities, water treatment plants, bottlers and



d) all workplaces in which proved of exceeding volume

the activity of radon 400 Bq/m3,



(e)) of the workplace, which is carried out



1. treatment of solid products of combustion of coal to plants with a thermal

power of over 5 MW,



2. production of construction materials of the products of combustion of coal,



3. extraction, transport and processing, pipelines, oil and gas,



4. processing of phosphate raw materials,



5. production and processing of mineral materials based on titanium,



6. production and processing of mineral-based materials of zirconium,



7. the processing of material containing rare earths,



8. metallurgical production of metals,



9. production, manufacturing and use of materials containing thorium and uranium,



10. waste water treatment sludges "from underground sources,



11. handling of materials for which it has been shown that the content of natural

radionuclides in them exceeds the clearance levels or increases the power consumption

the photon dose equivalent of more than 0.5 mikroSv/h.



§ 88



Investigative standards and guideline values for exposure from natural sources



(1) for the workplace, which might result in a significant increase in the exposure

of natural resources, the level of inquiry



a) 400 Bq/m3 for the average volume activity of radon in air

work for the workplace as referred to in paragraph 87 (a). b), c), (d)), and (e)),



(b)) 1 mSv per year for an effective dose above natural background, in addition to the radon and

its conversion products for the workplace as referred to in paragraph 87 (a). (e)).



(2) the persons referred to in § 89 paragraph 1. 1 (b). and a) and b) in the workplace

referred to in § 87 (a). b), c), (d)), and (e)) is the target value of 6 mSv per year

for an effective dose. If this can be a target value is exceeded,

This is a site with significantly increased exposure from natural sources

and radiation protection at these workplaces is in accordance with the

the provisions of § 90. At the same time performs the optimization of radiation protection

procedures referred to in section 17 and shall take measures to reduce exposure

the corresponding results of this optimization.



(3) For air crew members who work on board aircraft in

height of over 8 km, is the target value of 1 mSv per year for an effective dose.

If this can be a target value is exceeded, the members of the air

crews must be informed of the size of the exposure, risk and health

the measures taken and assess the exposure of the individual crew members and

on the basis of these reviews are prepared and, in order to reduce exposure

adjusting the flight plans.



(4) the conditions of employment of pregnant women at workplaces referred to in § 87

adjusted in accordance with the requirements of § 23 para. 2.



§ 89



Range of measurement, evaluation, registration and transmission of data



(1) measurement at the workplace, including the determination of the effective doses, performs


authorized dozimetrická service in accordance with the terms of the relevant

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act. The effective dose is determined



and for natural persons carrying out) of work in workplaces referred to in §

87 (a). b), c), (d)), and (e)), which is the expected exposure from radon and

its conversion products in their inhalation based on measurement

the average values of activity concentration of radon in workplaces and registration

period of stay, and to the extent provided for in paragraph 3,



(b)) for natural persons that handle substances or residui on

workplaces referred to in § 87 (a). (e)) based on measurements of a batch

input of gamma rays, the average volume of activities of radionuclides in

air, surface contamination in the workplace and records residence

and to the extent provided for in paragraph 3,



(c)) for members of the air crew working on board aircraft at a height of

over 8 km on the basis of their participation in each of the years,

flight characteristics and other parameters relevant to the calculation of the

the effective dose, and it repeatedly for each calendar year,



(d)) for other persons specified by the Office in the framework of control activities in the manner and

in the frequency established by the authority.



(2) The measurements referred to in paragraph 1 shall apply, mutatis mutandis, the requirements for

Radiological monitoring activities provided for in sections 73 to 79.



(3) the workplaces referred to in § 87 (a). b), c), (d)), and (e)),



and) the total working time of persons performing work on these

workplaces shall not exceed 100 proven hours per year, the excess

the guide values in accordance with § 88 para. 2 not deemed possible and measurement or

determine the effective dose is not performed,



(b)) other than those referred to under (a)), shall be carried out measurements to assess,

If they are exceeded, or guideline values of inquiry under section 88,



(c)) on which it was established that some of the investigative level

According to § 88 para. 1 (b). a) or b), on the basis of repeated measurements and the

determine the effective dose shall judge whether members may be here

the work exceeded the guideline under section 88 para. 2,



(d)) which have not established any levels of investigation

According to § 88 para. 1 (b). a) and b), or which has not been repeated

the measurements detected the possibility of exceeding the guide values in accordance with § 88 para. 2,

might not in other years, measuring or determining the effective dose to perform,

If there is a change in working conditions, production methods or

raw materials,



(e)) where it has been shown that some people may be exceeded

the guideline under section 88 para. 2, the effective dose of all the people

performing work on these workplaces determined for each repeatedly

calendar year.



(4) the effective dose of persons performing work on multiple sites

referred to in § 87 para. 1 are added together.



(5) the measured data and data on the specified effective doses for persons

carrying out work in the workplace laid down in section 87 shall keep

the entire duration of their work activities and further up to the time when the person

reaches or would have reached 75 years of age, at least for a period of 30 years after

their work activities, and the Office shall be one month from the

receipt.



(6) the authority shall be made to the Government of the accountancy system exposure of individuals to be notified in writing

or any other agreed form of collectively once per calendar year

or through a person who carries out the personal dosimetry, names,

last name, social security number, if one has been assigned, and personal identification number to the holders

its usage have given written consent under a special legal

prescription ^ 26b), and data on the specified effective doses for the calendar year

all persons performing work at workplaces with significantly increased

irradiation of natural resources, pursuant to section 90.



(7) a person required under section 6 (1). 3 of the Act shall notify a person proven to be

carrying out work at workplaces referred to in § 87 (a). b), c), (d)), and

(e)), on which it has been established that the levels of investigation under section 88,

the results of measurement at the workplace, the effective doses, and

the radiation risk of them United and on the measures taken.



§ 90



Significantly increased exposure from natural sources



(1) For persons performing work at workplaces referred to in section 87, the

which can be an effective dose greater than 6 mSv per year, radiation

protection provides to the extent and in the manner that applies to the work in the

a controlled area of the workplace where they perform radiation

activities, in particular



and the definition of workplace) or parts of it, where can the person executing

the work must not exceed three tenths of the limits laid down in articles 20 to 23, his

marking and security against the entry of unauthorized persons,



(b)) by specifying the people that can carry out the work and specifying how and

the extent of their demonstrable annual guidance on radiological

risks in the workplace,



c) ensuring periodic input, once a year, output,

where appropriate, the subsequent emergency medical screening

for persons performing work at the workplace,



d) processing guidelines for the workplace, including guidelines for its

safe exercise, and the instructions for the entry of persons other than exercising

There work



e) specifying protective equipment, which will be equipped with the person

Here they perform the work,



f) ensuring monitoring referred to in § 89 paragraph 1. 2 and 5, including the processing of

the monitoring programme and specifying how to handle materials

contaminated with radionuclides,



(g)) the leadership of the documentation on the above range and how to ensure

radiation protection, including record-keeping and data reporting to the Office of

effective doses and other records referred to in sections 84 and 85.



(2) cases of significantly increased exposure from natural sources, which are

pursuant to section 4, paragraph 4. 7 (b). (b)) of the Act apply to the dose limits, and limits

referred to in sections 20 to 23, are the exposure of individuals performing the work under the

of paragraph 1.



§ 91



The release of natural radionuclides from workplaces, where it can be

a significant increase in the exposure from natural sources



(1) upon the release of natural radionuclides from the workplaces where they can occur

a significant increase in the exposure from natural sources, in particular, monitor the



and in deposits and sludge) of pipeline and storage systems, such as

pumps, valves, valves, collectors and separátorech,



b) filters and separation materials from the separators are installed in the

power plants, water/wastewater, in the chemical and petrochemical industry,



c) wastes from technological units produced during their reconstruction,

demolition or disposal,



d) wastes and secondary raw materials from production processes, such as secondary energy

products, fosfosádra,



e) waste water.



(2) for a solid insoluble substances or substances with low vyluhovatelností,

which it can be assumed that in the ranks of the long-term decay chains

radionuclides approximately in balance, is the release level for the release

natural radionuclides into the environment from the workplaces where they can

be a significant increase in the exposure from natural sources, laid down in §

87 (a). (e)), the index value of the activity concentration is equal to 2.



(3) in the case of other types of substances, in particular for the substances soluble,

where is the balance in the ranks of the radioactive disintegration of long-term

radionuclides, significantly impaired, clearance levels for the release

natural radionuclides into the environment from the workplaces where they can

be a significant increase in the exposure from natural sources, laid down in §

87 (a). (e)), are as follows



and when freeing solid-state) is not in any kilogram emitted by

the sum of the shares of the average weight of material activities of individual

radionuclide activity concentration levels and the release of the relevant

radionuclides listed in table 1 of annex 2 is greater than 2,



(b)) when the discharge of waste water into surface water in any pint

the discharged water is not the total volume activity Alpha ^ 26 c) in all

substances greater than 0.5 Bq/l total volume or activity beta ^ 26 d) after

deduction of the contribution of the K-40 in all substances not larger than 1 Bq/l,



(c)) in the discharge of waste water into the sewer system for public use in the

No pint of water discharged is not the total volume activity Alpha ^ 26 c)

in all fabrics of more than 50 Bq/l total volume or activity

Beta ^ 26 d) after deduction of the contribution of the K-40 in all substances is no greater

than 100 Bq/l, if there is no sewerage regulations ^ 22a) unless otherwise specified,



(d)) when landfilled waste ^ 23) saved by material

(a)), and the fit is made in such a way that does not cause in

a distance of 1 metre from the surface of the landfill increased input of photon batch

the equivalent of more than 0.2 mikroSv/h against the original background in the

the site and the total wattage of the photon dose equivalent is not higher

than 0.4 mikroSv/h.



(4) when the release of natural radionuclides into the environment from the

sites where you may experience a significant increase in the exposure of natural

resources, proceed also according to § 56 para. 1, 2 and 4 and § 57 para. 3.



PART FOUR



INTERVENTIONS TO PREVENT OR REDUCE EXPOSURE




(Article 4, paragraph 5, and article 6, paragraph 4, 5 and 6 of the Act)



TITLE I OF THE



§ 92



The General rules for the preparation and implementation of interventions



(1) prepare and implement Interventions to prevent or reduce the



and exposure from natural sources) in those cases where it is found that in

as a result of any human activity occurs or may occur

a significant increase in medical injury from this exposure,



(b)) of accidental exposure,



c) lasting exposure.



(2) an intervention shall be carried out, if such a reduction is justified by the expected

health injury that outweigh the costs, including social costs, and

damages associated with the intervention.



(3) the form, scale and duration of the intervention shall be optimized so that the benefit

the reduction in health detriment was after deduction of costs and damage associated with

intervention as possible.



(4) On making a decision on the introduction of the intervention of the dose limits do not apply,

but it may be relevant for them, intervention levels or ranges

guide values of the intervention levels. Intervention levels are established,

the reason for their introduction or at least considering the introduction

the relevant measures. Range guide values of the intervention levels are

apply for an assessment of whether the intervention is to be performed and to what extent,

When the detailed data are not available, that would allow

evaluate the optimization of radiation protection for the individual case and on the

under it lay down specific intervention levels for this case. When

exceeding the lower limits of the range guide values is implementation of the intervention

considering with regard to its scope, feasibility, cost and potential

consequences; when exceeding the upper limit of the range is usually carried out intervention.



(5) the Accidental exposure of individuals involved so that the

It was as low as reasonably achievable, taking into account the economic and

social aspects. Intervention is organised so as to not exceed the

the dose limits, or at least so as to not exceed the limits laid down

in section 4, paragraph 4. 7 (b). (c)) of the Act. For not to exceed ten times the limits

laid down for exposed workers exposure is considered

not to exceed the value of 200 mSv for the personal dose equivalent at a depth of 10

mm per calendar year. Persons carrying out intervention must be in accordance with § 4

paragraph. 7 (b). (c)) of the risk associated with the implementation of the intervention

proven to be informed and must participate voluntarily.



TITLE II



INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE EXPOSURE FROM NATURAL SOURCES OF IONIZING RADIATION



§ 93



Rules for the preparation and implementation of interventions to reduce exposure of

natural sources of ionizing radiation



(1) the Interventions to reduce exposure from natural sources of ionizing radiation

shall be carried out in those cases where it is established that as a result of some

human activity occurs or might occur to a significant increase

harm from this exposure, including cases in which thus becomes

inadvertently. Interventions to reduce exposure from natural sources of ionizing

radiation may consist in the exclusion, restriction or modification of an activity

or in making technical remedies.



(2) the limit values and guide values for the exposure levels of intervention

natural sources of ionizing radiation in connection with the construction of buildings,

the delivery of the building materials and the delivery of the water are set out in section 94

up to 97. In other justified cases the intervention level of Authority on the

pursuant to § 40 paragraph 2. 1 of the Act in the context of their control

activities.



(3) unless otherwise provided, shall be used as guide values

for the preparation and implementation of interventions to prevent or reduce exposure of

natural sources of ionizing radiation values of 5 mSv to 50 mSv, and that for

the average effective dose for individuals from critical groups of the population for the

calendar year. Is expected to be that intervention averted effective dose

exceeds 5 mSv per year, the implementation of the intervention is considered with regard to its

the scope, feasibility, cost and consequences. Is expected to be,

that intervention averted effective dose exceeds 50 mSv per year, the intervention of the

as a rule executes.



§ 94



Radon index land



(1) index of land is Radon according to § 6 paragraph 1. 4 of law designed to

assessment and orientation of the possible penetration of radon from the geological bedrock

in buildings. In his determination to proceed so that comes from these

measurements and indicators:



and a representative of the file) measurement of activity concentration of radon 222 in

soil air



(b)) the assessment of plynopropustnosti in a call environment subsoils

the building with the geological bedrock,



(c) an assessment of the indicators and other) characteristics of the geological bedrock

affecting transport of radon in Foundation soils.



(2) the details of the land to determine the radon index are listed in

Annex No 11. Measurements and trials to determine the radon

index of land shall be treated according to the methodologies referred to in the program

quality assurance authority in the context of the issue examined by the competent

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act.



§ 95



Construction



(1) guideline values for deciding whether to be in the zkolaudovaných

buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms made the intervention to

reduction of the current exposure of natural radionuclides are



a) 400 Bq/m3 for volumetric activity of radon in indoor air of House

or residential room; This value applies to the average value of

When replacing the usual when using air,



b) 1 mikroSv/h for maximum power consumption of the photon dose equivalent in

residential or residential room.



(2) Intervention to reduce the existing exposure referred to in paragraph 1 shall mean

in particular the use of the room, adjusting the exchange of air, design

construction work or other appropriate action. If not for the optimization

analysis of intervention known to do more data corresponding to a given situation, it is calculated that the

When you reduce the radon activity concentration of 100 Bq/m3 in the room and when you

time of stay of a person in this environment for 7000 hours

averting the effective dose for 1 person about 2 mSv per year; for

calculation of cash equivalent value shall be used to the injury of health under section

Article 17(1). 3 (b). (e)).



(3) the limit values for exposure of natural radionuclides in

zkolaudovaných buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms are



a) 4000 Bq/m3 for dimensional radon in indoor air activity residential

or residential room; This value applies to the average value of

When replacing the usual when using air,



(b)) 10 mikroSv/h for maximum power consumption of the photon dose equivalent in

residential or residential room.



(4) guide values for deciding whether the projected

and built the buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms prepared

and implemented measures against penetration of radon from the subsoil of building

materials and delivered water and against external irradiation of gamma radiation from the

building materials, are



and 200 Bq/m3) for volume activity of radon in indoor air of House

or residential room; This value applies to the average value of

When replacing the usual when using air,



b) 0.5 mikroSv/h for maximum power consumption of the photon dose equivalent

in a residential or residential room.



(5) the measurement and evaluation of whether the guideline referred to are exceeded or

the limit values, proceed according to the methodologies referred to in the program

zabepečování quality assessed by the authority in the context of the issue of the appropriate

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act.



§ 96



Building materials



(1) building materials, subject to the requirement of a systematic

measurement and evaluation of the content of natural radionuclides, are in table 1

Annex No. 10 referred to construction products and raw materials. Content limit values

natural radionuclides, above which are not construction

materials put into circulation, are for individual building materials

set the appropriate values by weight of activities referred to in

table 1 of the annex No 10.



(2) the guideline values for the content of natural radionuclides in construction

the materials are provided for activity concentration index values [§ 3

(a). h)], listed according to the use of building materials in the

construction sites in table 2 of annex 10. When they are exceeded

construction materials, which are designed for direct installation in buildings,

may be put into circulation only in justified cases, where the costs

associated with the intervention to reduce the content of radionuclides, in particular by changing the

raw materials or their origin, the sorting of raw materials, changing technology or

other appropriate intervention would be demonstrably higher than the health risks

the injury. If you are building materials with exceeded the target value

intended solely for use as a raw material for the production of other building

materials, does not require the implementation of other interventions, than a demonstrable

informing the customer about the content of natural radionuclides in

building material. In this case, the cost of the intervention is not taken into account.



(3) for the systematic measurement and evaluation of the content of natural radionuclides

in building materials, by weight, is considered to be the taking of the activities

RA-226-228, Th and K-40, made during initial construction


material into circulation the next measurement in frequency according to table 3 of the annex

No 10 and the comparison of the results of these measurements with the relevant threshold, and

guide values. ".



(4) when the measurement and evaluation of whether the guideline referred to are exceeded or

the limit values, proceed according to the methodologies referred to in the program

quality assurance authority in the context of the issue examined by the competent

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act.



(5) the registration of the results includes the



and the designation or type measured) of building materials, including raw materials for

production and their origin,



(b)), the annual volume of manufacture or importation,



(c)) the data characterizing the estimated range and method of use

building materials in construction,



(d)) the place, date and method of sampling,



(e) the results of the measurements of the individual samples),



f) identification of the laboratory which carried out the measurements.



(6) the information referred to in paragraph 5 shall be kept for at least 5

years from the date of manufacture or importation of the material and the information shall be notified to the Office

within 1 month of receipt of the measurement results.



§ 97



Supplied water



(1) guideline values for the content of natural radionuclides in bottled water and

water intended for the supply of drinking water to the public are set out in

table 4 of annex 10. When they can be exceeded for bottled water

put into circulation and to supply drinking water to public supply only in

justified cases, where the costs of intervention to reduce

content of radionuclides, especially by choosing a different source of water or

odradonováním water or other appropriate intervention, would have been proven to

higher than the risk of injury to health.



(2) natural radionuclides content limit values for drinking water

supplied to the public procurement and bottled water are set out

the values of the volume of activities in table 5 of annex 10. If it is in

the water present more natural radionuclides shall be the sum of the shares

by volume, the activities of individual radionuclides and corresponding values in the

table 5 of annex 10 of the more than 1.



(3) for the systematic measurement and evaluation of the content of natural radionuclides

the measurement is considered to be in the water by volume of activities carried out in the range according to the

table 6 of annex 10. In water, where it has been shown that, even when

exceeding the guideline values for radiation protection is optimized for

systematic measurement of the underlying analysis considers according to table 6 of the annex

# 10.



(4) when the measurement and evaluation of whether the guideline referred to are exceeded or

the limit values, proceed according to the methodologies referred to in the program

quality assurance authority in the context of the issue examined by the competent

an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). r) of the Act.



(5) the registration of the results includes the



and identify the source of the water,)



(b)) and the type of designation of bottled water,



c) yield sources of water and the annual volume of water delivered,



(d)), the annual volume of manufacture or importation of bottled water,



e) in the case of public supply of drinking water also fed by means of the municipality and

the population served,



f) place, date and method of sampling,



(g) the results of the measurements of the individual samples),



h) Identification Laboratory, which carried out the measurements.



(6) the information referred to in paragraph 5 shall be kept for at least 5

years from the termination of the supply of drinking water for public supply or production and

imports of bottled water and the information shall be notified to the Office within one month of receipt of the

the results of measurements.



(7) in deciding whether to use bottled water or drinking water

provided to the public for the preparation of the food supply infants

based on the baselines and thresholds for bottled infant water

listed in tables 4 and 5 of annex 10.



(8) in the case of individual supply when making use of the

water comes out of the target and limit values for drinking water supplied to the

public procurement, which are listed in tables 4 and 5 of the annex to

# 10.



TITLE III



RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCY INTERVENTIONS



§ 98



Protective measures



(1) Limiting the exposure of people and the environment during a radiological emergency

the situation is carried out conservation measures, which are



and) urgent conservation measures involving the concealment, an iodine-based prophylaxis and

evacuation,



(b)) the subsequent conservation measures involving resettlement, regulating consumption

radionuclides contaminated food and water and to regulate the use

radionuclides contaminated feedingstuffs.



(2) protective measures during radiological emergencies shall be conducted whenever

If they are justified by a greater benefit than the cost of the measures and

the damage caused by them, and they have to be optimised in form, scope and

duration so that brought as much as reasonably achievable benefits.



(3) as a basic guideline for deciding on the introduction of safeguard

the measures are applied in the guideline values, which reflect the current state of

the knowledge and experience gained internationally about when it can be from a given

safeguard measure expect greater benefit than harm. For each of the

radiation activities or sources of ionizing radiation, with which it is associated

the risk of a radiological emergency, using optimization

radiation protection, on the basis of information specific to the individual

the case, set the level of intervention-specific radiation activity

or a source in the emergency plans.



(4) the Data for the determination of specific intervention levels referred to in paragraph 3

means the data characterizing the settlement and infrastructure around

sources of ionizing radiation and contingent upon the expected collective effective

benefits and feasibility of protective measures, in particular



and the presence of specific population groups), particularly in hospitals,

homes for the elderly, in nursing homes, prisons,



(b)) the traffic situation,



c) high population density,



(d) the presence of large residential units).



(5) in deciding on the adoption of protective measures for radiation

in emergency situations it is necessary to consider in particular the fact that the current state of the

is significantly different from the conditions which have been applied in determining the

the intervention levels. While the occurrence of the radiological emergency and of

emergency situation after another crash, as is an accident caused by the leakage of

chemical pollutants, or after a natural disaster, you must consider whether

the introduction of a safeguard measure will not increase the damage from these other

accidents or disasters, and to the extent of more than benefit from the reduction

exposure to radiation.



§ 99



Urgent protective measures



(1) Emergency protective measures shall always be deemed justified,

If the estimated exposure of any individual could lead to

immediate health damage, and therefore the urgent protection

measures are introduced whenever if it is expected that the absorbed dose should

in the course of less than 2 days for any person exceed the levels

listed in table 1 of the annex No. 8.



(2) if the emergency safeguard measures for no more than 7 days

could have been averted or reduced at the critical groups of the population exposure in

excess lower limits of the range guide values of the intervention

the levels laid down in table 2 of Annex No. 8, then the implementation

protective measures, is considering with respect to the scope, feasibility and

the cost of the measures and their possible consequences; when exceeding the upper

the limits of the protection measures usually are introduced.



(3) for the implementation and evaluation of a range of urgent safeguard measures

are zpřesňujícím guide the following guideline values:



and to hide the far) effective dose 10 mSv over a period of hiding away not

longer than 2 days,



(b)) for an iodine-based prophylaxis in retrograde time equivalent dose in thyroid

gland caused by radioactive isotopes of iodine 100 mSv,



(c)) for the evacuation of other effective dose of 100 mSv over a period of evacuation of no

longer than 1 week.



§ 100



Subsequent protective measures



(1) for subsequent protective measures are guideline values for the intervention

levels set out in table 3 of the annex No. 8. With these values the

compare the estimated effective or equivalent dose, which would

were received during the non-relevant protective measures, and

as a result of all the ways of external exposure and intake of radionuclides

through inhalation and if swallowed during the first year after radiation accident and for

the regulation of the consumption of contaminated food and water only as a result of income

radionuclide ingestion during the first year after the radiation disaster.



(2) to regulate the manufacture and food imports and marketing of foods on the market

by a special Act ^ 28) are for radioactive contamination of food

in radiation accident or radiological emergency established by the date of

Treaty of accession of the Czech Republic into the European Union in

the validity of the maximum permitted radioactive contamination of foodstuffs as referred to in

table 4 of Annex 8.



(3) the decision on resettlement are the following guide zpřesňujícím

guideline values for the intervention levels:



and resettlement for the initiation of the transitional) other effective dose 30 mSv

for a period of 1 month,



(b)) for their temporary relocation expected effective dose 10 mSv

for a period of 1 month. If in the course of 1 to 2 years, it is shown that the total

the effective dose for 1 month do not fall below the intervention level for their


temporary resettlement must be considered permanent resettlement,



(c)) for the permanent resettlement of the expected lifetime of the effective dose of 1 Sv.



TITLE IV



INTERVENTIONS IN THE RESIDUAL EXPOSURE



§ 101



The streamlining of the range of lasting exposure



Persistent exposure to guides in those cases where no change

the State may, as a rule, long-term exposure, be a significant

increase health harm, directly or indirectly through contamination of the water

or the food chain.



§ 102



Intervention levels for persistent exposure



(1) unless otherwise provided, the range guide values

for the preparation and implementation of interventions to prevent or reduce the

lasting exposure value of 5 mSv 50 mSv, and that for the average

the effective dose for individuals of the critical population groups for the calendar

year. Is expected to be that intervention averted effective dose exceeds 5 mSv

for the year, implementation of the intervention is considered with regard to its scope,

the feasibility, cost and its possible consequences. It is expected that the

intervention averted effective dose exceeds 50 mSv per year, the intervention of the

as a rule executes.



(2) after examination of lasting exposure, the Office may, on the basis

optimization of radiation protection provide for a specific situation, the specific

intervention levels and requires corrective action under § 40 paragraph 2. 1 of the law

or interim measures pursuant to § 40 paragraph 2. 2 of the Act.



§ 103



The persistence of radioactive contamination from the Chernobyl accident



For radioactive contamination of foodstuffs of lasting exposure after

Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster are to the date of entry of the Treaty on

the accession of the Czech Republic into the European Union in force laid down

maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination of foodstuffs as referred to in

table 5 of Annex 8. These levels shall be used for the control of production,

the importation and placing on the market of foods according to a special law, ^ 28)

the period of a radiological emergency, the values are applied in accordance with § 100

paragraph. 2.



PART FIVE



COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS



§ 104



Common provisions



Unaffected remain separate legal provisions laying down the requirements for the

sources of ionizing radiation, which are nuclear materials, and the

workplaces that are nuclear installations, ^ 29) as well as for the underground

the workplace, in particular, uranium mines or underground storage of radioactive

^ 30).



§ 105



Transitional provision



The first five years old for the evaluation of the effective dose limit for radiation

workers, which according to the existing regulations was 1. January

2000, is considered the first five years old for the purposes of section 20 (2). 1 (b). and).



Section 106



Regulation (EEC)



Ordinance shall be repealed with the State Office for nuclear safety no 184/1997

Coll., on ensuring radiation protection requirements.



§ 107



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of its publication, with the exception of the provisions of §

63 para. 1, which takes effect on January 1. in January 2005, and the provisions of §

66 para. 2 the second sentence, which becomes effective on January 1. January 1, 2007.



Chair:



Ing. Drábová in r.



Č. 1



Exemption levels



Table No. 1



Exemption levels and mass activities things to do



For selected radionuclides, tagged with + in the first column of this

the table referred to in table 2, the value of the exemption levels

things to do and activities related not only to the weight of these radionuclides

itself, but also represent these radionuclides in balance with those

their products the radioactive transformation, which are referred to in the second

column of table 2. For radionuclides not listed in table provides

exemption levels in the Office if necessary.

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The Activity Of The Nuclide Mass

[Bq] activity

[kBq/kg]

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H-3 109 106

Be-7 107 103

C-14 107 104

O-15 109 102

F-18 106 10

On-22 106 10

On-24 105 10

SI-31 106 103

P-32 105 103

P-33 108 105

S-35 108 105

CL-36 106 104

CL-38 105 10

Ar-37 108 106

AR-41 109 102

K-40 106 102

K-42 106 102

K-43 106 10

CA-45 107 104

CA-47 106 10

SC-46 106 10

SC-47 106 102

SC-48 105 10

V-48 105 10

CR-51 107 103

MN-51 105 10

MN-52 105 10

MN-52 105 10

MN-53 109 104

MN-54 106 10

MN-56 105 10

Fe-52 106 10

Fe-55 106 104

Fe-59 106 10

Co-55 106 10

Co-56 105 10

Co-57 106 102

Co-58 106 10

Co-58 m 107 104

Co-60 105 10

Co-60 m 106 103

Co-61 106 102

Co-62 m 105 10

NI-59 108 104

NI-63 108 105

NI-65 106 10

CU-64 106 102

Zn-65 106 10

Zn-69 106 104

Zn-69m 106 102

GA-67 106 102



GA-68 105 102



GA-72 105 10



GA-68 + 105 10



GE-71 108 104

As-73 107 103

As-74 106 10

As-76 105 102

As-77 106 103

SE-75 106 102

BR-82 106 10

KR-74 109 102

KR-76 109 102

KR-77 109 102

KR-79 105 103

KR-81 107 104

KR-83 m 1012 105

KR-85 104 105

KR-85 m 1010 103

KR-87 109 102

KR-88 109 102

RB-86 105 102

SR-85 106 102

SR-85 m 107 102

SR-87 m 106 102

SR-89 106 103

SR-90 + 104 102

SR-91 105 10

SR-92 106 10

Y-88 106 102

Y-90 105 103

Y-91 106 103

Y-91 m 106 102

Y-92 105 102

Y-93 105 102

ZR-93 + 107 103

ZR-95 106 10

ZR-97 + 105 10

NB-93 m 107 104

NB-94 106 10

NB-95 106 10

NB-97 106 10

NB-98 105 10

MO-90 106 10

MO-93 108 103

MO-99 106 102

MO-101 106 10

TC-96 106 10

TC-96 107 103

TC-97 108 103

TC-107 103 97m

The TC-99 107 104

TC-99 m 107 102

Ru-97 107 102

Ru-103 106 102

Ru-105 106 10

Ru-106 + 105 102

RH-103 m graphics 108 104

RH-105 107 102

PD-103 108 103

PD-109 106 103

AG-105 106 102

AG-108 m + 106 10

AG-110 m 106 10

AG-111 106 103

CD-109 106 104

CD-115 106 102

CD-115m 106 103

In-111 106 102

In-113m 106 102

In-114m 106 102

In-115m 106 102

SN-113 107 103

SN-125 105 102

SB-122 104 102

SB-124 106 10

SB-125 106 102

Te-123m 107 102

Te-125 m 107 103

Te-127 106 103

Te-127m 107 103

Te-129 106 102

Te-129m 106 103

Te-131 105 102

Te-131 106 10

Te-132 107 102

Te-133 105 10

Te-133 m engine has 105 10

Te-134 106 10

I-123 107 102

I-125 106 103

I-126 106 102

I-129 105 102

I-130 106 10

I-131 106 102

I-132 105 10

I-133 106 10

I-134 105 10

I-135 106 10

XE-131 104 104

XE-133 104 103

XE-135 1010 103

CS-129 105 102

CS-131 106 103

CS-132 105 10

CS-134 m 105 103

CS-134 104 10

CS-135 107 104

CS-136 105 10

CS-137 + 104 10

CS-138 104 10

BA-131 106 102

BA-133 105 102

BA-140 + 105 10

La-140 105 10

CE-139 106 102

CE-141 107 102

CE-143 106 102

CE-144 + 105 102

PR-142 105 102

PR-143 106 104

ND-147 106 102

ND-149 106 102

PM-147 107 104

PM-149 106 103

SM-151 108 104

SM-153 106 102

EU-152 106 10

EU-152 m 106 102

EU-154 106 10

EU-155 107 102

GD-153 107 102

GD-159 106 103

TB-160 106 10

Dy-165 106 103

Dy-166 106 103

Ho-166 105 103

ER-169 107 104

ER-171 106 102

TM-170 106 103

TM-171 108 104

Yb-169 106 103

Yb-175 107 103

Lu-177 107 103

HF-181 106 10

Ta-182 104 10

W-181 107 103

W-185 107 104

W-187 106 102

Re-186 106 103

Re-188 105 102

OS-185 106 10

OS-191 107 102

OS-191m 107 103

OS-193 106 102

IR-190 106 10

IR-192 104 10

IR-194 105 102

PT-191 106 102

PT-107 103 193m


PT-197 106 103

PT-197m 106 102

Au-198 106 102

Au-199 106 102

Hg-197 107 102

Hg-197m 106 102

Hg-203 105 102

TL-200 106 10

TL-201 106 102

TL-202 106 102

TL-204 104 104

PB-203 106 102

Pb-210 + 104 10

PB-212 + 105 10

BI-206 105 10

BI-207 106 10

BI-210 106 103

BI-212 + 105 10

After-203 106 10

After-205 106 10

After-207 106 10

Po-210 104 10

At-211 107 103

RN-220 + 107 104

RN-222 + 108 10

RA-223 + 105 102

RA-224 + 105 10

RA-225 105 102

RA-226 + 104 10

RA-227 106 102

RA-228 + 105 10

AC-228 106 10

Th-226 + 107 103

Th-227 104 10

Th-228 + 104 1

Th-229 + 103 1

Th-230 104 1

Th-231 107 103



Th sec. + 103 1



Th-234 105 103

PA-230 106 10

PA-231 103 1

PA-233 107 102

U-230 + 105 10

U-231 107 102

U-232 + 103 1

U-233 104 10

U-234 104 10

U-235 + 104 10

U-236 104 10

U-237 106 102

U-238 + 104 10



For sek. + 103 1

U-239 106 102

U-240 107 103

U-240 + 106 10

NP-237 + 103 1

NP-239 107 102

NP-240 106 10

Pu-234 107 102

Pu-235 107 102

Pu-236 104 10

Pu-237 107 103

Pu-238 104 1

Pu-239 104 1

Pu-240 103 1

Pu-241 105 102

Pu-242 104 1

Pu-243 107 103

Pu-244 104 1

Am-241 104 1

Am-242 106 103

Am-242 m + 104 1

Am-243 + 103 1

Cm-242 105 102

Cm-243 104 1

Cm-244 104 10

Cm-245 103 1

Cm-246 103 1

Cm-247 104 1

Cm-248 103 1

BK-249 106 103

CF-246 106 103

CF-248 104 10

CF-249 103 1

CF-250 104 10

CF-251 103 1

Cf-252 104 10

CF-253 105 102

CF-254 103 1

EC-253 105 102

ES-254 104 10

EC-254m 106 102

FM-254 107 104

FM-255 106 103

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Table No. 2



Selected radionuclides pursuant to § 5 para. 3, for which exemption levels

activities and activity concentration and clearance levels shall apply not only to the

These radionuclides itself, but represent these radionuclides in

equilibrium with their radioactive products of the conversion.

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Nuclide is radioactive conversion included products

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SR-90 Y-90

ZR-93 Nb-93 m

ZR-Nb-97 97

Ru-106 Rh-106

AG-108 m Ag-108

CS-137 Ba-137m

BA-140 La-140

CE-134 La-134

CE-144 Pr-144

Pb-210 Bi-210, Po-210

BI-212, Tl-208 (0.36), Po-212 (0.64)

PB-212, Bi-212, Tl-208 (0.36), Po-212 (0.64)

RN-220 Po-216

RN-222 Po-218, Pb-214, Bi-214, Po-214

RA-223 Rn-219-215, Pb-211, Bi-211, Tl-207

RA-224, Rn-220, Po-216, Pb-212, Bi-212, Tl-208 (0.36),

Po-212 (0.64)

RA-226 Rn-222, Po-218, Pb-214, Bi-214, Po-214, Pb-210,

BI-210, Po-210

RA-228 Ac-228

Th-Ra-226, Rn-222, Po-218 214

Th-228 Ra-224, Rn-220, Po-216, Pb-212, Bi-212, Tl-208

(0.36), Po-212 (0.64)

Th-229 Ra-225, Ac-225, Fr-221, At-217, Bi-213, 213,

PB-209



Th sec. RA-228, Ac-228, Th-228, Ra-224, Rn-220, Po-216,

PB-212, Bi-212, Tl-208 (0.36), Po-212 (0.64)

Th-234 Pa-234m

U-Th-230, Ra-226, Rn-222, Po-218 214

U-232 Th-228, Ra-224, Rn-220, Po-216, Pb-212, Bi-212,

TL-208 (0.36), Po-212 (0.64)

U-235 Th-231

U-238 Th-234, Pa-234m



For sek. Th-234, Pa-234m, U-234, Th-230, Ra-226, Rn-222,

After-218, Pb-214, Bi-214, Po-214, Pb-210,

BI-210, Po-210

U-240 Np-240 m

NP-237 Pa-233

Am-242 m Am-242

Am-243 Np-239

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Č. 2



Clearance levels



Table No. 1



Clearance levels, and guideline values for radioactive contamination

materials and their surfaces



For radionuclides not listed in table or for other ways of placing

radionuclides into the environment provides for clearance levels in the case of

the needs of the Office.

+----------------------------------+-----------------------------+

| Place under consideration of contamination | Class of a radionuclide by |

| | table # 2 |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

| +------+------+------+--------+

| | Clearance levels |

| | activity |

| | [kBq/kg] |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| Materials, solid substances and articles | 0.3 | 3 | 30 | 300 |

the suit of the establishments | source | | | | |

| ionizing radiation or otherwise | | | | |

placed into the environment, | | | | | |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| | The release levels area |

| | things to do |

| | [kBq/m2] |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| The surfaces of the materials and articles | 3 | 30 | 300 | 3000 |

the control of the establishments | source | | | | |

| ionizing radiation or otherwise | | | | |

entering into the environment, | | | | | |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| | Guideline values for the surface |

| | things to do |

| | for radioactive |

| | contamination |

| | [kBq/m2] |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| The surfaces of floors, walls, ceilings, | 30 | 300 | 3000 | 3.104 |

furniture, equipment, |, etc. | | | | |

| in a controlled area workplaces | | | | |

Open the radiator, | | | | | |

| The external surfaces of the protective and | | | | |

operating equipment, personal, | | | | | |

| protective equipment | | | | |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+

| The surface of the body and the inner surfaces | 3 | 30 | 300 | 3000 |

| personal protective equipment | | | | |

| Work surfaces outside the controlled | | | | |

| zone | | | | |

+----------------------------------+------+------+------+--------+



Table No. 2



Distribution of radionuclides into classes according to radiotoxicity and potential

external radiation threat



For selected radionuclides, tagged with + in the second column of this

tables and listed in table 2 in annex 1, the release values

view not only on the level of these radionuclides itself, but represent

also these radionuclides in balance with those of their radioactive products

the conversion, which are listed in the second column of table 2 in annex No. 1.

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Class Radionuclides

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1 at-22,-24, Mg-28, Al-, Al 26-28, Cl-38, K-43, Ca-47,

SC-46, Sc-48, V-48, Mn-Mn-52, 52 m, Mn-Mn-54, 56, Fe-52

Fe-59, Co-55-56-58-60-62 m, Zn-65,

GA-Ga-68, 72, 68, Ge-As-74, Br-82, Rb-82, Sr-82,

SR-85, Sr-92, s-88, Zr-Nb-95, 94, Nb-Nb-95, 98-90, Mo,

MO-101-96, Tc, Ru-106 +, Ag-108 m +, Ag-110 m, Sb-124,

Te-Te-131, 132, 133 m engine has, Te-134, I-130, I-132, I-134,

I-135, Cs-132, Cs-134, Cs-137 Cs-136, +, Ba-140 +,

La-140-152, Eu, Eu-154, Tb-160, Hf-181, Ta-182,

OS-185-190, Ir, Ir-192, Tl-200, 206, Bi-Bi-207,

After-203, 205, After-After-207, Ra-223 +, Ra-224 +, Ra-225,

RA-226 +, Ra-228 +, Ac-227, Ac-228, Th-228, Th-228 + +, Th

SEC +, Pa-231, U-230 +, U-233, U-235 + +, U-236, U + sek.

NP-237 +, Pu-238, Pu-236, Pu-239, Pu-240, Pu-242,

Pu-244, Am-241, Am-242 m +, Am-243 +, Cm-243, Cm-244,

Cm-245-246, Cm, Cm-247, Cm-248-248, Cf, Cf-252, Cf-254,

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2 Be-7, C-11, F-18, K-42, Sc-47, 57-64, Cu, Ga-67,

As-76, Se-75, Rb-Rb-83, 86-85, Sr, Sr-90 +, Y-90,

S-92, Zr-97 +, Nb-97-93, Mo, Mo-99, Ru-Ru, 97-103,

RH-105, Cd-115, In-111, In-113m, In-114m, In-115m,

SN-113-125, Sn, Sb-122, Sb-125, Te-123m, Te-133,

I-125, I-126, I-129, I-131, Cs-129, Ba-133, Ce-139,

CE-Ce-141, 143-144, Ce +, Nd-Nd-147, 149, Eu-152 m,

EU-155, Gd-153, Er-, Sm-153 171, Yb-169, W-187, Ir-194,

PT-191, Au-Au-198, 199, Hg197, Hg-197m, Hg-203,

TL-201-202, Tl, Pb-203, Pb-210 +, Pb-212, Bi-212 + +,

Mon-Ra-210, 227, Pa-233, Th-Th, 227-230, Th-232, U-231,

U-234, U-237, U-238 +, Np-239, Cm-242

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3 C-14, P-32, Cl-, Ca 36-41, Cr-51, As-77, Sr-89, s-91,

Y-93, Zr-93 +, Tc-96, Tc-97m, Tc-99, Tc-99 m, Pd-109,

AG-111, 109 Cd, Cd-115m, Te-125 m, Te-127m, Te-129,


I-123, Cs-135, Pr-142-149, Dy-165-166, Dy, Ho-166,

GD-159, Tm-170, Yb-175, Lu-177, W-W-181, 188, Re-186,

Re-Os-188, 191, Os-193, Pt-193, Pt-197m, Pt-197,

TL-204, Bi-210, At-211, Th-Th-226, 231, Th-234 +, U-239,

Pu-Pu-234, 235, 237, Pu-Pu-241, Pu-243, Am-242, Bk-249,

CF-Cf, 246-253

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4 H-3, A-31, P-33, S-35, Ca-45, Mn-53, Fe-55-58 m,

Co-60 m, Co-Ni-61, 59-63, Ni, Zn-69, Ge-As-71, 73,

NB-93 m, Tc-97, Rh-103 m graphics, Pd-103-127, Te, Cs-131,

CS-134 m, Pr-143-147, Er-Tm-169, 171, W-185, Pt-193

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Č. 3



Conversion factors



Table No. 1



Conversion factors for the conversion of volume activities of rare

radioactive gases to power effective dose in adult individuals

of the public and for workers with resources



+--------+-----------------------

conversion factor |

Nuclide | [Sv d-1/Bq m-3]

+--------+-----------------------

Ar-37 | 4, 1.10-15

AR-39 | 1, 1.10-11

AR-41 | 5, 3.10-9

KR-74 | 4, 5.10-9

KR-76 | 1, 6.10-9

KR-77 | 3, 9.10-9

KR-79 | 9, 7.10-10

KR-81 | 2, 1.10-11

KR-83 m | 2, 1.10-13

KR-85 | 2, 2.10-11

KR-85 m | 5, 9.10-10

KR-87 | 3, 4.10-9

KR-88 | 8, 4.10-9

XE-120 | 1, 5.10-9

XE-121 | 7, 5.10-9

XE-122 | 1, 9.10-10

XE-123 | 2, 4.10-9

XE-125 | 9, 3.10-10

XE-127 | 9, 7.10-10

XE-129m | 8, 1.10-11

XE-131 | 3, 2.10-11

XE-133 m engine has | 1, 1.10-10

XE-133 | 1, 2.10-10

XE-135 m | 1, 6.10-9

XE-135 | 9, 6.10-10

XE-138 | 4, 7.10-9

+--------+-----------------------+



Table No. 2



The type of absorption in the digestive tract for a variety of chemical substances and compounds

(used in tables 4 and 5). Absorption in the digestive tract is

expressed by the coefficient characteristic in the model calculations of f1

the fraction that passes in the digestive tract to body fluids.

+------------+-----------------------------------------+-------+

| ' | a chemical compound | F1 |

+------------+-----------------------------------------+-------+

| tritiovaná |-water hydrogen (ingested as a liquid) | 1.00 |

| organically-bound tritium | | 1.00 |

all beryllium compounds | | 0.005 |

| | carbon labelled organic compounds | 1.00 |

fluorine compounds | all | | 1.00 |

| | all compounds sodium | 1.00 |

all compounds of magnesium | | | 0.50 |

| | all aluminium compounds | 0.01 |

| |-Silicon compounds | 0.01 |

| | all phosphorus compounds | 0.80 |

sulfur inorganic compounds | | | 0.80 |

| | element. sulphur | 0.10 |

| | organo-sulphur compounds | 1.00 |

| | all compounds chlorine | 1.00 |

| | all potassium compounds | 1.00 |

| | all calcium compounds | 0.30 |

scandium compounds | | all | 0.0001 |

titan | all | compounds | 0.01 |

| | all vanadium compounds | 0.01 |

| | hexavalent chromium compounds chromium | 0.10 |

| of trivalent chromium compounds | | 0.01 |

all manganese compounds | | | 0.10 |

| | all iron compounds | 0.10 |

| | All unspecified cobalt compounds | 0.10 |

| | all nickel compounds | 0.05 |

| | all copper compounds | 0.50 |

| | all zinc compounds | 0.50 |

galium | all | compounds | 0.001 |

| | all compounds of germanium | 1.00 |

arsenic compounds | | all | 0.50 |

| | All unspecified selenium compounds | 0.80 |

| | element. selenium and selenany | 0.05 |

bromine compounds | | all | 1.00 |

rubidium compounds | | all | 1.00 |

| | All unspecified strontium compounds | 0.30 |

| strontium titanate | (SrTiO3) | 0.01 |

yttrium compounds | | all | 0.0001 |

zircon | all | compounds | 0.002 |

all the compounds niobium | | | 0.01 |

| | All unspecified molybdenum compounds | 0.80 |

| molybdenum sulfide | | 0.05 |

Technetium compounds | | all | 0.80 |

ruthenium compounds | | all | 0.05 |

rhodium compounds | | all | 0.05 |

| | all Palladium compounds | 0.005 |

| | all silver compounds | 0.05 |

| | all inorganic cadmium compounds | 0.05 |

indium compounds | | all | 0.02 |

| | all tin compounds | 0.02 |

antimony compounds | | all | 0.10 |

tellurium compounds | | all | 0.30 |

iodine compounds | | all | 1.00 |

| | all cesium compounds | 1.00 |

barium compounds | | all | 0.10 |

| | all Lantau compounds | 0.0005 |

| | all cér compounds | 0.0005 |

| prazeodym | all compounds | 0.0005 |

neodymium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

| | all compounds can buy better ships | 0.0005 |

samarium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

europium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

| | all gadolinium compounds | 0.0005 |

terbium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

| dysprozium | all compounds | 0.0005 |

holmium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

erbium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

| tulium | all compounds | 0.0005 |

all compounds of ytterbium | | | 0.0005 |

lutetium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

hafnium compounds | | all | 0.002 |

| | all compounds of tantalum | 0.001 |

| | All unspecified tungsten compounds | 0.30 |

| tungstic acid | | 0.01 |

all compounds of rhenium | | | 0.80 |

osmium compounds | | all | 0.01 |

iridium compounds | | all | 0.01 |

| | all Platinum compounds | 0.01 |

| | all gold compounds | 0.10 |

| | all mercury inorganic compounds | 0.02 |

| | methylmercury | 1.00 |

| unspecified organic | all | 0.40 |

| | compounds | |

| | all talium compounds | 1.00 |

| | all lead compounds | 0.20 |

bismuth compounds | | all | 0.05 |

polonium compounds | | all | 0.10 |

| | all compounds of astatine | 1.00 |

| | all francium compounds | 1.00 |

all the compounds radium | | | 0.20 |

Actinium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

| | All unspecified thorium compounds | 0.0005 |

| | thorium oxides and hydroxides | 0.0002 |

| | all PA compounds | 0.0005 |

| | All unspecified uranium compounds | 0.02 |

| most of the compounds čtyřmocného uranium |, | 0.002 |

| | for example. Uo2, U3O8, UF4 | |

| | all neptunium compounds | 0.0005 |

| | All unspecified plutonium compounds | 0.0005 |

| | nitrates | 0.0001 |

| the insoluble oxides | | 0.0001 |

americium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

curium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

berkelium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

californium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

einsteinium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

fermium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

mendelevium compounds | | all | 0.0005 |

+------------+-----------------------------------------+-------+



Table 3



The type of absorption in the lungs for a variety of chemical substances and compounds (used

in tables 4 and 6).



Absorption in the lungs is represented by the type F, M, or S in the document describing the

model calculations of the rate at which a substance passes from the lungs into the

body fluids (F-fast, M-medium, S-slow), and the coefficient

F1 document describing the faction that passes in the digestive tract to the

body fluids.

-------------+-------------------------------------------+---+------

element, chemical compound | | |-type f1

-------------+-------------------------------------------+---+------

beryllium all unspecified compounds | 0.005 m |

oxides, halides and | nitrates | 0.005 sec |

fluorine | kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 f |

| kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 m |

| kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 s |

sodium compounds | all | 1.00 f |

magnesium | all unspecified compounds | 0.50 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, halides and | 0.50 m |

| nitrates | |

aluminium compounds NES | all | 0.01 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, halides, | 0.01 m |

nitrates and aluminum metal | | |

Silicon compounds NES | all | 0.01 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides and nitrates | 0.01 m |

| hlinitokřemitý sklený aerosol | 0.01 s |

phosphorus compounds NES | all | (F) | 0.80

|: slučujícím kationem phosphate | 0.80 m |

sirníky and sulfate sulphur |: slučujícím | (F) | 0.80

| kationem | |

| element. sulphur, sirníky and sulphates: | 0.80 m |

| slučujícím kationem | |

chlorine kationem | slučujícím | intended 1.00 f |


| kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 m |

potassium compounds | all | 1.00 f |

calcium compounds | all | 0.30 m |

scandium compounds | all | 0.0001 s |

Titan | all unspecified compounds | 0.01 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, halides and | 0.01 m |

| nitrates | |

strontium titanate | (SrTiO3) | 0.01 s |

Vanadium | all unspecified compounds | 0.01 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, and halides | 0.01 m |

chrome | all unspecified compounds | 0.10 f |

halides and nitrates | | 0.10 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.10 s |

manganese compounds NES | all | 0.10 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides and nitrates | 0.10 m |

Iron | all unspecified compounds | 0.10 f |

| oxides, hydroxides and halides | 0.10 m |

Cobalt | all unspecified compounds | 0.10 m |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides and nitrates | 0.05 s |

nickel compounds NES | all | F | 0.05

| oxides, hydroxides and carbides 0.05 m |

Copper | all unspecified inorganic | 0.50 f |

| compounds | |

| sirníky, halides and nitrates | 0.50 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.50 |

zinc compounds | all | 0.50 |

galium | all unspecified compounds | 0.001 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, halides and | 0.001 m |

| nitrates | |

Germanium | all unspecified compounds | 1.00 f |

| sirníky and oxides, halides | 1.00 m |

arsenic compounds | all | 0.50 m |

Selenium | all unspecified inorganic | (F) | 0.80

| compounds | |

| element. selenium, oxides, hydroxides and | 0.80 m |

| carbides | |

bromine | kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 f |

| kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 m |

Rubidium compounds | all | 1.00 f |

strontium | all unspecified compounds | F 0.30 |

strontium titanate | (SrTiO3) | 0.01 s |

yttrium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0001 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.0001 s |

zircon | all unspecified compounds | 0.002 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides and nitrates | 0.002 m |

zirconium carbide, | | 0.002 s |

niobium | all unspecified compounds | 0.01 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.01 s |

molybdenum compounds NES | all | (F) | 0.80

molybdenum sulfide |, oxides and hydroxides | 0.05 s |

Technetium | all unspecified compounds | (F) | 0.80

| oxides, hydroxides, halides and nitrates | 0.80 m |

Ruthenium | all unspecified compounds | F | 0.05

| halides | 0.05 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.05 s |

Rhodium | all unspecified compounds | F | 0.05

| halides | 0.05 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.05 s |

Palladium | all unspecified compounds | 0.005 f |

|, nitrates and halides | 0.005 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.005 sec |

Silver | all unspecified compounds and metal | F | 0.05

| Silver | |

|, nitrates and sirníky | 0.05 m |

| oxides, hydroxides and carbides 0.05 s |

cadmium | all unspecified compounds | F | 0.05

| sirníky, halides and nitrates | 0.05 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.05 s |

Indium | all unspecified compounds | 0.02 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides and nitrates | 0.02 m |

tin compounds NES | all | 0.02 f |

| ciničitý sirníky, phosphate, oxides, | 0.02 m |

| hydroxides, halides and nitrates | |

antimony | all unspecified compounds | 0.10 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides, sirníky, | 0.01 m |

| sirnany and nitrates | |

tellurium | all unspecified compounds | F 0.30 |

| oxides, hydroxides and nitrates | 0.30 m |

iodine compounds | all | 1.00 f |

cesium compounds | all | 1.00 f |

barium compounds | all | 0.10 f |

Lantau | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 f |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.0005 m |

cér | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides, hydroxides and fluoride | 0.0005 s |

prazeodym | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, and fluorides | 0.0005 s |

neodymium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, and fluoride | 0.0005 s |

unspecified compounds can buy better ships | all | 0.0005 m |

| oxides, hydroxides, carbides, and fluoride | 0.0005 s |

Samarium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

europium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

gadolinium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 f |

| oxides, hydroxides and fluoride | 0.0005 m |

terbium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

all compounds | dysprozium | 0.0005 m |

Holmium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

erbium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

all compounds | tulium | 0.0005 m |

ytterbium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides, hydroxides and fluoride | 0.0005 s |

lutetium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides, hydroxides and fluoride | 0.0005 s |

hafnium | all unspecified compounds | 0.002 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides, carbides and | 0.002 m |

| nitrates | |

tantalum | all unspecified compounds | 0.001 m |

l | element. tantalum oxides, hydroxides, | 0.001 s |

| halides, nitrates and carbides, nitrides | |

Tungsten compounds | all | F 0.30 |

rhenium | all unspecified compounds | (F) | 0.80

| oxides, hydroxides, halides and nitrates | 0.80 m |

Osmium | all unspecified compounds | 0.01 f |

halides and nitrates | | 0.01 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.01 s |

Iridium | all unspecified compounds | 0.01 f |

iridium, a metal halides | and nitrates | 0.01 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.01 s |

Platinum compounds | all | 0.01 f |

Gold | all unspecified compounds | 0.10 f |

halides and nitrates | | 0.10 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.10 s |

Mercury | sirnany | 0.02 f |

| oxides, hydroxides, halides, nitrates and | 0.02 m |

| sirníky | |

| all organic compounds | (F) | 0.40

talium | all compounds | 1.00 f |

lead compounds | all | 0.20 f |

Bismuth | vizmutitý nitrate | F | 0.05

unspecified compounds | all | 0.05 m |

Polonium | all unspecified compounds | 0.10 f |

| oxides, hydroxides and nitrates | 0.10 m |

astatine | kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 f |

| kationem | slučujícím specified 1.00 m |

francium compounds | all | 1.00 f |

Radium compounds | all | 0.20 m |

Actinium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 f |

halides and nitrates | | 0.0005 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.0005 s |

thorium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.0002 s |

PA | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

| oxides and hydroxides | 0.0005 s |

uranium compounds, most šestimocných | such as. UF6, | 0.02 f |

| UO2F2 and UO2 (NO3) 2 | |

poorly soluble compounds, ' | ' for example. UO3, UF4, | 0.02 m |

| UCl4 and most other šestimocných | |

| compounds | |

highly insoluble compounds | such as. UO2 and | 0.002 s |

| U3O8 | |

neptunium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

plutonium | all unspecified compounds | 0.0005 m |

the insoluble oxides | | 0.00001 s |

americium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

curium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

Berkelium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

californium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

Einsteinium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

fermium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

mendelevium compounds | all | 0.0005 m |

-------------+-------------------------------------------+---+------



Table 4



Conversion factors for the conversion of the hinh and hing intakes of radionuclides



inhalation of aerosols and ingesting on a full-time basis for effective dose

for workers with resources.



Conversion factors for inhaled intake are hinh for aerosol

with dama = 1 and for aerosol with mikrom dama = 5 mikrom listed depending



on the type of absorption in the lungs. The parameters for each

chemicals and compounds are listed in table 3 of this

of the annex.



Conversion factors hing to receive the ingestion are listed depending on the

the type of absorption in the digestive tract. The parameters for each

chemicals and compounds are listed in table 2 of this annex.

+-------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------

element inhalation ingestion


nuklid +----------------+----------------------------------------+--------------

type f1 hinh [Sv/Bq] f1 hing [Sv/Bq] |



+----------------+----------------------------------------+--------------+

mikrom dama DAMA = 1 = 5 mikrom |

+-------------+----------------+----------------------------------------+--------------+

hydrogen

H-3 (tritiovaná water) 1 1, 8.10-11

(organically-bound tritium) 1 4, 2.10-11

beryllium

Be-7 M 0.005 4, 8.10-11 4, 3.10-11 0.005 2, 8.10-11

With the 0.005 5, 2.10-6.10-11 4, 11

The be-10 M 9 0.005, 1.10-9 6, 7.10-9 0.005 1, 1.10-9

With the 0.005 3, 2.10-8 1, 9.10-8

carbon

C-11 1 2, 4.10-11

C-14 1 5, 8.10-10

fluorine

F-18 F 1 3, 0.10-11 5, 4.10-11 1 4, 9.10-11

M 1-10, 11-5 8, 9.10-11

1 6, 0.10-11 9, 3.10-11

sodium

At-22 (F) 1 1, 3.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1 3, 2.10-9

On-24 F 1 2, 9.10-10 5, 3.10-10 1 4, 3.10-10

magnesium

Mg-28 F 6, 4.10-0.5 10 1, 1.10-9 0.5 2, 2.10-9

M 0.5 1, 2.10-1, 9-9-10

aluminum

Al-26 F 1 0.01, 1.10-8 1-8, 4.10, 5.10 3 0.01-9

M 0.01 1, 8.10-8 1, 2.10-8

Silicon

SI-31 (F) 0.01 2, 9.10-11 5-11, 1.10 0.01 1, 6.10-10

M 0.01 7, 5.10-11 1, 1.10-10

With 0.01 8, 0.10-11 1, 1.10-10

SI-32 F 3 0.01, 2.10-9 3, 7.10-9 0.01 5, 6.10-10

M 0.01 1.5x10-8 9, 6.10-9

With 0.01 1, 1.10-7 5, 5.10-8

phosphorus

P-32 F 0.8 8, 0.10-10 1, 1.10-9 0.8 2, 4.10-9

0.8 m 3, 2.10-9 2, 9.10-9

P-33 (F) 0.8 9, 6.10-11 1, 4.10-10 2, 4.10 0.8-10

0.8 m 1, 4.10-9 1-9, 3.10

sulphur

S-35 (F) 0.8 5, 3.10-11 8, 0.10-11 0.8 to 1, 4.10-10

0.8 m 1, 3.10-9 1-9, 1.10 0.1 1, 9.10-10

S-35 1 7, 7.10-10

chlorine-free

CL-36 F 1 3, 4.10-10 4, 9.10-10 1 9, 3.10-10

M 1 6, 9.10, 1.10-9 5-9

CL-38 F 1 2, 7.10-11 4, 6.10-11 1 1, 2.10-10

M 1-10, 11-4 7, 3.10-11

CL-39 F 1 2, 7.10-4, 8.10-11 11 1 8, 5.10-11

M 1 4, 8.10-11 7, 6.10-11



potassium

To-40 F 1 2, 1.10-9 3, 0.10-9 1 6, 2.10-9

K-42 F 1 1, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1 4, 3.10-10

K-43 F 1 1, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 12, 5.10.

K-44 F 1 2, 1.10-11 3, 7.10-11 1 8, 4.10-11

To-45 F 1 1, 6.10-8.10-11 2, 11 1 5, 4.10-11

calcium

CA-41 M 0.3 1, 7.10, 9.10-10 1-2 10, 9.10 0.3-10

CA-45 M 2, 7.10 0.3-9 2-9, 3.10 0.3 7, 6.10-10

CA-47 M 0.3 1, 8.10-9 2, 1.10-9 0.3 1, 6.10-9

scandium

SC-43 with 1, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10

SC-44 with 1, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 1-4 3, 5.10-10

SC-44 with 1, 0.10-4 1-2 9, 5.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-2 4, 4.10-9

SC-46 with 1, 0.10-6, 4.10 4-9 4-9 1, 8.10, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9

SC-47 with 1, 4, 7, 0.10-0.10-10 7, 3.10-10 1-4 5, 0.10, 4.10-10

SC-48 with 1, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9

SC-49 with 1, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-11 6-11 1, 1.10, 0.10-4 8, 2.10-11

Titan

TI-44 (F) 0.01 6, 1.10-8 7, 2.10-8 0.01 5, 8.10-9

M 0.01 4 0.10-8 2, 7.10-8

With 0.01 1, 2.10-7 6, 2.10-8

TI-45 (F) 0.01 4-11 8, 6.10, 3.10-11 0.01 1.5x10-10

M 0.01 9, 1.10-11 1, 4.10-10

With 0.01 9, 6.10-11 1, 5.10-10

vanadium

V-47 F 1 0.01, 9.10-11 3, 2.10-11 0.01 6, 3.10-11

M 0.01 3, 1.10-11 5, 0.10-11

V-48 F 1 0.01, 1.10-9 1-9, 7.10 2 0.01, 0.10-9

M 0.01 2, 3.10-2, 9-10-9

In-49 F 2 0.01, 1.10-11 2, 6.10-11 0.01 1, 8.10-11

M 0.01 3, 11 2, 2.10-3.10-11

chrome

CR-48 (F) 0.1 1, 0.10-10-10-10 1, 2, 0.1-10

M 0.1, 2, 0.10-10 2, 3.10-10 2 0.01, 0.10-10

With 0.1 2, 2.10-10, 5.10-2 10

CR-49 (F) 0.1 2, 0.10-11 3, 5.10-11 0.1 6, 1.10-11

M 0.1, 5.10 3-11 5-11, 6.10 6 0.01, 1.10-11

With 0.1, 7.10 3-11 5-11, 9.10

CR-51 (F) 0.1 2, 1.10-11 3, 0.10-11 0.1 3, 8.10-11

M 0.1, 1.10-3 11 3, 4.10-11 3 0.01, 7.10-11

With 0.1 3, 6.10, 6.10-11 3-11

manganese

MN-51 (F) 0.1 2, 4.10-11 4, 2.10-11 0.1 9, 3.10-11

M 0.1, 3.10-4 11 6, 8.10-11

MN-52 (F) 0.1 9, 9.10-10 1, 6.10-9 0.1 1, 8.10-9

M 0.1 1, 4.10, 8.10-9 1-9

MN-52 m (F) 0.1 2, 0.10-11 3, 5.10-11 0.1 6, 9.10-11

M 0.1, 3 0.10-0.10-11 5, 11

MN-53 (F) 0.1, 2, 9.10, 11-3, 11-3 0.1, 0.10-11

M 0.1 5, 2.10-11 3, 6.10-11

MN-54 (F) 0.1-10-8, 10-9, 1.10 1 0.1 7, 1.10-10

M 0.1 1, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9

MN-56 (F) 0.1 6, 9.10-11 1, 2.10-10, 5.10 0.1 2-10

M 0.1 1, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10



iron

Fe-52 (F) 0.1 4, 1.10-10 6, 9.10-10 0.1 1, 4.10-9

M 0.1 6, 3.10-10 9, 5.10-10

Fe-55 (F) 0.1 7, 7.10, 2.10-10 9-10 3, 3.10 0.1-10

M 0.1, 7.10 3-10 3-10, 3.10

Fe-59 (F) 0.1 2, 2.10-9 3, 0.10-9 0.1 1, 8.10-9

M 0.1 3, 5.10-9 3, 2.10-9

Fe-60 (F) 0.1 2, 8.10-7 3, 3.10-7 0.1 1, 1.10-7

M 0.1 1, 3.10-7 1, 2.10-7

cobalt

Co-55 M 0.1 5, 1.10-10 7, 8.10-10 0.1 1, 0.10-9

With 0.05 5, 5.10-10 8-10, 3.10 0.05 1, 1.10-9

Co-56 M 0.1, 4-9 4-9 0.1, 2, 5.10-9

With 0.05 6, 3.10-9 4, 9.10-9 0.05 2, 3.10-9

Co-57 M 0.1 5, 2.10-10 3, 9.10-10 0.1 2, 1.10-10

With 0.05, 4.10 9-10 6, 0.10-10 0.05 1, 9.10-10

Co-58 M 0.1 1, 5.10-9 1-9, 4.10, 4.10 0.1 7-10

With 0.05 2, 0.10-9-10-9, 1 0.05 7, 0.10-10

Co-58 m M 0.1 1, 3.10-11 1, 5.10-11 0.1 2, 4.10-11

With 0.05 1, 6.10-11 1, 7.10-11 0.05 2, 4.10-11

Co-60 M 0.1 9, 6.10-9 7, 1.10-3, 4.10 9 0.1-9

2, with 9.10 0.05-1, 8-10-8 0.05 2, 5.10-9

Co-60 m M 0.1 1, 1.10, 2.10-12 1-1 12, 7.10 0.1-12

With 0.05 1, 3.10-12 1, 2.10-12 0.05 1 7.10-12

Co-61 M 0.1 4, 8.10-11 7, 1.10-11 0.1 7, 4.10-11

With 0.05 5, 1.10-11 7, 5.10-11 0.05 7, 4.10-11

Co-62 m 0.1 M 2, 1.10-11 3, 6.10-11 0.1 4, 7.10-11

With 0.05 2, 2.10-11 3, 7.10-11 0.05 4, 7.10-11

nickel

NI-56 F 0.05 5, 1.10-10 7, 9.10-10 0.05 8, 6.10-10

0.05 m 8, 6.10, 6.10-10 9-10

NI-57 F 0.05 2, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-10 0.05 8, 7.10-10

0.05 m 5, 1.10-10 7, 6.10-10

NI-59 F 0.05 1, 8.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 3.10 0.05 6-11

0.05 m 1, 3.10-10 9, 4.10-11

NI-63 F 0.05 4, 4.10-10 5, 2.10-10, 5.10 0.05 1-10

0.05 m 4, 4.10-10 3, 1.10-10

65 F 0.05-4, 4.10, 5.10 7-11-11, 1 0.05 8.10-10

0.05 m 8-10-11, 1-10, 3.10

NI-66 F 0.05 4, 5.10-10 7, 6.10-10 0.05 3, 0.10-9

0.05 m 1, 6.10-9 1-9, 9.10

copper

CU-60 F 0.5 2, 4.10-11 4, 4.10-11 0.5 7, 0.10-11

0.5 m 3, 5.10-11 6, 0.10-11

With 0.5 3, 6.10-6 11, 2.10-11

CU-61 F 0.5 4, 0.10-11 7, 3.10-11 0.5 1, 2.10-10

M 0.5 7, 6.10-11 1, 2.10-10

With 0.5 8, 0.10-11 1, 2.10-10

CU-64 F 0.5 3, 8.10-11 6, 8.10-11 0.5 1, 2.10-10

M 0.5 1, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10

With 0.5 1, 2.10-10, 5.10-1 10

CU-67 F 0.5 1, 1.10-10 1 10 0.5 8.10-3, 4.10-10

M 0.5 5, 10 5, 2.10-3.10-10

With 0.5 5, 10 5, 8.10-8.10-10

zinc

Zn-62 with 0.5 4-10 6-10, 10-9, 4.10 0.5-10

Zn-63 with 0.5 3, 8.10-11 6, 1.10-0.5 7, 9.10, 11-11

Zn-65, with 9.10-0.5 2, 9 2, 8.10, 9.10-9 0-9

Zn-69 with 0.5 2, 8.10-11 4, 3.10-11 0.5 3, 1.10-11

Zn-69m with 0.5 2, 6.10-10 3-10, 3.10, 3.10-0.5 3 10

Zn-71 m with 0.5 1, 6.10-10 2, 4.10-10 0.5 2, 4.10-10

Zn-72 with 0.5 1, 2.10-9 1, 5.10-9 0.5 1, 4.10-9

galium

GA-65 (F) 0.001 1, 2.10-11 2, 0.10-11 0.001, 7.10 3-11

0.001 m 1, 8.10, 9.10, 11-2-11

GA-66 (F) 0.001 2, 7.10, 7.10-10 4-10 0.001 1, 2.10-9

0.001 m 4, 6.10-10 7, 1.10-10

GA-67 F 0.001 6, 8.10-11 1, 1.10-10 1 0.001, 9.10-10

0.001 m 2, 3.10-10 2, 8.10-10

GA-68 (F) 0.001 2, 8.10, 9.10, 11-4, 11-1 0.001, 0.10-10

0.001 m 5, 1.10-11 8, 1.10-11

GA-70 F 0.001 9, 3.10-12 1, 6.10-11 0.001 3, 1.10-11

0.001 m 1, 6.10, 6.10-11 2-11

GA-72 (F) 0.001 3, 1.10-10 5, 6.10-10 1 0.001, 1.10-9

0.001 m 5, 5.10-10 8, 4.10-10

GA-73 F 0.001 5, 8.10-11 1, 0.10-10 0.001 2, 6.10-10

M 0.001 1.5x10-2, 10-10

germanium

GE-66 F 1 5, 7.10-11 8, 9.10-11 1 1, 0.10-10

M 1 9, 2.10-1, 3.10 11-10

GE-67 F 1 1, 6.10-8.10-11 2, 11 1 6, 5.10-11

M 1 2, 6.10-11 4, 2.10-11

GE-68 F 1 5, 4.10-10 8-10-1, 3.10, 3.10 1-9

M 1 1, 3.10-8 7, 9.10-9

GE-69 F 1 1-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1 2, 4.10-10

M 1-10, 2, 9.10, 7.10 3-10

GE-71 F 1 5, 0.10, 8.10-12 7-12 1-1 11, 2.10

M 1 1, 0.10-11 1, 1.10-11

GE-75 F 1 1, 6.10-11 2, 7.10-11 1 4, 6.10-11

M 1-10-11 3 5, 4.10-11

GE-77 F 1 1, 5.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1 3, 3.10-10

M 1 3, 6.10-10 4, 5.10-10

GE-78 (F) 1 4, 8.10-11 8, 1.10-11 1 1, 2.10-10

M 1-10-11 9 1, 4.10-10

arsenic

As-69 M 0.5 2, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11 0.5 5, 7.10-11

As-70 M 0.5 7, 2.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.5 1, 3.10-10

As-71 M 0.5 4-5 10, 0.10 0.10-10 0.5 4, 6.10-10


As-72 M 0.5 9, 2.10-10, 1-9, 3.10 0.5 1, 8.10-9

As-73 M 0.5 9, 3.10-10 6, 5.10-10 0.5 2, 6.10-10

As-74 M 0.5 2, 1.10-9 1-9, 8.10 0.5 1, 3.10-9

As-76 M 0.5, 4.10 7-10 9, 2.10-10 0.5 1, 6.10-9

As-77 M 0.5 3 10-4, 8.10, 2.10-10 0.5 4 0.10-10

As-78 M 0.5 9, 2.10-11 1, 4.10-10 0.5 2, 1.10-10

Selenium

SE-70 F 0.8, 5.10 4-11 8, 2.10-11 0.8 to 1, 2.10-10

0.8 m 7, 3.10-11 1, 2.10-10, 4.10 0.05 1-10

-73 (F) 0.8 8, 6.10-11 1, 5.10-10 0.8 2, 1.10-10

0.8 m 1, 6.10-10 2, 4.10-10 0.05 3, 9.10-10

-73 (F) 0.8 9, 9.10-12 1, 7.10-11 0.8 2, 8.10-11

0.8 m 1, 8.10-11 2, 7.10-11 0.05 4, 1.10-11

SE-75 (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-9 1-9, 4.10 0.8 2, 6.10-9

0.8 m 1, 4.10-1, 9-10-9 0.05 4, 1.10-10

SE-79 (F) 0.8 to 1, 2.10-6.10-9 1, 2, 9.10 0.8 9-9

0.8 m 2, 9.10-9 3, 1.10-9 0.05 3, 9.10-10

-81 (F) 0.8 8, 6.10-12 1, 4.10-11 0.8 2, 7.10-11

0.8 m 1, 5.10-11 2, 4.10-11 0.05 2, 7.10-11

With-F, FT-1 0.8 7.10-11 3, 0.10-11 0.8 5, 3.10-11

0.8 m 4, 7.10-11 6-11 0.05, 8.10, 9.10 5-11

-83 (F) 0.8 to 1, 9.10-11 3, 4.10-11 0.8 4, 7.10-11

0.8 m 3, 3.10, 3.10-11 5-11 0.05 5, 1.10-11

bromine

BR-74 F 1 2, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-11 1 8, 4.10-11

M 1 4 11 6, 1.10-8.10-11

BR-74 m (F) 1 4, 2.10-11 7, 5.10-11 1 1, 4.10-10

M 1 6, 5.10-11 1, 1.10-10

BR-75 F 1 3, 1.10-11 5, 6.10-1 7, 9.10, 11-11

M 1 5, 5.10-11 8, 5.10-11

BR-76 F 1 2, 6.10-10 4, 5.10-10 1 4, 6.10-10

4 m 1, 2.10-10, 8.10 5-10

BR-77 F 1 6, 7.10-11 1, 2.10-10 1 9, 6.10-11

M 1-10-11-8, 1-10, 3.10

BR-80 F 1 6, 3.10-12 1-1 11, 1.10 3, 1.10-11

M 1 1, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

BR-80 m F 1 3, 5.10-11 5, 8.10-11 1 1, 1.10-10

M 1 7, 6.10-11 1, 0.10-10

BR-82 F 1 3, 7.10-10 6, 4.10-10 1 5, 4.10-10

M 1 6-10 8, 4.10, 8.10-10

BR-83 F 1 1, 7.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1 4, 3.10-11

M 1 4, 8.10-11 6, 7.10-11

BR-84 F 1 2, 3.10-11 4, 0.10-11 1 8, 8.10-11

M 1 3, 9.10-6 11, 2.10-11

Rubidium

RB-79 F 1 1, 7.10-11 3, 0.10-11 1 5, 0.10-11

RB-81 F 1 3, 7.10-11 6, 8.10-11 1 5, 4.10-11

RB-ft-F 1 7, 3.10, 3.10-12 1-1 9, 11-10-12

RB-82 m F 1 1, 2.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1 1, 3.10-10

RB-83 F 1 7, 1.10-10 1-1 9, 1-9, 9.10

RB-84 F 1 1, 1.10-9 1, 5.10-9 1 2, 8.10-9

RB-86 F 1 9, 6.10-10 1-1 9, 3.10 2, 8.10-9

RB-87 (F) 1 5, 1.10-10 7, 6.10-10 1 1, 5.10-9

RB-88 F 1 1, 7.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1 9, 0.10-11

RB-89 (F) 1 1-11 2, 4.10, 5.10-11 1 4, 7.10-11

strontium

SR-80 F 0.3 7, 6.10-11 1, 3.10-10 3, 4.10 0.3-10

With 0.01 1, 4.10-10 2, 1.10-10 0.01 3, 5.10-10

SR-81 F 0.3 2, 2.10-11 3, 9.10-0.3 7, 11-10-11

With 0.01 3, 8.10-11 6-11, 1.10 0.01 7 8.10-11

SR-82 F 0.3 2, 2.10-9 3-9, 3.10 0.3 6, 1.10-9

With 0.01 1, 0.10-8 7, 7.10-9 0.01 6, 0.10-9

SR-83 (F) 0.3 1, 7.10-10 3, 10 4 0.10-0.3, 9.10-10

With 0.01 3, 4.10-10 4, 9.10-10 0.015, 8.10-10

SR-85 F 0.3 3, 9.10-10 5, 6.10-10 0.3 5, 6.10-10

With 0.01 7, 7.10-10 6, 4.10-10 0.01 3, 3.10-10

SR-85 m F 0.3 3, 1.10-12 5, 6.10-12 0.3 6, 1.10-12

With 0.01 4, 5.10-12 7-12 0.01, 4.10 6, 1.10-12

SR-87 m (F) 0.3 1, 2.10-11 2, 2.10-11 0.3 3, 0.10-11

With 0.01 2, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11 0.01 3, 3.10-11

SR-89 F 0.3 1, 0.10-9 1-9, 4.10 0.3 2, 6.10-9

With 0.01 7, 5.10-9 5, 6.10-9 0.01 2, 3.10-9

SR-90 F 0.3 2-8, 4.10 3, 0.10-8 0.3 2, 8.10-8

With 0.01 1.5x10-7 7, 7.10-8 0.01 2, 7.10-9

SR-91 F 0.3 1 7.10-10 2, 9.10-10 6, 5.10 0.3-10

With 0.01 4, 1.10-10 5, 7.10-10 0.01 7, 6.10-10

SR-92 F 0.3 1, 1.10-10 1, 8.10-10 0.3 4, 3.10-10

With 0.01 2, 3.10-10 3, 10 4 4.10-0.01, 9.10-10

yttrium

Y-86 M 1, 0.10-4 4-8 10, 8.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 1-4 9, 6.10-10

With 1, 0.10-4 4-8 10, 9.10, 1.10-10

Y-86 m M 1, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-11 4, 8.10-11 1, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-11

With 1-4 3, 0.10, 0.10-11 4, 9.10-11

Y-87 M 1, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-10 5-10-1, 2.10, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-10

With 1-4 4, 0.10 0.10-10 5, 3.10-10

Y-88 M 1, 0.10-4 3-3 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 1, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9

With 1, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-9 3, 0.10-9

Y-90 M 1, 0.10-4 1, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-9

With 1, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 1, 7.10-9

Y-90 m M 1, 0.10-4 9, 6.10-11 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-10

With 1-4 1, 0.10 0.10-10 1, 3.10-10

Y-91 M 1, 0.10-4 6, 7.10, 2.10-9 5-9 1-4, 2-9, 4.10

With 1, 0.10-8, 4.10 4-9 6-9, 1.10

Y-91 m M 1-4 1, 0.10 0.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-11

With 1, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-11 1.5x10-11

Y-92 M 1, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 9.10, 7.10-10 1-4 4, 0.10, 9.10-10

With 1, 2, 4 0.10-0.10-10 2, 8.10-10

Y-93 M 1, 0.10-4 4-5 10, 1.10, 7.11-10 1 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9

With 1, 0.10-4 4-6 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

Y-94 M 1, 0.10-4 2, 8.10-11 4, 4.10-11 1-4, 8-11, 1.10

With 1, 2, 4 0.10-9.10-11 4, 6.10-11

Y-95 M 1, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-11

With 1, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-11 2, 6.10-11

zircon

ZR-86 (F) 0.002 3, 0.10-10 5, 2.10-10 0.002 8, 6.10-10

0.002 m 4, 3.10-10 6, 8.10-10

With 0.002 4, 5.10-10 7, 0.10-10

ZR-88 (F) 0.002 3, 5.10-9 4, 1.10-9 0.002 3, 3.10-10

0.002 m 2, 5.10-9 1, 7.10-9

With 0.002 3, 3.10-9 1, 8.10-9

ZR-89 (F) 0.002 3-5 10, 1.10, 2.10-10 0.002 7, 9.10-10

0.002 m 5, 3.10-10 7, 2.10-10

With 0.002 5, 5.10-10 7, 5.10-10

ZR-93 (F) 0.002 2, 5.10-8 2-8, 9.10 0.002 2, 8.10-10

0.002 m 9, 6.10, 6.10-9 6-9

With 0.002 3, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

ZR-95 (F) 0.002 2, 5.10-9 3, 0.10-9 0.002 8, 8.10-10

0.002 m 4, 5.10-9 3, 6.10-9

With 0.002 5, 5.10-9 4, 2.10-9

ZR-97 (F) 0.002 4, 2.10-10 7-10 0.002, 4.10 2, 1.10-9

0.002 m 9, 4.10-1, 3.10 10-9

With 0.002 1, 0.10-9 1-9, 4.10

niobium

NB-88 M 2, 9.10 0.01-11 4, 8.10-11 0.01 6, 3.10-11

With 3 0.01, 0.10, 0.10-11 5-11

NB-89 M 0.01 1, 2.10-10, 1-10, 8.10 3 0.01, 0.10-10

With 0.01 1, 3.10-1 10, 9.10-10

NB-89 M 0.01 7, 1.10-11 1, 1.10-10 1 0.01, 4.10-10

With 0.01 7, 4.10-11 1, 2.10-10

NB-90 M 0.01, 6.10-6 10 1, 0.10-9 0.01 1, 2.10-9

With 0.01 6, 9.10-10 1, 1.10-9

NB-93 m M 0.01 4, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10 0.01 1, 2.10-10

With 0.01 1, 6.10, 6.10-9 8-10

NB-1, 94 M 0.01 0.10-8 7, 2.10-9 1 0.01, 7.10-9

With 0.01 4, 5.10-8 2, 5.10-8

NB-95 M 0.01 1, 4.10-9 1-9, 3.10 0.01 5, 8.10-10

With 0.01 1, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10

NB-95 M 0.01 7, 6.10-10 7-10-10, 0.01 5, 6.10-10

With 0.01 8, 5.10-8 10, 5.10-10

NB-96 M 0.01 6, 5.10-10 9-10-10, 1 0.01, 1.10-9

With 0.01, 8.10-6 10 1, 0.10-9

NB-97 M 0.01 4, 4.10-11 6-11, 9.10 0.01 6, 8.10-11

With 0.01 4, 7.10-11 7, 2.10-11

NB-98 M 0.01 5, 9.10-11 9-11, 6.10 1 0.01, 1.10-10

With 0.01 6, 1.10-11 9-11, 9.10

molybdenum

MO-90 (F) 0.8 to 1, 7.10, 9.10-10 2-3 10, 1.10 0.8-10

With 0.05, 7.10 3-10 5, 6.10-10 0.05 6, 2.10-10

MO-93 (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-9 1-9, 4.10 0.8 2, 6.10-9

With 0.05 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 0.05 2, 0.10-10

MO-93 m (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-10 1, 9.10-10 0.8 to 1, 6.10-10

With 0.05 1, 8.10-10 3, 0.10-10 0.05 2, 8.10-10

MO-99 (F) 0.8 2, 3.10-10 3, 6.10-10 7, 4.10 0.8-10

With 0.05 9, 7.10-10 1, 1.10-9 0.05 1, 2.10-9

MO-101 (F) 0.8 1.5x10-11 2, 7.10-11 0.8 4, 2.10-11

With 0.05 2, 7.10-11 4, 5.10-11 0.05 4, 2.10-11

Technetium

TC-93 (F) 0.8 3, 4.10-11 6-11, 2.10 0.8 4, 9.10-11

0.8 m 3, 6.10-11 6, 5.10-11

TC-93 m (F) 0.8 1.5x10-11 2, 6.10-11 0.8 2, 4.10-11

0.8 m 1, 7.10-11 3, 1.10-11

TC-94 (F) 0.8 to 1, 2.10-10, 2-10, 1.10 0.8 to 1, 8.10-10

0.8 m 1, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-10

TC-94m (F) 0.8 4, 3.10-11 6-11, 9.10 0.8 to 1, 1.10-10

0.8 m 4-11 8, 9.10, 0.10-11

TC-95 (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-10 1, 8.10-10 0.8 1, 6.10-10

0.8 m 1, 0.10-10 1, 8.10-10

TC-95 (F) 0.8 3, 1.10-10 4, 8.10-0.8 6, 2.10 10-10

M 0.8 8-10-10, 8-10

TC-96 (F) 0.8 6, 0.10-10 9, 8.10-10 0.8 1, 1.10-9

0.8 m 7, 1.10-10 1 0.10-9

TC-96 (F) 0.8 6, 5.10-12 1, 1.10-11 0.8 to 1, 3.10-11

0.8 m 7, 7.10-12 1, 1.10-11

TC-97 (F) 0.8, 5.10 4-11 7-11, 2.10 0.8 8, 3.10-11

0.8 m 2, 1.10-10 1, 6.10-10

TC-97m F 2, 8.10 0.8-10 4 0.10-10 0.8 6, 6.10-10

0.8 m 3, 1.10-9 2, 7.10-9

TC-98 (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 0.8 2, 3.10-9

M 0.8 8, 1.10-9 6, 1.10-9

The TC-99 (F) 0.8 2, 9.10-10 4 0.10-10 7, 8.10 0.8-10

0.8 m 3, 9.10-9 3, 2.10-9

TC-99 m (F) 0.8 to 1, 2.10-11 2, 0.10-11 0.8 2, 2.10-11

0.8 m 1, 11 2, 9.10-9.10-11

TC-101 (F) 0.8 8-10-12, 1-11, 5.10 0.8 1, 9.10-11

0.8 m 1, 3.10-11 2, 1.10-11

TC-104 F 0.8 2, 4.10-11 3, 9.10-11 0.8 8, 1.10-11

0.8 m 3, 0.10-11 4, 8.10-11

Ruthenium

Ru-94 F 0.05 2, 7.10-4, 9.10, 11-11, 4.10 0.05 9-11

0.05 m 4, 4.10-11, 7-11, 2.10

With 0.05 4, 6.10-11 7, 4.10-11


Ru-97 F 0.05 6, 7.10-11 1, 2.10-10, 5.10 0.05 1-10

0.05 m 1, 1.10-10 1, 6.10-10

With 0.05 1, 1.10-10 1, 6.10-10

Ru-103 F 0.05 4, 9.10-10 6, 8.10-10 0.05 7, 3.10-10

0.05 m 2, 3.10-9 1-9, 9.10

With 0.05 2, 8.10-9 2, 2.10-9

Ru-105 F 0.05 7, 1.10-11 1, 3.10-10 0.05 2, 6.10-10

0.05 m 1, 7.10-10 2, 4.10-10

With 0.05 1, 8.10-10 2, 5.10-10

Ru-106 F 0.05 8, 0.10-9 9 9 7 8.10-0.05, 0.10-9

0.05 m 2, 6.10-8 1, 7.10-8

With 0.05 6, 2.10-8 3, 5.10-8

Rhodium

RH-99 (F) 0.05 3, 3.10-10 4, 9.10-10 0.05 5, 1.10-10

0.05 m 7, 3.10-10 8, 2.10-10

With 0.05 8, 3.10-10 8, 9.10-10

RH-99 m F 0.05 3, 0.10-11 5-11, 7.10 0.05 6, 6.10-11

0.05 m 4, 1.10-7 11, 2.10-11

With 0.05 4, 3.10, 3.10-11 7-11

RH-100 F 0.05 2, 8.10-10 5, 1.10-10 0.05 7, 1.10-10

0.05 m 3, 6.10-10 6, 2.10-10

With 0.05, 7.10 3-10 6, 3.10-10

RH-101 F 0.05 1, 4.10-1, 9-10-9 0.05 5, 5.10-10

0.05 m 2, 2.10-1, 9-9-10

With 0.05 5, 0.10-9 3, 1.10-9

RH-101m F 0.05 1, 0.10-10-10-10, 1 0.05 2, 2.10-10

0.05 m 2, 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10

With 0.05 2, 1.10-2, 10-10-10

RH-102 (F) 0.05 7, 3.10-9 8, 9.10-9 0.05 2, 6.10-9

0.05 m 6, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-9

With 0.05 1, 6.10-8 9, 0.10-9

RH-102 m (F) 0.05 1, 5.10-9 1-9, 9.10 0.05 1, 2.10-9

0.05 m 3, 8.10-2, 9-10-9

With 0.05 6, 7.10-9 4, 2.10-9

RH-103 m graphics (F) 0.05 8, 6.10-13 1, 2.10-12 0.05 3, 8.10-12

0.05 m 2, 3.10-12 2, 4.10-12

With 0.05 2, 5.10-12 2, 5.10-12

RH-105 F 0.05 8, 7.10-11 1, 5.10-10 0.05, 7.10 3-10

0.05 m 3, 1.10-10 4, 1.10-10

With 0.05 3, 4.10, 4.10-10 4-10

RH-106m F 0.05 7, 0.10-11 1, 3.10-10 0.05 1, 6.10-10

0.05 m 1, 1.10-10 1, 8.10-10

With 0.05 1, 2.10-10 1, 9.10-10

RH-107 (F) 0.05 9, 6.10, 6.10-12 1-2 11, 4.10 0.05-11

0.05 m 1, 7.10, 7.10 2-11-11

With 0.05 1 7.10-11 2, 8.10-11

Palladium

PD-100 F 0.005 4, 9.10-10 7-10 9, 4.10 0.005-10

0.005 m 7, 9.10-10 9, 5.10-10

With the 0.005 8, 3.10-10 9, 7.10-10

PD-101 F 0.005 4, 2.10-11 7, 5.10-11 9 0.005, 4.10-11

0.005 m 6, 2.10-11 9, 8.10-11

With the 0.005 6, 4.10-11 1, 0.10-10

PD-103 F 9 0.005, 0.10-11 1, 2.10-10, 9.10 0.005 1-10

0.005 m 3, 5.10-10 3, 0.10-10

With the 0.005 4 0.10-10 2, 9.10-10

PD-107 F 0.005 2, 6.10-11 3, 3.10-0.005 3, 11-10-11

0.005 m 8, 0.10-11 5-11, 2.10

With the 0.005 5, 5.10-10 2, 9.10-10

PD-109 F 0.005 1, 2.10-10, 2-10, 1.10 0.005 5, 5.10-10

0.005 m 3, 4.10-4, 10-10-10

With the 0.005 3, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-10

Silver

AG-102 (F) 0.05 1, 4.10-11 2, 4.10-11 0.05 4, 0.10-11

0.05 m 1, 8.10-11 3, 2.10-11

1, with 9.10 0.05-11 3, 2.10-11

AG-103 F 0.05 1, 6.10-11 2, 8.10-11 0.05 4, 3.10-11

0.05 m 2, 7.10-4, 3.10 11-11

With 0.05 2, 8.10-11 4, 5.10-11

AG-104 F 0.05 3, 0.10-11 5-11, 7.10 0.05 6, 0.10-11

0.05 m 3, 9.10-11 6, 9.10-11

With 0.05 4, 0.10-11 7, 1.10-11

AG-104 m F 0.05 1 7.10-11 3, 1.10-11 0.05 5, 4.10-11

0.05 m 2, 6.10-11 4, 4.10-11

With 0.05 2, 7.10-11 4, 5.10-11

AG-105 F 0.05, 4.10 5-10 8-10 0.10 0.05 4, 7.10-10

0.05 m 6, 9.10-10 7, 0.10-10

With 0.05, 8.10 7-10 7, 3.10-10

AG-106 F 0.05 9, 8.10-12 1, 7.10-11 0.05 3, 2.10-11

0.05 m 1, 6.10, 6.10-11 2-11

With 0.05 1, 6.10-11 2, 7.10-11

AG-106m F 0.05 1, 1.10-9 1, 6.10-9 0.05 1, 5.10-9

0.05 m 1, 1.10-9 1, 5.10-9

With 0.05 1, 1.10-9 1-9, 4.10

AG-108 m F 0.05 6, 1.10-9 7-9, 3.10, 3.10 0.05 2-9

0.05 m 7, 0.10-9 5, 2.10-9

With 0.05 3, 5.10-8 1, 9.10-8

AG-110 m (F) 0.05 5, 5.10-9 6, 7.10-9 0.05 2, 8.10-9

0.05 m, 2.10-9 7 5, 9.10-9

With 0.05 1, 2.10-8 7, 3.10-9

AG-111 (F) 0.05 4, 1.10-10 5, 7.10-10 0,051, 3.10-9

0.05 m 1, 5.10-9 1, 5.10-9

With 0.05 1, 7.10, 6.10-9 1-9

AG-112 F 0.05 8, 2.10-11 1, 4.10-4, 3.10 0.05 10-10

0.05 m 1-10 2-10, 5.10-10

With 0.05 1, 8.10-10 2, 6.10-10

AG-115 F 0.05 1, 6.10, 6.10-11 2-11 0.05 6, 0.10-11

0.05 m 2, 8.10-11 4, 3.10-11

With 0.05 3, 0.10-11 4, 4.10-11

cadmium

CD-104 F 0.05 2, 7.10-11 5, 0.10-11 0.05 5, 8.10-11

0.05 m 3, 6.10-6 11, 2.10-11

With 0.05, 7.10 3-11 6, 3.10-11

CD-107 (F) 0.05 2, 3.10-4 11, 2.10-11 0.05 6, 2.10-11

0.05 m 8, 1.10-11 1, 0.10-10

With 0.05 8, 7.10-11 1, 1.10-10

CD-109 F 0.05 8, 1.10-9 9, 6.10-9 0.05 2, 0.10-9

0.05 m, 2.10-6 9 5, 1.10-9

With 0.05 5, 8.10-4, 4.10 9-9

CD-113 F 0.05 1, 2.10-7 1-7, 4.10, 5.10 0.05 2-8

0.05 m 5-8-4, 3.10, 3.10-8

With 0.05 2, 5.10-8 2, 1.10-8

CD-113m (F) 0.05 1, 1.10-7 1-7, 3.10, 3.10 0.05 2-8

0.05 m 5, 0.10, 0.10-8 4-8

With 0.05 3, 0.10-8 2-8, 4.10

CD-115 F 0.05, 7.10 3-10 5-10, 4.10, 4.10 0.05 1-9

0.05 m 9-10-10, 1-9, 2.10

With 0.05 1, 1.10-9 1-9, 3.10

CD-115m (F) 0.05 5, 3.10-6, 4.10 9-9-3, 3.10 0.05-9

0.05 m 5, 9.10-9 5, 5.10-9

With 0.05 7, 3.10-9 5, 5.10-9

CD-117 F 0.05 7, 3.10, 3.10-11 1-2 10, 8.10 0.05-10

0.05 m 1, 6.10-10 2, 4.10-10

With 0.05 1-10 2-10, 5.10-10

CD-117 m (F) 0.05 1, 0.10-10 1, 9.10-10 0.05 2, 8.10-10

0.05 m 2, 0.10-10 3, 1.10-10

With 0.05 2, 1.10, 2.10-10 3-10

Indium

In-109 (F) 0.02 3, 2.10-11, 5-11 6-10 0.02, 6.10-11

0.02 m 4, 4.10-11 7, 3.10-11

In-110 (F) 0.02 1, 2.10-10 2, 2.10-10 0.02 2, 4.10-10

0.02 m 1-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10

In-110 (F) 0.02 3, 1.10-11 5, 5.10-11 0.02 1, 0.10-10

0.02 m 5, 0.10-11 8, 1.10-11

In-111 (F) 0.02 1, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-10 0.02 2, 9.10-10

0.02 m 2, 3.10-10 3, 1.10-10

In-112 (F) 0.02, 0.10-5 12 8, 6.10-12 0.02 1, 0.10-11

0.02 m 7, 8.10-12 1, 3.10-11

In-113m (F) 0.02 1, 0.10-11 1, 9.10-11 0.02 2, 8.10-11

0.02 m 2, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11

In-114m (F) 0.02 9, 3.10-9 1, 1.10-8 0.02 4, 1.10-9

0.02 m 5, 9.10-9 5, 9.10-9

In-115 (F) 0.02 3, 9.10-7 4, 5.10-7 0.02 3, 2.10-8

M 0.02 1.5x10-7 1, 1.10-7

In-115m (F) 0.02 2, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11 0.02 8, 6.10-11

0.02 m 6, 0.10-11 8-11-10

In-116 (F) 0.02 3, 0.10-11 5, 5.10-11 0.02 6, 4.10-11

0.02 m 4, 8.10-11 8, 0.10-11

In-117 F 0.02 1, 6.10-11 2, 8.10-11 0.02 3, 1.10-11

0.02 m 3, 0.10-11 4, 8.10-11

In-117 m (F) 0.02 3, 1.10-11 5, 5.10-11 0.02 1, 2.10-10

0.02 m 7, 3.10-11 1, 1.10-10

In-119 F 0.02 1, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11 0.02 4, 7.10-11

0.02 m 1, 8.10, 9.10, 11-2-11

Tin

SN-110 (F) 0.02 1, 1.10-10 1, 9.10-10 0.02 3, 5.10-10

0.02 m 1, 6.10, 6.10-10 2-10

SN-111 (F) 0.02 8, 3.10-12 1, 5.10-11 0.02 2, 3.10-11

0.02 m 1, 4.10-11 2, 2.10-11

SN-113 F 5, 4.10 0.02-10 7, 9.10-10 0.02 7, 3.10-10

0.02 m 2, 5.10-9 1-9, 9.10

SN-117 m (F) 0.02 2, 9.10-10 3, 9.10-10 0.02 7, 1.10-10

0.02 m 2, 3.10-9 2, 2.10-9

SN-119 F 0.02 2, 9.10-10 3, 10-3, 4.10 0.02-10

0.02 m 2, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9

SN-121 (F) 0.02 6, 4.10-11 1, 0.10-10 0.02 2, 3.10-10

0.02 m 2, 2.10-10 2, 8.10-10

SN-121m (F) 0.02 8, 0.10-10 9, 7.10-10 0.02 3, 8.10-10

0.02 m 4, 2.10-9 3, 3.10-9

SN-123 (F) 0.02 1, 2.10-9 1, 6.10-9 0.02 2, 1.10-9

0.02 m 7, 7.10-9 5, 6.10-9

SN-123m (F) 0.02 1, 4.10-11 2, 4.10-11 0.02 3, 8.10-11

0.02 m 2, 8.10-11 4, 4.10-11

SN-125 (F) 0.02 9, 2.10-10, 1-9, 3.10 0.02 3, 1.10-9

0.02 m 3, 0.10-9 2, 8.10-9

SN-126 (F) 0.02 1, 1.10-8 1-8, 4.10 0.02 4, 7.10-9

0.02 m 2, 7.10-8 1, 8.10-8

SN-127 (F) 0.02 6, 9.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.02 2, 0.10-10

0.02 m 1, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10

SN-128 (F) 0.02 5, 4.10, 5.10 9-11-11 0.02 1.5x10-10

0.02 m 9, 6.10-11 1, 5.10-10

antimony

SB-115 (F) 0.1 9, 2.10-1, 12-10-11 2 0.1, 4.10-11

M 0.01 1, 4.10-11 2, 3.10-11

SB-116 (F) 0.1 9, 9.10-12 1, 8.10-11 0.1 2, 6.10-11

M 0.01 1, 4.10-11 2, 3.10-11

SB-116 (F) 0.1 3, 5.10-6, 4.10-11 11 6, 7.10 0.1-11

M 0.01 5, 0.10-11 8, 5.10-11

SB-117 (F) 0.1 9, 3.10-12 1, 7.10-11 0.1 1, 8.10-11

M 0.01 1, 7.10, 7.10 2-11-11

SB-118 m (F) 0.1 1, 0.10-10 1, 2, 9.10-10 0.1, 1.10-10

M 0.01 1, 3.10, 3.10-10 2-10

SB-119 (F) 0.1 2, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11 8 0.1, 1.10-11

M 0.01, 7.10 3-11 5-11, 9.10

SB-120 (F) 0.1 5, 9.10-10 9, 8.10-10 0.1 1, 2.10-9

M 0.01 1, 0.10-9 1-9, 3.10

SB-120 (F) 0.1 4, 9.10-12 8, 5.10-12 0.1 1, 4.10-11

M 0.01 7, 4.10-12 1, 2.10-11

SB-122 (F) 0.1 3, 9.10-10 6, 3.10-10 0.1 1 7.10-9

M 0.01 1, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9

SB-124 (F) 0.1 1, 3.10-9 1-9, 9.10 0.1 2, 5.10-9

M 0.01 6, 1.10-9, 4-9-10

SB-124 m (F) 0.1 3, 0.10-12 5, 3.10-12 0.18, 0.10-12

M 0.01 5, 5.10-12 8, 3.10-12

SB-125 (F) 0.1 1, 4.10-1, 9-10-9 0.1 1, 1.10-9

M 0.01 4, 5.10-9 3, 3.10-9

SB-126 (F) 0.1 1, 1.10-9 1-9, 2-10, 4.10 0.1-9


M 0.01 2, 7.10-9 3, 2.10-9

SB-126 m (F) 0.1 1, 3.10-11 2, 3.10-11 0.1 3, 6.10-11

M 0.01 2, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

SB-127 (F) 0.1 4, 6.10-10 7, 4.10-10 0.1 1 7.10-9

M 0.01 1, 6.10-9 1, 7.10-9

SB-128 (F) 0.1 2, 5.10-10 4-10, 6.10, 6.10 0.1 7-10

M 0.01 4, 2.10-10, 6-10-10

SB-128 (F) 0.1 1, 1.10-11 1, 9.10-11 0.1 3, 3.10-11

M 0.01 1.5x10-11 2, 6.10-11

SB-129 (F) 0.1 1, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 0.1 4, 2.10-10

M 0.01 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10

SB-130 (F) 0.1 3, 5.10-11 6, 3.10-11 0.1 9, 1.10-11

M 0.01 5, 4.10-11 9, 1.10-11

SB-131 (F) 0.1, 7.10 3-11 5-11, 9.10 0.1 1, 0.10-10

M 0.01 5, 2.10-11 8, 3.10-11

tellurium

Te-116 F 0.3 6, 3.10-11 1, 2.10-10, 1-0.3-10 10

M 0.3 1, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

Te-121 F 0.3 2, 5.10, 9.10-10 3-4 10, 3.10 0.3-10

0.3 m 3, 9.10-10 4, 4.10-10

Te-F 0.3 121m 1, 8.10-9 2-9, 3.10, 3.10 0.3 2-9

M 0.3 4, 2.10-9 3, 6.10-9

Te-123 F 0.3 4, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-9 0.3 4, 4.10-9

0.3 m 2, 6.10-9 2, 8.10-9

Te-F 0.3 123m 9, 7.10, 2.10-10 1-1 9, 4.10 0.3-9

0.3 m 3, 9.10-3, 4.10 9-9

Te-125 m F 0.3 5, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-0.3 8, 10-10-10

0.3 m 3, 3.10-9 2, 9.10-9

Te-F 0.3 4 127, 2.10-7 11, 2.10-11 0.3 1 7.10-10

M 0.3 1, 2.10-10 1, 8.10-10

Te-F 0.3 127m 1, 6.10-9 2, 0.10-9 0.3 2, 3.10-9

M 0.3 7, 2.10-9 6, 2.10-9

Te-129 F 0.3 1 7.10-11 2, 9.10-11 0.3 6, 3.10-11

0.3 m 3, 8.10-11, 5-11-10

Te-F 0.3 129m 1, 3.10-9 1-9, 8.10 0.3 3, 0.10-9

M 0.3 6, 3.10-5, 4.10 9-9

Te-131 F 0.3 2, 3.10-11 4-11 8, 0.3 7.10-11

0.3 m 3, 8.10-11 6, 1.10-11

Te-131 F 0.3 8, 7.10, 2.10-10 1-1 9, 9.10 0.3-9

M 0.3 1, 1.10-9 1, 6.10-9

Te-132 (F) 0.3 1, 8.10-9 2, 4.10-0.3 3, 9-10-9

0.3 m 2, 2.10-9 3, 0.10-9

Te-133 F 0.3 2, 0.10-11 3, 8.10-11 0.3 7, 2.10-11

0.3 m 2, 7.10-11 4, 4.10-11

Te-133 m engine has F 0.3 8, 4.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.3 2, 8.10-10

M 0.3 1, 2.10-10 1, 9.10-10

Te-134 F 0.3 5, 0.10-11 8-11, 3.10 0.3 1, 1.10-10

M 0.3 7, 1.10-11 1, 1.10-10

iodine

I-120 F 1 1, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 4.10, 3-10

I-120 m F 1 8, 7.10-11 1-1 10, 4.10 2, 1.10-10

I-121 F 1 2, 8.10, 9.10, 11-3, 11-1, 8-11, 2.10

I-123 F 1 7, 6.10-11 1-1 10, 1.10 2, 1.10-10

I-124 F 1 4, 5.10-9 6-9, 3.10, 3.10 to 1 1-8

I-125 (F) 1 5-9 7, 3.10, 3.10-9 1 1, 5.10-8

I-126 F 1 1, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 2, 9.10-8

I-F 128 1 1, 4.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1 4, 6.10-11

I-129 F 1 3, 7.10-8 5, 1.10-8 1 1, 1.10-7

I-130 (F) 1 6, 9.10-10 9, 6.10-10 1 2, 0.10-9

I-131 F 1 7, 6.10-9 1, 1.10-8 1 2, 2.10-8

I-132 F 1 9, 6.10-11 2, 0.10-10 1, 2, 9.10-10

I-132m F 1 8, 1.10-11 1-1 10, 1.10, 2.10-10 2

I-133 (F) 1 1, 5.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1 4, 3.10-9

I-134 F 1 4, 8.10, 9.10, 11-7-11 1 1, 1.10-10

I-135 F 1 3, 3.10-10 4, 6.10-10 1 9, 3.10-10

cesium

CS-125 F 1 1-11 2, 3.10, 3.10-11 1 3, 5.10-11

CS-127 (F) 1 2, 2.10-11 4, 0.10-11 1 2, 4.10-11

CS-129 F 1 4, 5.10-11 8, 1.10-11 1 6, 0.10-11

CS-130 F 1 8, 4.10, 5.10-12 1-1 11 2, 8.10-11

CS-131 F 1 2, 8.10-11 4, 5.10-11 1 5, 8.10-11

CS-132 (F) 1 2, 4.10, 8.10-10 3-10 1-5, 0-10

CS-134 F 1 6, 8.10-9 9, 6.10-9 1-1 8, 9.10

CS-134 m (F) 1 1, 5.10-11 2, 6.10-11 1 2, 0.10-11

CS-135 F 1 7-10 9, 1.10, 9.10-10 1 2, 0.10-9

CS-135 m F 1 1, 3.10-11 2, 4.10-11 1 1, 9.10-11

CS-136 (F) 1 1, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10 3, 0.10-9

CS-137 (F) 1 4, 8.10-9 6, 7.10-9 1 1, 3.10-8

CS-138 F 1 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 4-11 1 9, 2.10-11

barium

BA-126 (F) 0.1 7 8.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.1 2, 6.10-10

BA-128 (F) 0.1 8, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-9 0.1 2, 7.10-9

BA-131 (F) 0.1 2, 3.10-10 3, 5.10-10 0.1 4, 5.10-10

BA-131 (F) 0.1 4, 1.10-6, 4.10, 12-12, 9.10 0.1 4-12

BA-133 (F) 0.1 1, 5.10-9 1, 8.10-9 0.1 1, 0.10-9

BA-133 m engine has (F) 0.1 1, 9.10-10 2, 8.10-10 0.1 5, 5.10-10

BA-135 m (F) 0.1 1, 5.10-10 2, 3.10-4, 5.10 10 0.1-10

BA-139 (F) 0.1 3, 5.10-11 5, 5.10-11 0.1 1, 2.10-10

BA-140 (F) 0.1 1, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9 0.1 2, 5.10-9

BA-141 (F) 0.1 2, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11 0.1 7, 0.10-11

BA-142 (F) 0.1 1, 6.10-11 2, 7.10-11 0.1 3, 5.10-11

Lantau

La-131 F 5, 0.10-4 1-2 11, 4.10, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-11

M 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-11 3, 6.10-11

La-132 (F) 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 1.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 3, 9.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 7.10, 8.10-10

La-135 F 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-2, 11-5, 11 0.10 0.10-4 3, 0.10-11

M 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-11 2, 5.10-11

La-137 (F) 5, 0.10-4 8, 6.10-9 1 8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 8, 1.10-11

M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-9 2-9, 3.10

La-138 F 5, 0.10-4 1-1 7, 5.10, 8.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9

M 5, 0.10-4 6, 1.10, 2.10-8 4-8

La-140 F 5, 0.10-4 6, 0.10, 0.10-10 1-5, 9-4 2 0.10, 0.10-9

M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 1.10, 5.10-9

La-141 F 5, 0.10-4 6, 7.10-11 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

La-142 F 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-11 1, 0.10-0.10-10 5 4 1, 8.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 9, 3.10-11 1, 5.10-10

La-143 F 5, 0.10-4 1-2 11, 2.10, 0.10-11 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-11

M 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-11 3, 3.10-11

cér

CE-134 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 3.10, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 3.10, 6.10-9

CE-135 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-10 7, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-10 7, 6.10-10

CE-137 M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 11 1, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-11 1, 9.10-11

CE-137m M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 10, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-10

With 5, 0.10-4 4-5 10, 3.10, 9.10-10

CE-139 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 0.10-5 4 2, 6.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

CE-141 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-2, 9-5, 9-10 0.10-4 7, 1.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 3-3 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

CE-5, 143 M 0.10-4 7-10 9, 4.10, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-10 1 0.10-9

CE-144 M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-8 2-5 8, 3.10, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 4-8-2, 9.10 9.10-8

prazeodym

PR-136 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 11, 4.10, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-11 2, 5.10-11

PR-137 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-3, 4.10-11 11 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-11

With 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11

PR-138 m M 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-11 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4, 3.10 1-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10, 11-1, 3.10-10

PR-139 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 11, 9.10, 11 5, 9.10-0.10-4 3, 1.10-11

With 5, 4 2, 0.10-0.10-11 3, 0.10-11

PR-142 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-10 7, 10-5, 0.10 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-10 7, 4.10-10

PR-142m M 5, 0.10-4 6, 7.10-12 8-12, 9.10 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-12 9, 4.10-12

PR-143 M 5, 0.10, 1.10-4 2-9 1-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 3.10, 2.10-9

PR-144 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10, 9.10, 11-2, 11-5, 0-4 5, 0.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-11 3, 0.10-11

PR-145 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 6.10, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 7.10, 6.10-10

PR-147 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10, 9.10, 11-2, 11-5, 0-4-3, 3.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-11 3, 0.10-11

neodymium

ND-136 M 5, 0.10-4 5-8 11, 3.10, 5.10-5, 11-4 9, 9.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-11 8, 9.10-11

ND-138 M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-10 3-5 10, 7.10, 0.10-6, 4.10 4-10

With 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-8.10-10 3, 10

ND-139 M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 11 1, 7.10-11 5, 0.10-4 2, 0.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

ND-139m M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 5.10 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 6.10, 5.10-10

ND-141 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-12 8-12 5, 5.10, 0.10-4 8, 3.10-12

With 5, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-12 8, 8.10-12

ND-147 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-9 1-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

ND-5, 149 M 0.10-4 8, 5.10-11 1, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 9, 0.10-11 1, 3.10-10

ND-151 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-11 2, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 0.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10, 9.10, 11-2-11

can buy better ships

PM-141 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-11 2, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-11 2, 5.10-11

PM-143 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 4.10-9 9-10 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10, 3.10-9 8-10

PM-144 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 7-9 5-5 9, 4.10, 0.10-4 9, 7.10-10

With 5, 0.10-0.10-4 7, 9 3, 9.10-9

PM-145 M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-9 2-9 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9

PM-146 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 9.10, 3.10-8, 5-4 9, 0.10 0.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-8 9, 0.10-9

PM-147 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 7.10-9 3-5 9, 5.10, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-9 3, 2.10-9

PM-148 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 1.10, 2.10-9

PM-148 m M 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-9 4-5 9, 1.10, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 5-9 4-9, 3.10

Pm-5, 149 M 0.10-4 6, 6.10, 6.10-10 7-10 5, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10 8, 2.10-10

PM-150 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 3.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 2, 6.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

PM-151 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-10 6, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 7, 3.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10 6, 4.10-10

Samarium

SM-141 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-2, 11-5, 11-10 0.10-4 3, 9.10-11

SM-141m M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-11 5-5 11, 6.10, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-11


SM-142 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 4.10-11 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10

SM-145 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 1-5 9, 1.10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-10

SM-146 M 5, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-6 6, 7.10-6 5, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-8

SM-147 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 9.10-6 6, 1.10-6 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-8

SM-151 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-9 2-9 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 9, 8.10-11

SM-153 M 5, 0.10-4 6-6 10, 1.10, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 7-10

SM-155 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-11 2, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-11

SM-156 M 5, 0.10-4 2-2 10, 1.10, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-10

europium

EU-145 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-10 7, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 7, 5.10-10

EU-146 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 2.10-10, 1-9, 2.10, 0.10-5 4 1 3.10-9

EU-147 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4, 4.10 4-10

EU-148 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-9 2, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9

EU-149 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-10 2, 3.10-5 10, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-10

EU-150 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 0.10-8, 4.10 3-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9

EU-150 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 9.10, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-10

EU-152 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-8 2-5 8, 7.10, 0.10-4, 4.10 1-9

EU-152 m M 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-10 3-5 10, 2.10, 0.10-4 5, 0.10-10

EU-154 M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 5, 8 3, 5.10-8 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-9

EU-155 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-9 4-5 9, 7.10, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-10

EU-156 M 5, 0.10-4 3-3 9, 3.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 2, 2.10-9

EU-157 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-10 4-5 10, 4.10, 0.10-0.10-4 6, 10

EU-158 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-11 7, 5.10-11 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-11

gadolinium

GD-145 F 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-2, 11-5, 11-4, 4.10-11

M 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-11 3, 5.10-11

GD-146 F 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-9 5-5 9, 2.10, 0.10-4 9, 6.10-10

M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 6, 9 4, 6.10-9

GD-147 F 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-10 4-5 10, 5.10, 0.10-4 6, 1.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 4-5 10, 1.10, 9.10-10

GD-148 F 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-5 3, 5 5, 0.10-0.10-4 5, 5.10-8

M 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-5 7, 2.10-6

GD-149 F 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-10 4-5 10, 5.10, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 7, 0.10-10 7, 9.10-10

GD-151 F 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 7-10 9, 3.10-5, 10-4 2 0.10, 0.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-10

GD-152 F 5, 0.10-4 1-2 5, 9.10, 2.10, 0.10-5 5-4 4, 1.10-8

M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 7-6 5, 0.10-6

GD-153 F 5, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 1.10, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 9.10, 4.10-9

GD-F 5, 159-4 1-1 10, 1.10, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-10 3, 9.10-10

terbium

TB-147 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10, 11-1, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 1-10

TB-5, 149 M 0.10-4, 3.10-9 3-5 9, 1.10, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-10

TB-150 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 10, 1.10, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-10

TB-5, 151 M 0.10-4 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-5 10, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-10

TB-153 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-2 10, 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-10

TB-154 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-10 6, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 6, 5.10-10

TB-155 M 5, 0.10-4 2-2 10, 1.10, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-10

TB-156 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 1-9 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9

TB-156m M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-2 10, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-10

TB-156m M 5, 0.10-4 9, 2.10-1, 3.10-11 10 5, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-11

TB-157 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9 7, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-11

TB-158 M 5, 0.10-4 4-8-3, 3.10, 0.10-8 5, 0-4 1, 1.10-9

TB-160 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10-9 5-5 9, 4.10, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-9

TB-5, 161 M 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 1-5 9, 2.10, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10

dysprozium

Dy-155 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 0.10-11 1, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10

Dy-157 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-11 5-5 11, 5.10, 0.10-4 6, 1.10-11

Dy-159 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-10 2, 5.10-5, 10-4, 1-10

Dy-165 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 1.10-8, 11-5, 11-10 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10

Dy-166 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 8.10, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-9

Holmium

Ho-155 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-11 3-5 11, 2.10, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-11

Ho-157 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-12 7-12 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-12

Ho-159 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10-12 1, 0.10-11 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-12

Ho-5, 161 M 0.10-4 6, 3.10-12 1, 0.10-0.10-11 5, 4 1 3.10-11

Ho-5, 162 M 0.10-4 2, 9.10-12 4, 5.10-12 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-12

Ho-162m M 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-11 3, 3.10-11 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-11

Ho-5, 164 M 0.10-4 8, 6.10-1, 3.10-12 11 5, 0.10-4 9, 5.10-12

Ho-164m M 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-1, 11-5, 11-4, 11-1

Ho-166 M 5, 0.10-4 6-10 8, 6.10, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4, 4.10 1-9

Ho-166m M 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-7 7, 8.10-8 5, 0-4 2, 0.10-9

Ho-167 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-11 1, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 8, 3.10-11

erbium

10r-161.5 M, 0.10-4 5-8 11, 1.10, 5.10-5, 11-8, 4 0.10 0.10-11

.-165 M 5 10r, 0.10-4 8, 3.10-12 1, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-11

10r-169.5 M, 0.10-4 9, 8.10-10 9, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 3, 7.10-10

10r-171.5 M, 0.10-4 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 3-5 10, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-10

10r-172.5 M, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 1.10, 2.10-9 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-9

tulium

TM-162 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-2, 11-5, 11-10 0.10-4 2, 9.10-11

TM-166 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 8.10, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 2-10

TM-167 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 1.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 5, 6.10-10

TM-170 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10-9 5-5 9, 2.10, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9

TM-171 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9 9, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10

TM-172 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9 1-9 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9

TM-173 M 5, 0.10-4 1-2 10, 8.10, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-10

TM-175 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-11 3-5 11, 1.10, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-11



ytterbium

Yb-162 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 4.10-11 2-5 11, 2.10, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 4.10-11 2, 3.10-11

Yb-166 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10 9, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 9, 5.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7-10 9, 6.10, 5.10-10

Yb-167 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-12 9, 0.10, 0.10-12 5-4 6, 7.10-12

With 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-12 9, 5.10-12

Yb-169 M 5, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 2-2 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

Yb-175 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10-6, 4.10-10 10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 0.10-0.10-10 7, 10

Yb-177 M 5, 0.10-6, 4.10 4-11 8, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 9, 7.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-11 9-11, 4.10

Yb-178 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-11 1, 0.10-0.10-10 5 4 1, 2.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-11 1, 1.10-10

lutetium

Lu-169 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-10 4-5 10, 7.10, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 4-10

Lu-170 M 5, 0.10-6, 4.10 4-10 9-10 5, 3.10, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 6, 7.10-10 9, 5.10-10

Lu-171 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-10 8-10 5, 8.10, 0.10-4 6, 7.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 8, 3.10, 3.10-10 9-10

Lu-172 M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 1-9 1-9 5-10, 1-4, 3.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 1, 8.10-9

Lu-173 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-9-1, 9-5, 5.10, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-4.10-9 1, 9

Lu-174 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-9 2-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 3, 9, 2, 9.10-5.10-9

Lu-174 m M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-9 2-9 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-9 2-9

Lu-176 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10, 6.10-8 4-5 8, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 5, 2.10, 0.10-8 3-8

Lu-176m M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 10, 1.10, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 1-10

Lu-177 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 5, 3.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 1.10, 1.10-9

Lu-900 m M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 2.10, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-8 1, 2.10-8

Lu-178 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-11 3-5 11, 9.10, 0.10-4 4, 7.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-11 4, 1.10-11

Lu-178m M 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-11 5-5 11, 4.10, 0.10-4 3, 8.10-11

With 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-11 5, 6.10-11

Lu-179 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 10, 1.10, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 1-10

hafnium

HF-170 (F) 0.002 1 7.10-10 2, 9.10-10 0.002 4, 8.10-10

0.002 m 3, 2.10-10, 3.10-4 10

HF-172 F 0.002 3, 2.10-8 3, 7.10-8 0.002 1, 0.10-9

0.002 m 1-1 8, 9.10, 3.10-8

HF-173 (F) 0.002 7, 9.10, 11-1, 3.10-10 0.002 2, 3.10-10

0.002 m 1, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10

HF-175 (F) 0.002 7, 2.10-10, 8-10-10 0.002 4, 1.10-10

0.002 m 1, 1.10-9 8, 8.10-10

HF-900 m (F) 0.002 4, 7.10-11 8, 4.10-11 0.002 8, 1.10-11

0.002 m 9, 2.10-11 1, 5.10-10

HF-178m (F) 0.002 2, 6.10-7 3, 1.10-7 0.002 4, 7.10-9

0.002 m 1, 1.10-7 7, 8.10-8

HF-179m (F) 0.002 1, 1.10-9 1-9, 4.10 0.002 1, 2.10-9

0.002 m 3, 6.10-9 3, 2.10-9

HF-180 m (F) 0.002 6, 4.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.002 1 7.10-10

0.002 m 1-10 2, 4.10, 0.10-10

HF-1, 181 F 0.002 4.10, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10 0.002-9

0.002 m 4, 7.10-9 4, 1.10-9

HF-182 (F) 0.002 3, 0.10-7 3, 6.10-7 0.002 3, 0.10-9

0.002 m 1, 2.10-7 8, 3.10-8

HF-182m (F) 0.002 2, 3.10-11 4, 0.10-11 0.002 4, 2.10-11

0.002 m 4, 7.10-11 7, 1.10-11

HF-183 (F) 0.002 2, 6.10-11 4, 4.10-11 0.002 7, 3.10-11

0.002 m 5, 8.10-11 8, 3.10-11

HF-184 (F) 0.002 1-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 0.002 5, 2.10-10

0.002 m 3, 3.10-10 4, 5.10-10

tantalum

Ta-172 M 0.001 3, 4.10, 5.10-11 5-11 0.001 5, 3.10-11

With 0.001 3, 6.10-11, 5-11-10

TA-1, 173 M 0.001 1.10-10 1, 6.10-10 0.001 1, 9.10-10

With 0.001 1, 2.10-10, 1-10

Ta-174 M 0.001 4, 2.10-11 6, 3.10-11 0.001 5, 7.10-11

With 0.001 4, 4.10-11 6-11

Ta-175 M 0.001 1, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10 0.001 2, 1.10-10

With 0.001 1, 4.10-10 2, 0.10-10

Ta-176 M 2 0.001, 0.10-10 3, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.001 3-10

With 0.001 2, 1.10-10 3, 3.10-10

Ta-177 M 0.001 9, 3.10-11 1, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.001 1-10

With 0.001 1, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-10

Ta-6, 178 M 0.001 6.10-11 1, 0.10-10 0.001 7 8.10-11

6, with 9.10-0.001 11 1, 1.10-10

Ta-179 M 0.001 2, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-0.001 6, 5.10 10-11

With 0.001 5, 2.10-10 2, 9.10-10

Ta-180 M 0.001 6, 0.10-9 4-9 8, 4.10 0.001-10

With 0.001 2-8, 4.10, 4.10 1-8

Ta-180 m M 0.001 4, 4.10, 8.10-11 5-11, 4.10 0.001 5-11

With 0.001 4, 7.10-11 6, 2.10-11


Ta-182 M 0.001 7, 2.10-9 5-9, 8.10 0.001 1.5x10-9

With 0.001 9, 7.10-9 7, 4.10-9

Ta-182m M 2, 1.10 0.001-11 3, 4.10-11 0.001 1, 2.10-11

With 0.001 2, 2.10-11 3, 6.10-11

Ta-183 M 0.001 1, 8.10-9 1, 8.10-1, 3.10 0.001 9-9

With 0.001 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 2-9

Ta-4, 184 M 0.001 1.10-10 6, 0.10-10 0.001, 8.10 6-10

With 0.001 4, 4.10-10 6, 3.10-10

Ta-4, 185 M 0.001 6.10-11 6, 8.10-11 0.001 6, 8.10-11

4, with 9.10 0.001-11, 7-11, 2.10

TA-1, 186 M 0.001 8.10-11 3, 0.10-11 0.001 3, 3.10-11

1, with 9.10 0.001-11 3, 1.10-11

Wolfram

W-176 F 0.3 4, 4.10-11 7, 6.10-11 0.31, 0.10-10

1 0.01, 1.10-10

W-177 F 0.3 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 4-5 11, 0.3 8.10-11

0.01 6, 1.10-11

W-178 F 0.3 7, 6.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.3 2, 2.10-10

0.01 2, 5.10-10

W-9, 179 F 0.3 9.10-13 1, 8.10-12 0.3 3, 3.10-12

0.01 3, 3.10-12

W-181 F 0.3 2, 8.10-11 4, 3.10-12 0.3 7, 6.10-11

0.01 8, 2.10-11

W-185 F 0.3 1, 4.10-10 2, 2.10-10 4, 4.10 0.3-10

0.01 5, 0.10-10

W-187 (F) 0.3 2, 0.10-10 3, 3.10-10 6, 3.10 0.3-10

0.01 7, 1.10-10

W-188 F 0.3 5, 9.10-10 8-10, 4.10 0.3 2, 1.10-9

0.01 2, 3.10-9

rhenium

Re-177 (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11 0.8 2, 2.10-11

0.8 m 1, 4.10-11 2, 2.10-11

Re-178 (F) 0.8 to 1, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11 0.8 2, 5.10-11

0.8 m 1, 5.10-11 2, 4.10-11

Re-181 F 0.8 to 1, 9.10-10 3, 10 4 0.10-0.8, 2.10-10

0.8 m 2, 5.10-10 3, 7.10-10

Re-182 (F) 0.8 6, 8.10-10 1, 1.10-1 0.8, 4.10 9-9

0.8 m 1, 3.10-1, 9-10-9

Re-182 (F) 0.8 1.5x10-10 2, 4.10-10 2, 7.10 0.8-10

0.8 m 2, 0.10, 0.10-10 3-10

Re-4, 184 F 0.8 6.10-10 7, 0.10-10 0.8 to 1, 0.10-9

0.8 m 1, 8.10-9 1, 8.10-9

Re-184m (F) 0.8 6-10 8, 1.10, 8.10-10 0.8 1.5x10-9

M 0.8 6, 1.10-9 4, 8.10-9

Re-186 (F) 0.8 5-10 7, 3.10, 3.10-10 0.8 1.5x10-9

0.8 m 1, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9

Re-186m (F) 0.8 8, 5.10-10 1, 2.10-9 0.8 2, 2.10-9

0.8 m 1, 1.10-8 7, 9.10-9

Re-187 (F) 0.8 to 1, 9.10-12 2, 6.10-12 0.8 5, 1.10-12

M 0.8 6, 0.10-12 4, 6.10-12

Re-188 (F) 0.8 4, 7.10-10 6, 6.10-10 0.8 to 1, 4.10-9

M 0.8 5, 5.10-10 7, 4.10-10

Re-188m (F) 0.8 to 1, 0.10-11 1, 6.10-11 0.8 3, 0.10-11

0.8 m 1, 4.10-11 2, 0.10-11

Re-189 F 2, 7.10 0.8-10 4, 3.10-10 7, 8.10 0.8-10

M-4, 3.10 0.8-10 6, 0.10-10

Osmium

OS-180 F 0.01 8, 8.10-12 1, 6.10-11 1 0.01, 7.10-11

M 0.01 1, 4.10-11 2, 4.10-11

With 0.01 1.5x10-11 2, 5.10-11

OS-181 F 0.01 3, 6.10-6, 4.10-11 11 8, 9.10 0.01-11

M 0.01 6, 3.10-11, 9-11

With 0.01 6, 6.10-11 1, 0.10-10

OS-182 F 1 0.01, 9.10-10 3, 2.10-10 0.01 5, 6.10-10

M 0.01, 7.10 3-5 10, 0.10-10

With 0.01 3, 9.10-10 5, 2.10-10

OS-185 F 1 0.01, 1.10-9 1-9, 4.10 0.01 5, 1.10-10

M 0.01 1, 2.10, 0.10-9 1-9

With 0.01 1.5x10-9 1, 1.10-9

OS-189m (F) 0.01 2, 7.10-12 5, 2.10-12 1 0.01, 8.10-11

M 0.01 5, 1.10-12 7-12

With 0.01 5, 4.10-12 7, 9.10-12

OS-191 F 2 0.01, 5.10-10 3, 5.10-10 0.01 5, 7.10-10

M 0.01 1.5x10-9 1-9, 3.10

With 0.01 1, 8.10-9 1, 5.10-9

OS-191m (F) 0.01 2, 6.10-11 4, 1.10-11 0.01 9, 6.10-11

M 0.01 1, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-10

With 0.01 1.5x10-10 1, 4.10-10

OS-193 F 1 0.01, 7.10-10 2, 8.10-10 8 0.01, 1.10-10

M 0.01 4, 7.10-10 6, 4.10-10

With 0.01 5, 1.10-10 6, 8.10-10

OS-194 F 1 0.01, 1.10-8 1, 3.10-8, 4.10 2 0.01-9

M 0.01 2, 0.10-8 1, 3.10-8

With 0.01 7, 9.10-8 4, 2.10-8



Iridium

IR-182 (F) 0.01 1.5x10-11 2, 6.10-11 0.01 4, 8.10-11

M 0.01 2, 4.10-11 3, 9.10-11

With 2 0.01, 5.10-11 4, 0.10-11

IR-184 (F) 0.01 6, 7.10-11 1, 2.10-10 1 0.01, 7.10-10

M 0.01 1, 1.10-10 1, 8.10-10

With 0.01 1, 2.10-10 1, 9.10-10

IR-185 F 0.01 8, 8.10-11 1, 5.10-10 0.01 2, 6.10-10

M 0.01 1, 8.10-10 2, 5.10-10

1, with 9.10 0.01-10 2, 6.10-10

IR-186 F 1 0.01, 8.10-10 3, 3.10-10 0.01 4, 9.10-10

M 0.01 3, 2.10-10 4, 8.10-10

With 0.01 3, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-10

The IR-2, 186 F 0.01 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11 0.01 6, 1.10-11

M 0.01 4, 3.10-11 6, 9.10-11

With 0.01 4, 5.10-11 7, 1.10-11

IR-187 (F) 0.01 4, 0.10-11 7, 2.10-11 0.01 1, 2.10-10

M 0.01 7, 5.10-11 1, 1.10-10

With 0.01 7, 9.10, 11-1, 2.10-10

IR-188 (F) 0.01 2, 6.10-10 4, 4.10-10 0.01 6, 3.10-10

M 0.01 4, 1.10-10 6, 0.10-10

With 0.01 4, 3.10-10 6, 2.10-10

IR-189 F 1 0.01, 1.10-10-10-10 1, 2, 4.10 0.01-10

M 0.01 4, 8.10, 1.10-10 4-10

With 0.01 5, 5.10-10 4-10

IR-190 (F) 0.01 7, 9.10-10 1, 2.10-9 0.01 1, 2.10-9

M 0.01 2, 0.10-9 2, 3.10-9

With 0.01 2, 3.10-9 2, 5.10-9

IR-190 m (F) 0.01 5, 3.10-11 9-10-11, 0.01 1, 2.10-10

M 0.01 8, 3.10-4.10-11 1, 10

With 0.01 8, 6.10-11 1, 4.10-10

IR-190 m (F) 0.01, 7.10 3-12 5, 6.10-12 8 0.01, 0.10-12

M 0.01 9, 0.10-12 1, 0.10-11

With 0.01 1, 0.10-11 1, 1.10-11

IR-192 F 1 0.01, 8.10-9 2, 2.10-1 0.01, 4.10 9-9

M 0.01 4, 9.10-9 4, 1.10-9

With 0.01 6, 2.10-9 4, 9.10-9

IR-192 m (F) 0.01 4, 8.10-9 5, 6.10-9 3 0.01, 1.10-10

M 0.01 5, 4.10, 4.10-9 3-9

With 0.01 3, 6.10-8 1, 9.10-8

IR-193m F 1 0.01, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10 0.01 2, 7.10-10

M 0.01 1, 0.10-9 9, 1.10-10

With 0.01 1, 2.10, 0.10-9 1-9

IR-194 F 0.01 2, 2.10-10 3, 6.10-10 1 0.01, 3.10-9

M 0.01 5, 3.10-10 7, 1.10-10

With 0.01 5, 6.10-10 7, 5.10-10

IR-194m (F) 0.01 5, 4.10, 5.10-9 6-9 2 0.01, 1.10-9

M 0.01 8, 5.10-9 6, 5.10-9

With 0.01 1, 2.10-8 8, 2.10-9

IR-195 F 0.01 2, 6.10-11 4, 5.10-11 1 0.01, 0.10-10

M 0.01 6, 7.10-11, 9-11

With 0.01 7, 2.10-1, 11-10

IR-195 m (F) 0.01 6, 5.10-11 1, 1.10-10 2 0.01, 1.10-10

M 0.01 1, 6.10-10 2, 3.10-10

With 0.01 1 7.10-10 2, 4.10-10

Platinum

PT-186 (F) 0.01 3, 6.10, 6.10-11 6-11 0.01 9, 3.10-11

PT-188 (F) 0.01 4-10 6, 3.10, 3.10-10 0.01 7, 6.10-10

PT-189 F 0.01 4, 1.10-11 7, 3.10-11 0.01 1, 2.10-10

PT-191 F 1 0.01, 1.10-10 1, 9.10-10 0.01 3, 4.10-10

PT-193 (F) 0.01 2, 1.10-2, 11-10-11 3 0.01, 1.10-11

PT-193m F 1 0.01, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 0.01 4, 5.10-10

PT-195 m F 1 0.01, 9.10-10 3, 1.10-10 0.01 6, 3.10-10

PT-197 (F) 0.01 9, 1.10-11 1, 6.10-10 0.01 4 0.10-10

PT-197m F 2 0.01, 5.10-11 4, 3.10-11 0.01 8, 4.10-11

PT-199 F 1 0.01, 3.10-11 2, 2.10-11 0.01 3, 9.10-11

PT-200 F 0.01 2, 4.10-10 4 0.10-10 0.01 1, 2.10-9

Gold

Au-193 (F) 0.1 3, 9.10-11 7, 1.10-11 0.1 1, 3.10-10

M 0.1 1, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10

With 0.1 1, 2.10-10, 1-10

Au-194 (F) 0.1 1, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10 0.1 4, 2.10-10

M 0.1, 2, 4.10-10 3, 7.10-10

With 0.1 2, 5.10-10 3, 8.10-10

Au-195 (F) 0.1 7, 1.10, 2.10-11 1-2 10, 5.10 0.1-10

M 0.1 1, 0.10-9 8, 0.10-10

With 0.1 1, 6.10-9 1, 2.10-9

Au-198 (F) 0.1 2, 3.10-10 3, 9.10-10 0.1 1, 0.10-9

M 0.1 7, 6.10-8.10-10 9, 10

With 8, 4.10 0.1-10 1, 1.10-9

Au-198m (F) 0.1 3, 4.10-10 5, 9.10-10 0.1 1, 3.10-9

M 0.1 1 7.10-9 2, 0.10-9

1, with 9.10 0.1-9 1-9, 9.10

Au-199 (F) 0.1 1, 1.10-10 1, 9.10-10 4, 4.10 0.1-10

M 0.1, 8.10 6-10 6, 8.10-10

With 0.1 7, 5.10.-6.10-10 7, 10

Au-200 (F) 0.1 1 7.10-11 3, 0.10-11 0.1 6, 8.10-11

M 0.1, 5.10 3-11 5-11, 3.10

With 0.1 3, 6.10, 6.10-11 5-11

Au-200 m (F) 0.1 3, 2.10-10 5, 7.10-10 0.1 1, 1.10-9

M 0.1 6, 9.10-10 9, 8.10-10

With 0.1 7, 3.10-10 1 0.10-9

Au-201 (F) 0.1 9, 2.10-12 1, 6.10-11 0.1 2, 4.10-11

M 0.1 1 7.10-11 2, 8.10-11

With 0.1 1, 8.10, 9.10, 11-2-11

Mercury

Hg-193 (F) 0.4 2, 6.10-11 4, 7.10-11 1 3, 1.10-11

0.4 6, 6.10-11

Hg-193 (F) 0.02 2, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-11 0.02 8, 2.10-11

0.02 m 7, 5.10-1, 11-10

Hg-193m F 1 0.4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1 1, 3.10-10

0.4 3, 0.10-10

Hg-F 193m 0.02 1, 2.10-10 2, 3.10-10 0.02 4 0.10-10

0.02 m 2, 6.10-8.10-10 3, 10

Hg-194 F 0.4 1.5x10-8 1-1 8, 9.10 5, 1.10-8

0.4 2, 1.10-8

Hg-194 F 0.02 1, 3.10-8 1, 5.10-8, 4.10 0.02 1-9

M 0.02 7 8.10-9 5-9, 3.10

Hg-195 F of 0.4 2, 4.10-11, 4.10 4-11 1-3, 4.10-11

0.4 7, 5.10-11

Hg-195 (F) 0.02 2, 7.10-11 4, 8.10-11 0.02 9, 7.10-11

0.02 m 7, 2.10-11 9, 2.10-11

Hg-195 m (F) 0.4-1, 3.10 10 2, 2.10-10 1 2, 2.10-10

0.4 4, 1.10-10

Hg-195 m (F) 0.02 1.5x10-10 2, 6.10-10 0.02 5, 6.10-10

0.02 m 5, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-10

Hg-197 F 0.4 5, 0.10-11 8, 5.10-11 1 9, 9.10-11


1-10 0.4-10

Hg-197 (F) 0.02 6, 0.10, 0.10-11 1-2 10, 3.10 0.02-10

0.02 m 2, 9.10-10 2, 8.10-10

Hg-197m F 1 0.4, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10 1.5x10-10

3, 4.10 0.4-10

Hg-F 197m 0.02 1, 2.10-10 2, 1.10-10 0.02 4, 7.10-10

0.02 m 5, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-10

Hg-F 199m 0.4 to 1, 6.10-11 2, 7.10-11 1 2, 8.10-11

0.4 3, 1.10-11

Hg-F 199m 0.02 1, 6.10-11 2, 7.10-11 0.02 3, 1.10-11

0.02 m 3, 3.10-11 5-11, 2.10

Hg-203 F 5-10 0.4,-10 7, 5.10-10 1 1, 9.10-9

0.4 to 1, 1.10-9

Hg-203 F 0.02 4, 7.10-10 5, 9.10-10 5, 4.10 0.02-10

0.02 m 2, 3.10-9 1-9, 9.10

talium

TL-194 F 1 4, 8.10, 9.10-12 8-12 18, 1.10-12

TL-194m F 1 2, 0.10-11 3, 6.10-11 1 4, 0.10-11

TL-195 F 1 1, 6.10-11 3, 0.10-11 1 2, 7.10-11

TL-197 F 1 1, 5.10-2, 11-10-11 1-2, 3.10-11

TL-198 F 1 6, 6.10-11 1, 2.10-10 1 7, 3.10-11

TL-198m F 1 4, 0.10-11 7, 3.10-11 1 5, 4.10-11

TL-199 F 1 2, 0.10-11, 3-11, 1-10, 2-11

TL-200 F 1 1-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1 2, 0.10-10

TL-201 F 1 4, 7.10-11 7, 6.10-11 1 9, 5.10-11

TL-202 F 1 2, 0.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1 4, 5.10-10

TL-204 (F) 1 4, 4.10-10 6, 2.10-10 1 1, 3.10-9

lead

PB-195 m (F) 0.2 1 7.10-11 3, 0.10-11 0.2 2, 9.10-11

PB-4, 198 F 0.2-10-11 8-10-11, 0.2 1, 0.10-10

PB-199 (F) 0.2 2, 6.10-11 4, 8.10-11 0.2 5, 4.10-11

PB-200 F 0.2 1, 5.10-10 2, 6.10-10 0.10-0.24, 10

PB-201 F 0.2 6, 5.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.2 1, 6.10-10

PB-202 (F) 0.2 1, 1.10-8, 4.10 1-8 8, 0.2-10-9

PB-202m (F) 0.2 6, 7.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.2 1, 3.10-10

PB-203 F 0.2 9, 1.10-11 1, 6.10-10 0.2 2, 4.10-10

PB-205 F 3, 4.10 0.2-10 4, 1.10-10 0.2 2, 8.10-10

PB-209 F 0.2 1, 8.10-11 3, 2.10-11 0.2 5, 7.10-11

Pb-210 F 0.2 8, 9.10,-7 1, 1.10-6 0.2 6, 8.10-7

PB-211 F 0.2 3, 9.10-9 5, 6.10-9 0.2 1, 8.10-10

PB-212 F 0.2 1, 9.10-8 3, 3.10-0.2 5, 9.10 8-9

PB-214 (F) 0.2 2, 9.10-9 4, 8.10-0.2 1, 4.10 9-10

Bismuth

The BI-200 F 0.05 2, 4.10-11 4, 2.10-11 0.05 5, 1.10-11

0.05 m 3, 4.10-11 5, 6.10-11

BI-201 F 0.05 4-11 8-10, 3.10-11 0.05 1, 2.10-10

0.05 m 7, 0.10-11 1, 1.10-10

BI-202 F 0.05 4-11 8, 6.10, 4.10-11 0.05 8, 9.10-11

0.05 m 5, 8.10-11 1, 0.10-10

BI-2, 203 F 0.05 0.10-10 3, 10-4, 8.10 0.05-10

0.05 m 2, 8.10-10 4, 5.10-10

BI-205 F 0.05 4 0.10-10 6, 8.10-10 0.05 9, 0.10-10

0.05 m 9, 2.10-10 1 0.10-9

BI-206 F 0.05 7, 9.10-10 1-9, 3.10 0.05 1, 9.10-9

0.05 m 1, 7.10-9 2, 1.10-9

BI-207 F 0.05 5, 2.10-10 8-10, 4.10 0.05 1, 3.10-9

0.05 m 5, 2.10-9 3, 2.10-9

BI-210 F 0.05 1, 1.10-9 1-9, 4.10 0.05 1, 3.10-9

0.05 m 8, 4.10-8 6, 0.10-8

BI-210 m (F) 0.05 4, 5.10-8 5, 3.10-8 0.05 1.5x10-8

0.05 m 3, 1.10-6 2, 1.10-6

BI-212 F 0.05 9, 3.10-9 1, 5.10-8 0.05 2, 6.10-10

0.05 m 3, 0.10-8 3, 9.10-8

BI-213 F 0.05 1, 1.10-8 1, 8.10-8 0.05 2, 0.10-10

0.05 m 2, 9.10-8 4, 1.10-8

BI-214 F 0.05 7, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-8 0.05 1, 1.10-10

0.05 m 1-8, 4.10 2, 1.10-8

Polonium

After-203 (F) 0.1 2, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-0.1 5 11, 2.10-11

M 0.1 3, 6.10-11 6, 1.10-11

After-205 (F) 0.1 3, 5.10-11 6, 0.10-11 0.1 5, 9.10-11

M 0.1 6, 4.10-11 8, 9.10-11

After-207 (F) 0.1 6, 3.10-11 1, 2.10-10 0.1 1, 4.10-10

M 0.1 8, 4.10-11 1, 5.10-10

After-210 (F) 0.1 6, 0.10-7 7, 1.10-7 2, 4.10 0.1-7

M 0.1, 3 0.10-6 2, 2.10-6

astatine

At-207 F 1 3, 5.10-10 4, 4.10-10 1 2, 3.10-10

M 1 2, 1.10-9 1-9, 9.10

At-211 F 1 1, 6.10-8 2, 7.10-8 1 1, 1.10-8

9 m 1, 8.10-8 1, 1.10-7

francium

FR-222 F 1 1-8, 4.10 2, 1.10-8 1 7, 1.10-10

FR-223 F 1 9, 1.10-10 1-1 9, 3.10, 3.10-2 9

Radium

RA-223 M 0.2 6, 9.10-6 5, 7.10-6 0.2 1, 0.10-7

RA-224 M 0.2 2, 9.10-6 2-6, 4.10, 5.10 0.2 6-8

RA-225 M 0.2 5, 8.10-6 4, 8.10-0.2 6 9, 5.10-8

RA-226 M 0.2 3, 2.10-6 2, 2.10-6 0.2 2, 8.10-7

RA-227 M 0.2 2, 8.10-10 2, 1.10-10 0.2 8, 4.10-11

RA-228 M 0.2 2, 6.10-6 1, 7.10-0.2 6 6, 7.10-7

Actinium

AC-224 F 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 1, 3.10-5, 8-4 7, 0.10 0.10-10

M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 7 8, 9.10-8

With 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-7 9, 9.10-8

The AC-225 F 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-7 1-6 5, 0.10 0.10-4, 4.10 2-8

M 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-6 5, 7.10-6

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-6 6, 5.10-6

AC-226 F 5, 0.10-4 9, 5.10-8 2, 2.10-7 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 8

M 5, 0.10-4 1-6 9, 1.10, 2.10-7

With 5, 0.10-4 1-6 1, 2.10, 0.10-6

AC-227 F 5, 0.10-5, 4.10 4-4 6, 3.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-6

M 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-4 1, 5.10-4

With 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10-5 4, 7.10-5

AC-228 F 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-8 2-5 8, 9.10, 0.10-4, 3.10-10

M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 6.10, 2.10-8

With 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 4.10, 2.10-8

thorium

Th-226 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-8 7-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-10

With 2, 4, 5, 0.10-9.10-8.10-8 7, 8 2, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-10

Th-227 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 7-6 6-6 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 8, 9.10-9

With 2, 0.10-4 9, 6.10, 6.10-6 7-6 2-4 8, 0.10, 4.10-9

Th-228 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-5 2, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 0.10-8

With 2, 3, 4 0.10-9.10-5 3-5 2, 2.10, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-8

Th-229 M 5, 0.10-9, 4-5 6, 9.10 9.10-5 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-7

With 2-4 6, 0.10 to 5.10-5 4, 8.10-5 2-4 2, 0.10, 0.10-7

Th-230 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2-4 4, 8.10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-7

With 2, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-5 7-6 2, 2.10, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-8

Th-231 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-10 3-5 10, 7.10, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-10

With 2, 3, 4 0.10-2.10-10 4 0.10-10 2, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-10

Th-232 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-5 2, 9.10-5 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-7

With 2-4 2, 0.10, 3.10-5 1-2 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 9, 2.10-8

Th-234 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10, 3.10-9 5-5 9, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-9

With 2, 4, 7, 0.10-3.10-9 5-9 2, 8.10, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-9

PA

PA-227 M 5, 0.10-4 7-8 9, 0.10, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7-8 9, 6.10, 7.10-8

PA-228 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-8 4-5 8, 6.10, 0.10-4, 8.10 7-10

With 5, 0.10-4 6-8-5, 9.10, 1.10-8

PA-230 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10, 6.10-7 4-7, 5-4, 9, 2.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-7 5, 7.10-7

PA-231 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-4 8, 9.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-7

With 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-5 1, 7.10-5

PA-232 M 5, 0.10-4 9, 5.10-9 6-9 5, 8.10, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 3-9-2, 2.10, 0.10-9

PA-233 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-9 2, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-10

With 5, 0.10-4 3-3 9, 7.10, 2.10-9

PA-234 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-10 5-5 10, 5.10, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-10

With 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 10, 8.10-10

Uranus

U-230 (F) 0.02 3, 6.10-7 4, 2.10-7 0.02 5, 5.10-8

0.02 m 1, 2.10-5 1, 0.10-5 0.002 2, 8.10-8

With 0.002 1, 5.10-5 1, 2.10-5

U-231 (F) 0.02 8, 3.10-4.10-11 1, 10 2, 8.10 0.02-10

0.02 m 3, 4.10-10 3, 7.10-10 0.002 2, 8.10-10

With 0.002, 7.10 3-10 4 0.10-10

U-232 (F) 0.02 4, 0.10-6 4, 7.10-6 0.02 3, 3.10-7

0.02 m 7, 2.10-6 4, 8.10-6 0.002, 7.10 3-8

With 0.002 3, 5.10-5 2, 6.10-5

U-233 (F) 0.02 5, 7.10-7 6, 6.10-7 0.02 5, 0.10-8

0.02 m 3, 2.10-6 2, 2.10-6 0.002 8, 5.10-9

With 0.002 8, 7.10-6 6, 9.10-6

U-234 (F) 0.02 5, 5.10-6, 4.10 7-7, 9.10 0.02 4-8

0.02 m 3, 1.10-6 2, 1.10-6 0.002 8, 3.10-9

With 0.002 8, 5.10-6 6, 8.10-6

U-235 (F) 0.02 5, 1.10-7 6, 7 4 0.10-0.02, 6.10-8

0.02 m 2, 8.10-6 1, 8.10-6 0.002 8, 3.10-9

With 0.002 7, 7.10-6 6, 1.10-6

U-236 (F) 0.02 5, 2.10-7 6, 1.10-7 0.02 4, 6.10-8

0.02 m 2, 9.10-6 1, 9.10-6 7, 9.10 0.002-9

7, with 9.10 0.002-6 6, 3.10-6

U-237 (F) 0.02 1, 9.10-10 3, 3.10-10 0.02 7, 6.10-10

0.02 m 1, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 0.002 7, 7.10-10

With 0.002 1, 8.10-1, 9-10-9

U-238 (F) 0.02 4-5 7, 9.10, 8.10-7 0.02 4, 4.10-8

0.02 m 2, 6.10, 6.10-6 1-6 7, 0.002 6.10-9

With 0.002 7, 3.10-6 5, 7.10-6

U-239 (F) 0.02 1, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11 0.02 2, 7.10-11

0.02 m 2, 3.10-11 3, 3.10-11 0.002 2, 8.10-11

With 0.002 2, 4.10, 5.10 3-11-11

U-240 (F) 0.02 2, 1.10-10 3, 7.10-10 0.02 1, 1.10-9

0.02 m 5, 3.10-10 7, 9.10-10 0.002 1, 1.10-9

With 0.002 5, 7.10-10 8, 4.10-10

neptunium

NP-232 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 7.10-11 3, 5.10-5, 11-4, 9-10-12

NP-233 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-12 2,964-12 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-12

NP-234 M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-10 7-10 5, 3.10, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-10

NP-235 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-10 2-10-10, 5-4, 5-11, 3.10

NP-236 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 0.10, 0.10-6 2-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-8

NP-236 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 0.10-9 3-5 9, 6.10, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10

NP-237 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-5 1-5 5, 5.10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-7

NP-238 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-9 1-9 5-10, 0-4 9, 1.10-10

NP-239 M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 9, 10 1, 1.10-5, 9-4 8, 0.10 0.10-10

NP-240 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-11 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 8, 2.10-11

plutonium

Pu-234 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 9.10, 6.10-8 5, 0-4 1-10

With 1, 0.10-5 2, 2.10-8 1-1 8, 8.10, 0.10-5 1, 5.10-10

1, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-10

Pu-235 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-12 2-5 12, 5.10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-12

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 6.10, 6.10-12 2-12 1-5, 2-12, 1.10


1, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-12

Pu-236 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-5 1-5 5, 3.10, 0.10-4 8, 6.10-8

With 1, 0.10-5 9, 6.10-6, 4.10 7-6 1, 0.10-5 6, 3.10-9

1, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-8

Pu-237 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-10 2, 9.10-10 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-10

With 1, 0.10-5 3-3 10, 6.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 1-1 5, 0.10-10

1-4 1, 0.10 0.10-10

Pu-238 M 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-5 3, 5 5, 0.10-0.10-4 2, 3.10-7

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 5.10-5 1-1 5, 1.10, 0.10-5 8, 8.10-9

1, 4, 9.10-8

Pu-239 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 7.10, 2.10-5 3-5 5, 0-4 2, 5.10-7

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 5.10-5 8, 3.10-6 1-5 9, 0.10 0.10-9

1, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-8

Pu-240 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 7.10, 2.10-5 3-5 5, 0-4 2, 5.10-7

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 5.10-5 8, 3.10-6 1-5 9, 0.10 0.10-9

1, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-8

Pu-241 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-7 5, 8.10-7 5, 0.10-4 4, 7.10-9

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 6.10-7 8-8, 4.10 1, 0.10-5 1, 1.10-10

1, 0.10-4 9, 6.10-10

Pu-242 M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-5 3-5 5, 1.10, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-7

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 4.10-5 7, 7.10-6 1, 0.10-5 8, 6.10-9

1-4 5, 0.10 0.10-8

Pu-243 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 2.10-11 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-11

With 1, 0.10-5 8, 5.10-11 1-1 10, 1.10, 0.10-5 8, 5.10-11

1, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-11

Pu-244 M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-5 3-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-7

With 1, 0.10-5 1, 3.10-5 7, 4.10-6 1, 0.10-5 1, 1.10-8

1, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-8

Pu-245 M 5, 0.10-4 4-6 10, 5.10, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10

With 1, 0.10-5 4, 8.10-10 6, 5.10-1 10, 0.10-5 7, 2.10-10

1, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10

Pu-246 M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 7, 9 6, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-9

With 1, 0.10-5 7, 6.10-9 7, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-5 3, 3.10-9

1, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-9

americium

Am-237 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-11 3, 6.10-11 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-11

Am-238 M 5, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-6, 11-5, 11-4 3, 2.10-11

Am-239 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-10 2, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-10

Am-240 M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-10 5-5 10, 9.10, 0.10-4, 8.10 5-10

Am-241 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-5 2, 7.10-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-7

Am-242 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 6.10, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 3, 0.10-10

Am-242 m M 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-5 2, 4.10-5 5, 0-1 4, 9.10-7

Am-243 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-5 2, 7.10-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-7

Am-244 M 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-10

Am-244m M 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10, 11-6, 11-5, 2.10-0.10-4 2, 9.10-11

Am-245 M 5, 0.10-4 5-7 11, 3.10, 6.10-11 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-11

Am-246 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 6-11 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 5, 8.10-11

Am-246m M 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-11 3, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-11

curium

Cm-238 M 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-9 4-5 9, 8.10, 0.10-4 8, 0.10-11

Cm-240 M 5, 0.10-4 2-6 2, 9.10, 3.10-6 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-9

Cm-241 M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-8 2-5 8, 6.10, 0.10-4 9, 1.10-10

Cm-242 M 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-6 3-6 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-8

The CM-5, 243 M 0.10-4 2-2 5, 9.10, 0.10, 0.10-5 5-4 1, 5.10-7

Cm-244 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-5 1-5 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-7

Cm-245 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2-5 5-10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-7

Cm-246 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2-5 5-10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-7

Cm-247 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-5 2, 5.10-5 5, 0-1 4, 9.10-7

Cm-248 M 5, 0.10-4 1-4 9, 4.10, 5.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 7.10-7

Cm-249 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-11 5-5 11, 1.10, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-11

Cm-250 M 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-4, 4.10, 5-4 5, 0.10-4 4, 4.10-6

Berkelium

BK-245 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-9 1-5 9, 8.10, 0.10-4 5, 7.10-10

BK-246 M 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-10 4-5 10, 0.10-4, 8.10-10

BK-247 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-5 4, 5.10-5 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-7

BK-249 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-7 1,-0.10, 0.10-7 5 4 9, 7.10-10

BK-250 M 5, 0.10-4 9, 6.10-10 7, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 1-10

californium

CF-244 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-8 1, 8.10-8 5, 0.10-4 7, 0.10-11

The CF-5, 246 M 0.10-4 4, 2.10-7 3-5 7, 5.10, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-9

The CF-5, 248 M 0.10-4 8, 2.10-6 6, 1.10-6 5, 0.10-4 2, 8.10-8

CF-249 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10-5 4, 5.10-5 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-7

CF-250 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-5 2, 2.10-5 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-7

CF-251 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 7.10-5 4, 5 5, 6.10-0.10-4 3, 6.10-7

Cf-252 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-5 1-5 5, 3.10, 0.10-4 9, 0.10-8

CF-253 M 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-6 1-6 5, 0.10, 0.10-4, 4.10 1-9

The CF-5, 254 M 0.10-4 3, 7.10-5 2, 2.10-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-7

Einsteinium

EC-250 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-10 4-5 10, 2.10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-11

EC-251 M 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-9 1-9 5-10, 0-4 1-10-10

EC-253 M 5, 0.10-4 2-2 6, 5.10, 1.10-6 5, 0.10-4 6, 1.10-9

ES-254 M 5, 0.10-4, 8-6 6 0.10, 0.10-6 5, 0.10-4 2, 8.10-8

EC-254m M 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-7 3-5 7, 7.10, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-9

fermium

FM-252 M 5, 0.10-0.10-4 3, 7 2, 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-9

FM-253 M 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-7 3-5 7, 0.10 0.10-4 9, 1.10-10

FM-254 M 5, 0.10-4 5-8 7, 6.10, 7.10-8 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-10

FM-255 M 5, 0.10-4 2-2 7, 5.10, 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-9

FM-257 M 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10-6 5-6 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-8

mendelevium

MD-257 M 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-8 2-5 8, 0.10, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10

MD-258 M 5, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-6 4, 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-8



Table No. 5



Conversion factors for the conversion of the intake of radionuclides hing ingestion on

time effective dose for members of the public.



Conversion factors hing to receive the ingestion are listed depending on the

the type of absorption in the digestive tract. The parameters for each

chemicals and compounds are listed in table 2 of this annex.



Conversion factors are listed for the age group under 1 year, 1 to 2

years 2 to 7 years, 7-12 years, 12 to 17 years of age and older for 17 years, which is the

conversion factor for those adults.

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element of the age 1 year f1 < hing [Sv/Bq]

Nuclide

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F1 hing > 1 year 1-2 2-7 7-12 12-17 > 17

(adult)

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hydrogen

H-3 (water) 1.000 6, 4.10-11 1.000 4, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 8.10-11

H-3 1.000 1, 2.10-10 1.000 1, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-5, 11-4, 11-10 2.10-11, 4-11, 2.10

(organically-bound tritium)

beryllium

Be-7 0.020 1, 8.10-1, 3.10 0.005 10-10, 7-11 5-10, 11-3, 3.10 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

The be-10 0.020 1-8, 4.10 0.005 8, 0.10-9 4, 1.10-9 2, 4.10, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9

carbon

C-11-2, 1.000 10 1.000 1, 5.10-10 7, 3.10-4, 3.10-11 11 3, 0.10-11 2, 4.10-11

C-2 1.000 1, 4.10-9 1.000 1, 6.10-9 9-10 9, 9.10, 0.10-10 5-5 10, 7.10, 8.10-10

fluorine

F-18 1.000 5, 2.10-10, 1.000 3, 0.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 1.10-11 6-11, 2.10 4, 9.10-11

sodium

On-22 1.000 2, 1.10-8 1.000 1.5x10-8 8, 4.10, 5.10-9 5-9 3-3 9, 7.10, 2.10-9

On-24-3, 1.000 5.10 9 1.000 2, 3.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 7.10, 2.10-10 5-10 4-10, 3.10

magnesium

Mg-28 1.000 1, 2.10-8, 4.10 0.500 1-8 7-9 4, 4.10, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 2.10-9

aluminum

Al-26 0.020 3, 4.10-8 0.010 2, 1.10-8 1, 1.10-8 7, 1.10-9 4-9-3, 3.10, 5.10-9

Silicon

SI-31 0.020 1, 9.10-9 0.010 1, 0.10-9 5, 1.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 6.10-10

SI-32 0.020 7, 3.10-9 0.010 4, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-10

phosphorus

P-32 1.000 3, 1.10-8, 9.10 0.800 1-8, 4.10 9-9 5-9-3, 3.10, 1.10-9 2, 4.10-9

P-33 1.000 2, 7.10-9 0.800 1, 8.10-9 9, 1.10-10 5, 3.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 4.10-10

sulphur

S-35-1, 3.10 0.800 9 0.800 8, 7.10-4, 4.10-10 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

S-35 1.000 7, 7.10-1.000 5, 4.10 9-2, 9-10-9, 9-1 9-10 7, 5.10, 7.10-10

chlorine-free

CL-36 1.000 9, 8.10-9 1.000 6, 3.10-9, 2.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 3.10-10

CL-38 1.000 1, 4.10-9 1.000 7, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

CL-1.000 9, 39-10-10 1.000 5, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8, 5.10-11

potassium

K-40 1.000 6, 2.10-8 1.000 4, 2.10-8 2, 1.10-8 1, 3.10-8 7, 6.10-9 6, 2.10-9

K-42 1.000 5, 1.10-9 1.000 3, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 6.10-10 5, 4.10-4, 3.10 10-10

K-2, 3.10 43 1.000-1.000 1, 4.10 9-7, 9-4, 10-10-10 3-10, 2-10, 5.10.

K-1 1.000 44, 0.10-9 1.000 5, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8, 4.10-11

K-45 6, 2.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 5.10-1, 10-10-10 9-11, 9.10, 8.10 6-11 5-11, 4.10

calcium

CA-41 0.600 1, 2.10-9 0.300 5, 2.10-10 3, 9.10-10 4-5 10, 8.10, 0.10-10 1, 9.10-10

CA-45 0.600 1, 1.10-8, 9.10 0.300 4-9 2-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 3.10-9 7, 1.10-10

CA-47 0.600 1, 3.10-8 0.300 9, 3.10-9 4-9 3, 9.10, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 6.10-9

scandium

SC-0.001 43 1, 8.10-9 1, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 6, 1.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 3.10, 9.10-10

SC-44 0.001 3, 5.10-9 1, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 1.10-10 4, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10

SC-44 m 2, 4.10 0.001-8 1, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-8 8-9 5, 3.10, 1.10-9 3, 1.10-9 2, 4.10-9

SC-46 1 0.001, 1.10-8 1-4 7, 0.10 to 9.10-4, 4.10 9-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

SC-47 0.001 6, 1.10-9 1-4 3, 0.10 to 9.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 6, 8.10-10 5, 4.10-10

SC-48 0.001 1, 3.10-8 1-4 9, 0.10, 3.10-9 5, 1.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

SC-1 0.001 49, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-4 5, 7.10-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 8, 2.10-11

Titan

TI-44 0.020 5, 5.10-8 0.010 3, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 1.10-8 6-9 5, 9.10, 8.10-9

TI-0.020 45 1, 6.10-9 9, 0.010 8.10-10 5, 0.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 5.10-10

vanadium

V-47 0.020 7, 3.10-10 0.010 4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 6-11, 3.10


V-48 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 1, 1.10-8 5, 9.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 0.10-9

In-49 0.020 2, 2.10-10, 4.10-0.010 1 10 6 11 4, 9.10-0.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 8.10-11

chrome

CR-48 0.200, 4.10-1 9 9 0.100, 9.10-10 5, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

0.020 1, 4.10-9 0.010 9, 9.10-10 5, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

CR-49 0.200, 8.10 6-10 0.100 3, 9.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 1.10-10 7-10-11, 6-11, 1.10

0.020 6-10, 8.10, 9.10 0.010 3-10 2-10, 1-10 7, 1.10, 7.11-11 6, 1.10-11

CR-51 0.200 3, 5.10-10 0.100 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 8.10-11 4, 8.10-11 3, 8.10-11

0.020 3, 3.10-10 0.010 2, 2.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 5.10 7-11 4-11 3, 6.10, 7.10-11

manganese

MN-1 51 0.200, 1.10-9 0.100 6, 1.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10 9, 3.10-11

MN-52 0.200 1, 2.10-8 0.100, 8.10-8 9 5, 1.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 8.10-9

MN-52 0.200, 8.10 7-10 0.100 4, 4.10-10 2, 2.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 8.10, 9.10, 11-6-11

MN-53 4 0.200, 1.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-11 3-3 11, 7.10, 0.10-11

MN-54 0.200, 4.10, 5-9, 1.10 0.100 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 8-10-10, 7-10, 1.10

MN-56 0.200 2, 7.10-9 0.100 1 7.10-9 8, 5.10-10 5, 1.10, 2.10-10 3-10 2-10, 5.10.

iron

Fe-52 0.600 1, 3.10-8 0.100 9, 1.10-9 4, 6.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

Fe-0.600 7 55, 6.10-9 0.100, 4.10 2-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 7-10-10, 3-10, 3.10

Fe-59 0.600 3, 9.10-8 0.100 1, 3.10-8 7, 5.10-9 4-9 3-10, 1.10-9 1, 8.10-9

Fe-60 0.600 7, 9.10-7 0.100 2, 7.10, 7.10-7 2-2 7, 5.10-7 2, 3.10, 1.10-7 1-7

cobalt

Co-55 0.600 6, 0.10-9 0.100 5, 5.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10, 0.10-9

Co-56 0.600 2, 5.10-8 0.100 1.5x10-8 8, 8.10-9 5-9, 8.10 3, 8.10-9 2, 5.10-9

Co-57 0.600 2, 9.10-9 0.100 1, 6.10-9 8, 9.10-10 5, 8.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10, 1.10

Co-58 0.600 7, 3.10-4, 4.10 0.100 9-2, 9-1, 9-10-9, 1-9, 1.10, 4.10 7-10

Co-58 m 2, 0.600 0.10-10 0.100 1.5x10-10 7, 8.10-11 4, 7.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 4.10-11

Co-60 0.600 5-8, 4.10 0.100 2, 7.10, 7.10-8 1-1 8, 1.10-8 7, 9.10-3, 4.10 9-9

Co-60 m 2, 2.10 0.600-0.100 1, 2.10 11-5, 11-10-12 3, 2.10-12 2, 2.10-1, 12-12-10

Co-61 0.600 8, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.100 5-10 2-10-1, 5.10, 4.10-10 9, 2.10-7 11, 4.10-11

Co-62 m 0.600 5, 3.10-10 0.100 3, 0.10-10 1, 5.10-10 8-10-11, 6-11, 4-10-11

nickel

NI-56 0.100 5, 3.10-9 0.050 4 0.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 1.10-9 8, 6.10-10

NI-57 0.100 6-9, 8.10, 9.10 0.050 4-9 2-10-9, 1-10-9 1-9 8, 1.10, 7.11-10

NI-6, 4.10 0.100 59-10 0.050 3, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 1.10-10 7, 3.10, 3.10-11 6-11

NI-63 0.100 1, 6.10-9 0.050 8, 4.10-10 4, 6.10-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 5.10-10

NI-65 0.100 2, 1.10-9, 3.10 0.050 1-9 6-10 3, 3.10, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1, 8.10-10

NI-0.100 66 3, 3.10-8 0.050 2, 2.10-8 1, 1.10-8 6, 6.10-9 3-3 9, 7.10, 0.10-9

copper

CU-60 1.000 7, 0.10-10 0.500 4, 2.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8-11 7, 9.10, 0.10-11

CU-61 1.000 7, 1.10-10 0.500 7, 5.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

CU-1.000 5 64, 2.10-10, 3.10 0.500 8-10 4-10 2, 2.10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

CU-67 1.000 2, 1.10-9 0.500 2, 4.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 2.10-10 4, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10

zinc

Zn-62 1.000 4, 2.10-9 0.500 6, 5.10-9 3-9-2, 3.10, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 9, 4.10-10

Zn-63 1.000 8, 7.10-10 0.500 5, 2.10-10, 2-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 7, 9.10-11

Zn-65 1.000 3-8, 6.10, 6.10 0.500 1-8 9-10-9, 6-9 4, 4.10, 5.10-9 3, 9.10-9

Zn-69 1.000 3, 5.10-10 0.500 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 0.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 1.10-11

Zn-69m 1.000 1-9, 3.10, 3.10 0.500 2-9 1-9, 2.10, 0.10-10 7 4, 1.10-10 3, 3.10-10

Zn-71 m 1.000 1, 4.10-9 0.500 1, 5.10-9 7-10-4, 8.10, 8.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

Zn-72 1.000 8-10-9 0.500 8, 6.10-9 4, 5.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

galium

GA-4, 3.10 0.010 65-10 0.001 2, 4.10-1, 2.10 10-10 6-11, 4, 9.10, 7.10, 7.10 3-11-11

GA-66 0.010 1, 2.10-8 0.001 7, 9.10-9 4, 0.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

GA-67 0.010 1, 8.10-9 0.001 1, 2.10-6, 4.10 9-10 4 0.10-10 2, 4.10-1 10, 9.10-10

GA-68 0.010 1, 2.10-9 0.001 6, 7.10-10 3, 4.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

GA-70 0.010 3, 9.10-10 0.001 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-5, 9.10-10 11 4, 0.10-11 3, 1.10-11

GA-72 0.010 1, 0.10-8 0.001 6, 8.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

GA-73 0.010 3, 0.10-9 1 0.001, 9.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 6.10-10

germanium

GE-66 1.000 8-10, 3.10, 3.10-1.000 5 10 2, 9.10-10 1 9.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

GE-7.10 1.000 7, 67-10 1.000 4, 2.10-10, 1.10-2 10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 2.10 6, 5.10-11

GE-68 1.000 1, 2.10-8 8, 1.000 0.10-9 4, 2.10-9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

GE-69 1.000 2, 0.10-9 1.000 1, 3.10-9 7, 1.10-10 4-10 3, 6.10, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

GE-71 1.000 1, 2.10-10, 1.000 7 8.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2, 4.10, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-11

GE-75 5, 5.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10 8-11 5-10, 11-4, 9.10-6.10-11

GE-77 1.000 3, 0.10-9 1.000 1, 8.10, 9.10-9 9-10 6, 2.10-10, 1.10-4 10 3, 3.10-10

GE-78 1.000 1, 2.10-9 1.000 7, 0.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

arsenic

As-69 1.000 6, 6.10-10 3 0.500, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11, 5-11-10

As-70 1.000 1, 2.10 7 0.500-9, 10-4, 8.10-1.10-10 2, 5.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 3.10-10

As-71 1.000 2, 8.10-9 0.500 2, 8.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 3.10-5, 10-4, 10-10-10

As-72 1.000 1, 1.10-8 0.500 1, 2.10-8 6, 3.10-9 3, 8.10-2, 3.10-9 9 1, 8.10-9

As-73 1.000 2, 6.10-9 0.500 1, 9.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 6.10-10 3, 2.10-10, 2-10

As-74 1.000 1, 0.10-8 0.500 8, 2.10-9, 3.10-4 9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

As-76 1.000 1, 0.10-8 0.500 1, 1.10-8 5, 8.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9

As-77 1.000 2, 7.10-9 0.500 2, 9.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8-10-10, 5, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10

As-78 2, 1.000 0.10-9 0.500 1, 4.10-9 7, 0.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 1.10-10

Selenium

SE-70 1.000 1, 0.10-9 0.800 7, 1.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

-1.000 1, 73 6.10-9 0.800 1, 4.10-9 7, 4.10, 8.10-10 4-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 1.10-10

A-73, 1.000 2 6.10-10 0.800 1, 8.10-10 9, 5.10-11 5-11 3, 9.10, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

SE-75 1.000 2, 0.10-8 0.800 1, 3.10, 3.10-8 8-9 6-9, 3-9, 1.10 2, 6.10-9

SE-79 4 1.000, 1.10-8 0.800 2, 8.10, 9.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10-8 4, 1.10-9 2, 9.10-9

Is-3, 4.10 1.000 81-10, 9.10 0.800 1-10 9, 0.10-11 5, 1.10-3, 4.10-11 11 2, 7.10-11

The 1.000-ft-6, 0.10-10 0.800 3, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-11 5, 3.10-11

-83 1.000 4, 6.10-10 0.800 2, 9.10-10 1, 5.10-10 8, 7.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 7.10-11

bromine

BR-74 9, 1.000 10 1.000 0.10-5, 2.10-10, 2-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 1.10-10 8, 4.10-11

BR-74 m 1.000 1, 5.10-9 1.000 8, 5.10-10 4-10 2, 3.10, 5.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 4.10-10

BR-75 1.000 8, 5.10 10 1.000-4, 9.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9-11 7, 9.10, 9.10-11

BR-76 1.000 4, 2.10-9 1.000 2, 7.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 7.10-10 5, 6.10, 6.10-10 4-10

BR-77 6, 3.10-1.000 10 1.000-4, 4.10, 5.10 10 2-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 9, 6.10-11

BR-80 1.000 3, 9.10-10 1.000 2, 1.10-10 1 0.10-10 5, 8.10, 9.10-11 3-3 11, 1.10-11

BR-80 m 1.000 1, 4.10-9 1.000 8, 0.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

BR-82 1.000 3, 7.10-9 1.000 2, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 5.10-10 6, 4.10, 4.10, 5-10-10

BR-83 1.000 5, 3.10-10 1.000 3, 0.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 3.10-11 5, 5.10-11 4, 3.10-11

BR-84 1.000 1, 0.10-9 1.000 5, 8.10-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8, 8.10-11

Rubidium

RB-79 1.000 5, 7.10-10 1.000 3, 2.10-10, 1-10 9, 2.10-11 6, 3.10-11 5, 0.10-11

RB-81 5, 4.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 6, 7.10-11 5, 4.10-11

RB-1.000 ft-1, 1.10-10 1.000 6, 2.10-11 3, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 2.10-11 9-12, 7.10

RB-82 m 1.000 8-10-10 1.000 5, 9.10-10 3, 4.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 3.10-10

RB-83 1.000 1, 1.10-8 8, 4.10-1.000 9 4, 9.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 9.10

RB-84 2, 1.000-1.000 1, 4.10 8-8 7, 9.10-9 5-9, 3-9, 3.10 2, 8.10-9

RB-86 1.000 3 1.000, 1.10-8 2, 0.10-8 9-9 5, 9.10, 9.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 8.10-9

RB-87 1.000 1.5x10-8 1.000 1, 0.10-8 5, 2.10-9 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

RB-88 1.000 1, 1.10-9 1.000 6, 2.10, 0.10-10 3-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 2.10, 0.10-10 9-11

RB-89 5, 4.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 0.10-10 1, 5.10-10 8, 6.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 7.10-11

strontium

SR-80 0.600, 7.10 3-9, 3.10 0.300 2-9 1-9, 1.10 6, 5.10, 2.10-10 4-10 3-10, 4.10

SR-8, 4.10 0.600 81-10 0.300 4, 9.10-10 2, 4.10, 4.10-10 1-10 9, 6.10-11, 7-11-10

SR-82 0.600 7, 2.10-8 0.300 4, 1.10-8 2, 1.10-8 1, 3.10-8 8-10-9, 6-9, 1.10

SR-83-3, 4.10 0.600 9 0.300 2, 7.10-9 1-9, 4.10 9, 1.10-10 5-10-10, 4, 9.10-10

SR-85 0.600 7, 7.10-9 0.300 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 5.10-9 1-9, 3.10 5, 6.10-10

SR-85 m 0.600 4, 5.10-11 0.300 3, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 1.10-11 7 8.10-12 6, 1.10-12

SR-87 m 2, 4.10 0.600-10 0.300 1 7.10-10 9, 0.10-11 5, 6.10, 6.10-11 3-3 11, 0.10-11

SR-89 0.600 3, 6.10-8 0.300 1, 8.10, 9.10-8 8-9 5-9-4, 8.10, 0.10-9 2, 6.10-9

SR-90 0.600 2, 3.10-7 0.300 7, 3.10-8 4-8 6, 7.10, 0.10, 0.10-8 8-8 2, 8.10-8

SR-91 0.600 5, 2.10-9 0.300 4 0.10-9 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9 7-10-6, 4.10, 5.10-10

SR-3, 4.10 0.600 92-9 0.300 2, 7.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 2.10-10 4-4 10, 8.10, 3.10-10

yttrium

Y-86 0.001 7, 6.10-9 1, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 6.10-10

Y-86 m 0.001 4, 5.10-10 1-4 3, 0.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 7, 1.10-11 5, 6.10-11

Y-87 0.001 4, 6.10-9 1-4 3, 0.10, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 5.10-10

Y-88 0.001 8, 1.10-9 1-4 6, 0.10 0.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9


Y-90, 1.10 0.001 3-8 1-2 4, 0.10 0.10-8 1, 0.10-8 5, 9.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 7.10-9

Y-90 m 1 0.001, 8.10-9 1, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 6-10 3, 1.10, 7.11-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10-10

Y-91 0.001 2, 8.10-8 1, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-8 8-9 5, 8.10, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9

Y-91 m 0.001 9, 2.10-1, 11-4 6 0.10, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 1.10-11

Y-92 0.001 5, 9.10-9 1-4 3, 0.10 to 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 0.10-9 6, 2.10-10 4, 9.10-10

Y-93 1 0.001, 4.10-8 1-4 8, 0.10 to 5.10-9 4-9-2, 3.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 2.10-9

Y-94 0.001 9, 9.10-10 1-4 5, 0.10 to 5.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 8, 1.10-11

Y-95 0.001 5, 7.10-10 1-4 3, 0.10, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10 8-11 5-10, 11-4, 9.10-6.10-11

zircon

ZR-86 0.020 6, 9.10-9 0.010 4, 8.10-9 2, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 8, 6.10-10

ZR-88 0.020 2, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 0.10-9 1-9 8, 2.10, 0.10-10 5, 4.10, 5.10-10 4-10

ZR-0.020 89 6, 5.10-9 0.010 4, 5.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9, 9.10-10 7, 9.10-10

ZR-93 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 7, 6.10-10 5-5 10, 1.10, 8.10-10 8, 6.10-10 1, 1.10-9

ZR-95 0.020 8, 5.10-9 0.010 5, 6.10-9 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 5.10-10

ZR-97 0.020 2, 2.10-8 0.010 1-8, 4.10 7, 3.10-4, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

niobium

NB-88 0.020 6, 7.10-10 0.010 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-6, 3.10-11

NB-89 0.020 3, 0.10-9 0.010 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6, 0.10-10 3, 4.10-2, 10-10-10

NB-89 0.020 1.5x10-9 8 0.010, 7.10-4, 4.10-10 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 4.10-10

NB-90 0.020 1, 1.10-8 0.010 7, 2.10-9 3-9, 2, 9.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 2.10-9

NB-93 m 0.020 1.5x10-9 0.010 9, 1.10-10 4, 6.10-10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

NB-94 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 9-10-9, 5-9, 3.10, 4.10 3-9 2-9, 1.10 1 7.10-9

NB-95 0.020 4, 6.10-9 0.010 3, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 7-10 5, 4.10, 8.10-10

NB-95, 4.10 0.020 6-9 0.010 4, 1.10-9 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9 7, 1.10-10 5, 6.10-10

NB-96 0.020 9, 2.10-9 0.010 6, 3.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

NB-97 0.020 7, 7.10-10 0.010 4, 5.10-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-10 8-10-11, 6-11, 8.10

NB-98 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 7, 1.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

molybdenum

MO-90 1.000 1, 7.10-9 1.000 1, 2.10-9, 3.10-6 10 4 0.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 2.10-10

MO-93 1.000 7, 9.10-9 1.000 6-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-0.10-9-4, 9-3, 4.10 9 3, 1.10-9

MO-93 m 8, 1.000 10 1.000 0.10-5, 10-3, 4.10-1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

MO-99 1.000 5, 5.10-9 1.000 3, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 7, 6.10-10 6, 0.10-10

MO-101-4, 8.10 1.000 10 1.000 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 6.10-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 1.10-11

Technetium

TC-93 1.000 2, 7.10-10 0.500 2, 5.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 8.10-11 6, 8.10-11 5, 5.10-11

TC-93 m 2, 1.000 0.10-10 0.500 1-10 7, 3.10, 3.10-4, 11-3, 11-2, 11 2.10 5.10-11

TC-94 1.000 1, 2.10-9 0.500 1, 0.10-9 5-10 3, 8.10, 7.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

TC-94m 1.000 1, 3.10-9 0.500 6, 5.10-10 3, 3.10-1 10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

TC-95 1.000 9, 9.10-10 0.500 8, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-10 3-10-2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1, 8.10-10

TC-95 1.000 4, 7.10-9 0.500 2, 8.10-1, 9-1, 9-7, 9-10 5, 6.10-10

TC-96 1.000 6, 7.10-9 0.500 5, 1.10-9, 3-9, 2-9, 1-9-1, 4.10, 1.10-9

TC-1.000 1, 96 m 0.10-10 0.500 6, 5.10.-6.10-11 3, 11 2, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-11

TC-97 1.000 9, 9.10-10 0.500 4, 9.10-10 2, 4.10, 4.10-10 1-10 8, 8.10-11 6, 8.10-11

TC-97m 1.000 8-10-9, 1.10 0.500 4-9 2-9, 1-9, 1.10 7, 0.10-10 5, 5.10-10

TC-98 1.000 2, 3.10-8 0.500 1, 2.10-8 6, 1.10-9 3, 7.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 0.10-9

The TC-99 1.000 1, 0.10-8 0.500 4, 8.10-9 2, 3.10, 3.10-9 1-9 8, 2.10-10 6, 4.10-10

TC-99 m 2 1.000, 0.10-10 0.500 1, 3.10-10 7, 2.10-11 4, 3.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 2.10-11

TC-101 1.000 2, 4.10-10 0.500 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 4.10-11 1, 9.10-11

TC-104 1.000 1, 0.10-9, 3.10 0.500 5-10 2-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 8-11

Ruthenium

Ru-94 0.100 9, 3.10-10 0.050 5, 9.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 9, 4.10-11

Ru-97 0.100 1, 2.10-9 0.050 8, 5.10-10 4-10 3-10, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 5.10-10

Ru-103 0.100 7, 1.10-9 0.050 4, 6.10-9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-9 9, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-10

Ru-105 0.100 2, 7.10-9 0.050 1, 8.10-9 9, 1.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 6.10-10

Ru-106 0.100 8, 4.10-0.050 4, 9.10 8-8 2, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8 8, 6.10-9 7, 0.10-9

Rhodium

RH-99 0.100 4, 2.10-9 0.050 2, 9.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 0.10-9 6, 5.10-10 5, 1.10-10

RH-99 m 0.100 4, 9.10-10 0.050 3, 5.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 3.10, 3.10-10 8-11, 6-11

RH-100 0.100 4, 9.10-9 0.050 3, 6.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 8.10-10 7, 1.10-10

RH-101 0.100 4, 9.10-9 0.050 2, 8.10-1, 9-1, 9-6, 9-10-10 5, 5.10-10

RH-101m 0.100 1 7.10-9 0.050 1, 2.10-9 6-10 4, 8.10, 4.10, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 2.10-10

RH-102 0.100 1-8, 9.10 0.050 1, 0.10-8, 4.10 6-9 4-9-3, 3.10, 0.10-9 2, 6.10-9

RH-102 m 0.100 1, 2.10-8, 4.10 0.050 7-9 3-9, 2, 9.10, 4.10, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10-9

RH-103 m graphics 0.100 4, 7.10-11 0.050 2, 7.10-11 1, 3.10-4.10-11 7 12 4, 8.10-12 3, 8.10-12

RH-105 0.100 4 0.10-9 0.050 2, 7.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8-10 4 0.10, 6.10-10 3, 7.10-10

RH-106m 0.100 1, 4.10-9 9, 0.050 7.10-10 5, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10 2-10, 1-10

RH-107 0.100 2, 9.10-10 0.050 1, 6.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-3, 5.10, 1.10-11 2, 4.10-11

Palladium

PD-100, 4.10 0.050 7-9 0.005 5, 2.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 4.10-10

PD-101 0.050 8, 2.10-10 0.005 5, 7.10, 1.10-10 3-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 9, 4.10-11

PD-103 0.050 2, 2.10-9 0.005 1, 4.10-9 7, 2.10-10, 3.10-4 10 2, 4.10-1 10, 9.10-10

PD-107 0.050 4, 4.10-10 0.005 2, 8.10-10 1 10 8, 4.10-1.10-4, 11-3, 11-10-11

PD-109 0.050 6, 3.10-9 0.005 4, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 6, 8.10-10 5, 5.10-10

Silver

AG-102 0.100 4, 2.10-10, 4.10-0.050 2 10 1, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-5, 11-4, 11 0.10 0.10-11

AG-103 0.100 4, 5.10-10 0.050 2, 7.10-10 1 10-8, 4.10, 3.10-11 5, 5.10-11 4, 3.10-11

AG-104 0.100 4, 3.10-10 0.050 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 7, 5.10-11 6, 0.10-11

AG-104 m 0.100 5, 6.10-10 0.050 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 0.10-10 6, 8.10-11 5, 4.10-11

AG-105 0.100 3, 9.10-9 0.050 2, 5.10-9 1-9, 4.10 9, 1.10-10 5, 9.10-10 4-10-10

AG-106 0.100, 7.10 3-10 0.050 2, 1.10-10 1 10 6, 0.10-0.10-11, 4-11, 1.10, 2.10 3-11

AG-106m 0.100 9, 7.10-9 0.050 6, 9, 4, 9.10-1.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

AG-108 m 2 0.100, 1.10-8 0.050 1, 1.10-8 6, 5.10-9 4, 3.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 3.10-9

AG-110 m 2, 4.10-0.100 8 0.050 1-8, 4.10, 8.10 7-9 5-9, 2.10 3, 4.10, 8.10-9 2-9

AG-111 0.100 1-8, 4.10 0.050 9, 3.10-4, 9-2, 9-10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9

AG-112 0.100 4, 9.10-9 0.050 3, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 9.10-10 5, 4.10-4, 3.10 10-10

AG-115 0.100 7, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.050 4-10 2-10, 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 6-10, 0.10-11

cadmium

CD-104 0.100 4, 2.10-10, 9.10 0.050 2-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11 5, 4.10-11

CD-107 0.100 7, 1.10-10 0.050 4, 6.10-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-10 7, 8.10-11 6, 2.10-11

CD-109 0.100 2, 1.10-8 0.050 9, 5.10-9 5, 5.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 0.10-9

CD-113 0.100 1, 0.10-7 0.050 4, 8.10-8 3-3 8, 7.10, 0.10-8 2-2 8, 6.10, 5.10-8

CD-113m 0.100 1, 2.10-7 0.050 5, 6.10-3, 9.10 8-8 2-2 8, 9.10, 4.10-8 2, 3.10-8

CD-115 0.100 1-8, 4.10 0.050 9, 7.10-9 4, 9.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

CD-115m 0.100 4, 1.10-8 0.050 1-8 9, 9.10, 7.10-9 6-9, 4, 9.10, 1.10-9 3, 3.10-9

CD-117 0.100 2, 9.10-9 0.050 1, 9.10-9 9, 5.10-10 5-10 3-10, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10

CD-117 m 2 0.100, 6.10-9 0.050 1 7.10-9 9, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10

Indium

In-109 0.040 5, 2.10-10 0.020 3, 6.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8, 2.10-6.10-11 6, 11

In-110 0.040 1.5x10-9 0.020 1, 1.10-9 6, 5.10-10 4, 4.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

In-110 0.040 1, 1.10-9 0.020 6, 4.10, 2.10-10 3-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 3.10-10 1 0.10-10

In-111 0.040 2, 4.10-9 0.020 1 7.10-9 9, 1.10-10 5, 9.10-10 3-10-10, 2, 9.10-10

In-112 0.040 1, 2.10-10 0.020 6, 7.10-11 3, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 3.10-11 1, 0.10-11

In-113m 0.040 3, 0.10-10 0.020 1, 8.10-10 9, 3.10-6 11, 2.10-6.10-11 3, 11 2, 8.10-11

In-114m 0.040 5, 6.10-8 0.020 3, 1.10-8 1, 5.10-8 9, 0.10-9 5, 2.10-9 4, 1.10-9

In-115 0.040 1, 3.10-6, 4.10 0.020 7-8 4-8-4, 8.10, 3.10-8 3-3 8, 6.10, 2.10-8

In-115m 0.040 9, 6.10-10 0.020 6, 0.10, 0.10-10 3-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 8, 6.10-11

In-116 0.040 5, 8.10-10 0.020 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10, 8-11, 6-11, 4.10

In-117 0.040 3, 3.10-10 0.020 1, 9.10-10 9-10-11, 5-11 3, 8.10, 9.10, 11-3, 1.10-11

In-117 m 0.040 1, 4.10-9 0.020 8, 6.10-10 4-10 2, 3.10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10

In-119 0.040 5, 9.10-10 0.020 3, 2.10-10 1, 6.10-8.10-8, 10 11 6, 0.10-11, 4-11-10

Tin

SN-110 0.040 3, 5.10-9 0.020 2, 3.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7-10 4, 4.10, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10

SN-2, 111 0.040 5.10-10 0.020 1.5x10-10 7-11 4, 4.10, 4.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 3.10-11

SN-113 0.040, 8.10 7-9 0.020 5, 0.10-9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-9 9, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-10

SN-117 m 0.040 7, 7.10-9 0.020 5, 0.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8-10 7, 8.10, 1.10-10

SN-119 0.040 4, 1.10-9 0.020 2, 5.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 5.10 7-10 4-10-3, 3.10, 4.10-10

SN-121 0.040 2, 6.10-9 0.020 1 7.10-9 8-10 5, 4.10, 0.10-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 3.10-10

SN-121m 0.040 4, 6.10-9 0.020 2, 7.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 2.10-10 4-10 3-10, 10-10

SN-123 0.040 2, 5.10-8 0.020 1, 6.10-8.10-8 7, 9 4, 6.10, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 1.10-9

SN-123m 4, 0.040 7.10-10 0.020 2, 6.10-10 1-10 7, 3.10, 3.10-11 4, 9.10-11 3, 8.10-11

SN-125 0.040 3, 5.10-8 0.020 2, 2.10-8 1, 1.10-8 6, 7.10-9 3-3 9, 8.10, 1.10-9

SN-126 0.040 5, 0.10-8 0.020 3, 0.10-8 1, 6.10-8 9, 8.10, 9.10-9 5-9 4-9-10


SN-127 0.040 2, 0.10-9 0.020 1, 3.10-6, 9-10 4 0.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

SN-128 0.040 1, 6.10-9 9, 0.020 7.10-10 4, 9.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 5.10-10

antimony

SB-115 0.200 2, 5.10-10 0.100 1.5x10-10 7, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 4.10-11

SB-116 0.200 2, 7.10-10 0.100 1, 6.10-10 8-11, 4-11, 8.10 3, 3.10-11 2, 6.10-11

SB-116 0.200 5, 0.10-10 0.100 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10, 3.10-8 11 6, 7.10-11

SB-117 0.200 1, 6.10-10 0.100 1, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

SB-118 m 0.200 1, 3.10-9 0.100 1, 0.10-9 5, 8.10, 9.10-10 3-10 2-2 10, 1.10-10

SB-8, 4.10 0.200 119-10 0.100 5, 10 3, 8.10-0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 8-11

SB-120 0.200 8, 1.10-9 0.100 6, 0.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 2.10-9

SB-120 0.200 1 7.10-10 0.100, 4.10 9-11, 11-4 2, 7.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 4.10-11

SB-122 0.200 1, 8.10-8 0.100 1, 2.10-8 6, 1.10-3, 9-2, 9-10 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

SB-124 0.200 2, 5.10-8 0.100 1, 6.10-8, 4.10 8-9 5-9, 2.10 3, 2.10-9 2, 5.10-9

SB-124 m 0.200, 5.10 8-11 0.100 4, 9.10, 11 2-5.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10, 0.10-11 8, 0.10-12

SB-125 0.200 1, 1.10-8 0.100 6, 1.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

SB-126 0.200 2, 0.10-8, 4.10 0.100 1-8 7, 6.10-9 4-9 3, 9.10, 1.10-9 2, 4.10-9

SB-126 m 0.200 3, 9.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 6.10-11

SB-127 0.200 1 7.10-8 0.100 1, 2.10-8 5, 9.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

SB-128 0.200 6, 3.10-9 0.100 4, 5.10-9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-9, 9-10 7, 5.10 6.10-10

SB-128 0.200, 7.10 3-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 1 10 6, 0.10-0.10-11 4, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11

SB-129 0.200 4, 3.10-9 0.100 2, 8.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 8.10-10 5, 3.10-4, 2.10 10-10

SB-130 0.200 9, 1.10-10 0.100 5, 4.10, 8.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 2.10-10 9, 1.10-11

SB-131 0.200 1, 1.10-9 0.100 7, 3.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

tellurium

Te-116 0.600 1, 4.10-9 0.300 1, 0.10-9 5, 5.10-3, 4.10-10 10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

Te-121 0.600 3, 1.10-9 0.300 2, 0.10-9 1-9 8, 2.10, 0.10-10 5, 4.10-4, 3.10 10-10

Te-121m 0.600 2, 7.10-8 0.300 1, 2.10-8 6-9 4, 9.10, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 3.10-9

Te-123 0.600 2, 0.10-8 0.300 9, 3.10-9 6-9, 9.10, 4.10 5-9 4-4 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

Te-123m 0.600 1-8, 9.10 8 0.300, 8.10, 9.10-9 4-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

Te-125 m 0.600 1, 3.10-8 0.300 6, 3.10, 3.10-9 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 8, 7.10-10

Te-127 0.600 1, 5.10-9 0.300 1, 2.10-9 6, 2.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

Te-127m 0.600 4, 1.10-8 0.300 1, 8.10-8 9, 5.10-9 5, 2.10-9 3-9, 2-9, 3.10

Te-129 0.600 7, 5.10-10 0.300, 4.10 4-10 2-10-1, 1.10, 2.10-10, 8-11, 6-11, 3.10

Te-129m 0.600 4-8, 4.10, 4.10 0.300 2-8 1, 2.10-8 6, 6.10-9 3-3 9, 9.10, 0.10-9

Te-131 0.600 9, 0.10-10 0.300 6, 6.10-10 3, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10, 8-10-11

Te-131 0.600 2, 0.10-8 0.300 1-8, 4.10, 8.10 7-9 4-9, 3.10, 7.10 2-9 1-9, 9.10

Te-132 0.600 4, 8.10-8 0.300 3, 0.10-8 1, 6.10-8 8-9 5, 3.10, 3.10-9 3, 8.10-9

Te-133 0.600 8, 4.10-10 0.300 6, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10 1-1 10, 1.10, 2.10-10 7-11

Te-133 m engine has 0.600 3, 1.10-9 0.300, 4.10 2-9 1-9, 3.10, 3.10-10 6 4, 1.10-10 2, 8.10-10

Te-134 0.600 1, 1.10-9 0.300 7, 5.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

iodine

I-120 1.000 3, 9.10-9 1.000 2, 8.10-9 1-9, 4.10 7, 2.10-10 4, 8.10-10 3, 4.10-10

I-120 m 2, 3.10 1.000-1.000 1, 5.10 9-9 7-10-4, 8.10, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 1.10-10

I-121 1.000 6, 2.10-10, 3.10-1.000 5 10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 2.10-10 8, 2.10-11

I-123 1.000 2, 2.10-9 1.000 1, 9.10, 1.10-9 1-4 9, 9.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10

I-124 1.000 1, 2.10-7 1.000 1, 1.10-7 6-8-3, 3.10, 1.10-8 2, 0.10-8 1, 3.10-8

I-125 1.000 5, 2.10-8 5, 1.000 7.10-8 4, 1.10-8 3-8-2, 1.10, 2.10-8 1, 5.10-8

I-126 1.000 2, 1.10-7 1.000 2, 1.10-7 1, 3.10-7 6, 8.10-8 4, 5.10-8 2, 9.10-8

I-5, 1.000 7.10 128-10 1.000 3, 3.10-1, 10-10, 9.10 8-11 6-11, 4-11

I-129 1.000 1, 8.10-7 1.000 2, 2.10-7 1, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 4.10,-7 1, 1.10-7

I-130 1.000 2, 1.10-8 1.000 1, 8.10-8 9-9-4, 8.10, 6.10-9, 3-9, 2-9,

I-131 1.000 1, 8.10-7 1.000 1, 8.10-7 1, 0.10-7 5, 2.10-8 3-8, 4.10 2, 2.10-8

I-132 1.000 3, 0.10-9 1.000 2, 4.10-1, 3.10-9 9 6, 2.10-10, 1.10-4 10 2, 9.10-10

I-132m 2, 4.10 1.000-1.000 9 2, 0.10-9 1-5 9, 1.10, 0.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-10

I-133 1.000 4-8, 9.10 1.000 4-8, 4.10 2, 3.10-8 1, 0.10-8 6-9-4, 8.10, 3.10-9

I-134 1.000 1, 1.10-9 1.000 7, 5.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

I-135 1.000 1, 0.10-8 8, 9.10-1.000 9 4, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 4.10 9, 3.10-10

cesium

CS-125 1.000 3, 9.10-10 1.000 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-11 4, 4.10, 5.10 3-11-11

CS-127 1.000 1, 8.10-10 1.000 1, 2.10-10, 6-11, 2.10 4-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

CS-129 4, 4.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11 6, 0.10-11

CS-130-3, 3.10 1.000 10 1.000 1, 8.10-10 9, 0.10-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 6.10-11 2, 8.10-11

CS-4, 131 1.000 10 1.000-2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 6-11 5, 9.10, 8.10-11

CS-132 1.000 2, 7.10-9 1.000 1, 8.10, 1.10-9 1-9 7, 7.10, 7.10-10 5-5 10, 0.10-10

CS-134 1.000 2-8, 6.10, 6.10 1.000 1-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 4.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10 9.10-8

CS-134 m 2, 1.000 10 1.000 1.10-1, 2.10-10, 9.10 5-11 3, 5.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 0.10-11

CS-135 1.000 4, 1.10-9, 3.10 1.000 2-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 7.10-9 2-2 9, 0.10, 0.10-9

CS-135 m 1.000 1, 3.10-10 1.000 8, 6.10-11 4, 9.10-11 3, 11 2, 2.10-3.10-11 1, 9.10-11

CS-136 1.000 1.5x10-8 1.000 9, 5.10-9 6-9, 1.10, 4.10 4-9 3-3 9, 4.10, 0.10-9

CS-137 1.000 2, 1.10-8 1.000 1, 2.10-8 9, 6.10-9 1, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 3.10-8

CS-138 1.000 1, 1.10-9 1.000 5, 9.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 2.10-10 9, 2.10-11

barium

BA-126 0.600 2, 7.10-9 0.200 1 7.10-9 8, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 6.10-10

BA-128 0.600 2, 0.10-8 0.200 1 7.10-8 9, 0.10-9 5-9, 2.10, 0.10-3 9 2, 7.10-9

BA-131 0.600 4, 2.10-9 0.200 2, 6.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 4.10-10 6, 2.10-10, 5.10 4-10

BA-131 0.600 5, 8.10-11 0.200 3, 2.10-1, 11-9, 11-6, 12 3.10 3.10-12 4, 9.10-12

BA-133 0.600 2, 2.10-8 0.200, 2.10 6-9 3-4 9, 9.10, 6.10-9 7-9-1, 3.10, 5.10-9

BA-133 m engine has 0.600 4, 2.10-9 0.200 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 5, 9.10-10 5, 4.10-10

BA-135 m 0.600 3, 3.10-9 0.200 2, 9.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 5.10-10 4-4 10, 7.10, 3.10-10

BA-139 0.600 1, 4.10-9 0.200, 4.10 8-10 4-10 2, 1.10, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10

BA-140 0.600 3, 2.10-8 0.200 1, 8.10-8 9, 2.10-9 5, 8.10-3, 9-2, 9-10-9

BA-141 0.600 7, 6.10-10 0.200 4, 7.10-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-10 8, 6.10-11 7, 0.10-11

BA-142 0.600 3, 6.10-10 0.200 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 3.10-11 3, 5.10-11

Lantau

La-131 0.005 3, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 4.10, 5.10 3-11-11

La-132 0.005 3, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-9 1-9, 3.10, 8.10 7-10 4-10 3, 8.10, 9.10-10

La-135 0.005 2, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1-1 10, 9.10, 0.10-10 6, 4.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 0.10-11

La-0.005 137 1, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 8, 1.10-11

La-138 0.005 1, 3.10-8 5, 0.10-4 4-9 2-9 1-10, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

La-140 0.005 2, 0.10-8 5, 0-1 4, 3.10-8 6-9 4, 8.10, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 0.10-9

La-4, 3.10 0.005 141-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 6.10-10 7 4, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10

La-0.005 142 1-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 1.10, 8.10-10 3, 5.10-2, 3.10-10 10 1, 8.10-10

La-143 0.005 6, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 1.10-10 7, 1.10-11 5, 6.10-11

cér

CE-134 0.005 2, 8.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-8 9, 1.10-9 5, 5.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 5.10-9

CE-135 0.005 7, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 4, 7.10-9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 0.10-9 7, 9.10-10

CE-0.005 137 2, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-10 8, 8.10-11 5-11, 4.10 3, 2.10-11 2, 5.10-11

CE-137m 0.005 6, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 9, 2, 9.10-0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 6, 8.10-10 5, 4.10-10

CE-139 0.005 2, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-9 8, 6.10, 6.10-10 5, 4.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 6.10-10

CE-141 0.005 8, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8-10 7, 8.10, 1.10-10

CE-0.005 143 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 8, 9 4, 1.10-9 2, 4.10, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9

CE-144 0.005 6, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 1.10-8 6, 5.10-9 5, 2.10-9

prazeodym

PR-136 0.005 3, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 1.10-11 4, 2.10-11 3, 3.10-11

PR-137 0.005 4, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-1, 3.10 10-10, 7-11 5-10, 11-4, 0.10 0.10-11

PR-138 m 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-7 4-4 10, 4.10, 1.10-10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

PR-139 0.005 3, 2.10-10, 5-4 2 0.10, 0.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 1.10-11

PR-142 0.005 1.5x10-8 5, 0.10-4 9-9-4, 8.10, 9.10-9 2, 9.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

PR-142m 0.005 2, 0.10-0.10-10 5 4 1, 2.10-10 6, 2.10-3, 11-2, 11-10 1.10-1, 11-11-10

PR-143 0.005 1-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-9, 3.10-4 9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

PR-144-6, 4.10 0.005 10 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-1, 10-10-10-9, 11-6, 5.10 5.10-11 5, 0.10-11

PR-145 0.005 4-9 5-10, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 5.10-10 4, 9.10-10 3, 9.10-10

PR-147 0.005 3, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-10, 1-106, 1.10 1.10-11 4, 2.10-11 3, 3.10-11

neodymium

ND-0.005 136 1, 0.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 1.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 9, 9.10-11

ND-138 0.005 7, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-9 2, 3.10, 3.10-9 1-9 8, 0.10-10 6, 4.10-10

ND-0.005 139 2, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10 6, 3.10-11 3, 7.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 0.10-11

ND-139m 0.005 2, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-1 9 7, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10

ND-141 0.005 7 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 5, 0.10-11 2, 7.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11 8, 3.10-12

ND-147 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 7, 8.10, 9.10-9 3-9 2-9-1, 3.10, 3.10, 1.10-9 1-9


ND-0.005 149 1-9 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-10 4, 3.10-10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10

ND-151 0.005 3, 4.10-5, 10-4 2 0.10, 0.10-10 9-10-11, 5-11, 7.10 3, 8.10-11 3, 0.10-11

can buy better ships

PM-141 0.005 4, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 2, 4.10-1, 2.10 10-10 6-11-4, 8.10, 6.10, 6.10-11 3-11

PM-1, 143 0.005 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 6, 7.10-10 4, 4.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10

PM-7, 144 0.005 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4-9-2, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 9, 7.10-10

PM-145 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 6-10 3-10 2-10, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

PM-1, 146 0.005 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 9, 0.10-10

PM-147 0.005 3, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-9 9-10 5, 6.10, 7.10-10 3, 2.10-10, 2-10

PM-148 0.005 3, 0.10-8 5, 0-4 1-8 9, 9.10, 7.10-9 5-9, 8.10 3, 3.10-2, 9-10-9

PM-148 m 0.005 1.5x10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 8 5, 5.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 2.10-1, 9-9-10

PM-149 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0-4, 4.10 7-9 3-10-9, 2-9, 2.10 1, 2.10-9 9, 9.10-10

PM-150 0.005 2, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 8-10-10, 5-10, 2.10 3, 2.10-10, 2-10

PM-151 0.005 8, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 5, 1.10-9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-9 9, 1.10-10 7, 3.10-10

Samarium

SM-141 0.005 4, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-1, 3.10-10 10 7, 3.10-11 5-11, 3-11, 9.10

SM-141m 0.005 7, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 4, 0.10-0.10-10 2 10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 2.10 6, 5.10-11

SM-142 0.005 2, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-1 9 6, 2.10-10, 3-10 2-10-1, 4.10, 9.10-10

SM-145 0.005 2, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-1 9 7, 3.10-10 4, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 2, 1.10-10

SM-146 0.005 1.5x10-6 5, 0.10-4 1-1 7, 5.10, 0.10-0.10-7 7, 8 5, 8.10-8, 4.10, 5-8

SM-147 0.005 1, 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-1 7 9, 2.10-8 6-8, 4.10, 5, 2.10-8 4, 9.10-8

SM-151 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10-6, 4.10 4-10 3-10-2, 3.10, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10 9, 8.10-11

SM-153 0.005 8, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-2, 9-1, 9-10-9 9, 2.10-10, 4.10 7-10

SM-155 0.005 3, 6.10-10 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-10 9-10-11, 5-11, 5.10, 7.10 3-11 2, 9.10-11

SM-156 0.005 2, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-9 9, 0.10-10 5, 4.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10

europium

EU-145 0.005 5, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 4.10, 5.10 7-10-10

The EU-8, 146 0.005 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2, 4.10, 6.10-9 1-9 1-9, 3.10

The EU-3, 147 0.005 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-9 1-9, 4.10 8, 9.10-10 5, 6.10-10 4, 4.10-10

The EU-8, 148 0.005 5.10-9 5, 0.10-0.10-4 6, 9 3, 5.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9

EU-9, 149 0.005 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10-4.10-10 3, 10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

EU-150 0.005 1, 3.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 7.10-9 3, 4.10-2, 3.10-9 9 1, 5.10-9 1-9, 3.10

EU-150 0.005 4, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 2-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 2.10-10 4-10 3-10, 10-10

EU-152 0.005 1, 6.10-8 5, 0-4, 4.10 7-9 4-9, 1.10 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

EU-152 m 0.005 5, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 2.10, 0.10-10

EU-154 0.005 2, 5.10-8 5, 0-4 1, 2.10-8 6, 5.10-9 4, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 0.10-9

EU-155 0.005 4, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-9 6, 8.10-10 4 0.10-10 3, 2.10-10

EU-156 0.005 2, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-8 7, 5.10-9 4-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 2.10-9

EU-157 0.005 6, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-4 9 2, 2.10-1, 3.10-9 9 7, 5.10-10 6, 0.10-10

EU-158 0.005 1, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10 9, 4.10-11

gadolinium

GD-145 0.005 4, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 1.10-11 5-11, 4-11, 4.10

GD-146 9 0.005, 4.10-5, 9-4 6 0.10, 0.10-9, 3-9, 2.10, 0.10-2 9 1, 2.10-9 9, 6.10-10

GD-0.005 147 4, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 7-10-10, 6-10, 1.10

GD-1, 148 0.005 7.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1-1 7, 6.10, 1.10-7 7, 3.10-8 5-8, 9.10 5, 6.10-8

GD-0.005 149 4, 5 9, 0.10-0.10-4 2, 7.10, 5.10-9 1-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 7.10-10 4, 5.10-10

GD-0.005 151 2, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9 6-10 4, 8.10, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

GD-0.005 152 1, 2.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-7 7, 7.10-8 5-8-4, 3.10, 3.10-8 4, 1.10-8

GD-153 0.005 2, 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-9 9-10 5, 4.10, 8.10-10 3, 4.10-2, 10-10-10

GD-5, 159 0.005 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6, 2.10-10 4, 9.10-10

terbium

TB-147 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 4.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

TB-149 0.005 2, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 8, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-10 3-10 2, 1.10, 5.10-10

TB-150 0.005 2, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-9 8-10 5, 3.10, 1.10, 2.10-10 3-10 2-10, 5.10.

TB-2, 151 0.005 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 6-10-10, 4-10 3, 2.10, 4.10-10

TB-153 0.005 2, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 8, 2.10-10 5, 1.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10

TB-4, 154 0.005 7.10-9 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 8, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-10

TB-0.005 155 1-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9 6-10 4, 8.10, 3.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10, 1.10-10

TB-156 9 0.005, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 6, 3.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

TB-156m 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 9 5, 6.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-1, 10-10-10

TB-156m 0.005 8, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 5, 2.10-10, 2-10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 0.10-10 8, 1.10-11

TB-0.005 157 4, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 8.10-11 4, 1.10-11 3, 4.10-11

TB-1, 3.10 0.005 158-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-9 3-9-2, 3.10, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

TB-0.005 160 1, 6.10-8 5, 0-4 1, 0.10-8, 4.10 5-9 3-9-2, 3.10, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9

TB-161 0.005 8, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-2, 9-10-9, 1-9 9, 6.10 0.10-10 7, 2.10-10

dysprozium

Dy-155 9 0.005, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 6-10 3-10 2, 8.10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

Dy-4, 4.10 0.005 157-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10, 7-11, 6-10, 1.10-11

Dy-0.005 1, 159-9 5 0.10, 0.10-6, 4.10 4-10 3-10 2, 4.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

Dy-0.005 165 1, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

Dy-0.005 166 1-8, 9.10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-8 6-9, 3-9, 2-9, 1-9

Holmium

Ho-155 0.005 3, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-2 10 1, 2.10-10 7, 1.10-4, 11-3, 11-10-10-11

Ho-5, 157 0.005 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 2.10-11 8, 1.10-12 6, 5.10-12

Ho-159 0.005 7, 1.10-11 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 4.10-11 9-12 7, 9.10, 9.10-12

Ho-1, 161 0.005 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-11 4, 2.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 6.10, 3.10-11

He-162 0.005 3, 5.10-5, 11-4 2 0.10, 0.10-11-1, 11-6, 0.10 0.10-12 4, 2.10-12 3, 3.10-12

Ho-162m 0.005 2, 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-3, 9.10-3.10-11 2, 6.10-11

Ho-164 0.005 1, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 6, 5.10-11 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 2.10-11 9, 5.10-12

Ho-164m 0.005 2, 0.10-0.10-10 5 4 1 10 5, 1.10-5.10-11 3, 2.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 6.10-11

Ho-166 0.005 1, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 8 5, 2.10-9 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

Ho-166m 0.005 2, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 9, 3.10, 3.10-9 5-9 3, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 0.10-9

Ho-167 0.005 8, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-1, 10-10-10 1 0.10-10 9, 3.10-11

erbium

ER-161 0.005 6, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 4, 4.10, 4.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 0.10, 0.10-10 8-11

ER-165 0.005 1 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10 6, 2.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2, 4.10-11 1, 9.10-11

ER-0.005 169 4, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 2-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 2.10-10 4, 7.10, 7.10 3-10-10

ER-171 0.005 4, 5 9, 0.10-0.10-4 2, 5.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 6.10-10 7 4, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10

ER-1, 172 0.005 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 6-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

tulium

TM-162 0.005 2, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10, 7.10-10 8-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 6.10-11 2, 9.10-11

TM-0.005 166 2, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 8, 3.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10

TM-167 0.005 6, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 3-9-2, 9.10, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-10

TM-170 0.005 1, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 9-9-4, 8.10, 9.10-9 2, 9.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

TM-171 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10-4 7, 8.10, 9.10-10 3-10-2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10

TM-1, 172 0.005 9.10-8 5, 0-4 1, 2.10-8 6, 1.10-3, 9-2, 9-10 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

TM-173 0.005 3, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-9 1, 1.10-9 6, 5.10-10 3-3 10, 8.10, 1.10-10

TM-175 0.005 3, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-10 8-11, 5-11, 3-11, 4.10 2, 7.10-11

ytterbium

Yb-162 0.005 2, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-6, 9.10-10 11 4, 2.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 3.10-11

Yb-166 0.005 7, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 5, 4.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 5.10-10

Yb-167 0.005 7, 0.10-0.10-11 5, 4 4, 1.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 2.10-8, 4.10-11 12 6, 7.10-12

Yb-169 0.005 7, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-9 8-10 7, 8.10, 1.10-10

Yb-175 0.005 5, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 3, 2.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9, 5.10-10 5, 4.10, 4.10-10 4-10

Yb-177 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4, 8.10 6-10 3-10 2, 4.10, 0.10-10 1, 1.10-10 8, 8.10-11

Yb-1, 178 0.005 4.10-9 5, 0.10-8, 4.10 4-10 4-10 2, 2.10, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10

lutetium

Lu-169 0.005 3, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 4.10, 4.10-9 1-9 8, 9.10-10 5-10-10, 4-10

Lu-170 0.005 7-9 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 9.10-10

LU-0.005 171 5-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-0.10-4 4, 9 2, 2.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 5.10-10 6, 7.10-10

LU-0.005 1 172, 0.10-5, 8-4 7, 0.10 0.10-9 3-9, 2, 9.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9

Lu-173 0.005 2, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10, 6.10-9 8-10 5-10-3, 3.10, 2.10-10, 2-10

Lu-174 0.005 3-5 9, 2.10, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 9, 1.10-10 5, 6.10-10 3, 3.10-2, 10-10-10

Lu-174 m 0.005 6, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 8.10, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 3.10-10

Lu-176 0.005 2-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 5, 7.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 8.10-9

Lu-176m 0.005 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 1-6 9, 2.10, 0.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-10-10

Lu-177 0.005 6, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 9, 2, 9.10-0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 3.10-10

LU-0.005 1 900 m, 7.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 5, 8.10-93, 6.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

Lu-178 0.005 5, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-3 10 1, 6.10-10 9, 0.10-11 6, 1.10-11, 4-11-10

Lu-4, 3.10 178m 0.005-10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-2 10 1, 2.10-10 7, 1.10-11 4, 9.10-11 3, 8.10-11

LU-0.005 179 2, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 7, 5.10-10 4, 4.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10, 1.10-10

hafnium


HF-170 0.020 3, 9.10-9 0.002 2, 7.10, 5.10-9 1-9 9, 5.10-10 6, 0.10-10 4, 8.10-10

HF-172 0.020 1-8, 9.10 0.002 6, 1.10-9 3-9-2, 3.10, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

HF-1, 173 0.020 9.10-9 0.002 1, 3.10-9 7, 2.10-10, 4-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 3.10-10

HF-175 0.020 3, 8.10-0.002 2, 4.10 9-9 1-9, 3.10, 4.10 8-10 5, 2.10-10 4, 1.10-10

HF-900 m 0.020 7 8.10-10 0.002 4-10 2-10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 8, 1.10-11

HF-178m 0.020 7, 0.10-8, 9.10 0.002 1-8 1, 1.10-8 7, 8.10-9 5, 5.10-9, 4-9-10

HF-179m 0.020 1, 2.10-8 0.002, 8.10 7-9 4-9, 1.10 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10-9

HF-180 m 0.020 1, 4.10-9 0.002 9, 7.10-10 5-10-3, 3.10, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

HF-0.020 181 1, 2.10-8, 4.10 0.002 7-9 3-9, 8.10 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

HF-182 0.020 5, 6.10-0.002 7, 9.10 8-9 5-9-4, 4.10, 0.10-9 3-3 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

HF-182m 0.020 4, 1.10-10 0.002 2, 5.10-1, 3.10-10 10 7 8.10-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 2.10-11

HF-183 0.020 8, 1.10-10 0.002 4, 8.10-10 2, 4.10, 4.10-10 1-10 9-11 7, 3.10, 3.10-11

HF-184 0.020 5, 5.10-9 0.002 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 2.10-10

tantalum

Ta-172 0.010 5, 5.10-10 0.001 3, 2.10-10, 1-10 9, 8.10-11 6-11 5, 6.10, 3.10-11

Ta-173 0.010 2, 0.10-9, 3.10-1 0.001 9 6, 5.10, 9.10-10 3-10 2-10-1, 4.10, 9.10-10

Ta-6, 174 0.010 2.10-10 0.001 3, 7.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11, 5-11-10

Ta-175 0.010 1, 6.10-9 1 0.001, 1.10-9 6, 2.10-10 4 0.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10, 1.10-10

Ta-176 0.010 2, 4.10-9 1 0.001, 7.10-9 9, 2.10-10 6, 1.10-10 3-3 10, 9.10, 1.10-10

TA-1, 177 0.010 0.10-9 0.001 6, 9.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

Ta-178 0.010 6, 3.10-10 0.001 4, 5.10-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-10 9-11, 1.10, 2.10 7-11

Ta-6, 179 0.010 2.10-10 0.001 4, 1.10, 2.10-10 2-10-1, 3.10, 1.10-10 8 11 6, 5.10-11

Ta-180 8 0.010, 1.10-9, 3.10-0.001 5 9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-8, 4.10 9-10

Ta-180 m, 8.10 0.010 5-10 0.001 3, 7.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-11 5, 4.10-11

Ta-182 0.010 1-8, 4.10, 4.10-0.001 9 9 5, 0.10-9 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9

Ta-182m 1, 4.10-0.010 10 0.001 7, 5.10-3, 11-2, 11-10 1.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10, 2.10-11

Ta-183 0.010 1-8, 4.10 0.001 9, 3.10-4, 9-2, 9-10 8.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9

Ta-0.010 184 6, 7.10-0.001 4, 4.10 9-9 2, 3.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 5.10-10 6, 8.10-10

Ta-185 8 0.010, 3.10-10 0.001 4, 6.10-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-10 8, 6.10-8.10-11 6, 11

Ta-0.010 186 3, 8.10-10 0.001 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 1.10-11 4, 2.10-11 3, 3.10-11

Wolfram

W-176 0.600 6, 8.10-10 0.300 5, 5.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

W-177 0.600 4, 4.10-10 0.300, 2.10 3-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11 5, 8.10-11

W-178 0.600 1, 8.10-1 0.300, 4.10 9-9 7-10-4, 3.10, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 2, 2.10-10

W-179 0.600 3, 4.10-11 0.300 2, 0.10-0.10-11 1, 11 6, 2.10-12 4, 2.10-12 3, 3.10-12

W-181 0.600 6, 3.10-10 0.300 4-10 2-10, 5.10-1, 10-10, 5.10 9-11, 7-11

W-185 0.600 4, 4.10-9, 3.10 0.300 3-9 1-9, 9-10-10, 5-10, 5.10 4, 4.10-10

W-187 0.600 5, 5.10-9 0.300 4, 3.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 8.10 7-10 6, 3.10-10

W-188 0.600 2, 1.10-8 0.300 1.5x10-8 7-10-9, 4-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

rhenium

Re-177 1.000 2, 5.10-10 0.800 1, 4.10-10 7, 2.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 2.10-11

Re-178 1.000 2, 9.10-10 0.800 1, 6.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-3, 11-2, 1.10-5.10-11

Re-181 4 1.000, 2.10-9 0.800 2, 8.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 2.10-10 5-10 4, 4.10, 2.10-10

Re-182 1.000 1-8, 4.10 0.800 8, 9.10-9 4, 7.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

Re-182 1.000 2, 4.10-9 0.800 1 7.10-9 8, 9.10-10 5, 2.10-10 3, 5.10-2, 10-10-10

Re-184 1.000 8, 9.10-9 0.800 5, 6.10-9 3, 0.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

Re-184m 1.000 1, 7.10-8 0.800 9-9 4, 8.10, 9.10-9 2, 8.10, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10-9

Re-186 1.000 1-8, 9.10 0.800 1, 1.10-8 5, 5.10-9 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9

Re-186m 1.000 3, 0.10-8 0.800 1, 6.10, 6.10-8 7-9 4-9-2, 4.10, 8.10-9 2, 2.10-9

Re-187 1.000 6, 8.10-11 0.800 3, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 0.10-11-6, 12-5, 1.10-12

Re-188 1.000 1, 7.10-8 0.800 1, 1.10-8, 4.10, 5-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

Re-188m 1.000 3, 8.10-10 0.800 2, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 1.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 0.10-11

Re-1.000 9, 189 8.10-9 0.800 6, 2.10-9 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 7, 8.10-10

Osmium

OS-180 0.020 1, 6.10-8.10 0.010 9, 10-11, 5-11 3, 1.10, 2.10-11 2, 2.10-1, 11-11-10

OS-181 0.020 7, 6.10-10 0.010 5, 0.10-10 2, 7.10, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8, 9.10-11

OS-182 0.020 4, 6.10-9 0.010 3, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-10

OS-185 0.020 3, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 8.10-10 6, 5.10-10 5, 1.10-10

OS-2, 189m 0.020 1.10-10 0.010 1, 3.10-10 6, 5.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

OS-191 0.020 6, 3.10-9 0.010 4, 1.10-9 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9 7, 0.10-5, 10-10-10

OS-1, 191m 0.020 1.10-9 0.010 7, 1.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 9-11

OS-9, 3.10 0.020 193-9 0.010 6, 0.10-0.10-9-3, 9-1, 9-1, 8.10 the 0.10-9 8, 1.10-10

OS-194 0.020 2, 9.10-8 0.010 1, 7.10, 8.10-8 8-9 5-9 3, 2.10, 0.10-9 2, 4.10-9

Iridium

IR-182 0.020 5, 3.10-10 0.010 3, 0.10-10 1, 5.10-8, 9.10-10 11 6, 0.10-11 4, 8.10-11

IR-184 0.020 1.5x10-9 9, 0.010 7.10-10 5, 2.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-10-10

IR-185 0.020 2, 4.10-9 0.010 1, 6.10, 6.10-9 8-10 5-10-3, 3.10, 3.10-10 2, 6.10-10

IR-186 0.020 3, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 7.10, 5.10-9 1-9, 9-10 6, 1.10-10 4, 9.10-10

IR-186 0.020 5, 8.10-10 0.010 3, 6.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7-10-11, 6-11, 1.10

IR-1, 187 0.020 1.10-9 0.010 7, 3.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

IR-4, 188 0.020 6.10-9, 3.10 0.010 3-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-10 6, 3.10-10

IR-189 0.020 2, 5.10-9 0.010 1 7.10-9 8-10 5, 6.10, 2.10, 0.10-10 3-10 2-10, 4.10

IR-190 0.020 1, 0.10-8 0.010 7, 1.10-9 3-9, 2, 9.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 2.10-9

IR-190 m 0.020 9, 4.10-10 0.010 6, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10 2-10-1, 3.10, 5.10-1, 2.10 10-10

IR-0.020 190 m 7, 9.10, 11-5, 0.010 0.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11 8, 0.10-12

IR-192 0.020 1, 3.10-8 0.010 8, 7.10-9 4, 6.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

IR-192 m 2, 8.10-0.020 9 0.010 1, 4.10-9 8, 3.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3-3 10, 7.10, 1.10-10

IR-193m 0.020 3, 2.10-9 0.010 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6, 0.10-10 3, 4.10-2, 10-10-10

IR-194 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 9-9-4, 8.10, 9.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 3.10-9

IR-1, 194m 0.020 7.10-8 0.010 1, 1.10-8 6-9 4, 4.10, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

IR-0.020 195 1, 2.10-9, 3.10 0.010 7-10 3-10 2, 6.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

IR-0.020 195 m 2, 3.10-9 0.010 1.5x10-9 7, 3.10, 3.10-10 4-10 2-2 10, 1.10-10

Platinum

PT-186 0.020 7 8.10-10 0.010 5, 3.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10 9, 3.10-11

PT-188 0.020 6, 7.10-9 0.010 4, 5.10-9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-9, 9-10 7, 5.10 6.10-10

PT-189 0.020 1, 1.10-9 0.010 7, 4.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

PT-191 0.020 3, 1.10-9 0.010 2, 1.10-9 1, 1.10-9 6-10 4, 9.10, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10

PT-193 0.020 3, 7.10-10 0.010 2, 4.10-10 1, 2.10-10 6, 9.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 1.10-11

PT-193m 0.020 5, 2.10-9 0.010 3, 4.10-1, 9-10-9 9-10, 9.10 5, 6.10-10 4, 5.10-10

PT-195 m 0.020 7, 1.10-9 0.010 4, 6.10-9 2, 3.10-4.10-9 1, 9 7, 9.10-10 6, 3.10-10

PT-197 0.020 4, 7.10-9 0.010 3, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 8.10-10 5, 1.10-10 4 0.10-10

PT-1, 197m 0.020 0.10-9 0.010 6, 1.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 8, 4.10-11

PT-199 0.020 4, 7.10-10 0.010 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 5.10-11 5-11, 3-11, 9.10

PT-200 0.020 1-8, 4.10, 8.10-8 0.010 9 4, 4.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

Gold

Au-193 0.200 1, 2.10-9 0.100, 8.10-8 10 4, 6.10-10 2, 8.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 3.10-10

Au-194 0.200 2, 9.10-9 0.100 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 8, 1.10-10 5, 3.10-4, 2.10 10-10

Au-195 0.200 2, 4.10-9 0.100 1 7.10-9 8, 9.10-10 5, 4.10-10 3, 2.10-10, 5.10-2 10

Au-198 0.200 1, 0.10-8 0.100 7, 2.10-9 3, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

Au-198m 0.200 1, 2.10-8 0.100 8, 5.10-9 4, 4.10-9 2, 7.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

Au-199 0.200 4, 5.10-9 0.100 3, 1.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9, 5.10-10 5, 5.10-10 4, 4.10-10

Au-200 0.200 8, 3.10-10 0.100 4, 7.10-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-10 8-10-11, 6-11, 8.10

Au-200 m 0.200 9, 2.10-9 0.100 6, 6.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

Au-3 201 0.200, 1.10-10 0.100 1 7.10-10 8, 2.10-6.10-11 4, 11 3, 1.10-11 2, 4.10-11

Mercury

Hg-193-3, 3.10 1.000 10 1.000 1, 9.10-10 9, 8.10-11 5-11 3, 8.10, 9.10, 11-3, 1.10-11

0.800 4, 7.10-10 0.400 4, 4.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10 8, 3.10-6, 6.10 11-11

Hg-8 193 0.040, 5.10-10 0.020 5, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-1, 10-10-10 1 0.10-10 8, 2.10-11



Hg-1, 193m 1.000 1.10-9 1.000 6, 8.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 3.10, 5.10-1, 3.10 10-10

0.800 1, 6.10-9 0.400 1, 8.10-9 9, 5.10-10 6, 0.10-10 3-3 10, 7.10, 0.10-10

Hg-0.040 193m 3, 6.10-9 0.020 2, 4.10-1, 3.10 9-9 8-10 5, 1.10, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10



Hg-194 1.000 1, 3.10-7 1.000 1, 2.10-7 8-8-6, 4.10, 6.10-8 5, 5.10-8 5, 1.10-8

0.800 1, 1.10-7 0.400 4, 8.10-8 3, 5.10-8 2, 7.10-8 2-2 8, 3.10, 1.10-8

Hg-194 0.040 7, 2.10-9 0.020 3, 6.10, 6.10-9 2-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9 1-9, 4.10



Hg-195 1.000 3 1.000 0.10-10, 2-10, 1-10, 6-11, 4.10 4, 2.10-11 3, 4.10-11

0.800 4, 6.10-10 0.400 4, 8.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 3.10-11 7, 5.10-11

Hg-195 0.040 9, 5.10-10 0.020 6, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10 2-10, 1, 2.10-10, 9-10-11



Hg-195 m 2 1.000, 1.10-9 1.000 1, 3.10-9 6-10 4, 8.10, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 2.10-10

0.800 2, 6.10-9 0.400 2, 8.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 7.10, 1.10-10 5-10 4-10, 1.10


Hg-195 m 0.040 5, 8.10-9 0.020 3, 8.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-10



Hg-197, 9-10-1.000 10 1.000 6, 2.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 9, 9.10-11

0.800 1, 3.10-9 0.400 1, 2.10-9 6-10 3, 1.10, 7.11-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10-10

Hg-197 0.040 2, 5.10-9 0.020 1, 6.10-9 8-10 5, 3.10, 0.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10



Hg-197m 1.000 1, 5.10-1.000 9, 5.10 9-10 4, 8.10, 9.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 5.10-10

0.800 2, 2.10-9 0.400 2, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7-10-4, 3.10, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10

Hg-0.040 197m 5, 2.10-0.020 3, 4.10 9-1, 9-1, 9-10 0.10-9 5, 9.10-10 4-10-10



Hg-199m 3, 4.10-1.000 10 1.000 1, 9.10-10 9, 3.10-11 5, 3.10-11 3, 6.10-11 2, 8.10-11

0.800 3, 6.10-10 0.400 2, 1.10-10 1 0.10-10 5, 8.10, 9.10-11 3-3 11, 1.10-11

Hg-199m 0.040, 7.10 3-10 0.020 2, 1.10-10 1 0.10-10 5, 9.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 1.10-11



Hg-203 1.000 1.5x10-8 1.000 1, 1.10-8 5, 7.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2-9-1, 3.10, 9.10-9

0.800 1, 3.10-6, 4.10 0.400 8-9 3-9, 4.10 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

Hg-203 0.040 5, 5.10-9 0.020 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6-10-10, 5-10, 4.10

talium

TL-194 1.000 6, 1.10-11 1.000 3, 9.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 0.10-11 8, 1.10-12

TL-194m 3, 1.000 10 1.000 8.10-2, 2.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 0.10-11 4-4 11, 9.10, 0.10-11

TL-195 1.000 2, 3.10-10 1.000 1, 4.10, 5.10-10 7-11, 4-11 3-10, 3.10-2, 11-10-11

TL-197, 1.10-2 1.000 10 1.000 1, 3.10-10 6, 7.10-11 4, 2.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

TL-4, 198 1.000 7.10-10 1.000 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 8-10-11, 7-11, 3.10

TL-198m 4, 8.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10 9-10-11, 6-11, 5-10, 4.10-11

TL-199-2, 3.10 1.000 10 1.000 1, 5.10-10 7-10-11, 4-11, 8.10 3, 11 2, 2.10-6.10-11

TL-1, 3.10 1.000 200-1.000 9 9, 1.10-10 5, 3.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2-2 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

TL-201-8, 4.10 1.000 10 1.000 5, 5.10, 9.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10, 5.10 9-11

TL-2, 9.10 202 1.000-1.000 9 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9 7, 9.10-10 5, 4.10, 5.10-10 4-10

TL-204 1.000 1, 3.10-8 8, 1.000 5.10-9 4, 2.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

lead

PB-195 m 0.600 2, 6.10-10 0.200 1, 6.10-10 8, 4.10-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 5.10-2, 9.10, 11-11

PB-198 0.600 5, 9.10-10 0.200 4, 8.10-2, 10-1, 10-10-10-10 1-1 10, 1.10, 0.10-10

PB-199 0.600 3, 5.10-10 0.200 2, 6.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 4.10-11 6, 3.10-4.10-11 5, 11

PB-200 0.600 2, 5.10-9 0.200 2, 0.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 0.10-10 4-4 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

PB-201 0.600 9-10 0.200, 4.10, 8.10 7-10 4-10-2, 3.10, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 6.10-10

PB-3, 4.10 0.600 202-8 0.200 1, 6.10-8 1, 3.10-8 1-2 8, 9.10, 7.10, 8.10-8 8-9

PB-202m 0.600 7, 6.10-10 0.200 6, 1.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 3.10-10

PB-203 0.600 1, 6.10-9, 3.10 0.200 1-9 6-10-4, 8.10, 3.10-2, 10-10-10 2, 4.10-10

PB-205 0.600 2, 1.10-9 0.200 9, 9.10-10 6, 2.10-10 6, 1.10-10 6, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10

PB-209 0.600 5, 7.10-10 0.200 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11, 5-11-10

Pb-210 0.600 8, 4.10-6 0.200 3, 6.10-6 2, 2.10-6 1-1 6, 9.10 9.10-6 6, 9.10-7

PB-211 0.600 3, 1.10-9 0.200, 4.10-1 9 7, 1.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2, 7.10-10 1, 8.10-10

PB-212 0.600 1.5x10-7 0.200 6, 3.10, 3.10-8 3-8 2-8, 1-8 6, 3.10, 0.10-9

PB-214 0.600 2, 7.10-9 0.200 1, 0.10-9 5, 2.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 4.10-10

Bismuth

The BI-200 0.100 4, 2.10-10 0.050 2, 7.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 5.10-6, 4.10-11 11 5, 1.10-11

BI-201 0.100 1, 0.10-9 0.050 6, 7.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

BI-202 0.100 6, 4.10-4, 4.10 0.050 10-10-2, 10-1, 5.10 6.10-10 1, 1.10-10 8, 9.10-11

BI-203 0.100 3, 5.10-9 0.050 2, 5.10-9 1-9, 4.10 9, 3.10-10 6, 0.10-10 4, 8.10-10

BI-205 0.100 6, 1.10-9 0.050 4, 5.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 9, 0.10-10

BI-206 0.100 1-8, 4.10 0.050 1, 0.10-8 5, 7.10, 7.10 3-9, 9-2, 9-1, 4.10 9.10-9

BI-207 0.100 1, 0.10-8 0.050 7, 1.10-9 3-9, 2, 9.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9

BI-210 0.100 1.5x10-8 9, 0.050 7.10-9 4, 8.10, 9.10-9 2-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

BI-2, Maine-0.100 1.10-7 0.050 9, 1.10-8 4-8 3-10, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 5.10-8

BI-212 0.100 3, 2.10-9 0.050 1, 8.10-8, 9-10-10 5-10, 3-10-2, 3.10, 6.10-10

BI-213 0.100 2, 5.10-9 0.050 1, 4.10-6, 9-10-10 3, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

BI-214 0.100 1-9, 4.10, 4.10 0.050 7-10 3-10 2, 6.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

Polonium

After-203 1.000 2, 9.10-10 0.500 2, 4.10-1, 3.10 10-10 8-11 5, 5.10, 8.10-11 4, 6.10-11

After-205 1.000 3, 5.10-10 0.500 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11 5, 8.10-11

After-207 1.000 4, 4.10-10 0.500 5, 7.10, 2.10-10 3-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

After 1.000 210 2-6.10-8.10 0.500 8, 5-6, 4-6, 4.10 2, 6.10, 6.10-6 1-6 1, 2.10-6

astatine

At-207 1.000 2, 5.10-9 1.000 1, 6.10-9 8, 0.10-10 4, 8.10, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 4.10-10

At-211 1.000 1, 2.10-7 1.000 7 8.10-8 3, 8.10-8 2, 3.10, 3.10-8 1-1 8, 1.10-8

francium

FR-222 1.000 6, 2.10-9 1.000 3, 9.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 5.10-10 7, 2.10-10

FR-223 1.000 2, 6.10-8 1.000 1, 7.10-8 8-9 5, 3.10, 0.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9

Radium

RA-223 0.600 5, 3.10-6 0.200 1, 1.10-6 5, 7.10-7 4, 5.10-7 3, 7.10-7 1,-7

RA-224 0.600 2, 7.10-6 0.200, 6.10-6 7 3, 5.10-7 2-2 7, 6.10, 0.10-7 6, 5.10-8

RA-225 0.600 7, 1.10-6 0.200 1, 2.10-6 6, 1.10-7 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 7-7 9, 9.10-8

RA-226 0.600 4, 7.10-6 0.200 9, 6.10-7 6-7 8, 2.10, 0.10-7 1, 5.10-6 2, 8.10-7

RA-227 0.600 1, 1.10-9 0.200 4, 3.10-10 2, 5.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 3.10-10 8, 1.10-11

RA-228 0.600 3, 0.10-5 5 0.200, 7.10-6, 4.10 3-6 3-6 5, 9.10, 3.10-6 6, 9.10-7

Actinium

AC-224 0.005 1, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8-10 7, 8.10, 0.10-10

The AC-225 0.005 4, 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-7 9, 1.10-8, 4.10, 5-8 3-8, 2-8, 4.10

AC-1, 226 0.005 4.10-7 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-8 3, 8.10-8 2, 3.10, 3.10-8 1-1 8, 0.10-8

AC-227 0.005 3, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 3-6 2, 1.10, 2.10-6 1, 5.10-6 1, 2.10-6 1, 1.10-6

AC-228 0.005, 4.10 7-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 2-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 7.10-10 5-10-4, 3.10, 3.10-10

thorium

Th-226 0.005 4, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-9 1-9, 2.10 6, 7.10-10 4, 5.10-10 3, 5.10-10

Th-227 0.005 3, 0.10-7 5, 0.10-0.10-4 7, 8 3, 6.10-8 2, 3.10-8 1, 5.10-8 8, 8.10-9

Th-228 0.005 3-6 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-7 2, 2.10-7 1, 5.10-7 9, 4.10-8 7, 2.10-8

Th-229 0.005 1, 1.10-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-6 7, 8.10-7 6, 2.10-7 5-7-4, 3.10, 9.10-7

Th-230 0.005 4, 1.10-6 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-7 3, 1.10-7 2-2 7, 4.10, 2.10-7 2, 1.10-7

Th-231 0.005 3, 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7-10 4, 4.10, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10

Th-232 0.005 4, 6.10-6 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-7 3, 5.10-7 2-2 7, 9.10, 5.10-7 2, 3.10-7

Th-234 0.005 4 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-8 1, 3.10-8, 4.10 7-9 4-9, 2.10 3, 4.10-9

PA

PA-5, 227 0.005 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8-10-10, 5-10-4, 8.10, 5.10-10

PA-228 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-9, 9-10-10 7, 8.10-10

PA-230 0.005 2, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 7.10-9 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 9, 2.10-10

PA-231 0.005 1, 3.10-5 5, 0-1 4, 3.10-6 1-6 9, 1.10, 2.10-7 8, 0.10-7 7, 1.10-7

PA-232 0.005 6, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 4.10 8, 9.10-10 7, 2.10-10

PA-233 9 0.005, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-9, 2.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 8, 7.10-10

PA-234 0.005 5, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 3, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 0.10-6, 4.10 9-10 5, 1.10-10

Uranus

U-230 0.040 7, 9.10-7 0.020 3, 0.10-7 1-1 7, 5.10, 0.10-7 6-8 5, 6.10, 6.10-8

U-231 0.040 3, 1.10-9 0.020 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6, 1.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10

U-232 0.040 2, 5.10-6 0.020 8, 2.10-7 5, 8.10-7 5, 7.10-7 6, 4.10-7 3, 3.10-7

U-233 0.040 3, 8.10-7 0.020 1, 4.10-7 9, 2.10-8 7-8 7, 8.10, 8.10-8 5, 1.10-8

U-234 0.040, 7.10 3-7 0.020 1, 3.10-7 8, 8.10-8 7-8 7, 4.10, 4.10-8 4, 9.10-8

U-235 0.040 3, 5.10-7 0.020 1, 3.10-7 8, 5.10-8 7-8 7, 1.10, 0.10-8 4, 7.10-8

U-236 0.040 3, 5.10-7 0.020 1, 3.10-8, 4.10 7-8 7-8 7, 0.10, 0.10-8 4, 7.10-8

U-237 0.040 8, 3.10-0.020 5, 4.10 9-9 2, 8.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9, 5.10-10 7, 6.10-10

U-238 0.040 3, 4.10-7 0.020 1, 2.10-7 8, 0.10-8 6, 8.10-8 6, 7.10-8 4, 5.10-8

U-239 0.040 3, 4.10-10 0.020 1, 9.10-10 9, 3.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 5.10 3-11 2-10-11

U-1, 3.10 0.040 240-8 0.020 8, 1.10-9 4, 1.10-9 2, 4.10, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9

neptunium

NP-232 0.005 8, 7.10-11 5, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-2, 11-1, 11-10-10-11 1, 2.10-11 9-12, 7.10

NP-233 0.005 2, 1.10-11 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-6, 11-4, 12-12 2-2 12, 8.10, 2.10-12

NP-234 0.005 6, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-4 9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 8, 1.10-10

NP-235 0.005 7, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10 6, 8.10-11 5, 3.10-11

NP-1, 236 0.005 9.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 4.10, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 8.10, 7.10-8

NP-0.005 236 2, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-6, 9-10 4 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10 1, 9.10-10

NP-237 0.005 2, 0.10-6 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-7 1-1 7, 4.10, 1.10-7 1-1 7, 1.10, 1.10-7

NP-238 9 0.005, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-9, 2.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 9, 1.10-10

NP-239 0.005 8, 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 5, 7.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 0.10-9 8, 0.10-10

NP-240 0.005 8, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 8, 2.10-11

plutonium

Pu-234 0.005 2, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 1.10, 5.10-10 3-10-2, 3.10, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

Pu-0.005 235 2, 2.10-11 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-11 6, 5.10-12 3, 9.10-12 2-2 12, 7.10, 1.10-12

Pu-236 0.005 2, 1.10-6 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-7 1-1 7, 4.10, 0.10-7 8-8 8, 5.10, 7.10-8

Pu-237 0.005 1, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

Pu-238 0.005 4, 5, 6 0.10-0.10-0.10-4 4 7 3, 1.10-7 2-2 7, 4.10, 2.10-7 2, 3.10-7

Pu-239 0.005 4, 2.10-6 5, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-7 3, 3.10-7 2, 7.10-7 2-2 7, 4.10, 5.10-7


Pu-240 0.005 4, 2.10-6 5, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-7 3, 3.10-7 2, 7.10-7 2-2 7, 4.10, 5.10-7

Pu-241 0.005 5, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5-5 9, 7.10, 5.10-9 5, 1.10-9 4-4 9, 8.10, 8.10-9

Pu-242 0.005 4, 5, 6 0.10-0.10-0.10-4 4 7 3, 7 2, 2.10-6.10-7 2-2 7, 3.10, 4.10-7

Pu-243 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 6, 2.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 8, 5.10-11

Pu-244 0.005 4, 5, 6 0.10-0.10-4 4-7-3, 1.10, 2.10-7 2, 6.10-7 2-2 7, 3.10, 4.10-7

Pu-245 0.005 8, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 5, 1.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 9.10-10 7, 2.10-10

Pu-246 0.005 3-8 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-8 1, 2.10-8 7, 1.10-9 4, 1.10-9 3, 3.10-9

americium

Am-237 0.005 1 7.10-10 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 10 5, 5.10-11 3, 3.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

Am-238 0.005 2, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-10 9, 1.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11

Am-239 0.005 2, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 8, 4.10-105, 1.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

Am-240 0.005 4-9 5-10, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 7, 3.10-10 5, 8.10-10

Am-241 0.005 3-6 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 3, 7.10, 7.10-7 2-7 2-2 7, 2.10, 0.10-7 2, 0.10-7

Am-242 0.005 5, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 2, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-6, 4.10 9-10 3-3 10, 7.10, 0.10-10

Am-242 m 0.005 3-6 5, 1.10, 0.10-4 3, 0.10-7 2-2 7, 3.10, 0.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 9.10-7

Am-243 0.005 3, 6.10-6 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10, 7.10-7 2-7 2-2 7, 2.10, 0.10-7 2, 0.10-7

Am-244 0.005 4, 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-9 1-9 9, 6.10, 6.10-10 5, 10 4, 8.10-6.10-10

Am-244m 0.005 3, 7.10-10 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-10 9, 6.10-11 5, 5.10-11 3, 7.10-11 2, 9.10-11

Am-245 0.005 6, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-1, 3.10-10 10 7, 9.10, 11-6, 2.10-11

Am-246 0.005 6, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 3.10-11 5, 8.10-11

Am-246m 0.005 3, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 4.10-11 4, 4.10-11 3, 4.10-11

curium

Cm-238 0.005 7 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10, 0.10-10 8-11

Cm-240 0.005 2, 2.10-7 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-8 2, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8 9, 2.10-9 7, 6.10-9

Cm-241 0.005 1, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-4, 5-9 3-10, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 9, 1.10-10

Cm-242 0.005 5-5 7, 9.10, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-8 3, 9.10-8 2, 4.10, 5.10-8 1-1 8, 2.10-8

Cm-243 0.005 3-6 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-7 2, 2.10-7 1, 6.10-7 1-1 7, 4.10, 5.10-7

Cm-244 0.005 2-6 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 4.10,-7 1, 2.10-7 1, 2.10-7

Cm-245 0.005 3-6 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-7 2, 8.10-7 2-2 7, 3.10, 1.10-7 2, 1.10-7

Cm-246 0.005 3-6 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-7 2, 8.10-7 2, 2.10-7 2-2 7, 1.10, 1.10-7

Cm-247 0.005 3, 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-7 2-2 7, 6.10, 1.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 9.10-7

Cm-248 0.005 1-5 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 1-1 6, 4.10, 0.10-8, 4.10 6-7 7-7 7, 7.10, 7.10-7

Cm-249 0.005 3, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 1.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 1.10-11

Cm-250 0.005 7 8.10-5 5, 0.10-4 8, 2.10-6 6, 0.10-6 4, 9.10-6 4-6 4, 4.10, 4.10-6

Berkelium

BK-245 0.005 6, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 9, 2, 9.10-0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 2.10-10, 5-10-10

BK-246 0.005 3, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 4.10-10 6, 0.10-10 4, 8.10-10

BK-0.005 247 8, 9.10-6 5, 0.10-4 8, 6.10-7 6-7 4, 3.10, 6.10-8.10-7 3, 7 3, 5.10-7

BK-249 0.005 2, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 4.10-9 1-9 9, 1.10, 7.11-10

BK-250 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-10 4, 4.10-10 2, 7.10, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10-10

californium

CF-244 9 0.005, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-10 2, 4.10-1, 3.10 10-10 8-11 7, 9.10, 0.10-11

The CF-5, 246 0.005 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 4.10-8 1, 2.10-8 7-9-4, 3.10, 1.10-9 3, 3.10-9

CF-248 0.005 1.5x10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-7 9, 9.10-8 6, 0.10-8 3, 3.10-8 2, 8.10-8

CF-249 9 0.005, 0.10-6 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-7 6-7 4, 4.10, 7.10-7 3-3 7, 8.10, 5.10-7

CF-250 0.005 5-6 5, 7.10, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-7 3, 7.10-7 2, 3.10-7 1-1 7, 7.10, 6.10-7

CF-251 0.005 9, 1.10-6 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-8 7 6, 5.10-7 4, 7.10-7 3-3 7, 9.10, 6.10-7

Cf-252 0.005 5, 6 5, 0.10-0.10-4 5-7 3, 1.10, 2.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 0.10-7 9, 0.10-8

CF-253 0.005 1, 0.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 6, 0.10-9 3, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

CF-0.005 254 1-5 5, 1.10, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-6 1-6, 4.10, 4.10 8-7 5, 0.10, 0.10-7 4-7

Einsteinium

250 2 of the EC-0.005, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-5, 11-3, 11-10-10-11 2-2 11, 6.10, 1.10-11

EC-1, 251 0.005 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 6-10 3, 1.10, 7.11-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10-10

EC-1, 253 0.005 7.10-7 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-8 2, 3.10-8 1-8, 4.10 7, 6.10-9 6, 1.10-9

EC-1, 254 0.005 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-7 9, 8.10-8 6, 0.10-8 3, 3.10-8 2, 8.10-8

EC-254m 0.005 5, 7.10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 3 8 1, 5.10-8 9, 1.10, 2.10-9 5-9 4-9, 2.10

fermium

FM-252 0.005 3, 8.10-8 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-8 9-9 5, 9.10, 9.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 7.10-9

FM-253 0.005 2, 5.10-8 5, 0-4 6, 7.10-3, 4.10 9-2, 9-1, 9 1.10 1.10-9 9, 1.10-10

FM-254 0.005 5, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 6.10-10 4, 4.10-10

FM-255 0.005 3, 3.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1-8 9, 9.10, 5.10-9 5, 6.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 5.10-9

FM-257 0.005 9, 8.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-7 6, 5.10-8 4, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 5.10-8

mendelevium

MD-257 0.005 3, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-8 10 4, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

MD-258 0.005 6, 3.10-7 5, 0.10-4 8, 9.10-8 5, 0.10, 0.10-8 3-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 3.10-8



Table 6



Conversion factors for the conversion of hinh inhalation intakes of radionuclides

aerosols on time effective dose for individuals of the population.



Conversion factors for inhaled intake are hinh listed depending

on the type of absorption in the lungs.



Appropriate parameters for the individual chemicals and compounds are

listed in table 3 of this annex.



Conversion factors are listed for the age group under 1 year, 1 to 2

years 2 to 7 years, 7-12 years, 12 to 17 years of age and older for 17 years, which is the

conversion factor for those adults.

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element of the age 1 year h < f1 [Sv/Bq]

Nuclide is inh

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type f1 hinh > 1 year 1-2 2-7 7-12 1 2-17 > 17

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hydrogen

H-3 (F) 1.000 2, 6.10 11 1.000-2, 0.10-11 1, 1.10-8, 2.10 11-12 5-6 12, 9.10, 2.10-12

M-3, 4.10 0.200 10 0.100 2, 7.10-10 1, 4.10-10 8, 2.10-11 5-11-4, 3.10, 5.10-11

With 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 1, 0.10-9 6-10 3, 3.10, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 6.10-10

beryllium

Be-7 M 2, 5.10-0.020 10 0.005 2, 1.10-1, 2.10 10-10 8-11 6, 3.10, 2.10-11 5, 0.10-11

With 0.020 2, 8.10-10 0.005 2, 4.10, 4.10-10 1-10 9, 6.10-8.10-11 6, 11 5, 5.10-11

The be-10 M 0.020 4, 1.10-8, 4.10 0.005 3-8 2-8, 1-8-1, 3.10, 1.10-8 9, 6.10-9

9, with 9.10-0.020 8 9 0.005, 1.10-8 6-8 4, 1.10, 2.10-8 3-3 8, 7.10, 5.10-8

carbon

C-11 (F) 1.000 1, 0.10-10 1.000 7, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 1.10-11

M 0.200 1.5x10-10 0.100 1, 1.10-10 4, 11 3, 9.10-2.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11

With 0.020 1, 6.10-10 0.010 1, 1.10-10 5, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

C-14 (F) 1.000 6, 1.10-10 1.000 6, 7.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-2 10, 9.10, 0.10-10

M 8 0.200, 3.10-9 0.100 6, 6.10-9 4, 0.10-9 2, 8.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 0.10-9

1, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 1, 7.10, 1.10-8 1-8 7-9-6, 4.10, 4.10, 8.10-9 5-9

fluorine

F-18 F 2, 1.000 10 1.000-1, 9.10-10 9, 1.10-11 5-11, 3-11, 4.10, 8.10 2-11

M 4, 1.10-1.000 10 1.000 2, 9.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9-10-11, 6-11, 9.10 5, 6.10-11

With 1.000 4, 2.10-10, 1.10 1.000 3-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 7, 3.10-5, 9.10, 11-11

sodium

At-22 (F) 1.000 9, 7.10-9 1.000 7, 3.10-9 3, 8.10-9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

On-24 (F) 1.000 2, 3.10-9 1.000 1, 8.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5-10-10, 3-10, 4.10 2, 7.10-10

magnesium

Mg-28 (F) 1.000 5, 3.10-9 0.500 4, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 3.10-10 7 6, 0.10-10

1.000 m 7, 3.10-9, 2.10 7 0.500-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

aluminum

Al-26 F 0.020 8, 1.10-8 0.010 6, 2.10-8 3-8-2, 2.10, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 1.10-8

0.020 m 8, 8.10-8 0.010 7-8, 4.10, 4.10 4-8 2-2 8, 9.10, 2.10, 0.10-8 2-8

Silicon

SI-31 F 0.020 3, 6.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 9, 5.10-11 5-11 3, 9.10, 11 2, 2.10-7.10-11

0.020 m 6, 9.10-10 0.010 4, 4.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8-11 7, 9.10, 4.10-11

With 0.020 7, 2.10-10 0.010 4, 7.10, 2.10-10 2-10 1-10 9, 4.10, 5.10-7, 9.10, 11-11

SI-32 F 0.020 3, 0.10-8 0.010 2, 3.10-8 1, 1.10-8, 4.10 6-9 3-3 9, 8.10, 2.10-9

0.020 m 7, 1.10-8 0.010 6, 0.10-8 3, 6.10-8, 4.10 2-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 7.10-8

With 0.020 2, 8.10-7 0.010 2, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 3.10-7 1-1 7, 1.10 1.10-7

phosphorus

P-32 F 1.000 1, 2.10-8 0.800 7, 5.10-9, 2.10 3-9 1-9 9, 8.10, 8.10-10 7, 7.10-10

1.000 m 2, 2.10-8 0.800 1.5x10-8 8, 0.10-9 5-9-4, 3.10, 0.10-3, 4.10 9-9

P-33 (F) 1.000 1, 2.10-9 0.800 7 8.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-10 9, 1.10, 2.10-11

M 1.000 6, 1.10-9 0.800 4, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9

sulphur

S-35 (F) 1.000 5, 5.10-10 0.800 3, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 6, 0.10-11 5, 1.10-11

(inorganic) M 0.200 5, 9.10-9 0.100, 5.10 4-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

With 0.020 7, 7.10-9 0.010 6, 0.10-9 3, 6.10, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 3.10-9 1-9, 9.10

chlorine-free

CL-36 F 1.000 3, 9.10-9 1.000 2, 6.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 1.10-10 3, 9.10-10 3, 3.10-10

M 1.000 3 1.000, 1.10-8 2-8 1-1 8, 5.10, 0.10-8 8, 8.10-9 7, 3.10-9

CL-38 (F) 1.000 2, 9.10-10 1.000 1, 9.10-10 8-11, 4.10, 5, 1.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11

M 1.000 4, 7.10-10 1.000 3, 0.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 5.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 5.10 4-11


CL-39 (F) 1.000 2, 7.10-10 1.000 1, 8.10-8, 4.10-10 11 5, 1.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 5.10-11

M-4, 3.10-1.000 10 1.000 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 5.10-11 5, 6.10, 6.10 11-4-11

potassium

K-40 (F) 1.000 2-8, 4.10, 1.000 1, 7.10-8 7, 5.10-9 4, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 1.10-9

K-42 (F) 1.000 1, 6.10-9 1.000 1, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-10 2-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

K-43 (F) 1.000 1, 3.10-1.000 9, 9-4, 10-10-10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 4.10-10

K-44 (F) 1.000 2, 2.10-10 1.000 1, 4.10, 5.10-10 6-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

K-45 (F) 1.000 1, 5.10-10 1.000 1, 0.10-10 4, 8.10-11 3, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

calcium

CA-41 F 0.600 6, 7.10-10 0.300, 8.10 3-10 2-3 10, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10 1-10-10

M 0.200 4, 2.10-10 0.100 2, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 7.10-10 1, 6.10-10 9, 5.10-11

With 0.020 6, 7.10-10 0.010 6, 0.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 8.10-10

CA-45 F 5, 0.600 7.10-9 0.300 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 0.10-9 7, 6.10, 6.10-10 4-10

M 0.200 1, 2.10-8 0.100, 8.10-8 9 5, 3.10-9 3-3 9, 9.10, 5.10-9 2, 7.10-9

With 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 1, 2.10-8 7, 2.10-9 5, 1.10-9 4-9 3-9-10

CA-47 F 0.600 4, 9.10-9 0.300 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 6, 1.10-10 5, 5.10-10

M 0.200 1, 0.10-8 0.100 7, 7.10-9 4, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9 1-9, 9.10

With 0.020 1, 2.10-8 0.010 8, 5.10-9 4, 6.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

scandium

SC-43 with a 0.001 9, 3.10-10 1 0.10-4 6, 7.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

SC-44 with a 0.001 1, 6.10-9 1, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 5, 6.10, 6.10-10 3-10 2-10-1, 3.10, 8.10-10

SC-44 with 1 0.001, 1.10-8 1, 0.10-4 8, 4.10-4 9, 2.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

SC-46 with a 0.001 2, 8.10-8 1, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-8 1-8 9, 4.10, 8.10-9 8-9-6, 4.10, 8.10-9

SC-47 with 4 0.001, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-2 4, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 1.10-9 9, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-10

SC-48 with a 0.001, 8.10 7-9 1-4 5, 0.10 to 9.10-9 3, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

SC-49, with 9.10 0.001 3-10 1-4, 2-10-1, 4.10, 1.10-10 7, 1.10-11 4-4 11, 7.10, 0.10-11

Titan

TI-44 F 0.020 3, 1.10-7 0.010 2, 6.10-7 1, 5.10-7 9, 6.10, 6.10-8 6-8 6, 1.10-8

0.020 m 1, 7.10-7 0.010 1.5x10-7 9, 2.10-8 5, 9.10-8 4-4 8, 6.10, 2.10-8

With 0.020 3, 2.10-7 0.010 3, 1.10-7 2, 1.10-7 1, 5.10-7 1-1 7, 3.10, 2.10-7

TI-45 F 0.020 4, 4.10-10 0.010 3, 2.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 1.10-11 5-11, 1.10, 2.10 4-11

0.020 m 7-10, 4.10 0.010 5, 2.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 6.10, 1.10-10 8, 8.10-11

With 0.020 7, 7.10-10 0.010 5, 5.10-10 2, 7.10, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 9, 3.10-11

vanadium

V-47 F 0.020 1, 8.10-10 0.010 1, 2.10-10 5, 6.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

0.020 m 2, 8.10-10 0.010 1, 9.10-10 8, 6.10-11 5, 5.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 9.10-11

V-48 F 0.020 8, 4.10-6, 4.10 0.010 9-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

0.020 m 1, 4.10-8 0.010 1, 1.10-8 6-9-4, 3.10, 3.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9

In-49 F 0.020 2, 0.10-10 0.010 1, 6.10-10 7-10-11, 4-11-2, 3.10, 5.10-11 2, 1.10-11

0.020 m 2, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 3.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 4.10-11

chrome

CR-48 F 0.200 7, 6.10-10 0.100 6, 0.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10 9, 9.10-11

M 0.200 1, 1.10-9 0.100 9, 1.10-10 5, 1.10-10 3, 4.10, 5.10-10 2-2 10, 0.10-10

With 0.200 1, 2.10-9 0.100 9, 8.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10, 8.10 2, 2.10-10

CR-49 F 0.200 1, 9.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 0.10-11 3, 7.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 9.10-11

M 0.200 3, 0.10-10 0.100 2, 0.10-10 9, 5.10-11 6, 1.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

With 0.200 3, 1.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 9, 9.10-6, 4.10-11 11 4, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11

CR-51 F 0.200 1 7.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 3.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

M 0.200 2, 6.10-10 0.100 1, 9.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 4.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 2.10-11

With 0.200 2, 6.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 5.10-3, 11-11-10

manganese

MN-51 F 0.200 2, 5.10-10 0.100 1 7.10-10 7, 5.10-11 4-11 2-2 11, 7.10, 3.10-11

M 0.200 4 0.10-10 0.100 2, 7.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 8.10-11 5-11, 4-11, 1.10

MN-52 F 0.200 7, 0.10-9 0.100 5, 5.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 9, 4.10-10

M 0.200 8, 6.10-8.10 0.100 6, 9-3, 9-10-9-2, 9-1, 4.10 7.10-9 1-9, 4.10

MN-52 F 0.200 1, 9.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 9.10-11

M 0.200 2, 8.10-10 0.100 1, 9.10-10 8-10-11, 5-11, 5.10 3, 4.10-11 2, 9.10-11

MN-53 F 0.200 3, 2.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 0.10-11 3, 4.10-11 2, 9.10-11

M 4 0.200, 6.10-10 0.100, 4.10 3-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 0.10-10 6, 4.10, 4.10-11 5-11

MN-54 F 0.200 5, 2.10-9 0.100 4, 1.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9-10 9, 9.10, 5.10-10

M 0.200 7, 5.10-9 0.100 6, 2.10-9 3, 8.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9

MN-56 F 0.200 6, 9.10-10 0.100 4, 9.10-10 2, 3.10-4.10-10 1 10 7 8.10-11 6, 4.10-11

M 0.200 1, 1.10-9 0.100, 8.10 7-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 4.10, 5.10-1, 2.10 10-10

iron

Fe-52 F 0.600 5, 2.10-9 0.100 3, 6.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 9.10-10 4, 9.10-10 3, 9.10-10

M 0.200 5, 8.10-9 0.100 4, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 7-10 6, 4.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 6, 0.10-9 0.010, 2.10 4-9 2-9, 1-9, 3.10 7, 7.10-10 6, 3.10-10

Fe-55 F 0.600 4, 2.10-9 0.100 3, 2.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 4.10-10 7, 7.10-10

M 0.200 1, 9.10-9 0.100 1, 4.10-9 9, 9.10-10 6, 2.10-10 4, 4.10, 8.10-10 3-10

With 0.020 1, 0.10-9 8 0.010, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 0.10-10 1, 8.10-10

Fe-59 F 0.600 2, 1.10-8 0.100 1, 3.10-8 7-9, 1.10, 2.10 4-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 2.10-9

M 0.200 1, 8.10-8 0.100 1, 3.10-8 7, 9.10, 5.10-9 5-9 4-9 3-9-10

With 0.020 1 7.10-8 0.010 1, 3.10-8 8, 1.10-9 5-5 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 4, 0.10-9

Fe-60 F 0.600 4, 4.10-7 0.100 3, 9.10-7 3-3 7, 5.10, 2.10-7 2-2 7, 9.10, 8.10-7

M 0.200 2, 0.10-7 0.100 1 7.10-7 1, 6.10-7 1-1 7, 4.10, 4.10, 4.10-7 1-7

With 0.020 9, 3.10-8 0.010 8, 8.10-8 6, 7.10-8 5, 2.10-8 4-4 8, 9.10 9.10-8

cobalt

Co-55 F 0.600 2, 2.10-9 0.100 1, 8.10-9 9, 0.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3, 1.10-2, 10-10-10

M 4 0.200, 1.10-9 0.100 3, 1.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 8.10-10 6, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-10

With 0.020 4, 6.10-9, 3.10 0.010 3-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 3.10-10

Co-56 F 0.600 1-8, 4.10 0.100 1, 0.10-8 5, 5.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 8.10-9

M 0.200 2, 5.10-8 0.100 2, 1.10-8 1, 1.10-8 7-9 5, 4.10, 8.10-9 4, 8.10-9

2, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 2, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 0.10, 0.10-8 8-9 6, 7.10-9

Co-57 F 0.600 1, 5.10-9 0.100 1, 1.10-9 5, 6.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 3.10, 9.10-10

M 0.200 2, 8.10-9 0.100 2, 2.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 5.10-10 6, 7.10-10 5, 5.10-10

With 0.020 4, 4.10-9 0.010 3, 7.10-9, 3.10-2 9 1, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10, 0.10-9

Co-58 F 0.600 4 0.10-0.10 0.100 3, 9-1, 9-1, 9-6, 4.10 9-10 5, 3.10-10

M 0.200 7, 3.10-9 0.100 6, 5.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9

With 0.020 9, 0.10-9 0.010 7, 5.10-9 4, 5.10-9 3, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

Co-58 m F 0.600 4, 8.10-11 0.100 3, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 1.10-11 5-5 12, 9.10, 2.10-12

M 0.200 1, 1.10-10 0.100 7, 6.10-8.10-11 3, 11 2, 4.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

With 0.020 1, 3.10-10 0.010 9, 0.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

Co-60 F 0.600 3, 0.10-8 0.100 2, 3.10-8 1-8, 4.10 8, 9.10-9 6-9 5, 1.10, 2.10-9

M 0.200 4, 2.10-8, 4.10 0.100 3-8 2-8, 1.10 1.5x10-8 1-1 8, 2.10, 0.10-8

With 0.020 9, 2.10-8 0.010 8, 6.10-8 5-8 4, 9.10, 0.10-8 3-3 8, 4.10, 1.10-8

Co-60 m F 0.600 4, 4.10-12 0.100 2, 8.10-12 1, 5.10-12 1, 0.10-8 12, 3.10-13 6, 9.10-13

M 0.200 7, 1.10-12 0.100 4, 7.10, 7.10-12 2-12 1-1 12, 8.10, 5.10-12 1, 2.10-12

With 0.020 7, 6.10-12 0.010 5, 1.10-12 2-2 12, 9.10, 0.10-12 1-1 12, 7.10, 4.10-12

Co-61 F 0.600 2, 1.10-10 0.100 1, 4.10-10 6, 0.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 9.10-11

M 0.200 4 0.10-10 0.100 2, 7.10-10 1, 2.10-10 8, 2.10-5, 11-4, 11-10-10-11

With 0.020 4, 3.10-10 0.010 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 8.10-11 6, 1.10-11 5, 1.10-11

Co-62 m F 0.600 1-10, 4.10, 5.10-0.100 9 11 4, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

M 0.200 1, 9.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

With 0.020 2, 0.10-10 0.010 1, 3.10-10 6, 3.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

nickel

NI-56 (F) 0.100 3, 3.10-9 0.050 2, 8.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 8.10, 9.10-10 4-10

M 0.100 4, 9.10-9 0.050 4, 1.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 1.10-9 8, 7.10-10

With 0.020 5, 5.10-9 0.010 4, 6.10-9 2, 7.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

NI-57 F 0.100 2, 2.10-9 0.050 1, 8.10, 9.10 8-9-10 5, 5.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10

0.100 m 3, 6.10-9 0.050 2, 8.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 5.10-10 6, 2.10, 0.10-10 5-10

3, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.010 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 0.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 3.10-10

NI-59 F 0.100 9, 6.10-10 0.050 8, 1.10-10 4, 5.10-10 2, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10-10

M 0.100 7, 9.10-10 0.050 6, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 3.10-10

With 0.020 1 7.10-9 0.010 1.5x10-9 9, 5.10-10 5, 9.10-10 4-4 10, 6.10, 4.10-10

NI-63 F 0.100 2, 3.10-9 0.050 2, 0.10-9 1, 1.10-9 6, 7.10-10 4-4 10, 6.10, 4.10-10

0.100 m 2, 5.10-9 0.050 1, 9.10, 1.10-9 1-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 3.10-4, 8.10 10-10

With 0.020 4, 8.10-9, 3.10-0.010 4 9 2, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 3.10-9

NI-65 F 0.100 4, 4.10-10 0.050 3, 0.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 5.10-11 4-4 11, 9.10, 1.10-11

M 0.100 7, 7.10-10 0.050 5, 2.10-10 2, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 8, 5.10-11

With 0.020 8, 1.10-10 0.010 5, 5.10-10 2, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 9, 0.10-11


NI-66 F 0.100 5, 7.10-9 0.050, 8.10 3-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 5, 1.10, 2.10-10 4-10

0.100 m 1, 3.10-8 0.050 9, 4.10, 5.10-9 4-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9

With 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 1, 0.10-0.10-8 5, 9 3, 2.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 8.10-9



copper

CU-60 (F) 1.000 2, 1.10-10 0.500 1, 6.10-10 7, 5.10-11 4-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

1.000 m 3, 0.10-10 0.500 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-10 6, 5.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

With 1.000 3, 1.10-10 0.500 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-11 4, 2.10-11 3, 4.10-11

CU-61 F 1.000 3, 1.10-10 0.500 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-3, 5.10.7.10-11

M 1.000 4, 9.10-10 0.500 4, 4.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-10 9, 4.10, 1.10-7 11, 4.10-11

With 1.000 5, 1.10-10 0.500 4, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10 9, 6.10-11 7 8.10-11

CU-64 (F) 1.000 2, 8.10-10 0.500 2, 7.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 2.10 4-11 3, 5.10-11

M 1.000 5, 5.10-10 0.500 5, 4.10-10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 4.10-10 1, 1.10-10

With 1.000 5, 8.10-10 0.500 5, 7.10, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 2.10-10

CU-67 F 1.000 9, 5.10-10 0.500 8, 0.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 0.10-10

1.000 m 2, 3.10-9 0.500 2, 0.10-9 1, 1.10-9 8, 1.10-10 6, 9.10-10 5, 5.10-10

With 1.000 2, 5.10-9 0.500 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9 8, 9.10-10 7-10-10, 6-10, 1.10

zinc

Zn-62 (F) 1.000 1, 7.10-0.500 1, 9-7, 9-10-10-10, 10-4 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

M 0.200 4, 5.10-9 0.100 3, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 9 6, 0.10-0.10, 0.10-10 5-10

With 0.020 5, 1.10-9 0.010 3, 4.10, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 5.10-10

Zn-63 (F) 1.000 2, 1.10-10 0.500 1-10 6, 4.10, 5.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

M-3, 4.10 0.200 10 0.100 2, 3.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11

With 0.020 3, 6.10-10 0.010 2, 4.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 9.10-11 4, 4.10-11, 7.10 3-11

Zn-65 (F) 1.000 1.5x10-8 0.500 1, 0.10-8 5, 7.10-9 3, 8.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

M 0.200 8, 5.10-9 0.100 6, 5.10-9 3, 7.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 6.10-9

With 0.020 7, 6.10-9 0.010 6, 7.10-4, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9 2, 0.10-9

Zn-69 F 1.000 1, 1.10-10 7 0.500, 4.10-11 3, 2.10-11 2, 1.10, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 1.10-11

M 0.200 2, 2.10-10 0.100 1, 4.10, 5.10-10 6-11, 4-11, 4.10 3, 1.10-11 2, 6.10-11

With 0.020 2, 3.10-10 0.010 1.5x10-6 10, 9.10, 11 4-7.10-11 3, 4.10-11 2, 8.10-11

Zn-69m F 1.000 6, 6.10-10 0.500 6, 7.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1, 8.10, 9.10-10 9-11 8, 2.10-11

M 0.200 2, 1.10-9 0.100 1.5x10-9 7, 5.10-5 10, 0.10, 0.10-10 3-10 2-10, 4.10

With 0.020 2, 2.10-9 0.010 1 7.10-9 8, 2.10-10 5, 4.10-10 3, 3.10-2, 10-10-10

Zn-71 m (F) 1.000 6, 2.10-10, 5.10 0.500 5-10 2-10-1, 6.10, 6.10-10 9, 1.10-7 11, 4.10-11

M 0.200 1, 3.10-4.10 0.100 9, 9-4, 10-2, 9.10, 10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 5.10-10

With 0.020 1, 4.10-9 0.010 1, 0.10-9 4, 9.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

Zn-72 (F) 1.000 4, 3.10-3 0.500, 5.10 9-1, 9-1, 9-10 0.10-9 5, 9.10-10 4, 9.10-10

M 8 0.200, 8.10-9 0.100 6, 5.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

With 0.020 9, 7.10-9 0.010 7, 0.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2, 4.10, 6.10-9 1-9 1-9, 3.10

galium

GA-65 F 0.010 1, 1.10-10 0.001 7, 3.10-4.10-11 3, 11 2, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 1.10-11

M 0.010 1, 6.10-10 1 0.001, 1.10-10 4, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

GA-66 F 0.010 2, 8.10-9 0.001 2, 0.10-9 9, 2.10-10, 5-10 3-10, 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10

M 0.010 4, 5.10-9 0.001 3, 1.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 2.10-10, 3.10-5 10 4, 4.10-10

GA-67 F 0.010 6, 4.10-10 0.001 4, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10 7, 7.10-11 6, 4.10-11

M 0.010 1, 4.10-9 1 0.001, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-10 3-3 10, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

GA-68 F 0.010 2, 9.10-10 1 0.001, 9.10-10 8, 8.10-11 5-11, 4.10 3, 1.10-11 2, 6.10-11

M 0.010 4, 6.10-10 0.001 3, 1.10-10 1, 4.10-10 9, 2.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 9.10-11

GA-70 F 0.010 9, 5.10-11 0.001 6, 0.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11 8, 8.10-12

M 0.010 1.5x10-10 0.001 9, 6.10-11 4, 3.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 6.10-11

GA-72 F 0.010 2, 9.10-9 0.001 2, 2.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6-10 3, 4.10, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10

M 0.010 4, 5.10-9, 3.10 0.001 3-9 1-1 9, 0.10-9 6, 5.10-10 5, 3.10-10

GA-73 F 0.010 6, 7.10-10 0.001 4, 5.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 6-11, 4.10, 4.10, 5-11

M 0.010 1, 2.10-9 8, 4.10 0.001-10 4 0.10-10 2, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 4.10-10

germanium

GE-66 (F) 1.000 4, 5.10 10 1.000-3, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-11 5, 4.10-11

M-6, 4.10 1.000 10 1.000 4, 8.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 9, 1.10-11

GE-67 F 1.000 1, 7.10-10 1.000 1, 1.10-10 4, 11 3, 9.10-1.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

1.000 m 2, 5.10-10 1.000 1, 6.10-10 7, 3.10-11 4-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 5.10-11

GE-68 (F) 1.000 5, 4.10-9 1.000 3, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6, 3.10-10 5, 2.10-10

M 1.000 6, 0.10-8 1.000 5, 0.10, 0.10-8 3-8 2-8, 1-8, 4.10 1-8

GE-69 F 1.000 1, 2.10-9 1.000 9, 10 4 0.10-6.10-10 2, 8.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 3.10-10

1.000 m 1, 8.10-1.000 1, 4.10 9-9 7-10-4, 4.10, 9.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10

GE-71 (F) 1.000 6, 0.10-11 1.000 4-11-2, 3.10, 0.10-11 1, 1.10-11 6, 1.10-12 4, 8.10-12

1.000 m 1, 2.10-10 1.000 8, 6.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2, 4.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 1.10-11

GE-75 (F) 1.000 1, 6.10-10 1.000 1, 0.10-10 4, 11-2, 3.10 8.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 5.10-11

1.000 m 2, 9.10-10 1.000 1, 9.10-10 8, 9.10, 11-6, 11-4, 1.10-4.10-11 3, 6.10-11

GE-77 F 1.000 1, 3.10-1.000 9, 5.10 9-10 4-10-10, 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 4.10-10

1.000 m 2, 3.10-9 1.000 1, 7.10-9 8, 8.10-10 6, 0.10-10 4, 5.10-10 3, 7.10-10

GE-78 F 4, 3.10-1.000 10 1.000 2, 9.10-10 1, 4.10-10 8, 9.10-11 5, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11

1.000 m 7, 3.10-10 1.000 5, 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10, 5.10 9-11

arsenic

As-69 M 2 1.000, 1.10-10 0.500 1, 4.10-10 6, 3.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

As-5, 70 M 1.000 7.10-10 0.500 4, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 3.10, 3.10-10 8-11, 6-11-10

As-71 M 2 1.000, 2.10-9 0.500 1, 9.10-9 1-9, 6-10, 8.10 5, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10

As-72 M 1.000 5, 9.10-9 0.500 5, 7.10-9 2, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 9, 0.10-10

As-73 M 1.000 5, 4.10-9 0.500 4 0.10-9, 3.10-2 9 1, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10, 0.10-9

As-74 M 1.000 1, 1.10-8, 4.10 0.500 8-9, 4-9 3-10, 3.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

As-76 M 1.000 5, 1.10-9 0.500 4, 6.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 8.10-10 7, 4.10-10

As-77 M 2, 2.10-1.000 9 0.500 1 7.10-9 8, 9.10-10 6, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-10 3, 9.10-10

As-78 M 1.000 8, 0.10-10 0.500, 8.10 5-10 2-10-10, 1-10-10, 1-10, 1.10, 9.10 8-11

Selenium

SE-70 F 1.000 3, 9.10-10 0.800 3, 0.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 0.10-11 5-11, 1.10, 2.10 4-11

M 0.200 6, 5.10-10 0.100 4, 7.10-10 2, 3.10-4.10-10 1 10 8, 9.10, 11-7, 3.10-11

With 0.020 6, 8.10-10 0.010 4, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 4.10-11 7, 6.10-11

-73 F 1.000 7-10-10 0.800 6, 5.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1 10 8, 0.10-0.10-11

M 0.200 1, 6.10-9 0.100 1, 2.10-9 5, 9.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 4.10-1 10, 9.10-10

With 0.020 1, 8.10-1, 3.10 0.010 9-9 6-10-4, 3.10, 0.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10, 1.10-10

-73 F 1.000 9, 3.10-11 0.800 7, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 1.10-9, 2.10 11-12

M 0.200 1, 8.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 0.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.020 10 0.010 1, 3.10-10 6, 5.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 6.10, 2.10-11

SE-75 (F) 1.000 7 8.10-9 0.800 6, 0.10-9 3, 4.10, 5.10-9 2-9 1-1 9, 2.10, 0.10-9

M 0.200 5, 4.10-9 0.100 4, 5.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 3.10, 1.10-9 1-9

With 0.020 5, 6.10-9 0.010 4, 7.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 3.10-9

SE-79 (F) 1.000 1, 6.10-8 0.800 1, 3.10-8 7, 7.10-9 5, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 1.10-9

M 0.200 1-8, 4.10 0.100 1, 1.10-8 6-9 4, 9.10, 9.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 6.10-9

With 0.020 2, 3.10-8 0.010 2, 0.10-8 1, 3.10-8 8-10-9, 7-9, 6-9, 8.10

-81 (F) 1.000 8, 6.10-11 0.800 5, 4.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 5.10-9, 2.10 11-12 8, 0.10-12

M 0.200 1, 3.10-10 0.100 8, 5.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10-11

With 0.020 1, 4.10-10 0.010 8, 9.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 5.10-11

The 1.000-ft-F 1, 8.10-10 0.800 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 4.10, 4.10 3-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

M 0.200 3, 8.10-10 0.100 2, 5.10-1, 2.10 10-10 8-11, 5-11-4, 8.10, 7.10-11

With 0.020 4, 1.10-10 0.010 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8, 5.10-6 11, 2.10-11 5, 1.10-11

-83 (F) 1.000 1, 7.10-10 0.800 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 8.10 3, 6.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11

M 0.200 2, 7.10-10 0.100 1, 9.10-10 9, 2.10-11 5, 9.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 2.10-11

With 0.020 2, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 0.10-10 9, 6.10-6 11, 2.10-11 4, 1.10-11 3, 4.10-11

bromine

BR-74 (F) 1.000 2, 5.10-10 1.000 1, 8.10-8, 10-11 5-11-3, 3.10, 11 2, 2.10-6.10-11

1.000 m 3, 6.10-10 1.000 2, 5.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 5.10 7-11 4-11 3, 8.10-11

BR-74 m (F), 0.10-4 1.000 10 1.000 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 1.10-11 4, 8.10, 9.10, 11-3-11

M 1.000 5, 9.10-10 1.000 4, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10, 5.10 7-11 6-11, 2.10

BR-75 (F) 1.000, 2, 9.10-10 1.000 2, 1.10-10 9-10-11, 5-11 3, 9.10, 5.10-11 2, 9.10-11

M 4, 5.10-1.000 10 1.000 3, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 7.10-11 6, 5.10-11 5, 3.10-11

BR-76 (F) 1.000 2, 2.10-9 1.000 1, 7.10-9 8, 4.10-10 5, 1.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

1.000 m 3, 0.10-9 1.000 2, 3.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 5.10-10 5, 10 4 0.10-1.10-10

BR-77 (F) 1.000 5, 3.10-4, 4.10 10 1.000-10 2, 2.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7-11 6-10, 2.10-11

M 1.000 6, 3.10-10 1.000 5, 1.10-10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8, 4.10-11

BR-80 F 1.000 7, 1.10-11 1.000 4, 4.10, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-6, 11-12 5, 9.10 9.10-12


1.000 m 1, 1.10-10 1.000 6, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 1.10-11 9-12, 4.10

BR-80 m (F), 3.10-4 1.000 10 1.000 2, 8.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 2.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

M 1.000 6, 8.10-10 1.000 4, 5.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 4.10-10 9, 3.10-11 7, 6.10-11

BR-82 (F) 1.000 2, 7.10-9 1.000 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 0.10-10 4, 2.10-10 3, 5.10-10

1.000 m 3, 8.10-9 1.000 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 7, 9.10-10 6, 3.10-10

BR-83 (F) 1.000 1, 7.10-10 1.000 1, 1.10-10, 4-11 3-10, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 6.10-11

1.000 m 3, 5.10 10 1.000-2, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10 7-10-11, 5-11, 4, 9.10, 8.10-11

BR-84 (F) 1.000 2, 4.10-10 1.000 1, 6.10-10 7, 1.10-11, 4.10 4-11 2-2 11, 2.10-11

1.000 m 3, 7.10-10 1.000 2, 4.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 9.10-11 4, 4.10-11, 7.10 3-11

Rubidium

RB-79 (F) 1.000 1, 6.10-10 1.000 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-11, 2.10 3-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

RB-81 (F) 1.000 3, 2.10-10, 5.10-2 1.000 10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 1.10, 2.10 4-11 3, 4.10-11

RB-F 1.000 ft-6, 2.10-11 1.000 4, 6.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 4.10-11 8, 5.10-12 7, 0.10-12

RB-82 m F 8, 6.10-1.000 10 1.000 7, 3.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

RB-83 (F) 1.000 4, 9.10-9 1.000 3, 8.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-9, 3.10 7, 9.10-10 6, 9.10-10

RB-84 (F) 1.000 8, 6.10-6, 4.10 1.000 9-9 3, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10, 0.10-9

RB-86 F 1.000 1, 2.10-8 7 1.000, 7.10-9-3, 4.10 9 2, 0.10-9 1, 1.10-9 9, 3.10-10

RB-87 (F) 1.000 6, 0.10-9 1.000 4, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-10

RB-88 (F) 1.000 1, 9.10-10 1.000 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 2.10 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

RB-89 (F) 1.000 1, 4.10-10 1.000 9, 3.10-4, 3.10-11 11 2, 7.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10-11

strontium

SR-80 F 0.600 7 8.10-10 0.300, 4.10 5-10 2-10, 4.10, 4.10-1 10 7, 9.10, 11-7, 1.10-11

M 0.200, 4.10-1 9 9 0.100, 0.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 3.10-10

With 0.020 1.5x10-9 0.010 9, 4.10-4, 3.10-10 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10-10

SR-81 F 0.600 2, 1.10-10 0.300 1.5x10-10 6, 7.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 1.10-11

M 0.200 3, 3.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 6-11, 4-11, 2.10 3, 5.10-11

With 0.020 3, 4.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 9.10-11 4, 4.10-11, 7.10 3-11

SR-82 F 0.600 2, 8.10-8 0.300 1.5x10-8 6-9 4, 6.10, 6.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 1.10-9

M 0.200 5, 5.10-8 0.100 4 0.10-8 2, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 0.10-8 8, 9.10-9

With 0.020 6, 1.10-8 0.010 4, 6.10-8 2, 5.10-8 1, 7.10, 2.10-8 1-1 8, 1.10-8

SR-83 (F) 0.600 1, 4.10-9 0.300 1, 1.10-9 5, 5.10-3, 4.10-10 10 2, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

M 0.200 2, 5.10-9 0.100 1, 9.10-9 9, 5.10-10 6, 0.10-10 3-3 10, 9.10, 1.10-10

With 0.020 2, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 0.10-0.10-9-1, 9-6, 5.10 10 4, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10

SR-85 F 0.600 4, 4.10-9, 3.10 0.300 2-9 1-9 9, 1.10, 6.10-10 8-10-3, 3.10, 8.10-10

M 0.200 4, 3.10-9 0.100 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 8, 8.10-10 6, 4.10-10

With 0.020 4, 4.10-9 0.010 3, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9 8, 1.10-10

SR-85 m F 0.600 2, 4.10-11 0.300 1, 9.10-11 9-12, 6.10 6, 0.10-12, 7.10 3-12 2-12, 9.10

M 0.200 3, 1.10-11 0.100 2, 5.10-1, 3.10 11-8, 11-12 5 0.10, 1.10-12 4, 1.10-12

With 0.020 3, 2.10-11 0.010 2, 6.10-11 1, 3.10-11 8, 3.10-12 5, 4.10-4, 3.10-12 12

SR-87 m (F) 0.600 9, 7.10-11 0.300 7 8.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 3.10, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 1.10-11

M 0.200 1, 6.10-10 0.100 1, 2.10-10, 9.10 5-11 3, 8.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 0.10-11

With 0.020 1 7.10-10 0.010 1, 2.10-10, 6-11, 2.10 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 6.10, 1.10-11

SR-89 F 0.600 1.5x10-8 0.300 7, 3.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 0.10-9

M 0.200 3, 3.10-8, 4.10 0.100 2-8 1-8 9, 3.10, 1.10-9 7-9 6, 3.10, 1.10-9

3, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 3, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 2.10-8 9, 3.10-9 7, 9.10-9

SR-90 F 0.600 1, 3.10-5 0.300, 2.10 7-8 3-4 8, 1.10, 1.10-8 5, 3.10-8 2-8, 4.10

M 0.200 1.5x10-7 0.100 1, 1.10-7 6, 5.10-8 5-8 5, 1.10, 0.10-8 3, 6.10-8

With 0.020 4, 2.10-7 0.010 4 0.10-7 2, 7.10-7 1, 8.10-7 1-1 7, 6.10, 6.10-7

SR-91 F 0.600 1, 4.10-9 0.300 1-5 9, 1.10, 2.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 6.10-10

M 0.200 3, 1.10-9 0.100 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 1.10, 9.10-10 6 4, 4.10-10 3, 7.10-10

With 0.020 3, 5.10-9 0.010 2, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 7.10-10 4-4 10, 9.10, 1.10-10

SR-92 F 0.600 9, 0.10-10 0.300 7, 1.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 0.10, 0.10-10 1-10 9, 8.10-11

M 0.200 1, 9.10-9 0.100 1, 4.10, 5.10-9 6-10 4-10 2, 1.10, 5.10-10 2, 1.10-10

With 0.020 2, 2.10-9 0.010 1.5x10-9 7, 0.10-10 4, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 2, 3.10-10

yttrium

Y-3, 86 M 0.001 7.10-9 1, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 6.10-10 4, 5.10-10

With 0.001, 8.10 3-9 1-4 3, 0.10, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9-10 5, 6.10, 10 4, 8.10-7.10-10

Y-86 m M 0.001 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-4 1, 7.10, 7.10-10 8-11 5-11, 3-11, 4.10 2, 7.10-11

With 0.001 2, 3.10-10 1 0.10-4 1, 8.10-10 9, 0.10-11 5-11, 7.10 3, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

Y-87 M 2, 7.10 0.001-9 1, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 0.10-10 4, 7.10, 7.10 3-10-10

With 0.001 2, 8.10-1, 9-4 2 0.10, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-10 3, 9.10-10

Y-1, 88 M 0.001 9.10-8 1, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 6.10, 0.10-8 6, 7.10-9 4-4 9, 9.10, 1.10-9

With 0.001 2, 0.10, 0.10-8 1-4 1, 7.10-8 9, 8.10-9 6-9, 5-9, 4.10, 4.10 4-9

Y-90 M 1 0.001, 3.10-8 1, 0.10-8, 4.10 4-9 4-9, 2-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

With 0.001 1, 3.10-8 1-4 8, 0.10 to 8.10-9 4, 2.10-9 2, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

Y-90 m M 0.001 7, 2.10-10 1-4 5, 0.10 to 7.10-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 9, 5.10-11

With 0.001 7, 5.10-10 1-4 6, 0.10 0.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-10

Y-91 M 0.001 3, 9.10-8 1-4 3, 0.10, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 1.10-8, 4.10 8-9 7, 1.10-9

With 0.001 4, 3.10-8 1, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 3.10-8 1, 0.10-8 8, 9.10-9

Y-91 m M 0.001 7, 0.10-11 1, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10, 0.10-11

With 0.001 7, 4.10-11 1, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 1.10-11

Y-92 M 0.001 1, 8.10-9 1, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 5, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10 2-10, 1-10-10

1, with 9.10 0.001-9 1, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 5, 5.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 8.10-10

Y-93 M 0.001, 4.10 4-9 1-4, 2-9, 9.10 1, 3.10-9 8, 1.10-10 4-4 10, 7.10, 0.10-10

With 0.001 4, 6.10-9 1-4 3, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-10 4, 2.10-10

Y-94 M 2, 8.10-0.001 10 1, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-8 10, 1.10-11 5-11, 3-11, 1.10 2, 7.10-11

With 0.001 2, 9.10-10 1-4 1, 0.10, 9.10-10 8, 4.10-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 3.10-11 2, 8.10-11

Y-95 M 0.001 1.5x10-10 1-4 9, 0.10 to 8.10-11, 4-11, 4.10, 8.10 2-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

With 0.001 1, 6.10-10 1-4 1, 0.10, 0.10-10 4, 5.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 6.10-11

zircon

ZR-86 F 0.020 2, 4.10-9 0.002 1, 9.10-9 9, 5.10-10 5, 9.10-10 3, 4.10-2, 10-10-10

M 0.020 3, 4.10-9 0.002 2, 6.10-9 1, 3.10-8, 4.10 9-10 5, 2.10-10 4, 2.10-10

With 0.020 3, 5.10-9 0.002 2, 7.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 7.10-10 5, 4.10-4, 3.10 10-10

ZR-88 F 0.020 6, 9.10-9, 3.10-0.002 8 9 5, 6.10-9 4, 7.10-9 3-3 9, 6.10, 5.10-9

0.020 m 8, 5.10-9 0.002 7 8.10-9 5, 1.10-9 3-3 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 2, 6.10-9

With 0.020 1, 3.10-8 0.002 1, 2.10-8 7-10-9, 5-9, 2.10 4, 3.10-9 3, 6.10-9

ZR-89 F 0.020 2, 6.10-9 0.002 2, 0.10-9 9, 9.10-10 6, 1.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10

M 0.020 3, 7.10-9 0.002 2, 8.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 6.10-10 6, 5.10-5, 2.10 10-10

3, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.002 2, 9.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 0.10-9 6, 8.10-10 5, 5.10-10

ZR-93 F 0.020 3, 5.10-9 0.002 4, 8.10-9 5-9 9, 3.10, 7.10-9 1-2 8, 8.10, 5.10-8

M 0.020 3, 3.10-9 0.002 3, 1.10-9 2-9 4, 8.10, 1.10-9 7, 5.10-9 1, 0.10-8

With 0.020 7, 0.10-9 0.002 6, 4.10, 5.10-9 4-9 3-3 9, 3.10, 3.10, 3.10-9 3-9

ZR-95 F 0.020 1, 2.10-8 0.002 1, 1.10-8 6-9 4, 4.10, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

0.020 m 2, 0.10-8 0.002 1, 6.10-8 9-10-9, 6-9, 8.10, 9.10 5-9 4-9, 8.10

With 0.020 2-8, 4.10 0.002 1, 9.10-8 1, 2.10-8 8-9 7, 3.10, 3.10-9 5, 9.10-9

ZR-97 F 5, 0.020 0.10-9 0.002 3, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-9 9, 1.10-10 4, 8.10, 9.10-10 3-10

0.020 m 7, 8.10-9, 3.10-0.002 5 9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 9, 2.10-10

With 0.020 8, 2.10-9 0.002 5, 6.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 8, 9.10-10

niobium

NB-88 F 0.020 1, 8.10-10 0.010 1, 3.10-10 6, 3.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2, 4.10-11 1, 9.10-11

0.020 m 2, 5.10-10 0.010 1, 8.10-8 10, 5.10-11 5-11-3, 3.10, 3.10-2, 11-10-11

With 0.020 2, 6.10-8.10 0.010 1, 10-8, 10-10-11, 5-11 3, 5.10 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

NB-89 F 0.020 7, 0.10-10 0.010 4, 8.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 3.10-1 10 7 11 6, 4.10-1.10-11

0.020 m 1, 1.10-9 0.010 7-10 3, 6.10, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

With 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 7, 9.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 3.10, 5.10-1, 2.10 10-10

NB-89 F 0.020 4 0.10-10 0.010 2, 9.10-10-1, 10-8, 4.10 3.10-11 4, 8.10, 9.10, 11-3-11

0.020 m 6, 2.10-10, 3.10 0.010 4-10 2-10, 1.10 1, 3.10-10 8, 2.10-11 6, 8.10-11

With 0.020 6, 4.10-10 0.010 4, 4.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 4.10-10 8, 6.10-11 7, 1.10-11

NB-90 F 0.020 3, 5.10-9 0.010 2, 7.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 2.10 8-10 4-10-10, 3-10, 8.10

0.020 m 5, 1.10-9 0.010 3, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 7, 8.10-10 6, 3.10-10

With 0.020 5, 3.10-9 0.010 4 0.10-0.10-9-2, 9-1, 3.10, 1.10-9 8 10 6, 6.10-10

NB-93 m F 0.020 1, 8.10-9 0.010 1, 4.10-9 7, 0.10-10 4, 4.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 2.10-10

M 0.020 3, 1.10-9 0.010 2, 4.10-1, 3.10-9 9 8, 2.10-10 5, 9.10-10 5, 1.10-10

With 0.020 7, 4.10-0.010 6, 5.10 9-4, 9-2, 9 .10 5.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 8.10-9

NB-94 F 0.020 3, 1.10-8 0.010 2, 7.10, 5.10-8 1-1 8, 0.10-8 6, 7.10-9 5, 8.10-9


0.020 m 4, 3.10-8 0.010, 7.10 3-8 2-8-1, 3.10, 6.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 1.10-8

With 0.020 1, 2.10-7 0.010 1, 2.10-7 8, 3.10-8 5, 8.10-8 5, 2.10-8 4, 9.10-8

NB-95 F 0.020 4, 1.10-9 0.010 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 2.10-9 7, 5.10-5, 10-10-10

0.020 m 6, 8.10-9 0.010 5, 2.10-9 3, 1.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9

With 0.020 7, 7.10-9 0.010 5, 9.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 2.10-9 1, 8.10-9

NB-95 F 0.020 2, 3.10-0.010 1, 9-7, 9-10 4 0.10, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

0.020 m 4, 3.10-9 0.010 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 2.10, 0.10-9 1-9 7, 9.10-10

With 0.020 4, 6.10-9 0.010, 4.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 1, 1.10-9 8, 8.10-10

NB-96 F 0.020 3, 1.10-9 0.010 2, 4.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7-10-4, 3.10, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10

0.020 m 4, 7.10-9 0.010 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 7, 8.10-10 6, 3.10-10

4, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.010, 7.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 8-10 6, 3.10, 6.10-10

NB-97 F 0.020 2, 2.10-10 0.010 1.5x10-10 6, 8.10-11, 2.10 4-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

M 0.020 3, 7.10-10 0.010 2, 5.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 5-10, 11-4, 2.10-3.10-11

With 0.020 3, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 6.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 1.10-8 11 5, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11

NB-98 F 0.020 3, 4.10-10 0.010 2, 4.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6-11, 4, 9.10, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11

0.020 m 5, 2.10-10 0.010 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 6, 8.10-11 5, 6.10-11

With 0.020 5, 3.10-10 0.010 3, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 7, 1.10-11 5, 8.10-11

molybdenum

MO-90 (F) 1.000 1, 2.10-9 0.800 1, 1.10-9 5-10 3, 3.10, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 5.10-10

M 0.200 2, 6.10-9 0.100 2, 0.10-9 9, 9.10-10 6, 5.10, 2.10-10 4-10 3-10, 4.10

With 0.020 2, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 1.10-9 1-9, 1.10, 9.10-10 6 4, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10

MO-93 (F) 1.000 3, 1.10-9 0.800 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10, 0.10-9

M 0.200 2, 2.10-9 0.100 1, 8.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 9.10-10 6, 6.10-10 5, 9.10-10

With 0.020 6, 0.10-9 0.010 5, 9 4, 8.10-0.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 4.10-9 2, 3.10-9

MO-93 m (F) 1.000 7, 3.10-6, 4.10 0.800 10-10 3-10 2, 3.10, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 9-11

M 0.200 1, 2.10-9 0.100 9, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-10 3-10 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

With 0.020 1, 3.10-9 0.010 1, 0.10-9 5, 2.10-10 3, 4.10-10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

MO-99 (F) 1.000 2, 3.10-9 0.800 1 7.10-9 7-10-10, 4-10-10, 2-10 2, 2.10-10

M 0.200 6, 0.10-9 0.100 4, 4.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 1.10-9 8, 9.10-10

6, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.010 4, 8.10-2, 4.10 9-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 2.10-9 9, 9.10-10

MO-101 (F) 1.000 1, 4.10-10 0.800 9, 7.10-4, 4.10-11 11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

M 0.200 2, 2.10-10 0.100 1.5x10-7 10, 0.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11

With 0.020 2, 3.10-10 0.010 1, 6.10-10 7, 2.10-11, 4-11 3-10, 1.10-11 2, 6.10-11

Technetium

TC-93 (F) 1.000 2, 4.10-10 0.800 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11

M 0.200 2, 7.10-10 0.100 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 5.10 7-11 4-11 3, 4.10, 5.10-11

With 0.020 2, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 4-11 3, 5.10 5.10-11

TC-93 m (F) 1.000 1, 2.10-10 0.800 9, 8.10, 9.10, 11-4, 11-2, 11-1, 9.10-8.10-11 1, 4.10-11

M 0.200 1, 4.10-10 0.100 1, 1.10-10 5, 4.10-11 3, 4.10-11 2, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

With 0.020 1, 4.10-10 0.010 1, 1.10-10 5, 4.10-11 3, 4.10-11 2, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

TC-94 (F) 1.000 8, 9.10-10 0.800 7, 5.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

M 0.200 9, 8.10-10 0.100 8, 1.10, 2.10-10 4-10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10

9, with 9.10-0.020 10 0.010 8, 2.10-10, 3.10-4 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

TC-94m (F) 1.000 4, 8.10-10 0.800 3, 4.10-10 1, 6.10, 6.10-10 8-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 1.10-11

M 0.200 4, 4.10-10 0.100 3, 0.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 8.10-11 5, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11

With 0.020 4, 3.10-10 0.010 3, 0.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 8.10-11 5, 6.10, 6.10 11-4-11

TC-95 F 1.000 7, 5.10-10 0.800 6-10 3, 3.10, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 9-11

M 8 0.200, 3.10-10 0.100 6, 9.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 8, 5.10-10 0.010 7, 0.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

TC-95 (F) 1.000 2-9, 4.10, 8.10 0.800 1-9 9-10 5, 3.10, 7.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10

M 0.200 4, 9.10-9 0.100 4 0.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 1.10-9 8, 8.10-10

With 0.020 6, 0.10-9 0.010 5, 0.10-9 2, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9

TC-96 (F) 1.000 4, 2.10-9 0.800 3, 4.10, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 7, 0.10-5, 10-10-10

M 0.200 4, 7.10-9 0.100 3, 9.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 6.10-8.10-10 6, 10

With 0.020 4, 8.10-9 0.010 3, 9.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-9, 4.10 8, 9.10-10 7, 0.10-10

TC-96 (F) 1.000 5, 3.10-11 0.800 4, 1.10-11 2, 1.10-1, 3.10 11-11 7-12 6-10, 2.10-12

M 0.200 5, 6.10-11 0.100 4, 4.10-11 2, 3.10-4.10-11 1, 11 9, 3.10-12 7-12, 4.10

With 0.020 5, 7.10-11 0.010 4, 4.10-11 2, 3.10-1, 11-9, 11 5.10 5.10-12 7, 5.10-12

TC-97 (F) 1.000 5, 2.10-10 0.800 3, 7.10, 7.10 1-10-10 9-11, 4.10, 5, 6.10-11 4, 3.10-11

M 0.200 1, 2.10-9 0.100 1, 0.10-9 5, 7.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 2.10-10

With 0.020 5, 0.10-9 0.010 4, 8.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 8.10-9

TC-97m (F) 1.000 3, 4.10-9 0.800 2, 3.10-9 9, 8.10-10 5, 6.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 7.10-10

M 0.200 1, 3.10-8 0.100 1, 0.10-8 6, 1.10-9 4-4 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 3, 2.10-9

With 0.020 1, 6.10-8 0.010 1, 3.10-8 7, 8.10-9 5-5 9, 7.10, 2.10-9 4, 1.10-9

TC-98 (F) 1.000 1, 0.10-8 0.800 6, 8.10-9 3, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 7.10-10

M 0.200 3, 5.10-8, 9.10 0.100 2-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 2.10-8 1, 0.10-8 8-9, 3.10

With 0.020 1, 1.10-7 0.010 1, 1.10-7 7, 6.10-8 5-8-4, 4.10, 8.10-8 4, 5.10-8

The TC-99 (F) 1.000 4 0.10-9 0.800 2, 5.10-9 1, 0.10-9 5, 9.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10

M 0.200 1 7.10-8 0.100 1, 3.10-8 8, 0.10-9 5-5 9, 7.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 4-9

With 0.020 4, 1.10-8 0.010, 7.10 3-8, 4.10 2-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 5.10-8 1, 3.10-8

TC-99 m F 1.000 1, 2.10-10 0.800 8, 7.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2, 4.10, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-11

M 0.200 1, 3.10-10 0.100 9, 9.10-11 5, 1.10-3, 4.10-11 11 2, 4.10-11 1, 9.10-11

With 0.020 1, 3.10-10 0.010 1, 0.10-10 5, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 0.10-11

TC-101 (F) 1.000 8, 5.10-11 0.800 5, 6.10-11 2, 5.10-1, 11-9, 11-10-12 8, 2.10-12

M 0.200 1, 1.10-10 0.100 7, 1.10-11 3, 2.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 2.10-11

With 0.020 1, 1.10-10 0.010 7, 3.10-3, 3.10-11 11 2, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 2.10-11

TC-104 (F) 1.000 2, 7.10-10 0.800 1, 8.10-8 10, 0.10-11 4-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

M 0.200 2, 9.10-10 0.100 1, 9.10-10 8, 6.10-11 5-11, 4.10 3, 3.10-11 2, 8.10-11

With 0.020 2, 9.10-10 0.010 1, 9.10-10 8-10-11, 5-11-3, 4.10, 4.10-11 2, 9.10-11

Ruthenium

Ru-94 F 0.100 2, 5.10-10 0.050 1, 9.10-10 9, 0.10-11 5-11, 4.10 3, 1.10-11 2, 5.10-11

0.100 m 3, 8.10-10 0.050 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 4.10-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 2.10-11

With 0.020 4 0.10-10 0.010 2, 9.10-10 1 10 8, 4.10-7.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 4.10 4-11

Ru-97 (F) 0.100 5, 5.10-10 0.050 4, 4.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7-11 6-10, 2.10-11

M 0.100 7, 7.10-10 0.050 6, 1.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 8, 1.10-10 0.010 6-10 3, 3.10, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

Ru-103 (F) 0.100 4, 2.10-9 0.050 3, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 3.10-10 5, 6.10-10 4, 8.10-10

0.100 m 1, 1.10-8, 4.10 0.050 8-9 5, 0.10-9 3, 5.10-9 3-9, 2-9, 4.10

With 0.020 1, 3.10-8 0.010 1, 0.10-0.10-8 6, 9 4, 2.10-9 3-3 9, 7.10, 0.10-9

Ru-105 F 0.100 7, 1.10-10 0.050 5, 1.10-10 2, 3.10-4.10-10 1 10 7, 9.10, 11-6, 5.10-11

0.100 m 1, 3.10-9 0.050 9, 2.10-10, 5.10 4-10 3-10, 2-10, 1-10-10

With 0.020 1-9, 4.10, 8.10 0.010 9-10 4, 8.10-10 3, 2.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1, 8.10-10

Ru-106 F 0.100 7, 2.10-8, 4.10 0.050 5-8 2-8-1, 6.10, 6.10-8 9, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-9

0.100 m 1, 4.10-7 0.050 1, 1.10-6, 4.10 7-8 4, 1.10-8 3, 1.10-8 2, 8.10-8

With 0.020 2, 6.10-2, 3.10 0.010 7-7 1-7, 4.10 9, 1.10-8 7, 1.10-8 6, 6.10-8

Rhodium

RH-99 (F) 0.100 2, 6.10-9 0.050 2, 0.10-9 9, 9.10-10 6, 2.10-10 3-3 10, 8.10, 2.10-10

M 0.100 4, 5.10-9 0.050 3, 5.10-9, 2-9, 1-9, 3.10 9, 6.10-10 7, 7.10-10

4, with 9.10-0.100 9 0.050 3, 8.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9 8, 7.10-10

RH-99 m F 0.100 2, 4.10-10 0.050 2, 0.10-0.10-10 1 10 6, 1.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

0.100 m 3, 1.10-10 0.050 2, 5.10-1, 3.10 10-10 8-11, 4-11 3, 9.10, 9.10-11

With 0.100 3, 2.10-10 0.050 2, 6.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 2.10-11 5-11, 1.10 4, 0.10-11

RH-100 F 0.100 2, 1.10-9 0.050 1, 8.10-9 9, 1.10-10 5, 6.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 6.10-10

0.100 m 2, 7.10-9 0.050 2, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 1.10-10 4, 3.10-4.10-10 3, 10

With 0.100 2, 8.10-9 0.050 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 3.10-10 4, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10

RH-101 F 0.100, 4.10 7-9 0.050 6, 1.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 4.10-9

M 0.100 9, 8.10-9 0.050 8, 0.10-9 4, 9.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 3.10-9

1, with 9.10-0.100 8 0.050 1 7.10-8 1, 1.10-8, 4.10 7-9 6-9, 2.10 5, 4.10-9

RH-101m F 0.100 8, 4.10-10 0.050 6, 6.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 9-10-11

0.100 m 1, 3.10-9 0.050 9, 8.10-10 5, 2.10-10, 5.10 3-10 2-10-1, 5.10, 9.10-10

With 0.100 1, 3.10-9 0.050 1, 0.10-9 5, 5.10-10 3, 7.10, 7.10-10 2-2 10, 1.10-10

RH-102 (F) 0.100 3, 3.10-8 0.050 2, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 1.10-8 7-9 7, 9.10, 3.10-9

0.100 m 3, 0.10-8 0.050 2, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 0.10-8 7, 9.10-9 6-9, 9.10

With 0.100, 4.10 5-8 5, 0.050 0.10-8 3, 5.10-8 2-2 8, 4.10, 0.10-8 1, 7.10-8


RH-102 m (F) 0.100 1, 2.10-8 8, 0.050 7.10-4, 4.10 9-2, 9-1, 9-10-10-9 1, 5.10-9

0.100 m 2, 0.10-8 0.050 1, 6.10-8 9, 0.10-0.10-9-6, 9-4, 9-10, 4-9

With 0.100 3, 0.10-8 0.050 2, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 0.10-8 8, 2.10-9 7, 1.10-9

RH-103 m graphics (F) 0.100 8, 6.10-12 0.050 5, 9.10-12 2, 7.10-12 1-1 12, 0.10-8, 12-13

0.100 m 1, 9.10-11 0.050 1, 2.10-11 6, 3.10-12 4 12 3, 0.10-0.10-12 2, 5.10-12

With 0.100 2, 0.10-11 0.050 1, 3.10-6, 11-10-4, 3.10-12 12 3, 2.10-2, 12-12-10

RH-105 F 0.100 1, 0.10-9 0.050 6, 9.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1, 8.10-10 9, 6.10-11 8, 2.10-11

0.100 m 2, 2.10-9 0.050 1, 6.10-9 7-10 5, 4.10, 2.10-10 4, 1.10, 2.10-10 3-10

With 0.100 2, 4.10-9 0.050 1 7.10-9 8, 0.10-10 5, 6.10-10 4, 5.10-10 3, 5.10-10

RH-106m F 0.100 5, 7.10-10 0.050 4, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10 8, 0.10-11 6, 5.10-11

M 0.100 8, 2.10-10, 3.10 0.050 6-10 3-10 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

With 0.100, 5.10 8-10 0.050 6, 5.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

RH-107 (F) 0.100 8, 9.10-11 0.050 5, 9.10-2, 11-1, 11-1, 11-10 0.10-11 9, 0.10-12

0.100 m 1, 4.10-10 0.050 9, 3.10-4 11, 2.10-11 2, 8.10, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 6.10-11

With 0.100 1.5x10-10 9, 0.050 7.10-4, 4.10-11 11 2, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 7.10-11

Palladium

PD-100 F 0.050 3, 9.10-9 0.005 3, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 7.10-10 5, 10-4, 8.10-7.10-10

M 0.050 5, 2.10-9 0.005 4 0.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 9.10-10 8, 0.10-10

With 0.050 5, 3.10-9 0.005 4, 1.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 0.10-9 8, 5.10-10

PD-101 F 0.050 3, 6.10-10 0.005 2, 9.10-10 1, 4.10-10 8, 6.10-11, 4-11 3, 9.10 9.10-11

M 0.050 4, 8.10-10 0.005 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10, 5.10 7-11 5-11, 9.10

With 0.050 5, 0.10-10 0.005 3, 9.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 8.10-11 6, 2.10-11

PD-103 F 0.050 9, 7.10-10 0.005 6, 5.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 1.10-10 8, 9.10-11

0.050 m 2, 3.10-9 0.005 1, 6.10-9 9, 0.10-10 5, 9.10-10 4, 5.10-10 3, 8.10-10

With 0.050 2, 5.10-9 0.005 1, 8.10-9 1-9, 6-10, 8.10 5, 3.10-10 4, 5.10-10

PD-107 F 0.050 2, 6.10-10 0.005 1, 8.10-8, 2.10 10-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 1.10-11 2, 5.10-11

M 0.050 6, 5.10-10 0.005 5, 0.10-10 2, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 8, 5.10-11

With 0.050 2, 2.10-9 0.005 2, 0.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 8.10 7-10 6, 2.10-10 5, 9.10-10

PD-109 F 0.050 1, 5.10-9 0.005 9, 9.10-10 4, 2.10-10, 2-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

0.050 m 2, 6.10-9 0.005 1, 8.10-9 8, 8.10, 9.10-10 5-10 4-10-3, 3.10, 4.10-10

With 0.050 2, 7.10-9 0.005 1, 9.10-9 9-10 6, 3.10, 3.10-4, 10-3, 10-10-10

Silver

AG-102 (F) 0.100 1, 2.10-10 0.050 8, 6.10-11 4 11 2, 2.10-6.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10, 3.10-11

0.100 m 1, 6.10-10 0.050 1, 1.10-10 5, 5.10-3, 4.10-11 11 2, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

With 0.020 1, 6.10-10 0.010 1, 2.10-10 5, 6.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

AG-103 (F) 0.100 1, 4.10-10 0.050 1, 0.10-10 4, 11 3, 9.10-0.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 4.10-11

0.100 m 2, 2.10-10 0.050 1, 6.10, 6.10-10 7-11 4, 8.10-11 3, 11 2, 2.10-6.10-11

With 0.020 2, 3.10-10 0.010 1, 6.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-5, 11-3, 1.10-3.10-2, 11-10-11

AG-104 F 0.100 2, 3.10-10 0.050 1, 9.10-10 9, 8.10, 9.10, 11-5 11-3, 11-2, 5.10 8.10-11

0.100 m 2, 9.10-10 0.050 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 4.10, 5.10 4-11 3, 6.10-11

With 0.020 2, 9.10-10 0.010 2, 4.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 4-11, 11-10-3

AG-104 m (F) 0.100 1, 6.10-10 0.050 1, 1.10-10 5, 5.10-3, 4.10-11 11 2, 0.10-11 1, 6.10-11

0.100 m 2, 3.10-10 0.050 1, 6.10-10 7-10-11, 4-11, 8.10 3, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11

With 0.020 2, 4.10-0.010 1, 10-10-10 8-11, 5-11, 3-11, 1.10 2, 6.10-11

AG-105 F 0.100 3, 9.10-3, 4.10 0.050 9-1, 9-1, 9-10 0.10-9 6, 4.10, 4.10-10 5-10

M 0.100 4, 5.10-9 0.050 3, 5.10-9, 2-9, 1-9, 3.10 9, 0.10-10 7, 3.10-10

With 0.020 4, 5.10-9 0.010 3, 6.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9 8, 1.10-10

AG-106 F 0.100 9, 4.10-11 0.050 6, 4.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 1.10-11 9-12, 1.10

0.100 m 1-10, 4.10, 5.10 0.050 9-11, 4-11, 4.10, 8.10 2-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

With 0.020 1.5x10-10 9, 0.010 9.10-11 4, 5.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

AG-106m (F) 0.100 7, 7.10-9 0.050 6, 1.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

M 0.100 7, 2.10-9 0.050 5, 8.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

With 0.020 7, 0.10-9 0.010 5, 7.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

AG-108 m (F) 0.100 3, 5.10-8 0.050 2, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 0.10-8 6-6 9, 9.10, 1.10-9

0.100 m 3, 3.10-8 0.050 2, 7.10, 7.10-8 1-1 8, 1.10-8 8, 6.10-9 7, 4.10-9

8, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 8, 7.10-8 6, 2.10-8, 4.10 4-8 3-3 8, 9.10, 7.10-8

AG-110 m (F) 0.100 3, 5.10-8 0.050 2, 8.10-8 1, 5.10-8 9-10-9, 6-9, 3.10 5, 5.10-9

0.100 m 3, 5.10-8 0.050 2, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 2.10-8 9, 2.10-9 7, 6.10-9

With 0.020 4, 6.10-8 0.010 4, 1.10-8 2, 6.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 2.10-8

AG-111 (F) 0.100 4, 8.10-9 0.050 3, 2.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 8.10-10 4-4 10, 8.10, 0.10-10

M 0.100 9, 2.10-9 0.050 6, 6.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 5.10-9

9, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.010 7, 1.10-9 3, 8.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

AG-112 F 0.100 9, 8.10-10 0.050 6, 4.10, 8.10-10 2-10 1-10-10 9, 1.10-11 7, 6.10-11

M 0.100 1 7.10-9 0.050 1, 1.10-9 5, 1.10, 2.10-10 3-10 2-10, 1-10

With 0.020 1, 8.10-9 0.010 1, 2.10-9 5, 4.10, 4.10-10 3-10 2-10-1, 1.10, 7.11-10

AG-115 F 0.100 1, 6.10-10 0.050 1, 0.10-10 4, 11-2, 6.10 9.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 5.10-11

0.100 m 2, 5.10-10 0.050 1 7.10-10 7, 6.10-11 4, 9.10-11 3, 2.10-2, 11-11-10

With 0.020 2, 7.10-0.010 1, 10-10-10 8-11, 5-11, 2.10 3, 4.10-11 2, 9.10-11

cadmium

CD-104 F 0.100 2, 0.10-10 0.050 1, 7.10, 7.10-10 8-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 1.10-11 2, 4.10-11

0.100 m 2, 6.10-10 0.050 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6-11, 4, 9.10, 2.10-11 3, 4.10-11

With 0.100 2, 7.10-10 0.050 2, 2.10-10, 1.10-1 10 7-11, 4-11, 4.10, 5.10 3-11

CD-107 (F) 0.100 2, 3.10-10 0.050 1 7.10-10 7, 4.10-11 4-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

M 0.100 5, 2.10-10, 0.050 3-10 2-10, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8-8 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

With 0.100 5, 5.10-10 0.050 3, 9.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-10 9, 4.10, 7.10, 7.10-11 7-11

CD-109 (F) 0.100 4, 5.10-8 0.050, 7.10 3-8 2-8-1, 1.10, 4.10-8 9, 3.10-9 8, 1.10-9

0.100 m 3, 0.10-8 0.050 2, 3.10-8 1-8 9, 4.10, 5.10-9 7-9 6, 8.10, 6.10-9

With 0.100 2, 7.10-8 0.050 2, 1.10-8 1, 3.10-8 8-9 7, 9.10, 6.10-9 6, 2.10-9

CD-113 F 0.100 2, 6.10-7 0.050 2, 4.10,-7 1, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 4.10, 2.10-7 1, 2.10-7

0.100 m 1, 2.10-7 0.050 1, 0.10-7 7, 6.10-8 6, 1.10-8 5-8 5, 7.10, 5.10-8

With 0.100 7 8.10-8 0.050 5, 8.10-8 4, 1.10-8 3, 0.10-8 2-2 8, 7.10, 6.10-8

CD-113m (F) 0.100 3, 0.10-7 0.050 2, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 8.10, 3.10-7 1-1 7, 1.10, 1.10-7

0.100 m 1, 4.10-7 0.050 1, 2.10-7 8, 1.10-8 6, 0.10-8 5-8 5, 3.10, 2.10-8

With 0.100 1, 1.10-7 0.050 8, 4.10, 5.10-8 5-8 3-3 8, 9.10, 3.10-8 3, 1.10-8

CD-115 F 0.100 4 0.10-9 0.050 2, 6.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 5.10-10 4, 3.10-10 3, 5.10-10

M 0.100 6, 7.10-9 0.050 4, 8.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 2.10-9 9, 8.10-10

With 0.100 7, 2.10-9 0.050 5, 1.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

CD-115m (F) 0.100 4, 6.10-8 0.050 3, 2.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 0.10-6, 4.10 8-9 5-9, 3.10

M 0.100 4 0.10-8 0.050 2, 5.10-8 1-8, 4.10, 4.10 9-9 7-9 6, 3.10, 2.10-9

3, with 9.10-0.100 8 0.050 3, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 1.10-8 8-9 7, 9.10, 7.10-9

CD-117 F 0.100, 4.10 7-10 0.050 5, 2.10-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-10 8, 1.10-11 6, 7.10-11

0.100 m 1-9, 3.10, 3.10 0.050 9-10 4, 5.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

With 0.100 1, 4.10-9 0.050 9, 8.10-10 4, 8.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

CD-117 m (F) 0.100 8, 9.10-10 0.050 6, 7.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1-10 9, 1.10, 4.10-11

M 0.100 1.5x10-9 0.050 1, 1.10-9 5, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2-2 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

With 0.100 1.5x10-9 0.050 1, 1.10-9 5-10-10, 3-10, 8.10 2, 6.10-10 2, 1.10-10

Indium

In-109 F 0.040 2, 6.10-10 0.020 2, 1.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 3.10-11 3, 6.10-11 2, 9.10-11

M 0.040 3, 3.10-10 0.020 2, 6.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 4.10-11 5-11-4, 3.10, 2.10-11

In-110 F 0.040 8, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.020 7-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 3.10, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10

M 0.040 9, 9.10-10 0.020 8, 3.10-4, 4.10-10 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

In-110 F 0.040 3, 0.10-10 0.020 2, 1.10-10 9, 9.10-11 6, 0.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

M 0.040 4, 5.10-10 0.020 3, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 2.10-11 5-11-4, 8.10, 7.10-11

In-111 F 0.040 1, 2.10-9 0.020 8, 6.10-10 4, 2.10-10, 2-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 3.10-10

M 0.040 1.5x10-9 0.020 1, 2.10-9 6, 2.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10

In-112 F 0.040 4, 4.10-11 0.020 3, 0.10-11 1, 3.10-11 8-10-12, 5-12-4, 4.10, 7.10-12

M 0.040 6, 5.10-11 0.020 4, 4.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 3.10-11 8-10-12, 7-12, 4.10

In-113m F 0.040 1, 0.10-10 0.020 7, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 2.10-11 9-12, 7.10

M 0.040 1, 6.10-10 0.020 1, 1.10-10 5, 5.10-11 3, 6.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

In-114m F 0.040 1, 2.10-7 7, 0.020 7.10-8, 4.10 3-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 1.10-8 9, 3.10-9

M 0.040 4, 8.10-8 0.020 3, 3.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 0.10-8 7, 8.10-9 6, 1.10-9

In-115 F 0.040 8, 3.10-7 0.020 7 8.10-7 5, 5.10-7 5-7, 4-7, 2.10 3, 9.10-7

M 0.040 3, 0.10-7 0.020 2, 8.10-7 2, 1.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 7.10-7 1, 6.10-7

In-115m F 0.040 2, 8.10-10 0.020 1, 9.10-10 8-11, 4.10, 5, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 4.10-11


M 0.040 4, 7.10-10 0.020 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 7, 2.10-11 5, 9.10-11

In-116 F 0.040 2, 5.10-10 0.020 1, 9.10-10 9, 2.10-11, 5-11 3-10, 4.10-11 2, 8.10-11

M 0.040 3, 6.10-10 0.020 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8, 5.10-5, 6.10 11-11 4, 5.10-11

In-117 F 0.040 1, 4.10-10 9, 0.020 7.10-11 4, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 5.10-11

M 0.040 2, 3.10-10 0.020 1, 6.10-10 7, 5.10-11 5, 0.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 9.10-11

In-117 m F 0.040 3, 4.10-10 0.020 2, 3.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-2, 9.10, 11-11

M 0.040 6, 0.10-10 0.020 4 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 3.10-10 8-10-11, 7-11, 2.10

In-119 F 0.040 1, 2.10-10, 3.10-0.020 7 11 3, 1.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10, 0.10-11

M 0.040 1, 8.10-10 0.020 1, 1.10-10 4, 11 3, 9.10-2.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

Tin

SN-110 F 0.040 1, 0.10-9 0.020 7, 6.10, 6.10-10 3-10 2-10-1, 2.10 2.10-10, 9-11, 9.10

M 0.040 1.5x10-9 0.020 1, 1.10-9 5, 1.10, 2.10-10 3-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 6.10-10

SN-111 F 0.040 7, 7.10-11 0.020 5, 4.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10 1-11-11 9-12 7, 4.10, 8.10-12

M 0.040 1, 1.10-10 0.020 8, 0.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

SN-113 F 0.040 5, 1.10-9 0.020 3, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6, 4.10, 4.10-10 5-10

M 0.040 1, 3.10-8 0.020 1, 0.10-8 5, 9-4, 8.10-0.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 7.10-9

SN 117 m-F 0.040 3, 3.10-9 0.020 2, 2.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6-10 3, 1.10, 4.10, 8.10-10 2-10

M 0.040 1, 0.10-8 0.020 7, 7.10-9 4-9 3-3 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 2, 4.10-9

SN-119 F 0.040 3, 0.10-9 0.020 2, 2.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6-10, 3-10-2, 4.10, 8.10-10

M 0.040 1, 0.10-0.020 7, 9.10 8-9, 4-9 3-10, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 2.10-9

SN-121 F 0.040 7, 7.10-10 0.020 5, 0.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 3.10-1 10 7 11 6, 0.10-0.10-11

M 0.040 1.5x10-9 0.020 1, 1.10-9 5, 1.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10

SN-121m F 0.040 6, 9.10-0.020 5, 4.10 9-9 2, 8.10, 6.10-9 1-9 9-10 9, 4.10, 0.10-10

M 0.040 1-8, 9.10 0.020 1.5x10-8 9, 2.10-9 6-9 5, 4.10, 5.10-9 4, 5.10-9

SN-123 F 0.040 1-8, 4.10 0.020 9, 9.10-9 4, 5.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 2.10-9

M 0.040 4 0.10-8 0.020 3, 1.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1, 2.10-8 9, 5.10-9 8, 1.10-9

SN-123m F 1, 4.10-0.040 10 0.020 8, 9.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10, 3.10-11

M 0.040 2, 3.10-10 0.020 1.5x10-7 10, 0.10-11 4, 6.10-11 3, 2.10-2, 11-11-10

SN-125 F 0.040 1, 2.10-8 0.020 8, 0.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 1.10-9 8, 9.10-10

M 0.040 2, 1.10-8 0.020 1.5x10-8 7-9 5, 6.10, 0.10-9 3-3 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

SN-126 F 0.040 7, 3.10-0.020 5, 9.10 8-8 3-8-2, 2.10, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 1.10-8

M 0.040 1, 2.10-7 0.020 1, 0.10-7 6, 2.10-8 4, 1.10-8 3, 3.10-8 2, 8.10-8

SN-127 F 0.040 6, 6.10-10 0.020 4, 7.10-10 2, 3.10-4.10-10 1 10 7, 9.10, 11-6, 5.10-11

M 0.040 1, 0.10-9 0.020, 4.10 7-10 3-10-10, 2-10, 4.10 1, 6.10-10 1, 3.10-10

SN-128 F 0.040 5, 1.10-10 0.020 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 0.10-10 6, 1.10-11 5, 0.10-11

M 0.040 8, 0.10-10 0.020 5, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10, 2.10-10 9-11

antimony

SB-115 F 0.200 8, 1.10-11 0.100 5, 9.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 0.10-11 8, 5.10-12

0.020 m 1, 2.10-10, 3.10-0.010 8 11 4, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

With 0.020 1, 2.10-10 0.010 8, 6.10-11 4, 1.10-2, 11-1, 11-10-11 1, 4.10-11

SB-116 F 0.200 8, 4.10-11 0.100 6, 2.10-11 3, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 1.10-11 9-12, 1.10

0.020 m 1, 1.10-8 0.010, 2.10 10-11 4, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10, 3.10-11

With 0.020 1, 2.10-10, 5.10-0.010 8 11 4, 1.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

SB-116 F 0.200 2, 6.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11

M 0.020 3, 6.10-10 0.010 2, 8.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 1.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 7.10-11

With 0.020 3, 7.10-10 0.010 2, 9.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 4.10-11 6, 1.10-11 4, 9.10-11

SB-117 F 0.200 7, 7.10-11 0.100 6, 0.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 0.10-11 8, 5.10-12

0.020 m 1, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.010 9-11, 4-11, 11-3 2, 0.10-11 1, 6.10-11

With 0.020 1, 3.10-0.010 9, 5.10 10-11 4, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 2.10-1, 11-10-11

SB-F 118 m 0.200 7, 3.10-10 0.100, 2.10 6-10 3-10-2, 3.10, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10 9, 3.10-11

0.020 m 9, 3.10-10 0.010 7, 6.10-10 4 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

With 0.020 9, 5.10-10 0.010 7 8.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

SB-119 F 0.200 2, 7.10-10 0.100 2, 0.10-10 9-11, 4.10, 5.10 5-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 3.10-11

0.020 m 4, 0.10-10 0.010 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-3, 4.10, 5.10-11

With 0.020 4, 1.10-10 0.010 2, 9.10-10-1, 10-8, 4.10 2.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 6.10-11

SB-120 F 0.200 4, 1.10-9, 3.10 0.100 3-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 6, 7.10-10 5, 5.10-10

0.020 m 6, 3.10-9 0.010 5, 0.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

With 0.020 6, 6.10-9, 3.10 0.010 5-9 2-9 1, 9.10, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

SB-120 F 0.200 4, 6.10-11 0.100 3, 1.10-11 1, 4.10-11 8, 9.10-12 5, 4.10-12 4, 6.10-12

0.020 m 6, 6.10-11 0.010 4, 4.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 3.10-11 8-12 7, 3.10, 0.10-12

With 0.020 6, 8.10-11 0.010 4, 6.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 4.10-11 8-12 7-10, 3.10-12

SB-122 F 0.200 4, 2.10-9 0.100 2, 8.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 4.10, 4.10-10 4-10 3-10

0.020 m 8-9, 3.10 0.010 5, 7.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

With 0.020 8, 8.10-9 0.010 6, 1.10-9, 3-9, 2-9, 1-9-1, 4.10, 1.10-9

SB-124 F 0.200 1, 2.10-8 0.100 8.10-8, 9-4, 3.10 9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

M 0.020 3, 1.10-8 0.010 2-8, 4.10, 4.10 1-8 9, 6.10-9 7-10-9, 6-9, 4.10

3, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 3, 1.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 0.10-8 8, 6.10-9

SB-124 m F 0.200 2, 7.10-11 0.100 1, 9.10-11 9-12, 5-12 3, 6.10, 4.10, 8.10-12 2-12

0.020 m 4, 3.10-11 0.010 3, 1.10-11 1, 5.10-11 9-12, 6.10 6, 5.10-12 5, 4.10-12

With 0.020 4, 6.10-11 0.010 3, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11 7, 2.10-12 5, 9.10-12

SB-125 F 0.200 8, 7.10-9 0.100, 8.10 6-9 3-10-9, 2-9, 3.10 1, 5.10-9 1-9, 4.10

0.020 m 2, 0.10-8 0.010 1, 6.10-8 1, 0.10-8 6, 8.10-9 5-9-4, 8.10, 8.10-9

With 0.020 4, 2.10-8 0.010 3, 8.10-8, 4.10 2-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 4.10-8 1, 2.10-8

SB-126 F 0.200 8, 8.10-9 0.100 6, 6.10-9 3-9-2, 3.10, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10, 0.10-9

0.020 m 1, 7.10-8 0.010 1, 3.10-4.10-8 7, 9 5, 1.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 8.10-9

1, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 1.5x10-8 8, 2.10-9 5-9, 4-9, 3-9, 2.10

SB-126 m F 0.200 1, 2.10-10 0.100 8, 2.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 4.10, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-11

0.020 m 1, 7.10-10 0.010 1, 2.10-10, 5.10-5 11 3, 5.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 9.10-11

With 0.020 1, 8.10-10 0.010 1, 2.10-10, 5-11 3-10, 7-10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

SB-127 F 0.200 5, 1.10-9 0.100 3, 5.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9-10-10, 5-10, 2.10 4, 3.10-10

0.020 m 1, 0.10-8 0.010 7, 3.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

With 0.020 1, 1.10-8 0.010 7, 9.10-9 4, 2.10-9 3-9, 2-9-1, 3.10, 9.10-9

SB-128 F 0.200 2, 1.10-9 0.100 1 7.10-9 8-10 5, 3.10, 1.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10

M 0.020 3, 3.10-9 0.010 2, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-10 5, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10

With 0.020 3, 4.10-9 0.010 2, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 3.10-8 10 5, 2.10-10 4, 2.10-10

SB-128 F 0.200 9, 8.10-11 0.100 6-11 3, 9.10, 11 2, 2.10-0.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10, 0.10-11

0.020 m 1, 3.10-0.010 9, 2.10 10-11 4, 3.10-2, 11-10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

With 0.020 1-10, 4.10, 4.10-0.010 9 11 4, 4.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

SB-129 F 0.200 1, 1.10-9 0.100 8, 2.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10

0.020 m 2, 0.10-9 0.010 1, 4.10-9 6-10 4, 8.10, 4.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10

With 0.020 2, 1.10-9 0.010 1.5x10-7 9, 2.10-10, 4-10 3-10, 2-10, 5.10.

SB-130 F 0.200 3, 0.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

0.020 m 4, 5.10-10 0.010 3, 2.10-10, 1-10 9, 8.10-11 6, 3.10-11 5, 1.10-11

With 0.020 4, 6.10-10 0.010 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 6, 5.10-11 5, 3.10-11

SB-131 F 0.200 3, 5.10-10 0.100 2, 8.10-10 1-10 7, 4.10, 7.10-11 4, 6.10-11 3, 5.10-11

M 0.020 3, 9.10-10 0.010 2, 6.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 0.10-11 5, 3.10-11 4, 4.10-11

With 0.020 3, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 6.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 9.10-11 5, 3.10-11 4, 4.10-11

tellurium

Te-116 F 0.600 5, 3.10-10 0.300 4, 2.10-10, 1.10-2 10 1, 3.10-10 7, 2.10-11 5, 8.10-11

M 0.200 8, 6.10-6, 4.10 0.100 10-10 3-10 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 9, 1.10-10 0.010 6, 7.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

Te-121 F 0.600 1 7.10-9 0.300 1, 4.10-9 7, 2.10-10, 4-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 4.10-10

M 0.200 2, 3.10-9 0.100 1, 9.10-9 1-9, 6-10-4, 8.10, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10

With 0.020 2, 4.10-9 0.010 2, 0.10-9 1-9 7, 1.10, 2.10-10 5, 1.10-10 4, 1.10-10

Te-121m F 0.600 1-8, 4.10 0.300 1, 0.10-8 5-9-3, 3.10, 3.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 8.10-9

M 0.200 1-8, 9.10 0.100 1.5x10-8 8, 8.10-9 6-9 5, 1.10, 1.10-9 4, 2.10-9

With 0.020 2, 3.10-8 0.010 1, 9.10-8 1, 2.10-8 8, 1.10-9 6-9 5, 9.10, 7.10-9

Te-123 F 0.600 1, 1.10-8 0.300 9, 1.10-9 6, 2.10-9 4-4 9, 8.10, 0.10-9 3, 9.10-9

M 0.200 5, 6.10-9 0.100, 4.10 4-9 3-9, 2-9-2, 3.10, 0.10-9 1-9, 9.10

With 0.020 5, 3.10-9 0.010 5, 0.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9

Te-123m F 0.600 9, 8.10-9 0.300 6, 8.10-3, 4.10 9-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 9, 5.10-10

M 0.200 1, 8.10-8 0.100 1, 3.10-8 8, 0.10-9 5-5 9, 7.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 4-9

With 0.020 2, 0.10-8 0.010 1, 6.10-8.10-8 9, 9 7, 1.10-9, 3.10-6 9 5, 1.10-9


Te-125 m F 0.600 6, 2.10-9 0.300, 2.10 4-9 2-9, 1-9, 1.10 6, 1.10-10 5, 1.10-10

M 0.200 1.5x10-8 0.100 1, 1.10-8 6, 6.10-9 4-4 9, 8.10, 3.10-3, 4.10 9-9

With 0.020 1 7.10-8 0.010 1, 3.10-8 7, 8.10-9 5-5 9, 8.10, 3.10-4 9, 2.10-9

Te-127 F 0.600 4, 3.10-10 0.300, 2.10 3-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 9.10-11

M 0.200 1, 0.10-9 0.100 7, 3.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 6.10, 3.10-10

With 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 7, 9.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 4.10-10

Te-127m F 0.600 2, 1.10-8 0.300 1-8, 4.10, 5.10-9 6 3, 5.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9

M 0.200 3, 5.10-8 0.100 2, 6.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1-8 9, 1.10, 2.10-9 7, 4.10-9

With 0.020 4, 1.10-8 0.010 3, 3.10-8 2, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 2.10-8 9, 10-9

Te-129 F 0.600 1, 8.10-10 0.300 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 1.10, 2.10 3-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

M 0.200 3, 3.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10 9, 9.10-11 6, 5.10-11 4, 4.10-11, 3-11-10

With 0.020 3, 5.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 1 0.10-10 6, 11, 4, 9.10-7.10-11 3, 9.10-11

Te-129m F 0.600 2, 0.10-8 0.300 1, 3.10-8 5, 9 3, 8.10-1.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 3.10-9

M 0.200 3, 5.10-8 0.100 2, 6.10-8 1-8 9, 4.10, 8.10-9 8, 0.10-9 6, 6.10-9

With 0.020 3, 8.10-8 0.010 2, 9.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 2.10-8 9, 6.10-9 7, 9.10-9

Te-131 F 0.600 2, 3.10-10 0.300 2, 0.10-10 9, 9.10-11 5-11-3, 3.10, 3.10-11 2, 3.10-11

M 0.200 2, 6.10-10 0.100 1 7.10-10 8-11 5, 1.10, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11

With 0.020 2, 4.10-10 0.010 1, 6.10-10 7, 4.10-11 4, 9.10-11 3, 3.10-11 2, 8.10-11

Te-131 F 0.600 8, 7.10-9 0.300 7, 6.10-9 3-9, 2, 9.10, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 8, 6.10-10

M 0.200 7, 9.10-9 0.100 5, 9 3, 8.10-0.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 9, 4.10-10

With 0.020 7, 0.10-9 0.010 5, 1.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 1.10-9 9, 1.10-10

Te-132 F 0.600 2, 2.10-8 0.300 1, 8.10-8 8, 5.10-9 4, 2.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1, 8.10-9

M 0.200 1, 6.10-8 0.100 1, 3.10-6, 4.10 8-9 4, 0.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 0.10-9

With 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 1, 1.10-8 5, 9 3, 8.10-8.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 0.10-9

Te-133 F 0.600 2, 4.10-10 0.300 2, 1.10-10 9, 6.10, 6.10-11 4-11 2, 8.10, 9.10, 11-1-11

M 0.200 2, 0.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

With 0.020 1 7.10-10 0.010 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 4.10, 5.10-3 11 2, 2.10-11 1, 9.10-11

Te-133 m engine has F 0.600 1, 0.10-9 0.300 8, 9.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 1.10

M 0.200, 5.10 8-10 5 0.100, 8.10-10 2, 8.10-1, 10-10-10 1 10 8, 1.10-7-10-11

With 0.020 7, 4.10-10 5, 0.010 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 8, 4.10-11

Te-134 F 0.600 4, 7.10-10 0.300, 7.10 3-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 0.10-10 6, 0.10-11, 4-11-10

M 0.200 5, 5.10-10 0.100 3, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10, 1.10-8 11 6, 6.10-11

With 0.020 5, 6.10-10 0.010 4 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 3.10-10 8-11-6, 4.10, 8.10-11

iodine

I-120 F 1.000 1, 3.10-9 1.000 1, 0.10-9 4, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 0.10-10

M 0.200 1, 1.10-9, 3.10 0.100 7-10 3-10 2, 4.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 1, 0.10-9 0.010 6, 9.10-10 3-10 2, 2.10, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 0.10-10

I-120 m F 8, 6.10-1.000 10 1.000 6, 9.10-10 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 8, 2.10-11

M 0.200 8, 2.10-10 0.100 5, 9.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 8-10-11

With 0.020 8, 2.10-10, 8.10-0.010 5 10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 8, 8.10-11

I-121 (F) 1.000 2, 3.10-10 1.000 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 0.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 7.10-11

M 0.200 2, 1.10-10 0.100 1.5x10-10 7-11 4, 8.10, 9.10, 11-3, 11-2, 2.10 5.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.020 10 0.010 1, 4.10-10 7, 0.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 4.10-11

I-123 F 1.000 8-10-10 1.000 7, 9.10-10 3, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 7, 4.10-11

M 0.200 5, 3.10-10 0.100 3, 9.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 2.10 6, 4.10-11

With 0.020 4, 3.10-10 0.010 3, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 7, 6.10-11 6, 0.10-11

I-124 F 1.000 4-10-8, 1.000 4, 5.10-8 2, 2.10-8 1, 1.10-8 6, 7.10-4, 4.10 9-9

M 0.200 1-8, 4.10 0.100 9, 3.10-4, 9-2, 9-1, 9 5.10 6.10-9 1, 2.10-9

With 0.020 6, 2.10-9 0.010 4, 4.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 4.10-10 7, 7.10-10

I-125 (F) 1.000 2, 0.10-8 1.000 2, 3.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1-8 7, 1.10, 2.10-9 5, 1.10-9

M 0.200 6, 9.10-9 0.100 5, 6.10, 6.10-9 3-9 2-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

With 0.020 2, 4.10-9 0.010 1, 8.10-9 1, 0.10-9 6, 7.10-10 4, 8.10-10 3, 8.10-10

I-126 (F) 1.000 8, 1.10-8 1.000 8-8-4, 3.10, 5.10-8 2-8, 4.10, 5.10 1-8 9, 10-9

M 0.200 2-8, 4.10 0.100 1 7.10-8 9, 5.10-9 5, 5.10-9 3, 8.10-2, 9-10-9

With 0.020 8-9, 3.10 0.010 5, 9.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

I-128 F 1.000 1, 5.10-10 1.000 1, 1.10-10 4, 11-2, 7.10 7.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

M 0.200 1, 9.10-10 0.100 1, 2.10-10 5, 3.10-4.10-11 3, 11 2, 2.10-11 1, 9.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.020 10 0.010 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 4.10, 5.10 3-11 2-2 11, 3.10, 0.10-11

I-129 F 1.000 7, 2.10-8 1.000 8, 6.10-8 6, 1.10-8 6, 7.10-8 4-8-3, 6.10, 6.10-8

M 0.200 3, 6.10-8 0.100 3, 3.10-8 2-2 8, 4.10, 4.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 5.10-8

2, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 2, 6.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 1.10-8 9, 10-9

I-130 (F) 1.000 8, 2.10-9 1.000 7-9-3, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 6, 7.10-10

M 0.200 4, 3.10-9 0.100 3, 1.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 2.10-10 5, 8.10-10 4, 5.10-10

With 0.020 3, 3.10-0.010 2, 4.10 9-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-10 5, 1.10-10 4, 1.10-10

I-131 F 1.000 7, 2.10-8 7 1.000, 2.10-8 3, 7.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 1.10-8, 4.10 7-9

M 0.200 2, 2.10-8 0.100 1.5x10-8 8, 2.10-9 4-9 3-10, 9-2, 4.10 4.10-9

With 0.020 8, 8.10-9 0.010 6, 2.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9

I-132 (F) 1.000 1, 1.10-9 9, 1.000 6.10-10 4, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-10 9, 3.10, 4.10-11

M 0.200 9, 9.10-10 0.100 7, 3.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

With 0.020 9, 3.10-10 0.010 6, 8.10-3, 4.10-10 10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

I-132m (F) 1.000 9, 6.10-10 1.000 8, 4.10-10 4 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 7, 9.10-11

M 0.200 7, 2.10-10, 3.10-0.100 5 10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8-10-11

With 0.020 6, 6.10-10 0.010 4, 8.10-10 2, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 8, 5.10-11

I-133 (F) 1.000 1-8, 9.10 1.000 1, 8.10-8 8-9-3, 3.10, 8.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 5.10-9

M 0.200 6, 6.10-9 0.100, 4.10 4-9 2-9 1, 1.10, 2.10-9 7-10 5, 4.10, 5.10-10

With 0.020 3, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 9.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 0.10-10 5, 3.10, 3.10-10 4-10

I-134 (F) 1.000 4-10 3-10-1.000, 10 1, 8.10-10 9, 7.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 5.10-11

M 0.200 4, 8.10-10 0.100, 4.10 3-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 0.10-10 6, 7.10-11 5, 4.10-11

With 0.020 4, 8.10-10 0.010 3, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 6, 8.10-11 5, 5.10-11

I-135 (F) 1.000 4, 1.10-9 1.000 3, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-9 7, 9.10-10 4, 8.10, 2.10-10 3-10

M 0.200 2, 2.10-9 0.100 1, 6.10-9 7, 8.10-10 4-10-10, 3-10, 2-10, 4.10

With 0.020 1, 8.10-1, 3.10 0.010 9-9 6, 5.10-10 4, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 2.10-10

cesium

CS-125 F 1.000 1, 2.10-10 1.000 8, 3.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2, 4.10, 4.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-11

M 0.200 2, 0.10-10 0.100 1, 4.10, 5.10-10 6-11, 4-11, 2.10 2, 7.10-11 2, 2.10-11

With 0.020 2, 1.10-10 0.010 1-10 6, 4.10, 8.10-11 4, 4.10, 8.10-11 2-2 11, 3.10-11

CS-127 (F) 1.000 1, 6.10-10 1.000 1, 3.10-10 6-11, 4, 9.10, 2.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 0.10-11

M 0.200 2, 8.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10, 1.10-1 10 7, 3.10-4, 11-3, 11-11

With 0.020 3, 0.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 4-11 3, 8.10 8.10-11

CS-129 F 1.000 3, 4.10-10 1.000 2, 8.10-1, 10-8, 4.10, 10-10-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 2.10-11

M 0.200 5, 7.10-10 0.100 4, 6.10-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-10 9, 1.10-11 7, 3.10-11

With 0.020 6, 3.10-10 0.010 4, 9.10-10 2, 5.10-1, 10-9, 10-10-11, 7-11-10

CS-130 F 8, 1.000 3.10-11 1.000 5, 6.10-11 2, 5.10-1, 11-9, 11-12 7, 4.10, 8.10-12

M 0.200 1, 3.10-10 0.100 8, 7.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10-11

With 0.020 1, 4.10-10 0.010 9, 0.10-11 4, 1.10-2, 11-1, 11-10-11 1, 4.10-11

CS-131 (F) 1.000 2, 4.10-10 1.000 1, 7.10-10 8, 4.10-11 5-11-3, 3.10, 2.10-2, 11-11-10

M 0.200 3, 5.10-10 0.100 2, 6.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 5.10-11 5, 5.10-11 4, 4.10-11

With 0.020 3, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 8.10-10 1-10 9, 4.10, 1.10-11 5-11, 4, 9.10, 7.10-11

CS-132 (F) 1.000 1, 5.10-9 1.000 1, 2.10-6, 4.10 9-10 4, 1.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 3.10-10

M 0.200 1, 9.10-9 0.100 1.5x10-8, 4.10 9-10 5, 4.10-10 3-10 2-10, 9.10-10

With 0.020 2, 0.10-9 0.010 1, 6.10-9 8-10-10, 5, 6.10-10 3-3 10, 8.10, 0.10-10

CS-134 (F) 1.000 1, 1.10-8 1.000 7, 3.10-5 9, 2.10-9 5-6 9, 3.10, 3.10-9 6, 6.10-9

M 0.200 3, 2.10-8 0.100 2, 6.10, 6.10-8 1-1 8, 2.10-8 1, 1.10-8 9, 1.10-9

With 0.020 7, 0.10-8 0.010 6, 3.10-8 4, 1.10-8 2, 8.10-8 2-2 8, 3.10, 0.10-8

CS-134 m (F) 1.000 1, 3.10-10 1.000 8, 6.10-8.10-11 3, 11 2, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10-11

M 0.200 3, 3.10-10 0.100 2, 3.10-1, 2.10 10-10 8-11 6, 3.10, 6.10-11 5, 4.10-11

With 0.020 3, 6.10-10 0.010 2, 5.10-1, 3.10-10 10 9, 2.10-7 11, 4.10-11 6, 0.10-11

CS-135 F 1.000 1, 7.10-1.000 9 9, 9.10-10 6, 2.10-10 6, 1.10-10 6-6 10, 8.10, 9.10-10

M 0.200 1, 2.10-8 0.100 9, 3.10-5, 9-4, 9-10 1.10-9 3-3 9, 8.10, 1.10-9

With 0.020 2, 7.10-8 0.010, 4.10 2-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 1.10-8 9, 5.10-9 8, 6.10-9

CS-135 m (F) 1.000 9, 2.10-11 1.000 7 8.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2, 4.10, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10-11

M 0.200 1, 2.10-10, 9.10 0.100 9-11 5-11, 2.10 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 5.10-11

With 0.020 1, 2.10-10, 0.10-0.010 1 10 5 11-3, 3.10, 3.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 6.10-11


CS-136 (F) 1.000 7, 3.10-9 1.000 5, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 2.10-9

M 0.200 1, 3.10-8 0.100 1, 0.10-8 6, 0.10-9 3-3 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 2, 5.10-9

With 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 1, 1.10-8 5, 7.10-9 4, 1.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 8.10-9

CS-137 (F) 1.000 8, 8.10-1.000 5, 4.10 9-3, 9-3, 9-10-9-4, 9-4, 4.10 6.10-9

M 0.200 3, 6.10-8, 9.10 0.100 2-8 1-1 8, 8.10, 3.10-8 1-8 9, 1.10, 7.11-9

With 0.020 1, 1.10-0.010 7 1 7 7, 0.10-0.10-8 4-8-4, 8.10, 2.10-8 3, 9.10-8

CS-138 (F) 1.000 2, 6.10-10 1.000 1, 8.10-10 8-11 5, 1.10, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

M 0.200 4 0.10-10 0.100 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 8.10, 9.10-11 4-4 11, 1.10-11

With 0.020 4, 2.10-10 0.010 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 2.10-11 5-11, 1.10 4, 3.10-11

barium

BA-126 F 0.600 6, 7.10-10 5 0.200, 2.10-10 2, 4.10, 4.10-10 1-10 6-11 7, 9.10, 4.10-11

M 0.200 1, 0.10-9 0.100 7, 0.10-10 3, 2.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 1, 1.10-9 0.010 7, 2.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

BA-128 F 0.600 5, 9.10-9 0.200 5, 4.10, 5.10-9 2-9 1-9, 4.10, 4.10 7-10 7, 6.10-10

M 0.200 1, 1.10-8 0.100, 8.10 7-9 3-10-9, 2-9, 4.10, 5.10 1-9 1-9, 3.10

With 0.020 1, 2.10-8 0.010 8, 3.10-9 4, 0.10-9 2, 6.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10-9

BA-131 F 0.600 2, 1.10-9 0.200, 4.10-1 9 7, 1.10-10 4-10-10, 3-10-2, 1.10, 2.10-10

M 0.200, 7.10 3-9, 1.10 0.100 3-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 9-10-10, 7-10

With 0.020 4 0.10-9 0.010 3, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 3.10-9 1-9 8, 1.10, 7.11-10

BA-131 F 0.600 2, 7.10-11 0.200 2, 1.10-11 1, 0.10-11 6, 7.10-12 4-4 12, 7.10, 0.10-12

M 0.200 4, 8.10-11 0.100 3, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 2.10-11 9-12, 7-12, 4.10

With 0.020 5, 0.10-11 0.010 3, 5.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 2.10-11 9-12 7, 5.10, 8.10-12

BA-133 F 0.600 1, 1.10-8 0.200, 5.10 4-9 2-9 3-6 9, 7.10, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9

M 0.200 1.5x10-8 0.100 1, 0.10-6, 4.10 8-9 5-5 9, 1.10, 5.10-9 3, 1.10-9

With 0.020 3, 2.10-8 0.010 2-2 8, 9.10, 0.10-8 1, 3.10-8 1-1 8, 1.10, 0.10-8

BA-133 m engine has F 0.600 1, 4.10-9 0.200 1, 1.10-9 4, 9.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 8.10-10

M 0.200 3, 0.10-9 0.100 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 6-10, 9.10 5, 2.10-10 4, 2.10-10

With 0.020 3, 1.10-9 0.010 2, 4.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7-10 5, 6.10, 8.10-10 4-10

BA-135 m F 0.600 1, 1.10-9 0.200 1, 0.10-9 4, 6.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 4.10-10

M 0.200 2, 4.10-9 0.100 1, 8.10, 9.10 8-9-10 5-10 4, 4.10, 1.10-10 3, 3.10-10

With 0.020 2, 7.10-9 0.010 1-9 8, 9.10, 6.10-10 5, 9.10-10 4, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10

BA-139 F 0.600 3, 3.10-10 0.200 2, 4.10-10 1-10 6, 1.10, 0.10-11 3-3 11, 1.10, 4.10-11

M 0.200 5, 4.10-10 0.100, 5.10 3-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 6-11 5, 6.10, 6.10-11

With 0.020 5, 7.10-10 0.010 3, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 0.10-11 5, 9.10-11

BA-140 F 0.600 1-8, 4.10, 8.10 0.200 7-9 3, 6.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-9

M 0.200 2, 7.10-8 0.100 2, 0.10-8 1, 1.10-8 7, 6.10-9 6-9, 2.10 5, 1.10-9

2, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 2, 2.10-8 1, 2.10-8 8, 6.10-9 7-9 5, 1.10, 8.10-9

BA-141 F 0.600 1, 9.10-10 0.200 1-10 6, 4.10, 4.10, 8.10-11 3-11 2-2 11, 1.10, 1.10-11

M 0.200 3, 0.10-10 0.100 2, 0.10-10 9, 3.10-11 5, 9.10-11 3-3 11, 8.10, 2.10-11

With 0.020 3, 2.10-10 0.010 2, 1.10-10 9-10-11, 6-11, 2.10, 0.10-11 4 3, 4.10-11

BA-142 F 0.600 1, 3.10-10 0.200 9, 6.10-11 4, 5.10-2, 11-10-11 1-1 11, 5.10-11

M 0.200 1, 8.10-10 0.100 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.020 10 0.010 1, 3.10-6, 2.10 10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 6.10, 2.10-11

Lantau

La-131 F 0.005 1, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 8-10-11, 4-11, 2.10 2, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10, 3.10-11

0.005 m 1, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 4.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

La-132 (F) 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-7, 4-10-10, 3-10 2-10, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 0.10-10

0.005 m 1, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 1.10, 4.10, 4.10-10 3-10 2-10, 1-10

La-135 F 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-7, 4-10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 3.10, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11

0.005 m 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 4, 10, 11 3, 9.10-0.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

La-137 (F) 0.005 2, 5.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 1.10-8 8-9 8, 9.10, 7.10-9

0.005 m 8, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-9 5, 6.10-9 4, 0.10-9 3-3 9, 6.10, 6.10-9

La-138 F 0.005 3, 7.10-7 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-7 2, 4.10, 8.10-7 1-7 1-1 7, 6.10, 5.10-7

0.005 m 1, 3.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-7 9, 1.10-8 6, 8.10-8 6-8 6, 4.10, 4.10-8

La-140 F 0.005 5, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4-9-2, 2.10, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 6, 9.10-10 5, 7.10-10

0.005 m 8, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6-9-3, 3.10, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

La-141 F 0.005 8, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-10 2, 3.10-4.10-10 1 10 7, 5.10-11 6, 3.10-11

0.005 m 1, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 9, 3.10, 3.10-10 4-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 5.10-10

La-142 F 0.005 5, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 6, 3.10-11 5-11, 2.10

0.005 m 8, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 5, 7.10, 7.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 8, 9.10-11

La-143 F 0.005 1, 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 8, 6.10-11 3, 7.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 2.10-11

0.005 m 2, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 0.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

cér

CE-134 F 0.005 7, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 5-9-2, 3.10, 3.10-4.10-9 1, 9 7, 7.10, 7.10-10 5-10

0.005 m 1, 1.10-8 5, 0-7, 4-9, 3-9 2-10, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 8, 9 3, 8.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10-9

CE-135 F 0.005 2, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 8, 5.10-10 5, 3.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 4.10-10

0.005 m 3, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-9 1-9, 4.10 8, 9.10-10 5, 9.10-10 4, 8.10-10

With the 7.10-0.005 3, 9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 2-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 4.10-10 6, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-10

CE-137 (F) 0.005 7, 5.10-11 5, 0.10-4 5, 6.10-2, 11-1, 11-10-11 8-12 7-10, 0.10-12

0.005 m 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10, 6.10-11 3-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 2.10-11 9, 8.10-12

With the 0.005 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 7-11 3-10-11, 2-11-1, 3.10, 3.10-11 1, 0.10-11

CE-137m F 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9 4, 6.10-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

0.005 m 3, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-9 6, 7.10, 1.10-10 5-10 4-10, 1.10

With the 0.005 3, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-2 9 1, 0.10-9 7, 3.10-10 5, 6.10-10 4, 4.10-10

CE-139 F 0.005 1, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-9 4, 5.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

0.005 m 7, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 1.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

With the 0.005 7 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 4.10-9 1-9, 9.10

CE-141 F 0.005 1, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-4 7, 3.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 2.10-9 9, 3.10-10

0.005 m 1-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 6, 3.10-9 4-4 9, 6.10, 1.10-9 3, 2.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-8 5, 0-4 1, 2.10-8 7, 1.10-9 5-9-4, 3.10, 8.10-9 3, 8.10-9

CE-143 F 0.005 3, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2-9-1, 3.10, 0.10-9 6, 2.10-10 3, 3.10-2, 10-10-10

0.005 m 5, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 9, 3.10-10 7, 5.10-10

5, with 9.10-0.005 9 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 0.10-9 8, 3.10-10

CE-144 F 0.005 3-7 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 2, 7.10-7 1-7 7, 4.10, 8.10-8 4-8-4, 8.10, 0.10-8

0.005 m 1-7, 9.10 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-8.10-7 8, 8 5, 5.10-8 4, 1.10-8 3, 6.10-8

With the 0.005 2, 1.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1-1 7, 8.10, 1.10-7 7, 3.10-8 5, 8.10-8 5, 3.10-8

prazeodym

PR-136 M 0.005 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4, 8.10-8 11 4, 2.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

With the 0.005 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 9, 0.10-11 4, 3.10-2, 11-10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

PR-137 M 0.005 1, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.005 10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 4.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

PR-138 M 0.005 5, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10 2, 3.10-4.10-10 1 10 9-11, 7-11, 2.10

With the 0.005 6, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 4, 7.10-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-10 9, 3.10-11 7, 4.10-11

PR-139 M 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10 5, 5.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 8.10-11

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 5-11 3-10, 7-10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

PR-142 M 0.005 5, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 6, 2.10-10 5, 2.10-10

With the 0.005 5, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 5.10-10

PR-142m 0.005 M 6, 7.10-11 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 3.10-7, 9.10, 11-12, 6-12

With the 0.005 7, 0.10-0.10-11 5, 4 4, 7.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 4.10-11 8-12 7, 4.10, 0.10-12

PR-143 M 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-8, 4.10 4-9 4-9 3-9, 2.10 2, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 3.10-8 5, 0.10-4 9, 2.10-9 5, 1.10-9 3-3 9, 6.10, 0.10-9 2, 4.10-9

PR-144 M 0.005 1, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 3-11, 2.10 2, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.005 10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 2.10 3, 4.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11

PR-145 M 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-9-10-10, 4 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 6.10-10

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9 4, 9.10-10 3-10 2, 2.10, 0.10-1, 10-10-10

PR-147 M 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 10 4, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

neodymium

ND-136 M 0.005 4, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-10, 1-10 9, 8.10-11 6, 3.10-11 5, 1.10-11

With the 0.005 4, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 6, 6.10-11 5, 4.10-11

ND-138 M 2, 3.10-0.005 9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 7-10-10, 4, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 3.10-10

With the 0.005 2, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-9 8, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-10 3-10, 2-10, 5.10.

ND-139 M 9 0.005, 0.10-11 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-11 3, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 2.10-11 9-12, 9.10

With 9 0.005, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 6, 4.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 0.10-11


ND-139m 0.005 M 1, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-8 10 4, 5.10, 9.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 5.10-10

With the 0.005 1, 2.10, 0.10-9 5-9 4-4 10, 1.10, 6.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 5.10-10

ND-141 M 0.005 4, 1.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-11 1, 5.10-9, 11-6, 12-4, 8.10-12 12

With the 0.005 4, 3.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11 6, 2.10, 0.10-12 5-12

ND-147 M 0.005 1, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 8, 9 4, 5.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 6.10-9 4, 9.10-9 3, 5.10-9 3-9, 2-9, 4.10

ND-149 M 0.005 6, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 8, 4.10-11

With the 0.005 7, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 1.10-10 8, 9.10-11

ND-151 M 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-4 9, 11, 4, 9.10-6.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

With the 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 10 4, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

can buy better ships

PM-1, 141 M 0.005 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-11 4, 3.10-2, 11-10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

With the 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-4 9-10-11, 4-11, 4.10, 8.10 2-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

PM-143 M 0.005 6, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-9 3-9-2, 3.10, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 5.10-9

With the 0.005 5, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-9 3, 1.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

PM-144 M 0.005 3, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 8.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1, 2.10-8 9, 3.10-9 8, 2.10-9

With the 0.005 2, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 1.10-8 8, 9.10-9 7, 5.10-9

PM-145 M 0.005 1, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-4 9, 8.10-6, 4.10 9-9 4, 3.10-3, 9-3, 9-10-9

With the 0.005 7, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-9, 3.10-4 9 2, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 3.10-9

PM-146 0.005 M 6-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-3, 9.10 8-8 2-2 8, 6.10, 2.10-8 2, 1.10-8

With the 0.005 5, 3.10-8 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-8 3, 3.10-8 2, 2.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 7.10-8

PM-147 M 0.005 2, 1.10-8 5, 0-4 1-1 8, 8.10, 1.10-8 7, 0.10-9 5-5 9, 7.10, 0.10-9

1, with 9.10 0.005-8 5, 0-4 1-1 8, 6.10, 0.10-8 6, 8.10-9 5-9-4, 8.10, 9.10-9

PM-148 M 0.005 1.5x10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 8 5, 2.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 0.10-9

With the 0.005 1.5x10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 5, 5.10-9 3, 7.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 2.10-9

PM-148 m 0.005 M 2, 4.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1-1 8, 9.10, 1.10-8 7-10-9, 6-9, 3.10 5, 1.10-9

With the 0.005 2, 5.10-8 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-8 1, 2.10-8 8-9 7, 3.10, 1.10-9 5, 7.10-9

Pm-5, 149 M 0.005 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 3, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 8, 3.10-10 6, 7.10-10

With the 0.005 5, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 9, 0.10-10 7, 3.10-10

PM-150 M 0.005 1, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10

With the 0.005 1, 2.10, 0.10-9 5-4 8, 2.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

PM-151 M 0.005 3, 3.10-5, 9-4 2 0.10, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9 8-10 5, 3.10, 3.10, 3.10-10 4-10

With the 0.005 3, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10 7, 9.10-10 5-10-10, 4-10

Samarium

SM-141 M 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 10 4, 7.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

SM-141m 0.005 M 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 2, 1.10-10 9-10-11, 6-11, 1.10 3, 9.10, 11-3, 2.10-11

SM-142 M 0.005 7, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4, 8.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10, 5.10 8-11, 7-11, 1.10

SM-145 M 0.005 8, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 6-9 4-9, 2, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 6.10-9

SM-146 M 2, 7.10 0.005-5 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-5 1-1 5, 7.10, 2.10-5 1-1 5, 1.10, 1.10-5

SM-147 M 2 0.005, 5.10-5 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 1.10-9 5-6 9, 6.10, 6.10-6

SM-151 M 0.005 1, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 8 6, 7.10-9 4, 5.10-9 4-4 9, 0.10, 0.10-9

SM-153 M 0.005 4, 2.10, 0.10-9 5-4 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 0.10-9 7, 9.10-10 6, 3.10-10

SM-155 M 0.005 1.5x10-10 5, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-11 4, 4.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

SM-156 M 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 1.10, 8.10-10 3, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 2, 2.10-10

europium

EU-145 M 0.005 3, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 9.10, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 0.10-9 6, 8.10-10 5, 5.10-10

EU-146 M 0.005 5, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-4 9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 0.10-9 8, 0.10-10

EU-147 M 0.005 4, 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

EU-148 M 0.005 1-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-8 6-9-4, 8.10, 6.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 6.10-9

EU-149 M 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-9 7, 3.10-10 4-10 3-10, 5.10-10 2, 9.10-10

EU-150 M 0.005 1, 1.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-7 7, 8.10-8 5-10-8, 5-8 5, 3.10, 3.10-8

EU-150 M 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 1.10, 2.10-10, 4.10 3-10 2-10-1, 3.10, 9.10-10

EU-152 M 0.005 1, 1.10-7 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 7 7, 0.10-8 4-4 8, 9.10, 3.10-8 4, 2.10-8

EU-152 m M 0.005 1-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-6, 9-4, 10-10-2, 2.10 4.10-10 2, 2.10-10

EU-154 M 0.005 1, 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-7 9, 7.10-8 6, 5.10-8 5-8 5, 6.10, 3.10-8

EU-155 M 2, 0.005 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2-8-1, 3.10, 4.10-8 9, 2.10-9 7-9 6, 6.10, 9.10-9

EU-156 M 0.005 1-5 8, 9.10, 0.10-4, 4.10-1 8 7, 7.10-9 5-9-4, 3.10, 2.10-3, 4.10 9-9

EU-157 M 2 0.005, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-9 8, 9.10-10 5, 9.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 8.10-10

EU-158 M 0.005 4, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-10 1, 3.10-10 8, 5.10-5, 11-4, 11-10-11

gadolinium

GD-145 F 0.005 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 9, 6.10-11, 4-11 2-10, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

0.005 m 1, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 2.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

GD-2, 146 F 0.005 9.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-8 1, 2.10-8 7, 8.10-9 5, 1.10-4, 4.10 9-9

0.005 m 2, 8.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-8 1-8 9, 3.10, 3.10-9 7, 9.10-6, 4.10 9-9

GD-147 F 0.005 2, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 8, 4.10-10 5, 3.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 6.10-10

0.005 m 2, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 5.10-10 5, 1.10-10 4 0.10-10

GD-148 F 0.005 8, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 6.10-5 4, 7.10-5 3, 2.10-5 2-2 5, 6.10, 6.10-5

0.005 m 3-5 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 3.10-5 1, 2.10-5 1, 1.10-5

GD-149 F 0.005 2, 6.10-9, 5-4 2 0.10, 0.10-9 8, 0.10-10 5, 1.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 6.10-10

0.005 m 3, 6.10-9 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 3-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 1.10-9 9, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-10

GD-151 F 0.005 6, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 9.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1, 5.10-9 9, 2.10-10, 8.10 7-10

0.005 m 4, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9 8, 6.10-10

GD-152 F 0.005 5-5 5, 9.10, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-5 3-5 2, 4.10, 4.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10 9.10-5

0.005 m 2, 1.10-5 5, 0-4 1-1 5, 9.10, 3.10-5 8, 9.10-6 7, 9.10-6 8, 0.10-6

GD-153 F 0.005 1.5x10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-8 6, 5.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

0.005 m 9-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-9 4, 8.10-9 3, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 1.10-9

GD-159 F 0.005 1, 2.10, 0.10-9 5-4 8, 9.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 0.10-10

0.005 m 2, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-9 7, 3.10-10 4, 9.10-10 3, 4.10-2, 10-10-10

terbium

TB-147 M 0.005 6, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 3.10-11 7, 6.10-11

TB-149 M 2, 0.005 1.10-8 5, 0-1 4, 5.10-8 9, 6.10, 6.10-9 6-9 5-9-4, 8.10, 9.10-9

TB-150 M 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 7, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

TB-151 M 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 6-10-4, 3.10, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 3.10-10

TB-1 153 M 0.005, 4.10-9 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 4.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 3.10-1 10, 9.10-10

TB-154 M 2, 7.10 0.005-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 1.10-10 4, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10

TB-1, 155 M 0.005 4.10-9 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1, 9 5, 6.10-10 3, 4.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 2.10-10

TB-156 M 0.005 7, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-5, 4.10 4-9 3-9, 2-9, 1, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9

TB-156m 0.005 M 1, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-10 4-10 3-10, 3.10-2, 10-10-10 2, 1.10-10

TB-156m 0.005 M 6, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-10 2, 4.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 2.10-10, 9-11

TB-157 M 0.005 3-5 9, 2.10, 0.10-0.10-4 3, 9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9

TB-1, 158 M 0.005 1.10-7 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 7 7, 0.10-8 5, 1.10-8 4-4 8, 7.10, 6.10-8

TB-160 M 0.005 3-8 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 0.10-8 8, 6.10-9 7, 0.10-9

TB-6, 161 M 0.005 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 7.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10

dysprozium

Dy-155 M 0.005 5, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 4-10 2-10-1, 3.10, 5.10-10 9, 6.10-11, 7-11-10

Dy-157 M 2, 4.10 0.005-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10 9, 9.10-11 6, 2.10-11 3-3 11, 8.10, 0.10-11

Dy-159 M 2, 0.005 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 9, 6.10-10 6, 0.10-10 4, 4.10-10 3, 7.10-10

Dy-165 M 0.005 5, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-3, 4.10 4-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 2.10-11 6, 0.10-11

Dy-166 M 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 3.10-4, 4.10 9-9 3, 0.10-9 2-9-1, 3.10, 9.10-9

Holmium

Ho-155 M 0.005 1 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 8.10 3, 7.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 0.10-11

Ho-157 M 0.005 3, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-1, 3.10 11-11 8-12, 5-12-4, 1.10, 2.10-12

Ho-159 M 0.005 4, 6.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 1.10-11 7, 5.10-12 6, 1.10-12

Ho-5, 161 M 0.005 7.10-5, 11-4 4 0.10, 0.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 2.10-11 7, 5.10-12 6, 0.10-12

Ho-2, 162 M 0.005 1.10-11 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-7 11, 2.10-12 4, 8.10-12 3, 4.10, 8.10-12 2-12

Ho-162m 0.005 M 1, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10 5, 8.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2-2 11, 6.10, 1.10-11

Ho-6, 164 M 0.005 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 4.10-11 9-12, 9.10 8, 4.10-12

Ho-164m 0.005 M 9, 1.10-11 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 2.10-11

Ho-166 M 0.005 6, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 4, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-10 6, 5.10-10

Ho-166m 0.005 M 2, 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-7 1, 8.10-7 1-1 7, 3.10, 2.10-7 1, 2.10-7

Ho-167 M 0.005 5, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10 8-10-11, 7-11, 1.10

erbium

ER-161 M 0.005 3, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 9.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 5.10-11 6, 0.10-11 4, 8.10-11

ER-165 M 0.005 7, 2.10-11 5, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-2, 11-1, 11-9, 11-12 7, 9.10-12

ER-169 M 0.005 4-9 5-10, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 0.10-9

ER-171 M 0.005 1, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-9 5, 9.10-10 3, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 7.10, 2.10-10


ER-172 M 0.005 6, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4-9 2-10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10, 1.10-9 1-9

tulium

TM-162 M 0.005 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 9, 6.10-11, 4-11 3-10, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

TM-166 M 1, 3.10-0.005 9 5, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-10 5, 2.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-1, 10-10-10

TM-167 M 0.005 5, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-9 2-9-1, 3.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

TM-170 M 0.005 3-8 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 2, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 1.10-8 8, 5.10-9 7, 0.10-9

TM-171 M 0.005, 8.10-6 9 5, 0.10-4 5, 7.10-9-3, 4.10 9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 4.10-9

TM-172 M 0.005 8, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 5, 8.10, 9.10-9 2-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 4.10, 1.10-9 1-9

TM-173 M 0.005 1.5x10-9 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 0.10-10 3, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1, 8.10-10

TM-175 M 0.005 1, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 8.10-11

ytterbium

Yb-1, 162 M 0.005 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10, 11-3, 11-2, 9.10-5.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

With the 0.005 1, 2.10-10, 0.10-5 4 8, 2.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

Yb-166 M 0.005 4-9 5-10, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 9, 0.10-10 7, 2.10-10

4, with 9.10-0.005 9 5, 0.10-4 3, 7.10-9 2-9, 1-9, 3.10 9, 6.10-10 7, 7.10-10

Yb-167 M 0.005 4, 4.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 6.10, 1.10-11 7, 9.10-12 6, 5.10-12

With the 0.005 4, 6.10-11 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 1.10-8, 4.10-11 12 6, 9.10-12

Yb-169 M 0.005 1, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10, 1.10-9 5-9 3-3 9, 7.10, 2.10-9 2, 5.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 3.10-8 5, 9-4, 8.10, 9.10-9 5-9 4-9, 2.10 3, 7.10-9 3, 0.10-9

Yb-175 M 0.005 3, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 8.10-8 10, 3.10-10 6, 5.10-10

With the 7.10-0.005 3, 9 5, 0.10-4 2, 7.10, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 9, 2.10-10 7, 3.10-10

Yb-177 M 0.005 5, 10 5, 0.10-0.10-4 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 8.10-11 6, 4.10-11

With the 0.005 5, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 4.10 6, 9.10-11

Yb-178 M 0.005 5, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10, 8-11 7, 5.10, 0.10-11

With the 0.005 6, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 3.10-10 9, 1.10-11 7, 5.10-11

lutetium

Lu-169 M 2, 3.10-0.005 9 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-9 9, 5.10-10 6, 3.10-10 4, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10

With the 0.005 2, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-1 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 6, 7.10-10 4, 8.10-10 3, 8.10-10

Lu-170 M 0.005 4, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 4.10, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10-9 7, 8.10-10 6, 3.10-10

With the 0.005 4, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 8, 2.10-10, 6-10

Lu-171 M 0.005 5, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 3-9-2, 7.10, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-9 9-10 9, 8.10, 0.10-10

With the 0.005 4-9 5-10, 0.10-4 3, 9, 2, 9.10-0.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 8, 8.10-10

Lu-172 M 0.005 8, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 6, 7.10-9 3, 8.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9

With the 0.005 9, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-9 4, 0.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 0.10-9 1, 6.10-9

Lu-173 M 0.005 1, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 5.10-9 5-9, 1.10, 2.10 3-9 2-2 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-9 5-9-3, 4.10, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9

Lu-174 M 1, 0.005 7.10-8 5, 0-1 4, 5.10-8 9, 1.10-9 5, 8.10-9 4-4 9, 7.10, 2.10-9

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-8 5, 0-4 1-8, 4.10 8, 9.10-9 5, 9.10-9 4-4 9, 9.10, 2.10-9

Lu-174 m 0.005 M 1-8, 9.10 5, 0.10-4 1-8, 4.10 8, 6.10-9 5, 4.10-4, 3.10 9-3, 9-9-10

With the 0.005 2, 0.10-8 5, 0-1 4, 5.10-8 9, 2.10-9 6, 1.10-9 5-9, 4-9, 2.10

Lu-176 M 0.005 1, 8.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1-1 7, 7.10, 1.10-7 7, 8.10-8 7-8 7, 1.10, 0.10-8

With the 0.005 1.5x10-7 5, 0.10-4, 4.10-1 7 9-8-6, 4.10, 5.10-8 5-8, 9.10 5, 6.10-8

Lu-176m 0.005 M 8, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-10 2, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10 1, 1.10-10

With the 0.005 9, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 2.10-10

Lu-177 M 0.005 5, 3.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-9 2-9, 2.10 1, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

With the 0.005 5, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4 4, 1.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 5.10-9 1, 2.10-9

Lu-900 m M 5 0.005, 8.10-8 5, 0.10-4 4, 6.10-8 2, 8.10, 9.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10-8 1, 3.10-8

With the 0.005 6, 5.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5-8-3, 3.10, 2.10-8 2-2 8, 3.10, 0.10-8 1, 6.10-8

Lu-178 M 2, 3.10-0.005 10 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 3.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

With the 0.005 2, 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-10 6-11, 4, 9.10, 5.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 6.10-11

Lu-178m 0.005 M 2, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-8 10, 3.10-11 5, 6.10-11 3-3 11, 8.10, 2.10-11

With the 0.005 2, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10 8-10-11, 5-11-4, 8.10, 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

Lu-179 M 9 0.005, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 1.10-10

With the 0.005 1, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4, 8.10 6-10 3, 2.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 2.10-10

hafnium

HF-170 F 0.020 1, 4.10-9 0.002 1, 1.10-9 5, 4.10, 4.10-10 3-10 2-10, 1-10

0.020 m 2, 2.10-9 0.002 1 7.10-9 8-10-10, 5-10 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 3, 2.10-10

HF-172 F 0.020 1.5x10-7 0.002 1, 3.10-7 7-8-4, 8.10, 9.10, 5.10-8 3-3 8, 2.10-8

0.020 m 8, 1.10-8, 9.10 0.002 6-8 4-8-2, 3.10, 8.10-8 2-2 8, 3.10, 0.10-8

HF-6, 173 F 0.020 6.10-10 0.002 5, 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1, 5.10-10 8-11 7, 9.10, 4.10-11

0.020 m 1, 1.10-9 0.002 8, 2.10-10 4, 3.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

HF-5, 175 F 0.020 4.10-9 0.002 4 0.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 5.10-10 7, 2.10-10

0.020 m 5, 8.10-9 0.002 4, 5.10-9 2, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 4.10-9 1, 2.10-9

HF-900 m F 0.020 3, 9.10-10 0.002 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 5.10-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 4.10-11

0.020 m 6, 5.10-10 0.002 4, 7.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 1.10-10 9, 0.10-11

HF-178m F 0.020 6, 2.10-7 0.002, 8.10 5-7 4-7, 3-7, 1.10 2, 7.10-7 2, 6.10-7

0.020 m 2, 6.10-0.002 2, 4.10 7-7 1-1 7, 7.10, 3.10-7 1, 2.10-7 1, 2.10-7

HF-179m F 0.020 9, 7.10-9 0.002 6, 8.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 1.10, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9

0.020 m 1, 7.10-8 0.002 1, 3.10-8 7, 6.10-9 5, 5.10-9 4, 8.10-9 3, 8.10-9

HF-180 m F 0.020 5, 4.10-10 0.002 4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 2.10-11 5, 9.10-11

0.020 m 9, 1.10-10 0.002, 8.10 6-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 4.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 3.10-10

HF-181 F 0.020 1, 3.10-8 0.002 9, 6.10-9 4, 8.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 4.10-9

0.020 m 2, 2.10-8 0.002 1 7.10-8 9-9 7, 9.10, 1.10-9 6-9 5, 3.10, 0.10-9

HF-182 F 0.020 6, 5.10-7 0.002 6, 2.10-7 4, 4.10-7 3, 6.10-7 3-3 7, 1.10, 1.10-7

0.020 m 2, 4.10-7 0.002 2, 3.10-7 1, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 3.10, 3.10, 3.10-7 1-7

HF-182m F 0.020 1, 9.10-10 0.002 1, 4.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4 11 2, 2.10-6.10-11 2, 1.10-11

M 0.020 3, 2.10-10 0.002 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 8.10-11 5, 6.10, 6.10 11-4-11

HF-183 F 0.020 2, 5.10-10 0.002 1 7.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-2, 9.10-8.10-11 2, 4.10-11

0.020 m 4, 4.10-10 0.002 3, 0.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 8.10-11 7, 0.10-11, 5-11-10

HF-1, 184 F 0.020 4.10-0.002 9, 9-4, 3.10-10 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

0.020 m 2, 6.10-9 0.002 1, 8.10, 9.10 8-9-10 5, 9.10-10 4 0.10-10 3, 3.10-10

tantalum

Ta-172 M 0.010 2, 8.10-10 0.001 1, 9.10-10 9, 3.10-6, 11-4, 11 0.10 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

With 0.010 2, 9.10-10 0.001 2, 0.10-10 9, 8.10-11 6-11-4, 3.10, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11

Ta-173 M 8 0.010, 8.10-10 0.001 6, 2.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

With 0.010 9, 2.10-10 0.001 6, 5.10-10 3, 2.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

Ta-174 M 0.010 3, 2.10-10 0.001 2, 2.10-10, 1-10 7, 1.10 1.10-11 5-11, 4-11, 1.10

With 0.010 3, 4.10-10 0.001 2, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10 7, 5.10-11 5-11-4, 3.10, 3.10-11

Ta-175 M 0.010 9, 1.10-10 0.001 7, 0.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 4.10, 5.10-1, 2.10 10-10

With 0.010 9, 5.10-10 0.001 7, 3.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10

TA-1, 176 M 0.010 4.10-1 0.001, 1.10 9-5, 9-10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 4.10, 9.10-10

With 0.010 1, 4.10-1 0.001, 1.10 9-9 5, 9.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

Ta-177 M 0.010 6, 5.10-10 0.001 4-10 2-10, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10, 9-11

6, with 9.10-0.010 10 0.001 5, 0.10-10 2, 7.10, 7.10-10 1-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

Ta-178 M 0.010 4, 4.10-10 0.001 3, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 8-11, 6-11, 5.10.

With 0.010 4, 6.10-10 0.001 3, 4.10, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10-10, 5.10-8 11 6, 8.10-11

TA-1, 179 M 0.010 2.10-9 0.001 9, 6.10-10 5, 5.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10, 2.10-10

With 0.010 2, 4.10-9 0.001 2, 1.10-9 1-9 8, 3.10, 3.10-6, 4.10-10 10 5, 6.10-10

Ta-180 M 2, 0.010 7.10-8 0.001 2, 2.10-8 1, 3.10-8 9, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-6, 4.10 9-9

With 0.010 7, 0.10-8 0.001 6, 5.10-8 4, 5.10-8 3, 1.10-8 2-2 8, 8.10, 6.10-8

Ta-180 m M 0.010 3, 1.10-10 0.001 2, 2.10-10, 1.10-1 10 7-11 4, 4.10, 8.10-11 4, 4.10-11

With 0.010 3, 3.10-10 0.001 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 9.10-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 2.10-11

Ta-182 M 0.010 3, 2.10-8 0.001 2, 6.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 1.10-8 9, 5.10-9 7, 6.10-9

With 0.010 4, 2.10-8, 4.10-0.001 3 8 2, 1.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 0.10-8

Ta-182m M 1, 0.010 6.10-10 1 0.001, 1.10-10 4, 9.10-11 3, 4.10, 4.10-11 2-2 11, 0.10-11

With 0.010 1, 6.10-10 1 0.001, 1.10, 2.10-10 5-11 3-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

Ta-183 M 0.010 1, 0.10-8, 4.10-0.001 7 9 4, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 4.10-9 1-9, 9.10

With 0.010 1, 1.10-8 0.001 8, 0.10-9 4, 5.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 1.10-9

Ta-184 M 0.010 3, 2.10-9 0.001 2, 3.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 5.10-10 5, 10 4 0.10-1.10-10

With 0.010 3, 4.10-0.001 2, 4.10 9-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 9.10-10 5, 4.10-4, 3.10 10-10

Ta-185 M 0.010 3, 8.10-10 0.001 2, 5.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 5-10, 11-4, 4.10, 5.10-11

With 0.010 4 0.10-10 0.001 2, 6.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 8-11, 2.10 5, 7.10-11 4, 8.10-11

TA-1, 186 M 0.010 6.10-10 1 0.001, 1.10-10 4, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

With 0.010 1, 6.10-10 1 0.001, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-11 3, 2.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1, 8.10-11

Wolfram


W-176 F 0.600 3, 3.10-10 0.300 2, 7.10-10 1, 4.10-10 8-11, 5-11, 4-11, 1.10

W-177 F 0.600 2, 0.10-10 0.300 1, 6.10-10 8, 2.10-11 5, 1.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 4.10-11

W-178 F 0.600 7, 2.10-10 0.300 5, 4.10, 5.10-10 2-10-1, 6.10-10 8-10-11 7, 2.10-11

W-179 F 0.600 9, 3.10-12 0.300 6, 8.10-12 3, 3.10-12 2, 0.10-12 1, 2.10-12 9, 2.10-13

W-181 F 0.600 2, 5.10-10 0.300 1, 9.10-10 9, 2.10-11, 5-11 3-10, 2.10-2, 11-11-10

W-185 F 0.600 1, 4.10-9 0.300 1, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

W-187 F 0.600 2, 0.10-9 0.300 1.5x10-9 7, 0.10-10 4-10 2, 3.10, 3.10-1 10, 9.10-10

W-188 F 0.600 7, 1.10-9 0.300, 0.10-5 9 2, 2.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 8.10 6-10 5-10-10,

rhenium

Re-177 (F) 1.000 9, 4.10-11 0.800 6, 7.10-11 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 2.10-11 9-12, 7.10

1.000 m 1, 1.10-10 0.800 7, 9.10, 11-3, 11-2, 9.10-5.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

Re-178 (F) 1.000 9, 9.10-11 0.800 6, 8.10-11 3, 1.10-11 1, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10, 0.10-11

1.000 m 1, 3.10-10 0.800 8, 5.10-11 3, 9.10-2, 11-1, 11-10-11 1, 4.10-11

Re-181 (F) 1.000 2, 0.10-9 0.800, 4.10-1 9 6, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1, 8.10-10

1.000 m 2, 1.10-9 0.800 1.5x10-9 7-10 4, 4.10, 6.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10

Re-182 (F) 1.000 6, 5.10-9 0.800 4, 7.10-9 2, 2.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 0.10-10 6, 4.10-10

M 8, 1.000 7.10-9 0.800 6, 3.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2, 2.10-9 1-1 9, 5.10, 2.10-9

Re-182 (F) 1.000 1, 3.10-9 0.800 1, 0.10-9 4, 9.10-10 2, 8.10-1, 10-10-10 1, 4.10-10

1.000 1, 4.10 m-9 0.800 1, 1.10-9 5, 7.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

Re-184 (F) 1.000 4, 1.10-9 0.800 2, 9.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 6.10-10 5, 4.10, 4.10-10 4-10

M 1.000 9, 1.10-9 0.800 6-9 4, 8.10, 0.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 4.10-9 1-9, 9.10

Re-184m (F) 1.000 6-9, 6.10, 6.10 0.800 4-9 2-9, 1-9, 2.10 7, 3.10-10 5, 9.10-10

1.000 m 2, 9.10-8 0.800 2, 2.10-8 1-8 9, 3.10, 3.10-9 8, 1.10-9 6, 5.10-9

Re-186 F 1.000 7-9, 3.10 0.800 4, 7.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 2.10-10

M 8, 1.000 7.10-9 0.800 5, 7.10-9 2, 8.10-9 1, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

Re-186m (F) 1.000 1, 2.10-8 0.800 7, 0.10-9 2, 9.10-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 0.10-9 8, 3.10-10

1.000 m 5-8, 9.10 0.800 4, 6.10-8 2, 7.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 2.10-8

Re-187 (F) 1.000 2, 6.10-11 0.800 1, 6.10-8.10-11 6, 12 3, 8.10-12 2, 3.10-12 1, 8.10-12

M 1.000 5, 7.10-11 0.800 4, 1.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1, 2.10-11 7, 5.10-12 6, 3.10-12

Re-188 (F) 1.000 6, 5.10-9 0.800, 4.10 4-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 6, 1.10-10 4-10

M 1.000 6, 0.10-9 0.800 4 0.10-9 1-1 9, 8.10, 0.10-9 6, 8.10-10 5, 4.10-10

Re-188m (F) 1.000 1, 4.10-10 0.800 9, 1.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 0.10-11

1.000 m 1, 3.10-10 0.800 8, 6.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2, 7.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10-11

Re-189 F 1.000 3, 7.10-9 0.800 2, 5.10-9 1-5 9, 1.10, 8.10-10 3, 5.10-2, 10-10-10

1.000 m 3, 9.10-9 0.800 2, 6.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 6.10-10 5, 5.10-10 4, 3.10-10

Osmium

OS-180 F 0.020 7, 1.10-11 0.010 5, 3.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 0.10-11 8, 2.10-12

0.020 m 1, 1.10-10 0.010 7, 9.10, 11-3, 11-2, 9.10-5.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

With 0.020 1, 1.10-8 0.010, 2.10 10-11 4, 1.10-11 2, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 5.10-11

OS-181 F 0.020 3, 0.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10 7, 0.10-11 4, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11

0.020 m 4, 5.10-10 0.010 3, 4.10, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 6.10-11 6, 2.10-11

With 0.020 4, 7.10-10 0.010 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10, 1.10-8 11 6, 5.10-11

OS-1, 182 F 0.020 6.10-9 0.010 1, 2.10-9 6, 0.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 1.10, 7.11-10

0.020 m 2, 5.10-9 0.010 1, 9.10-9 1-9, 6-10, 6.10 4, 5.10-10 3, 6.10-10

With 0.020 2, 6.10-9 0.010 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6, 9.10-10 4, 8.10-10 3, 8.10-10

OS-185 F 0.020 7, 2.10-9 0.010 5, 8.10-9 3, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 1, 1.10-9

0.020 m 6, 6.10-9 0.010, 4.10 5-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 1, 5.10-9 1-9, 3.10

With 0.020 7, 0.10-9 0.010 5, 8.10-9 3, 6.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 6.10-9

OS-189m F 0.020 3, 8.10-11 0.010 2, 8.10-11 1, 2.10-11 7, 0.10-12 3, 5.10-12 2, 5.10-12

0.020 m 6, 5.10-11 0.010 4, 1.10-11 1-1 11, 8.10, 1.10-11 6, 0.10, 0.10-12 5-12

With 0.020 6, 8.10-11 0.010 4, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 11 6, 2.10-3.10, 3.10-12 5-12

OS-191 F 0.020 2, 8.10-9 0.010 1-9 8, 9.10, 5.10-10 5, 3.10-10 3, 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10

0.020 m 8, 0.10-9 0.010 5, 8.10-3, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 0.10-9 1, 7.10-9

With 0.020 9, 0.10-9 0.010 6, 5.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 3.10-9 1-9, 9.10

OS-191m F 0.020 3, 0.10-10 0.010 2, 0.10-10 8, 8.10-11 5, 4.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

0.020 m 7, 8.10-10 0.010 5, 4.10-10 3, 1.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 4.10-10

With 0.020 8, 5.10-10 0.010 6, 0.10-10 3, 4.10, 4.10-10 2-2 10, 0.10-10 1, 6.10-10

OS-1, 193 F 0.020 9.10-9 0.010 1, 2.10-9 5, 2.10-10, 2.10 3-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 6.10-10

M 0.020 3, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 6.10-9 1, 3.10-8, 4.10 9-10 5, 9.10-10 4, 8.10-10

With 0.020 4 0.10-9 0.010 2, 7.10-9 1-9 9, 3.10, 0.10-10 6, 4.10-10 5, 2.10-10

OS-8, 194 F 0.020 7.10-8 0.010 6, 8.10-8 3-8, 4.10 2, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 1.10-8

0.020 m 9-8, 9.10 8 0.010, 3.10-8 4, 8.10-8 3, 1.10-8 2-2 8, 4.10, 1.10-8

With 0.020 2, 6.10-7 0.010 2, 4.10-7 1-1 7, 6.10, 1.10-7 8-8 8, 8.10, 5.10-8

Iridium

IR-1, 182 F 0.020 4.10-10 0.010 9, 8.10-11 4, 5.10-11 2, 8.10-11 1-1 11, 7.10, 4.10-11

0.020 m 2, 1.10-10 0.010 1, 4.10-10 6, 7.10-4, 3.10-11 11 2, 8.10-11 2, 3.10-11

With 0.020 2, 2.10-10 0.010 1.5x10-6 10, 9.10-11, 4.10 4-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

IR-184 F 0.020 5, 7.10-10 0.010 4, 4.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-10 7, 3.10, 6.10-6 11, 2.10-11

0.020 m 8, 6.10-6, 4.10 0.010 10-10 3-10 2, 2.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

With 0.020 8, 9.10-10 0.010 6, 6.10-10 3, 4.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

IR-185 F 0.020 8, 0.10-10 0.010 6, 1.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 0.10-10 8, 2.10-11

0.020 m 1, 3.10-9 9, 0.010 7.10-10 4, 9.10-10 3, 2.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1, 8.10-10

With 0.020 1, 4.10-9 0.010 1, 0.10-9 5, 2.10-10, 4.10 3-10 2-10-1, 3.10, 9.10-10

IR-186 F 0.020 1.5x10-9 0.010 1, 2.10-9 5, 9.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

0.020 m 2, 2.10-9 0.010 1 7.10-9 8-10 5, 8.10, 8.10-10 3-3 10, 8.10, 1.10-10

With 0.020 2, 3.10-9 0.010 1, 8.10-9 9, 2.10-10, 6-10 4 0.10, 0.10-10 3, 2.10-10

The IR-2, 186 F 0.020 1.10-10 0.010 1, 6.10-10 7-10-11, 4-11, 8.10 2, 8.10-11 2, 3.10-11

M 0.020 3, 3.10-10 0.010 2, 4.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 5-10, 1.10-11 4, 2.10-11

With 0.020 3, 4.10-10 0.010 2, 5.10-1, 2.10-10 10 8, 1.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 4.10 4-11

IR-187 F 0.020 3, 6.10-10 0.010 2, 8.10-10 1 10 8, 4.10-2.10-6.10-11 4, 11-3, 11-10

0.020 m 5, 8.10-10 0.010 4, 3.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10 9, 2.10-7 11, 4.10-11

With 0.020 6, 0.10-10 0.010 4, 5.10-2, 3.10-10 10 1, 5.10-10 9, 7.10-11 7, 9.10-11

The IR-2, 188 F 0.020 0.10-9 0.010 1, 6.10-9 8, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 4.10-10

0.020 m 2, 7.10-9 0.010 2, 1.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 5.10-10 5, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10

With 0.020 2, 8.10-9 0.010 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 8.10-10 5, 2.10-10 4, 2.10-10

IR-189 F 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 8, 2.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 4.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

0.020 m 2, 7.10-9 0.010 1, 9.10, 1.10-9 1-9 7-10-10, 6-10, 4.10, 5, 2.10-10

With 0.020 3, 0.10-9 0.010 2, 2.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 7.10-10 7, 3.10-10 6, 0.10-10

IR-190 F 0.020 6, 2.10-9 0.010 4, 7.10-9 2, 4.10, 5.10-9 1-9 9, 1.10-10 7, 7.10-10

0.020 m 1, 1.10-8 0.010 8, 6.10-9 4-9-3, 4.10, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 7.10, 1.10-9

With 0.020 1, 1.10-8 0.010 9-9 4, 4.10, 8.10-9 3, 5.10-9 3-9, 2-9, 4.10

IR-190 m F 0.020 4, 2.10-10 0.010 3, 4.10-1, 10-10-10, 1-10 6 0.10, 0.10-11 4, 9.10-11

0.020 m 6, 0.10-10 0.010 4, 7.10-10 2, 4.10, 5.10-10 1-10 9-11 7, 9.10, 9.10-11

With 0.020 6, 2.10-10 0.010 4, 8.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 0.10-10 9, 3.10-11

IR-190 m F 0.020 3, 2.10-11 0.010 2, 4.10-11 1, 2.10-7 11, 2.10-12 4, 3.10-12 3, 6.10-12

0.020 m 5, 7.10-11 0.010 4, 2.10-11 2, 0.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 2.10-11 9, 3.10-12

With 0.020 5, 5.10-11 0.010 4, 5.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 0.10-11

IR-192 F 0.020 1.5x10-8 0.010 1, 1.10-8 5, 7.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 8.10-9

0.020 m 2, 3.10-8 0.010 1, 8.10-8 1, 1.10-8 7, 6.10-9 6-9 5, 4.10, 2.10-9

With 0.020 2, 8.10-8 0.010 2, 2.10-8 1, 3.10-8 9, 5.10-9 8, 1.10-9 6, 6.10-9

IR-192 m F 0.020 2, 7.10-8 0.010 2, 3.10-8 1-8, 4.10 8, 2.10-9 5-9-4, 4.10, 8.10-9

0.020 m 2, 3.10-8 0.010 2, 1.10-8 1, 3.10-8, 4.10 8-9 6-9 5, 6.10, 8.10-9

With 0.020 9, 2.10-8 0.010 9, 1.10-8 6, 5.10-8 4, 5.10-8 4, 0.10-8 3, 9.10-8

IR-193m F 0.020 1, 2.10-9 0.010 8, 4.10-10 3-10-10, 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 2.10, 0.10-10

0.020 m 4, 8.10-9 0.010 3, 5.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

With 0.020 5, 4.10-9 0.010 4 0.10-9 2, 4.10, 8.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10-9 1-9, 3.10

IR-194 F 0.020 2, 9.10-9 0.010 1-9 8, 9.10, 1.10-10 4, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 1.10-10

0.020 m 5, 3.10-0.010 3, 5.10 9-1, 9-1, 9-9, 3.10-6 10 5, 2.10-10

With 0.020 5, 5.10-9 0.010 3, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 6, 7.10-10 5, 6.10-10

IR-194m F 0.020 3, 4.10-8 0.010 2, 7.10-8 1-8 9, 4.10, 5.10-9 6-9, 2.10 5, 4.10-9

M 0.020 3, 9.10-8 0.010 3, 2.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 3.10-8 1, 1.10-8 9, 0.10-9

With 0.020 5, 0.10-8 0.010 4, 2.10-8 2, 6.10-8 1, 8.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 3.10-8

IR-195 F 0.020 2, 9.10-10 0.010 1, 9.10-10 8-11 5, 1.10 1.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11


0.020 m 5, 4.10-10 0.010 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 8, 1.10-11 6, 7.10-11

With 0.020 5, 7.10-10 0.010 3, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10 8-10-11, 7-11, 1.10

IR-195 m (F) 0.020 6, 9.10-10 0.010 4, 8.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 2.10-11 6, 0.10-11

0.020 m 1, 2.10-9 0.010 8, 6.10-10 4, 2.10-10, 2-10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 6.10-10

With 0.020 1, 3.10-9 9, 0.010 0.10-10 4, 4.10, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 0.10-1, 10-10-10

Platinum

PT-186 F 0.020 3, 0.10-10 0.010 2, 4.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-11, 2.10 4, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11

PT-188 F 0.020 3, 6.10-9 0.010 2, 7.10-9 1-9, 3.10, 4.10 8-10 5-10 4 0.10, 2.10-10

PT-189 F 0.020 3, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 9.10-10 1-10 8, 4.10, 4.10-11, 4-11 3-10, 10-11

PT-191 F 0.020 1, 1.10-9 0.010 7, 9.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-1, 3.10, 3.10-10 1, 1.10-10

PT-193 F 0.020 2, 2.10-10 0.010 1, 6.10-10 7, 2.10-11 4, 3.10-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 1.10-11

PT-193m F 0.020 1, 6.10-9 0.010 1, 0.10-9 4, 5.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

PT-195 m (F) 0.020 2, 2.10-9 0.010 1.5x10-6, 4.10 9-10 3, 9.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 8.10-10

PT-197 F 0.020 1, 1.10-9 0.010 7, 3.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 0.10-10 8, 5.10-11

PT-197m F 0.020 2, 8.10-10 0.010 1, 8.10, 9.10-10 7-11 4, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 4.10-11

PT-199 F 0.020 1-10, 3.10, 3.10-0.010 8 11 3, 6.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10, 2.10-11

PT-200 F 0.020 2, 6.10-9 0.010 1 7.10-9 7, 2.10-10 5, 1.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10, 2.10-10

Gold

Au-193 F 0.200, 7.10 3-10 0.100 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 7, 9.10, 11-4, 11-3, 3.10 6.10-11

M 0.200 7, 5.10-10 5, 6.10-0.100 10 2, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

With 0.200 7, 9.10-10 0.100 5, 9.10-10 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 2-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

Au-194 F 0.200 1, 2.10-9 0.100 9, 6.10-10 4, 9.10-10 3, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 4.10-10

M 0.200 1 7.10-9 0.100 1, 4.10-9 7, 1.10-10 4, 6.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 3.10-10

With 0.200 1 7.10-9 0.100 1, 4.10-9 7, 3.10-10 4-10-10, 3-10, 2-10, 4.10

Au-195 F 0.200 7, 2.10-10, 3.10 0.100 5-10 2-10-1, 5.10, 5.10-10 8-11 6, 1.10, 6.10-11

M 0.200 5, 2.10-9 0.100 4, 1.10-9 2, 4.10-9 1, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9

With 8 0.200, 1.10-9 0.100 6, 6.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 6.10, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

Au-198 F 0.200 2, 4.10-0.100 1, 9-7, 9-10-10-10-10, 4 2, 5.10-10 2, 1.10-10

M 0.200 5, 0.10-9 0.100 4, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 3.10-9 9-10-10, 7-10, 8.10

With 0.200 5, 4.10-4, 4.10 0.100 9-9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 8, 6.10-10

Au-198m F 0.200 3, 3.10-0.100 2, 4.10 9-9 1-9, 1.10 6, 9.10-10 3-3 10, 7.10, 2.10-10

M 0.200 8, 7.10-9 0.100 6, 5.10-9 3, 6.10, 6.10-9 2-2 9, 2.10-9 1, 8.10-9

With 0.200 9, 5.10-9 0.100 7, 1.10-9 4, 0.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 5.10-9 2, 0.10-9

AU-1, 199 F 0.200 1.10-9 0.100 7, 9.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10 9, 1.10, 8.10-11

M 0.200 3, 4.10-9 0.100 2, 5.10-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 0.10-9 9, 0.10-10 7, 1.10-10

With 0.200 3, 8.10-9 0.100 2, 8.10-9 1, 6.10-9 1-1 9, 2.10, 0.10-9 7, 9.10-10

Au-200 F 0.200 1, 9.10-10 0.100 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 2.10 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

M 0.200 3, 2.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 9, 3.10-6, 11-4, 11 0.10 0.10-11 3, 3.10-11

With 0.200 3, 4.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 9, 8.10-11 6-11-4, 3.10, 2.10-11 3, 5.10-11

Au-200 m F 0.200 2, 7.10-9 0.100 2, 1.10-9 1, 0.10-6, 4.10 9-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10

M 0.200 4, 8.10-9 0.100, 7.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 2.10-9 8-10 6, 4.10, 8.10-10

With 5 0.200, 1.10-9 0.100 3, 9.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1, 3.10-9 8, 9.10-10 7, 2.10-10

Au-201 F 0.200 9, 0.10-11 0.100 5, 7.10-11 2, 5.10-1, 11-1, 11-8, 11-10-12

M 0.200 1.5x10-10 0.100 9, 6.10-11 4, 3.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 0.10-11 1, 7.10-11

With 0.200 1.5x10-10 0.100 1, 0.10-10 4, 5.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 1.10-1, 11-11-10

Mercury

Hg-193 F 0.800 2, 2.10-10 0.400 1, 8.10-8, 2.10 10-11 5, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

(organic)

Hg-193 F 0.040 2, 7.10-10 0.020 2, 0.10-10 8, 9.10-11 5, 5.10-11 3, 1.10-11 2, 6.10-11

(inorganic) M 0.040 5, 3.10-10 0.020 3, 8.10, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10-10 9, 2.10-11 7, 5.10-11

Hg-193m F 0.800 8, 4.10-10 0.400 7, 6.10-10 3-10-10, 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

(organic)

Hg-193m F 0.040 1, 1.10-9 0.020 8, 5.10-10 4, 1.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

(inorganic) M 0.040 1, 9.10-9 0.020 1, 4.10-9 7, 2.10-10, 4-10-10 3, 2.10-10, 2-10

Hg-194 F 0.800 4, 9.10-0.400 3, 8-10-8, 4.10 2-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 5.10-8, 4.10 1-8

(organic)

Hg-194 F 0.040 3, 2.10-8, 9.10 0.020 2-8 2-8, 1-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 3.10-8

(inorganic) M 0.040 2, 1.10-8, 9.10 0.020 1-8 1-1 8, 3.10, 0.10-8 8-9 8, 9.10, 3.10-9

Hg-195 F 0.800 2, 0.10-10 0.400 1, 8.10-8 10, 5.10-11 5, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

(organic)

Hg-195 F 0.040 2, 7.10-10 0.020 2, 0.10-10 9, 5.10-5, 11-3, 11-10 1.10-11 2, 5.10-11

(inorganic) M 0.040 5, 3.10-10 0.020 3, 9.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1-10 9, 3.10, 0.10-11 7, 3.10-11

Hg-195 m (F) 0.800 1, 1.10-9 0.400 9, 7.10-4, 4.10-10 10 2, 7.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

(organic)

Hg-195 m (F) 0.040 1, 6.10-9 0.020 1, 1.10-9 5, 1.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 4.10-10

(inorganic) M 0.040, 7.10 3-9 0.020 2, 6.10-9 1-9 8, 4.10, 5.10-10 6, 7.10-10 5, 3.10-10

Hg-197 F 0.800 4, 7.10-10 0.400 4 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 1.10-10 5, 8.10-11, 4-11-10

(organic)

Hg-197 F 0.040 6, 8.10-10 0.020 4-10 2-10, 1.10-10 1, 3.10-10 6, 8.10-11 5, 6.10-11

(inorganic) M 0.040 1 7.10-9 0.020 1, 2.10-9 6, 6.10, 6.10-10 4-10 3-3 10, 8.10, 0.10-10

Hg-197m F 0.800 9, 3.10-10 0.400 7, 8.10-3, 4.10-10 10 2, 1.10-10 1-10 9, 1.10, 6.10-11

(organic)

Hg-197m F 0.040 1, 4.10-9, 3.10-0.020 9 10 4 0.10-10 2, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 3.10, 1.10-10

(inorganic) M 0.040 3, 5.10-9 0.020 2, 5.10-9 1-9 8, 1.10, 2.10-10, 6-10-10 5, 3.10-10

Hg-199m F 0.800 1, 4.10-10 0.400 9, 6.10-11 4, 2.10-11 2, 7.10, 7.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10-11

(organic)

Hg-199m F 1, 4.10-0.040 10 0.020 9, 6.10-11 4, 2.10-11 2, 7.10, 7.10-11 1-1 11, 5.10-11

(inorganic) M 0.040 2, 5.10-10 0.020 1 7.10-10 7, 9.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 8.10 3-3 11, 2.10-11

Hg-203 F 5, 0.800 7.10-9 0.400 3, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 6-10 5, 6.10, 6.10-10

(organic)

Hg-203 F 0.040 4, 2.10-9 0.020 2, 9.10-9 1-9 9, 4.10, 0.10-10 5, 5.10-10 4-10

(inorganic) M 0.040 1, 0.10-0.020 7, 9.10 8-9-10-4, 9-3, 4.10 9 3, 0.10-9 2, 4.10-9

talium

TL-194 F 1.000 3, 6.10 11 1.000-3, 0.10-11 1, 5.10-9, 2.10 11-12 5, 5.10-12 4, 4.10-12

TL-194m (F) 1.000 1, 7.10-10 1.000 1, 2.10-10 6, 1.10-11 3, 8.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 9.10-11

TL-195 F 1.000 1, 3.10-10 1.000 1, 0.10-10 5, 3.10-11 3, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 5.10-11

TL-197 F 1.000 1, 3.10-10 9 1.000, 7.10, 7.11 4-11-2, 11-1, 11 Oct 7.10-11 1, 4.10-11

TL-4, 198 F 1.000 7.10-10 1.000 4-10, 2-10, 1.10 1, 3.10-10 7, 5.10-11 6, 0.10-11

TL-198m F 3, 2.10-1.000 10 1.000 2, 5.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 5.10 7-11 4, 5.10-3, 11-11-10

TL-199 (F) 1.000 1, 7.10-10 1.000 1, 3.10-10 6, 4.10-11 3, 9.10-11 2, 3.10-11 1, 9.10-11

TL-200 F 1.000 1, 0.10-9 1.000 8-10-10, 4-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 6.10, 3.10-10

TL-201 F 1.000 4, 5.10 10 1.000-3, 3.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 4.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 4.10 4-11

TL-202 F 1.000 1, 5.10-9 1.000 1, 2.10-9 5, 9.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1, 9.10-10

TL-204 (F) 1.000 5, 0.10-9 1.000 3, 3.10-9 1, 5.10-9 8, 8.10-10 4-10 3-10, 9.10-10

lead

PB-195 m (F) 0.600 1, 3.10-10 0.200 1, 0.10-10 4, 11 3, 9.10-1.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 6.10-11

M 0.200 2, 0.10-10 0.100 1.5x10-10 7, 1.10-4, 11-3, 11-2, 11 1.10 5.10-11

With 0.020 2, 1.10-10 0.010 1.5x10-10 7-11 4, 4.10, 8.10-11 3, 2.10-2, 11-11-10

PB-198 F 0.600 3, 4.10-10 0.200 2, 9.10-10 1, 5.10-10, 9.10 8-11 5-11, 2.10 4, 3.10-11

M 0.200 5, 0.10-10 0.100 4 0.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 3.10, 3.10-10 8-11, 6-11

With 5, 4.10-0.020 10 0.010 4, 2.10-10 2, 2.10-10, 1-10, 4.10 8, 7.10-11 7, 0.10-11

PB-199 F 0.600 1, 9.10-10 0.200 1, 6.10-10 8, 2.10-11 4, 9.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 3.10-11

M 0.200 2, 8.10-10 0.100 2, 2.10-10, 1-10 7, 1.10 1.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 6.10-11

With 0.020 2, 9.10-10 0.010 2, 3.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 4.10-4, 11-3, 11-10-10-11

PB-200 F 0.600 1, 1.10-9, 3.10 0.200 9-10 4, 6.10-10 2, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10-10

M 0.200 2, 2.10-9 0.100 1 7.10-9 8, 6.10-10 5-10 4-10, 1.10-10 3, 3.10-10

With 0.020 2, 4.10-9 0.010 1, 8.10-9 9, 2.10-10 6, 2.10-10 4, 4.10, 5.10-10 3-10

PB-201 F 0.600 4, 8.10-10 0.200 4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 2.10-10 7, 1.10-11 6, 0.10-11

M 0.200 8, 0.10-10 0.100, 4.10 6-10 3-10-2, 3.10, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 1.10-10

With 0.020 8, 8.10-10 0.010 6, 7.10-10 3, 5.10-10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 2.10-10

PB-202 F 0.600 1-8, 9.10 0.200 1, 3.10-8 8, 9.10-9 1-1 8, 3.10, 8.10-8 1, 1.10-8

M 0.200 1, 2.10-8 0.100 8, 9.10-9 6, 2.10-9 6-9 8, 7.10, 7.10-9 6-9, 3.10

With 0.020 2, 8.10-8 0.010 2, 8.10-8 2, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 3.10-8 1, 2.10-8

PB-202m F 0.600 4, 7.10-10 0.200 4 0.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1, 3.10-10 7, 5.10-6 11, 2.10-11

M 0.200 6, 9.10-10 0.100 5, 6.10-10 2, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10, 5.10 9-11

With 0.020 7, 3.10-10 0.010 5, 10 3, 8.10-0.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 3.10-10 1 0.10-10

PB-203 F 0.600 7, 2.10-10 0.200, 8.10 5-10 2-10-1, 8.10, 7.10, 9.10-10 9-11 8, 5.10-11

M 0.200 1, 3.10-9 0.100 1, 0.10-9 5, 4.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10

With 0.020 1.5x10-9 0.010 1, 1.10-9 5, 8.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2-2 10, 8.10, 2.10-10

PB-205 F 0.600 1, 1.10-9 0.200 6, 9.10-10 4 0.10-10 4-4 10, 1.10, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10

M 0.200 1, 1.10-9 0.100 7, 7.10-4, 3.10-10 10 3, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 5.10-10


2, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.010 2, 7.10, 7.10-9 1-1 9, 1.10-9 9, 2.10-10, 5.10 8-10

PB-209 F 0.600 1, 8.10-10 0.200 1, 2.10-10, 3.10-5 11 3, 4.10-11 1-1 11, 9.10, 7.10-11

M 0.200 4 0.10-10 0.100 2, 7.10-10 1, 3.10-10 9, 2.10-11 6-11 5, 9.10, 6.10-11

With 0.020 4, 4.10-10 0.010 2, 9.10-10 1, 4.10-10 9-11 7, 9.10, 5.10-11 6, 1.10-11

Pb-210 F 0.600 4, 7.10-6 0.200 2, 9.10-6 1, 5.10-6, 4.10 1-6 1-6 9, 3.10, 0.10-7

M 0.200 5, 0.10-6 0.100, 7.10 3-6 2, 2.10-6 1, 5.10-6 1-1 6, 3.10, 1.10-6

With 0.020 1, 8.10-5 0.010 1, 8.10-5 1, 1.10-5 7, 2.10-6 5-6 5, 9.10, 6.10-6

PB-211 F 0.600 2, 5.10-8 0.200 1, 7.10, 7.10-8 8-9-6, 9-4, 1.10 6.10-9 3, 9.10-9

M 0.200 6, 2.10-8 0.100 4, 5.10-8 2, 5.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 4.10-8 1, 1.10-8

With 0.020 6, 6.10-8 0.010 4, 8.10-8 2-2 8, 7.10, 0.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 2.10-8

PB-212 F 0.600 1-7, 9.10 0.200 1, 2.10-7 5-8-3, 4.10, 5.10-8 2, 0.10-8 1, 8.10-8

M 0.200 6, 2.10-7 0.100 4, 6.10-7 3, 0.10-7 2, 2.10-7 2, 2.10-7 1,-10-7

With 0.020 6, 7.10-7 5, 0.10-0.010 7 3, 3.10-7 2-2 7, 5.10, 4.10-7 1-7, 9.10

PB-214 F 0.600 2, 2.10-8 0.200 1.5x10-8 6-9 4, 9.10, 10-9, 3-9-2, 3.10 8.10-9

M 0.200 6-8, 4.10 0.100 4, 6.10, 6.10-8 2-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 4.10, 4.10-8 1-8

6, with 9.10-0.020 8 0.010 5, 0.10-8 2-2 8, 8.10, 1.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 5.10-8

Bismuth

The BI-200 F 0.100 1, 9.10-10 0.050 1, 5.10-10 7-11 4, 4.10, 5.10-2, 11-10-11 2, 2.10-11

0.100 m 2, 5.10-10 0.050 1, 9.10-10 9, 9.10-11 6-11-4, 3.10, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11

BI-201 F 0.100 4 0.10-10 0.050 3, 1.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 3.10-11 5-11, 4.10, 4.10 4-11

M 0.100 5, 5.10-10 0.050 4, 1.10-10 2, 0.10-10 1, 3.10, 3.10-10 8-11, 6-11

BI-202 F 0.100 3, 4.10-10 0.050 2, 8.10-10 1, 5.10-10 9, 0.10-11 5-11-4, 3.10, 3.10-11

M 0.100 4, 2.10-10 0.050 3, 4.10, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 6, 9.10-11 5, 5.10-11

BI-203 F 0.100 1.5x10-9 0.050 1, 2.10-6, 4.10 9-10 4 0.10-10 2, 3.10-1 10, 9.10-10

0.100 m 2, 0.10-9 0.050 1, 6.10-9 8, 2.10-10 5, 3.10, 3.10-10 3-10 2-10

BI-205 F 0.100 3, 0.10-9 0.050 2, 4.10-1, 3.10 9-9 8-10 4 0.10, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10

M 0.100 5, 5.10-9 0.050 4, 4.10, 5.10-9 2-9 1-1 9, 2.10-9 9, 3.10-10

BI-206 F 0.100 6, 1.10-9 0.050 4, 8.10-9 2, 5.10-9 1, 6.10-9 9, 1.10-10 7, 4.10-10

0.100 m 1, 0.10-8 8, 0.050 0.10-4, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

BI-207 F 0.100 4-9, 3.10, 3.10 0.050 3-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 0.10-9 6, 0.10-10 4, 9.10-10

0.100 m 2, 3.10-8 0.050 2, 0.10-8 1, 2.10-8 8, 2.10-9 6, 5.10-9 5, 6.10-9

BI-210 F 0.100 1, 1.10-8, 9.10 0.050 6-9 3, 2.10-9 2, 1.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9

0.100 m 3, 9.10-7 0.050 3, 0.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 3.10-7 1, 1.10-7 9, 3.10-8

BI-210 m (F) 0.100 4, 1.10-7 0.050 2, 6.10-7 1-7 8, 3.10, 3.10-8 5, 6.10, 6.10-8 4-8

0.100 m 1, 5.10-5 0.050 1, 1.10-5 7, 0.10-6 4-6 4, 8.10, 1.10-6 3, 4.10-6

BI-212 F 0.100 6, 5.10-8 0.050 4, 5.10-8 2, 1.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 0.10-8 9, 1.10-9

0.100 m 1, 6.10-7 0.050 1, 1.10-7 6, 0.10-8 4, 4.10, 8.10-8 3-3 8, 1.10-8

BI-213 F 0.100 7, 7.10-8 0.050 5, 3.10-8 2, 5.10-8 1, 7.10-8 1-1 8, 2.10, 0.10-8

0.100 m 1, 6.10-7 0.050 1, 2.10-7 6, 0.10-8, 4.10 4-8 3-3 8, 6.10, 0.10-8

BI-214 F 0.100 5, 0.10-8 0.050 3, 5.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 1.10, 2.10-8 8-9 7, 1.10-9

M 8, 0.100 7.10-8 0.050 6, 1.10-8 3, 1.10, 2.10-8 2-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 4.10-8

Polonium

After-203 F 0.200 1, 9.10-10 0.100 1.5x10-10 7-10-11, 4-11, 7.10 2, 8.10-11 2, 3.10-11

M 0.200 2, 7.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 7.10-4, 3.10-11 11 3, 5.10-11

With 0.020 2, 8.10-10 0.010 2, 2.10-10, 1.10-1 10 7, 0.10-11 4, 5.10-11 3, 6.10-11

After-205 F 0.200 2, 6.10-10 0.100 2, 1.10-10 1, 1.10-10 6, 6.10-11 4, 1.10-11 3, 3.10-11

M 0.200 4 0.10-10 0.100 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 1.10-10 8, 1.10-11 6, 5.10-11

With 0.020 4, 2.10-10 0.010 3, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 2.10-10, 5.10-8 11 6, 9.10-11

After-207 F 0.200 4, 8.10-10 0.100 4 0.10-10 2, 1.10-10 1-10 7, 3.10, 3.10-11 5, 8.10-11

M 0.200 6, 2.10-10, 1.10 0.100 5-10 2-10-1, 6.10, 6.10-10 9-11 7, 9.10, 8.10-11

With 0.020 6, 6.10-10 0.010 5, 3.10-2, 10-10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 0.10-10 8, 2.10-11

After-210 F 0.200 7-6, 4.10, 8.10 0.100 4-6 2, 2.10-6 1-6 7, 3.10, 7.10-7 6, 1.10-7

M 0.200 1, 5.10-5 0.100 1, 1.10-5 6, 7.10, 6.10-6 4-6 4, 0.10-6 3, 3.10-6

With 0.020 1, 8.10-0.010 1, 4.10 5-5 8, 6.10-6 5-6 5, 9.10, 1.10-6 4, 3.10-6

astatine

At-207 (F) 2, 4.10-1.000 9 1.000 1, 7.10-9 8, 9.10-10 5, 9.10-10 4 0.10-10 3, 3.10-10

M 1.000 9, 2.10-9 1.000 6, 7.10-9 4-9-3, 3.10, 1.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 3.10-9

At-211 F 1.000 1, 4.10-7 9, 1.000 7.10-8 4, 3.10-8 2, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 6.10-8

M 1.000 5, 2.10-7 1.000 3, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 9.10, 4.10-7 1-1 7, 3.10, 1.10-7

francium

FR-222 F 1.000 9, 1.10-8 1.000 6, 3.10-8 3, 0.10-8 2, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 4.10-8

FR-223 F 1.000 1, 1.10-8 1.000 7, 3.10-9, 2.10 3-9 1-1 9, 9.10, 0.10-9 8, 9.10-10

Radium

RA-223 F 0.600 3, 0.10-6 0.200 1, 0.10-6 4-4 7, 9.10, 0.10-7 3, 3.10-7 1, 2.10-7

M 0.200 2, 8.10-5 0.100 2, 1.10-5 1, 3.10-5 9, 9.10-6 9-6, 4.10, 4.10 7-6

With 0.020 3, 2.10-5 0.010 2, 4.10, 5.10-5 1-5 1-1 5, 1.10, 1.10-5 8, 7.10-6

RA-224 F 0.600 1.5x10-6 0.200 6, 0.10-7 2-2 7, 9.10, 2.10-7 1-7 7-10, 5.10-8

M 0.200 1, 1.10-5 0.100 8, 2.10-6 5, 3.10-6 3-6 3, 9.10, 7.10-6 3, 0.10-6

With 0.020 1, 2.10-5 0.010 9, 2.10-6 5, 9.10-6 4-6 4, 4.10, 2.10-6 3, 4.10-6

RA-225 F 0.600 4, 0.10-6 0.200 1, 2.10-6 5, 6.10, 6.10-7 4-7 3-7-1, 8.10, 3.10-7

M 0.200 2-5, 4.10, 8.10 0.100 1-5 1-5 8, 1.10, 4.10-6 7, 9.10-6 6, 3.10-6

With 0.020 2, 8.10-5 0.010 2, 2.10-5 1-1 5, 4.10, 0.10-5 9, 8.10-6 7, 7.10-6

RA-226 F 0.600 2, 6.10-6, 4.10 0.200 9-7 5, 5.10-7 7, 2.10-7 1-6 3, 3.10, 6.10-7

M 0.200 1, 5.10-5 0.100 1, 1.10-5 7, 0.10-6 4-6 4, 9.10, 5.10-6 3, 5.10-6

With 0.020 3, 4.10-5 0.010 2, 9.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 2.10, 0.10-5 1-5 9, 5.10-6

RA-227 F 0.600 1, 5.10-9 0.200 1, 2.10-9 7, 8.10-10 6, 1.10-10 5, 3.10-10 4-10

M 0.200 8, 0.10-10 0.100 6, 7.10-4, 4.10-10 10 3, 2.10-10 2-2 10, 9.10, 8.10-10

With 0.020 1, 0.10-9 8 0.010, 5.10-10 4, 4.10, 9.10-10 2-10 2-2 10, 4.10, 2.10-10

RA-228 F 0.600 1 7.10-5 5 0.200, 7.10-6 3-6 3, 1.10, 6.10, 6.10-6 4-6 9, 0.10-7

M 0.200 1, 5.10-5 0.100 1, 0.10-5 6, 3.10-6 4, 6.10-6 4, 4.10-6 2, 6.10-6

4, with 9.10-0.020 5 0.010 4, 8.10-5 3-5 2, 2.10, 0.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 6.10-5

Actinium

AC-224 F 0.005 1, 3.10-7 5, 0.10-4 8, 9.10-8 4, 7.10, 1.10-8 3-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 1.10-8

0.005 m 4, 2.10-7 5, 0.10-4 3-7 2, 2.10, 0.10-7 1-1 7, 5.10, 4.10,-7 1, 1.10-7

With the 0.005 4, 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-7 2, 2.10-7 1, 7.10-7 1-1 7, 6.10, 3.10-7

The AC-225 F 0.005 1, 1.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 7.10-6 4, 0.10-6 2, 6.10-6 1, 1.10-6 8, 8.10-7

0.005 m 2, 8.10-5 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-5 1-1 5, 3.10, 0.10-5 9, 3.10-6, 4.10 7-6

With the 0.005 3-5 5, 1.10, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-5 1, 5.10-5 1-1 5, 1.10, 1.10-5 8, 5.10-6

AC-226 F 0.005 1.5x10-6 5, 0.10-4 1-6 4, 1.10, 0.10-7 2, 6.10-7 1, 2.10-7 9, 6.10-8

0.005 m 4, 3.10-6 5, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-6 2, 1.10-6 1, 5.10-6 1, 5.10-6 1, 2.10-6

With the 0.005 4, 7.10-6 5, 0.10-4 3, 5.10-6 2, 3.10-6 1-1 6, 7.10, 6.10-6 1, 3.10-6

AC-227 F 0.005 1 7.10-3 5, 0.10-4 1-1 3, 6.10, 0.10-3 7, 2.10-4 5, 6.10-4 5, 5.10-4

0.005 m 5, 7.10-4 5, 0.10-4 5, 5.10-4 3, 9.10-4 2-4 2, 6.10, 3.10-4 2, 2.10-4

With the 0.005 2-4 5, 2.10, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-4 1-4 8, 3.10, 7.10-5 7, 6.10-5 7, 2.10-5

AC-228 F 0.005 1, 8.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-7 9, 7.10, 7.10-8 5-8 2-2 8, 9.10, 5.10-8

0.005 m 8, 4.10-8 5, 0.10-4 7, 3.10-8 4, 7.10-8 2-2 8, 9.10, 0.10-8 1, 7.10-8

With the 0.005 6-8, 4.10, 5, 0.10-4 5-8-3, 3.10, 3.10-8 2, 2.10-8 1-1 8, 9.10, 6.10-8

thorium

Th-1, 226 F 0.005 4.10-7 5, 0.10-0.10-4 1 7 4, 8.10-8 3, 4.10, 5.10-8 2-2 8, 2.10-8

0.005 m 3, 0.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-7 1, 1.10-7 8-8 7, 3.10, 0.10-8 5, 8.10-8

With the 0.005 3, 1.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-7 1, 2.10-7 8, 8.10-8 7, 5.10-8 6, 1.10-8

Th-227 F 0.005 8, 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4 5, 2.10-6 2, 6.10, 6.10-6 1-6 1, 0.10-6 6, 7.10-7

0.005 m 3-5 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 1.10-5 1, 1.10-5 8, 5.10-6

With the 0.005 3-5 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 3, 0.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 4.10-5 1-1 5, 3.10, 0.10-5

Th-228 F 0.005 1, 8.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-4 8, 3.10-5 5, 2.10-5 3, 6.10-5 2, 9.10-5

0.005 m 1, 3.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-4, 8.10 6-4, 5-5 3-3 5, 9.10, 2.10-5

With the 0.005 1-4 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-4 8, 2.10-5 5, 5.10-5 4-5 4, 7.10, 0.10-5

Th-229 F 0.005 5, 4.10-4 5, 0.10-4 5, 1.10-4 3-4 2, 6.10, 9.10-4 2-4 2, 4.10, 4.10-4

0.005 m 2, 3.10-4 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-4 1-4 1, 6.10, 2.10-4 1-4 1, 1.10, 1.10-4

With the 0.005 2, 1.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 9.10, 3.10-4 8, 7.10-5 7, 6.10-5 7, 1.10-5

Th-230 F 0.005 2, 1.10-4 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-4 1-4 1, 4.10, 1.10-4 9, 9.10-5 1, 0.10-4

0.005 m 7, 7.10, 0.10-5 5-7 4-5 5, 4.10, 5.10-5 4-5 4, 3.10, 2.10-5 4, 3.10-5

With the 0.005 4, 5 5, 0.10-0.10-4 3, 5.10-5 2, 4.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 5.10-5 1, 4.10-5

Th-231 F 0.005 1, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-10 2, 6.10, 6.10-10 1-10 9, 2.10-11 7 8.10-11

0.005 m 2, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-9 8, 0.10-10 4, 8.10-10 3-3 10, 8.10, 1.10-10

With the 0.005 2, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 7-10 5, 6.10, 2.10-10, 1.10-4 10 3, 3.10-10

Th-232 F 0.005 2, 3.10-4 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-6.10-4 1, 4 1 3.10-4 1-4 1, 2.10, 1.10-4


0.005 m 8, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 8, 1.10-5 6, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-5 4-5 4, 7.10, 5.10-5

With the 0.005 5-5 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 5, 0.10-5 3, 7.10-5 2-2 5, 6.10, 5.10-5 2, 5.10-5

Th-234 F 0.005 4 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-8 1, 1.10-8 6, 1.10-9 3, 5.10-9 2, 5.10-9

0.005 m 3, 9.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2-8, 9.10 1.5x10-8 1, 0.10-8 7, 9.10-9 6, 6.10-9

With the 0.005 4, 1.10-8 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 7.10, 1.10-8 9, 1.10-9 7, 7.10-9

PA

PA-227 M 0.005 3-7 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-7 1-1 7, 4.10, 0.10-7 9, 0.10-8, 4.10 7-8

With the 0.005 3, 8.10-7 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 2-7 1-1 7, 5.10, 1.10-7 8-8 8, 1.10, 0.10-8

PA-2, 228 M 0.005 6.10-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-7 1, 3.10-7 8, 8.10-8 7-10-8, 6-8, 4.10

2, with 9.10 0.005-7 5, 0.10-4 2, 4.10, 5.10-7 1-1 7, 0.10-7 9, 1.10-8 7, 5.10-8

PA-230 M 2 0.005, 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-6 1, 1.10-6 8, 3.10-7 7, 6.10-7 6, 1.10-7

2, with 9.10 0.005-6 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-6 1-1 6, 4.10, 0.10-6 9-7 7, 6.10, 6.10-7

PA-231 0.005 M 2, 2.10-4 5, 0.10-4 2, 3.10-4 1-4 1, 9.10, 5.10-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 4.10-4

With the 0.005 7, 4.10-5 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-5 5, 2.10-5 3, 9.10-5 3-3 5, 6.10, 4.10-5

PA-232 M 0.005 1-8, 9.10 5, 0.10-4 1, 8.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 0.10, 0.10-8

With the 0.005 1, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-9 5-9 4, 9.10, 1.10-9 3-3 9, 7.10, 5.10-9

PA-233 M 0.005 1.5x10-8 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-8 6, 5.10-9 4-4 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 3, 3.10-9

With the 0.005 1 7.10-8 5, 0-1 4, 3.10-8 7, 5.10-9 5, 5.10-9 4, 9.10-9 3, 9.10-9

PA-234 M 2, 8.10 0.005-5, 9-4 2 0.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 1-9 6-10-4, 8.10, 7.10-10 3, 8.10-10

2, with 9.10-0.005 9 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-9 1, 1.10-9 7, 1.10-10 5, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10

Uranus

U-230 (F) 0.040 3, 2.10-6 0.020 1.5x10-6 7, 2.10-7 5-7-4, 4.10, 1.10-7 3, 8.10-7

M 0.040 4, 9.10-5 0.020 3, 7.10-5 2, 4.10, 8.10-5 1-5 1-5 1-10, 3.10-5

With 0.020 5, 8.10-5 0.002 4, 4.10, 8.10-5 2-5 2-2 5, 1.10, 0.10-5 1, 6.10-5

U-231 F 0.040 8, 9.10-10 0.020 6, 2.10-10 3, 1.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 0.10-10 6, 2.10-11

M 0.040 2, 4.10-9 0.020 1 7.10-9 9, 4.10, 5.10-10 5-10 4-10 3-10, 8.10

With 0.020 2, 6.10-9 0.002 1, 9.10-9 9, 0.10-10 6, 1.10-10 4-4 10, 9.10, 0.10-10

U-232 (F) 0.040 1, 6.10-5 0.020 1, 0.10-5 6-6 6, 9.10, 8.10-6 7, 5.10-6 4, 0.10-6

M 0.040 3, 0.10-5 0.020 2, 4.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 1.10-5 1, 0.10-5 7, 8.10-6

With 0.020 1, 0.10-4 0.002 9, 7.10-5, 6.10-6 5 4, 3.10-5 3-5 3, 8.10, 7.10-5

U-233 (F) 0.040 2, 2.10-6, 4.10 0.020 1-6 9-7 8, 4.10, 4.10-7 8, 6.10-7 5, 8.10-7

M 0.040 1.5x10-0.020 1 5-5 7, 1.10, 2.10-6 4-6 4, 9.10, 3.10-6 3, 6.10-6

With 0.020 3, 4.10-5 0.002 3, 0.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 2.10-5 1-5 9, 1.10, 6.10-6

U-234 F 0.040 2, 1.10-6, 4.10 0.020 1-6 9, 0.10-0.10-7 8, 7 8, 2.10-7 5, 6.10-7

M 0.040 1, 5.10-5 0.020 1, 1.10-5 7, 0.10-6 4-6 4, 8.10, 2.10-6 3, 5.10-6

With 0.020 3, 3.10-5 0.002 2, 9.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 2.10, 0.10-5 1-5 9, 4.10-6

U-235 F 0.040 2, 0.10-6 0.020 1, 3.10-6 8, 5.10-7 7, 5.10-7 7, 7.10-7 5, 2.10-7

M 0.040 1, 3.10-5 0.020 1, 0.10-5 6, 3.10, 3.10-6 4-6 3-6 3, 7.10, 1.10-6

With 0.020 3, 0.10-5 0.002 2, 6.10-5 1, 7.10-5 1-5 9, 1.10, 2.10-6 8, 5.10-6

U-236 (F) 0.040 2, 0.10-6 0.020 1, 3.10-6 8, 5.10-7 7, 5.10-7 7, 8.10-7 5, 3.10-7

M 0.040 1, 4.10-5 0.020 1, 0.10-5 6, 5.10-6 4, 5.10-6 3-6 3, 9.10, 2.10-6

With 0.020 3, 1.10-5 0.002, 7.10 2-5 1-1 5, 8.10, 1.10-5 9, 5.10-6 8-6, 7.10

U-237 F 0.040 1, 8.10-9 0.020 1.5x10-6, 9-10 4, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 8.10-10

M 0.040 7 8.10-9 0.020 5, 7.10-9 3, 3.10-9 2-2 9, 4.10, 1.10-9 1, 7.10-9

With 0.020 8, 7.10-0.002 6, 4.10 9-3, 9-2, 9-10-10-9, 2-9, 4.10 1, 9.10-9

U-238 F 0.040 1, 9.10-6 0.020 1, 3.10-6 8, 2.10-7 7-7 7, 3.10, 4.10-7 5, 0.10-7

M 0.040 1, 2.10-5 0.020 9, 4.10-6 5-6 4, 9.10, 0.10-6 3, 4.10-6 2, 9.10-6

2, with 9.10-0.020 5 0.002 2, 5.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 0.10-5 8, 7.10-6 8, 0.10-6

U-239 F 0.040 1, 0.10-10 0.020 6, 6.10-11 2, 9.10-11 1, 9.10-11 1-1 11, 2.10, 0.10-11

M 0.040 1, 8.10-10 0.020 1, 2.10-10 5, 6.10-8.10-11 3, 11 2, 7.10-11 2, 2.10-11

1, with 9.10-0.020 10 0.002 1, 2.10-10, 5-11, 4, 9.10, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 9.10, 4.10-11

U-240 F 0.040 2, 4.10-9 0.020 1, 6.10-9 7, 1.10-10 4, 5.10-10 2-2 10, 3.10, 0.10-10

M 0.040 4, 6.10-9, 1.10 0.020 3-9 1-1 9, 7.10, 1.10-9 6, 5.10-10 5, 3.10-10

4, with 9.10-0.020 9 0.002 3, 3.10-9 1-1 9, 6.10, 1.10-9 7, 0.10-10 5, 8.10-10

neptunium

NP-232 F 0.005 2, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-12 1-1 10, 9.10, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 1.10, 1.10, 2.10-10 1-10

0.005 m 8, 9.10-11 5, 0.10-04 8, 1.10-11 5, 5.10-11 4, 5.10-11 4-5 11, 7.10, 0.10-11

With the 0.005 1, 2.10-10 5, 0.10-04 9, 7.10-11 5-11, 8.10, 9.10 3-11 2-2 11, 5.10, 4.10-11

NP-1, 233 F 0.005 1.10-11 5, 0.10-04 8, 7.10-12 4, 2.10-12 2, 5.10-12 1-1 12, 4.10, 1.10-12

0.005 m 1.5x10-11 5, 0.10-04 1, 1.10-11 5, 5.10-12 3, 3.10-12 2, 1.10-12 1, 6.10-12

With the 0.005 1.5x10-11 5, 0.10-04 1, 2.10-11 5-12, 7.10 3, 4.10-12 2, 1.10-1, 12-10-12

NP-234 F 0.005 2, 9.10-09 5, 0.10-04 2, 2.10-1 09-09 7, 1.10, 2.10-10, 3.10-4 10 3, 5.10-10

0.005 m 3, 8.10-09 5, 0.10, 0.10-04 3-09 1, 6.10-09 1, 0.10-09 6, 5.10-10 5, 3.10-10

With the 0.005 3, 9.10-09 5, 0.10-04 3, 1.10-09 1, 6.10-09 1, 0.10-09 6, 8.10-10 5, 5.10-10

NP-235 F 0.005 4, 2.10-09 5, 0.10-04 3, 5.10-09 1, 9.10-09 1, 1.10-09 7, 5.10-10 6, 3.10-10

0.005 m 2, 3.10-09 5, 0.10-04 1, 9.10-09 1, 1.10-09 6, 8.10-10 5, 1.10, 2.10-10 4-10

With the 0.005 2, 6.10-09 5, 0.10-04 2, 2.10-09 1, 3.10, 3.10-09 8-10 6-10 5, 3.10, 2.10-10

NP-236 F 8, 9.10 0.005-06 5, 0.10-04 9, 1.10-06 7, 2.10-06 7, 5.10-06 7, 9.10-06 8, 0.10-06

0.005 m 3, 0.10-06 5, 0.10-04 3, 1.10-06 2, 7.10-06 2, 7.10-06 3, 1.10-06 3, 2.10-06

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-06 5, 0.10-04 1, 6.10-06 1, 3.10-06 1, 0.10-06 1, 0.10-0.10-1, 06 06

NP-236 F 0.005 2, 8.10-08 5, 0.10-04 2, 6.10-08 1, 5.10-08 1, 1.10-08 8, 9.10-09 9, 0.10-09

0.005 m 1, 6.10-08 5, 0.10-04 1-08, 4.10 8, 9.10-09 6, 2.10-09 5, 6.10-09 5, 3.10-09

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-08 5, 0.10-04 1, 3.10-08 8, 5.10-09 5, 7.10-09 4, 8.10-09 4, 2.10-09

NP-237 F 9 0.005, 8.10-05 5, 0.10-04 9, 3.10-05 6, 0.10-05 5, 0.10-05 4, 7.10-05 5, 0.10-05

0.005 m 4, 4.10-05 5, 0.10-04 4 0.10-05 2, 8.10-05 2, 2.10-05 2, 2.10-05 2, 3.10-05

With the 0.005 3, 7.10-05 5, 0.10-04 3, 2.10-05 2, 1.10-05 1, 4.10-05 1, 3.10-05 1, 2.10-05

NP-238 F 9 0.005, 0.10-09 5, 0.10-04 7, 9.10-09 4, 8.10-09 3-10-09, 3, 3.10-09 3, 5.10-09

0.005 m 7, 3.10-09 5, 0.10-04 5, 8.10-09 3, 4.10, 5.10-09 2-09 2, 2.10-09 2, 1.10-09

With the 0.005 8, 1.10-09 5, 0.10-04 6, 2.10-09 3, 2.10-09 2, 1.10-09 1-10-09 1.5x10-09

NP-239 F 0.005 2, 6.10-09 5, 0.10-04 1, 4.10-09 6, 3.10-10 3, 8.10-10 2, 1.10-1, 10-10-10

0.005 m 5, 9.10-09 5, 0.10-04 4, 2.10-09 2, 0.10-09 1, 4.10-09 1, 2.10-09 9, 3.10-10

With the 0.005 5, 6.10-09 5, 0.10-04 4 0.10-09 2, 2.10-1, 09-09 1, 3.10-09 1, 0.10-09

NP-240 F 0.005 3, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-04 2, 6.10-10 1, 2.10-10, 7-10-11 4-4 11, 7.10, 0.10-11

0.005 m 6, 3.10-5, 10-4, 4.10-04 10 2, 2.10-10 1-1 10, 4.10, 0.10-10 8, 5.10-11

With the 0.005 6, 5.10-5 10, 0.10-04 4, 6.10-10 2, 3.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 1.10-10 9, 0.10-11

plutonium

Pu-234 F 0.005 3, 0.10-8 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-8 9, 10-9, 5-9 3-10, 6.10-9 3, 0.10-9

0.005 m 7, 8.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5-8-3, 9.10, 7.10-8 2, 8.10-8 2-2 8, 6.10, 1.10-8

With 1, 0.10-4 8, 7.10-8 1, 0.10-5 6, 6.10-8 4, 2.10-8 3-3 8, 1.10, 0.10-8 2-8, 4.10

Pu-235 F 0.005 1, 0.10-11 5, 0.10-4 7, 9.10-12 3, 9.10-12 2, 2.10-12 1-1 12, 3.10, 0.10-12

0.005 m 1, 3.10-5, 11-4 1, 0.10 0.10-0.10-11 5, 12 2, 9.10-12 1-1 12, 9.10, 4.10-12

With 1, 0.10-4, 3.10-1 11 1, 0.10, 0.10-5 1-11 5-12 3, 1.10, 0.10-12 1-1 12, 9.10, 5.10-12

Pu-236 F 0.005 1, 0.10-0.10-4 5, 4 9, 5.10-5 6, 1.10-5 4, 4.10-5 3-4 5, 7.10, 0.10-5

0.005 m 4, 8.10-5 5, 0.10-4, 3.10-5 2-2 5, 9.10, 1.10-5 1-2 5, 9.10, 0.10-5

With 1, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-5 1, 0.10-5 3, 1.10-5 2, 0.10-5 1-1 5, 4.10, 2.10, 0.10-5 1-5

Pu-237 F 0.005 2, 2.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-9 7, 9.10-10 4, 8.10, 9.10-10 2-2 10, 6.10-10

0.005 m 1-9 5, 9.10, 0.10-4, 4.10-1 9 8, 2.10-10, 4.10 5-10 4-10-3, 3.10, 5.10-10

With 1, 2, 4 0.10-0.10, 0.10-9 1-1 5, 5.10-9 8, 8.10, 9.10-10 5-10 4-10 3, 8.10, 9.10-10

Pu-238 F 0.005 2-4 5, 0.10 0.10-4 1-4 1, 9.10, 4.10-4 1-4 1, 1.10, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-4

0.005 m 7, 8.10-5 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 7-5 5-5, 6.10, 4.10 4-5 4-5 4, 3.10, 6.10-5

With 1, 0.10-4 4, 5.10-5 1-4 5, 0.10 0.10-5 2, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 7.10-5 1, 6.10-5

Pu-239 (F) 0.005 2, 1.10-4 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 2.10-4 1-4 1, 1.10, 2.10-4

0.005 m 8, 0.10, 0.10-5 5-7 4-5 6, 7.10, 0.10-5 4-5 4, 8.10, 7.10-5 5, 0.10-5

With 1, 0.10-4, 3.10-5 1, 0.10-5 3, 9.10-5 2, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 7.10-5 1, 6.10-5

Pu-240 F 0.005 2, 1.10-4 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 2-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 2.10-4 1-4 1, 1.10, 2.10-4

0.005 m 8, 0.10, 0.10-5 5-7 4-5 6, 7.10, 0.10-5 4-5 4, 8.10, 7.10-5 5, 0.10-5

With 1, 0.10-4, 3.10-5 1, 0.10-5 3, 9.10-5 2, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 7.10-5 1, 6.10-5

Pu-241 F 0.005 2, 8.10-6 5, 0.10-4 2-6 2, 9.10, 6.10-6 2-2 6, 4.10, 2.10-6 2, 3.10-6

0.005 m 9, 1.10-7 5, 0.10-4 9, 7.10-7 9, 2.10-7 8, 3.10-7 8, 6.10-7 9, 0.10-7

With 1, 2, 4 0.10-2.10-7 1, 0.10-5 2-2 7, 3.10, 0.10-7 1-1 7, 7.10, 7.10, 7.10-7 1-7

Pu-242 F 0.005 2-4 5, 0.10 0.10-4 1-4 1, 9.10, 4.10-4 1-4 1, 2.10, 1.10-4 1, 1.10-4

0.005 m 7, 6.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 3.10-5 5, 7.10-5 4, 5.10-5 4, 5.10-5 4, 8.10-5

With 1-4 4, 0.10 0.10, 0.10-5 1-5 3-5 2, 6.10, 5.10-5 1, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 5.10-5

Pu-243 F 0.005 2, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 9.10-10 8, 8.10-11 5, 7.10-11 3-3 11, 5.10, 2.10-11


0.005 m 5, 6.10-10 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 3.10-10 8-10-11, 8-11, 3.10

With 1, 4, 6, 0.10-0.10-0.10-10 1 5 4 10, 1.10-2, 0.10-10 1, 4.10-10 9, 2.10-11 8-11

Pu-244 F 0.005 2-4 5, 0.10 0.10-4 1-4 1, 9.10, 4.10-4 1-4 1, 2.10, 1.10-4 1, 1.10-4

0.005 m 7, 4.10-5 5, 0.10-4 7, 2.10-5 5, 6.10-5 4, 5.10-5 4-5 4, 4.10, 7.10-5

With 1, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-5 1, 0.10-5 3, 5.10-5 2, 4.10-5 1-5 1-10, 5.10-5 1, 5.10-5

Pu-245 F 0.005 1, 8.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 3.10, 6.10-10 3, 5.10-10 1-1 10, 9.10, 6.10-10

0.005 m 3, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 5.10-9 1-9 8, 2.10, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-10 4 0.10-10

With 1, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-9 1-5, 2-9, 1-9, 3.10, 5.10 8-10 5-10-4, 4.10, 3.10-10

PU-2, 246 F 0.005 0.10-8 5, 0-4 1-8, 4.10 7, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 5.10-9

0.005 m 3, 5.10-8 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-8 1, 5.10-8 1, 1.10-8 9, 1.10-9 7, 4.10-9

With 1, 0.10-4 3, 8.10-8 1, 0.10-5 2, 8.10-8 1, 6.10-8 1-1 8, 2.10, 0.10, 0.10-8 8-9

americium

Am-237 F 9 0.005, 8.10-11 5, 0.10-4 7, 3.10-11 3, 5.10-11 2, 2.10-11 1-1 11, 3.10, 1.10-11

0.005 m 1, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-10, 6-11, 2.10 4, 1.10-11 3, 0.10-11 2, 5.10-11

With the 0.005 1 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 5.10-11 4, 3.10-11 3, 11 2, 2.10-6.10-11

Am-238 F 0.005 4, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 0.10-10 1-1 10, 8.10, 9.10-10

0.005 m 3, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-10 1-10 9, 3.10, 6.10-11 8-11 10, 8.10, 0.10-11

With the 0.005 2, 7.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 2.10-11 6, 1.10-11 5, 4.10-11

Am-239 F 0.005 8, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 5-10 2-10-1, 6.10, 6.10-10 9, 1.10-11 7, 6.10-11

0.005 m 1, 5.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-9 5, 6.10-10 3-10-10, 2-10-10, 2-10, 2.10

With the 0.005 1, 6.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1-5 9, 1.10, 9.10-10 4 0.10-10 2-2 10, 5.10, 4.10-10

Am-240 F 0.005 2, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 1-9-10 8-10 5, 8.10, 7.10-10 3, 6.10-10 2, 3.10-10

0.005 m 2, 9.10-9 5, 0.10-4 2, 2.10-9 1, 2.10-9 7, 7.10-10 5, 3.10, 3.10-10 4-10

With the 0.005 3, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4, 3.10-2 9 1, 2.10-9 7, 8.10-10 5, 3.10, 3.10-10 4-10

Am-241 F 0.005 1, 8.10-4 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-1 4 1-4 1, 2.10, 0.10-4 9, 2.10-5 9, 6.10-5

0.005 m 7, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10, 1.10-5 5-5 4-5 4, 0.10, 0.10-5 4, 2.10-5

With the 0.005 4-5 5, 6.10, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 7.10-5 1, 6.10-5

Am-242 F 0.005 9, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 7, 1.10-8 3, 5.10-8 2, 1.10-8 1-1 8, 4.10, 1.10-8

0.005 m 7, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 9.10-8 3, 6.10-8 2-2 8, 4.10, 1.10-8 1, 7.10-8

With the 0.005 8, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 6, 2.10-8 3-8, 9.10, 7.10 2-8 2-2 8, 4.10, 0.10-8

Am-242 m F 0.005 1-4 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 1.10-9 4-5 8, 4.10, 8.10-5 9, 2.10-5

0.005 m 5-5 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 5, 3.10-5 4, 1.10-5 3-3 5, 4.10, 5.10-5 3, 7.10-5

With the 0.005 2, 5.10-5 5, 0.10-4, 4.10 2-5 1-1 5, 7.10, 2.10-5 1-1 5, 1.10, 1.10-5

Am-243 F 0.005 1, 8.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-4 1-4 1, 2.10, 0.10-4 9, 1.10-5 9, 6.10-5

0.005 m 7, 2.10, 0.10-5 5-4, 8.10 6-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-5 4-5 4-5 4, 0.10, 1.10-5

With the 0.005 4, 4.10-5 5, 0.10-4 3, 9.10-5 2, 6.10-5 1, 8.10-5 1-1 5, 6.10, 5.10-5

Am-244 F 0.005 1, 0.10-8 5, 0.10-4 9, 2.10-9 5, 6.10-9 4, 1.10-9 3-3 9, 5.10, 7.10-9

0.005 m 6, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 5, 0.10-9 3, 2.10-9 2-2 9, 2.10, 0.10, 0.10-9 2-9

With the 0.005 6, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 8.10-2, 4.10 9-9 1-9 1-1 9, 4.10, 2.10-9

Am-F 244m 0.005 4, 6.10-10 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-10 2-10-1, 4.10, 8.10-10 1-1 10, 5.10, 6.10-10

0.005 m 3, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-10 1, 3.10-10 9, 2.10-11 8-11 8, 3.10, 4.10-11

With the 0.005 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 2, 2.10-10 1, 2.10-10 8, 1.10-11 5-5 11, 5.10, 7.10-11

Am-245 F 0.005 2, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 4.10-10 6, 2.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 4.10, 1.10-11

0.005 m 3, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10-1, 3.10-10 10 8, 7.10-11 6, 4.10-11 5, 3.10-11

With the 0.005 4, 1.10-10 5, 0.10-4 2, 8.10-1, 3.10-10 10 9, 2.10-11 6, 8.10-11 5, 6.10-11

Am-246 F 0.005 3, 0.10, 0.10-10 5-4 2, 0.10-10 9, 3.10-11 6, 1.10-11 3-3 11, 8.10, 3.10-11

0.005 m 5, 10 5, 0.10-0.10-3, 4.10 4-10 1-1 10, 1.10-10 7, 9.10, 11-6, 6.10-11

With the 0.005 5, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-10 1-1 10, 7.10, 2.10-10 8-11 6, 3.10, 9.10-11

Am-F 246m 0.005 1, 3.10-5 10, 0.10-4 8, 9.10-11 4, 2.10-11 2, 6.10, 6.10-11 1-1 11, 4.10-11

0.005 m 1, 9.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-10 6, 1.10-11 4, 0.10-11 2-2 11, 2.10-11

With the 0.005 2, 0.10-0.10-10 5 4 1 10-6, 4.10, 4.10-11 4, 1.10-11 2-2 11, 7.10, 3.10-11

curium

Cm-238 F 0.005 7, 7.10-9 5, 0.10-4, 4.10, 5-9 2-9 1-9 9, 8.10, 2.10-10, 8.10 7-10

0.005 m 2, 1.10-8 5, 0-1 4, 5.10-8 7, 9.10-9 5-5 9, 9.10, 6.10-9 4, 5.10-9

With the 0.005 2, 2.10-8 5, 0.10-4 1-8 8, 6.10, 6.10-6, 4.10 9-9 6-9, 1.10 4, 9.10-9

Cm-240 F 0.005 8, 3.10-6 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10-6 3-6 2, 2.10, 0.10-6 1, 5.10-6 1, 3.10-6

0.005 m 1-5 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 9, 1.10-6 5-6 4, 8.10, 2.10-6 3-6 3, 8.10, 2.10-6

With the 0.005 1, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 9, 9.10-6 6, 4.10-6 4-6 4, 6.10, 3.10-6 3, 5.10-6

Cm-1, 241 F 0.005 1.10-7 5, 0.10-4 8, 9.10-8 4, 9.10, 5.10-8 3-8 2-2 8, 8.10, 7.10-8

0.005 m 1, 3.10-7 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 1-6 7, 6.10-8 4, 8.10-8, 4.10 4-8 3-8-10

With the 0.005 1, 4.10-7 5, 0.10-4 1, 1.10-7 6, 9.10-8 4-4 8, 9.10, 5.10-8 3, 7.10-8

Cm-2, 242 F 0.005 7.10-5 5, 0.10-4 2, 1.10-5 1, 0.10-5 6, 1.10-6 4, 0.10-6 3, 3.10-6

0.005 m 2, 2.10-5 5, 0-4 1-1 5, 8.10, 1.10-5 7, 3.10-6 6, 4.10-6 5, 2.10-6

With the 0.005 2, 4.10-5 5, 0-4 1-1 5, 9.10, 2.10-5 8, 2.10-6 7, 3.10-6 5, 9.10-6

Cm-243 F 0.005 1-4 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 1, 5.10-4 9, 5.10-5 7, 3.10-5 6, 5.10-5 6, 9.10-5

0.005 m 6, 7.10, 0.10-5 5-6 4-5 4, 1.10, 2.10-5 3-3 5, 1.10, 0.10-5 3, 1.10-5

With the 0.005 4-5 5, 6.10, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2-5 1-1 5, 8.10, 6.10-5 1, 5.10-5

Cm-244 F 0.005 1.5x10-4 5, 0.10-4 1-4, 3.10, 3.10-5 8 6, 1.10-5 5-5 5, 3.10, 7.10-5

0.005 m 6, 2.10, 0.10-5 5-4 5, 7.10, 7.10-5 3-5 2, 7.10-5 2-2 5, 6.10, 7.10-5

With the 0.005 4, 4.10-5 5, 0.10-4, 8.10 3-5 2, 5.10-5 1-5 1-10, 5.10-5 1, 3.10-5

Cm-245 F 0.005 1-4 5, 9.10, 0.10-4, 8.10-1 4 1-4 1, 2.10, 0.10-4, 4.10 9-5 9, 9.10-5

0.005 m 7, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-5 5, 1.10-5 4, 1.10-5 4-5 4, 1.10, 2.10-5

With the 0.005 4, 5.10-5 5, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 7.10-5 1, 6.10-5

Cm-246 F 0.005 1-4 5, 9.10, 0.10-4, 8.10-1 4 1-4 1, 2.10, 0.10-9 4-5 9, 4.10, 8.10-5

0.005 m 7, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 6, 9.10-5 5, 1.10-5 4, 1.10-5 4-5 4, 1.10, 2.10-5

With the 0.005 4-5 5, 6.10, 0.10, 0.10-4 4-5 2, 7.10-5 1-1 5, 9.10, 7.10-5 1, 6.10-5

Cm-1, 247 F 0.005 7.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 6.10, 1.10-4, 4.10 9-5 8-5 9, 6.10, 0.10-5

0.005 m 6, 7.10-5 5, 0.10-4 6, 3.10-5 4, 7.10, 7.10-5 3-5 3-3 5, 7.10, 9.10-5

With the 0.005 4, 1.10-5 5, 0.10-4 3, 6.10-5 2, 4.10-5 1-5 1-10, 5.10-5 1, 4.10-5

Cm-248 F 0.005 6, 8.10-4 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-4 4, 5.10-4 3-4 3, 7.10, 4.10-4 3, 6.10-4

0.005 m 2, 5.10-4 5, 0.10-4 2-4, 4.10, 8.10-1 4 1-4 1, 4.10, 4.10, 5.10-4 1-4

With the 0.005 1-4 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-4 8, 2.10-5 5-5 5, 6.10, 0.10-5 4, 8.10-5

Cm-249 F 0.005 1, 8.10-10 5, 0.10-4 9, 8.10, 9.10-11 5-11, 4-11 4-4 11, 0.10, 0.10-11

0.005 m 2, 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-10 8, 2.10-11 5, 8.10-11 3-3 11, 7.10, 3.10-11

With the 0.005 2, 4.10-10 5, 0.10-4 1, 6.10-10 7, 8.10-11 5, 3.10-11 3-3 11, 9.10, 3.10-11

Cm-250 F 0.005 3-3 5, 9.10, 0.10-4 3, 7.10 3 2-6.10-3 2-3 2, 1.10, 0.10-3 2, 1.10-3

0.005 m 1-3 5, 4.10, 0.10-4 1-3 9, 3.10, 9.10-4 7, 9.10-4 7, 9.10-4 8, 4.10-4

With the 0.005 7, 2.10-4 5, 0.10-4 6, 5.10-4 4, 4.10-4 3, 0.10-4 2-4 2, 7.10, 6.10-4

Berkelium

BK-245 M, 8.10-0.005 8 9 5, 0.10-4 6, 6.10-9 4, 0.10-9 2-2 9, 9.10, 6.10-9 2, 1.10-9

BK-246 M 2 0.005, 1.10-9 5, 0.10-4 1, 7.10-9 9, 3.10-10 6, 10 4 0.10-0.10-10 3, 3.10-10

BK-247 M 0.005 1.5x10-4 5, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 1.10-4 7-5 7, 9.10, 2.10-5 6, 9.10-5

BK-249 M 0.005 3, 3.10-7 5, 0.10-4 3, 3.10-7 2, 4.10, 8.10-7 1-7 1-1 7, 6.10, 6.10-7

BK-250 M 0.005 3, 4.10-9 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-9 2, 0.10-9 1-1 9, 3.10, 1.10-9 1, 0.10-9

californium

CF-244 M 0.005 7, 6.10-8 5, 0.10-4 5, 4.10, 8.10-8 2-2 8, 0.10-8 1-1 8, 6.10, 4.10-8

CF-246 M 0.005 1 7.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-6 8, 3.10-7 6, 1.10-7 5, 7.10-7 4, 5.10-7

CF-248 M 0.005 3-5 5, 8.10, 0.10-4 3, 2.10-5 2, 1.10-5 1-1 5, 4.10, 0.10-5 8, 8.10-6

CF-249 M 0.005 1-4 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 1.10-4 8, 0.10-5 7-5 7, 2.10, 0.10-5

CF-250 M 0.005 1, 1.10-4 5, 0.10-4 9, 8.10-5, 6.10-6 5 4, 2.10-5 3, 5.10-5 3, 4.10-5

CF-251 M 0.005 1-4 5, 6.10, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 5.10, 1.10-4 8, 1.10-5 7, 3.10-5 7, 1.10-5

Cf-252 M 9 0.005, 7.10, 0.10-5 5-4 8, 7.10-5 5, 6.10-5 3, 2.10-5 2-2 5, 2.10, 0.10-5

CF-253 M 0.005 5, 4.10-6 5, 0.10-4 4, 2.10-6 2, 6.10-6 1-1 6, 9.10, 7.10, 3.10-6 1-6

CF-2, 254 M 0.005 5.10-4 5, 0.10-4 1-4 1, 9.10, 1.10-4 7, 0.10-5 4-5 4, 8.10, 1.10-5

Einsteinium

EC-250 M 2 0.005, 0.10, 0.10-9 5-4 1-1 9, 8.10, 2.10-9 7, 8.10-10 6, 4.10-10 6, 3.10-10

EC-251 M 0.005 7, 9.10-5, 9-4 6, 0.10 0.10-9 3, 9.10-9 2-2 9, 8.10, 6.10-9 2, 1.10-9

EC-1, 253 M 0.005 1.10-5 5-4 8, 0.10, 0.10-6 5, 1.10-6, 7.10 3-6 3, 4.10-6 2, 7.10-6

ES-254 M 0.005, 7.10 3-5 5, 0.10-4 3, 1.10-5 2, 0.10-5 1-1 5, 3.10, 0.10-5 8, 6.10-6

EC-254m M 1, 0.005 7.10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 3.10-6, 4.10 8-7 6, 3.10-7 5-7, 4, 9.10, 7.10-7

fermium

FM-252 M 0.005 1, 2.10-6 5, 0.10-0.10-4 9, 7 5, 8.10-7 4-4 7, 3.10, 0.10-7 3, 2.10-7

FM-253 M 0.005 1.5x10-6 5, 0.10-4 1, 2.10-6 7, 3.10-5, 4.10 7-7 5-7 4 0.10, 0.10-7

FM-254 M 0.005 3-7 5, 2.10, 0.10-4 2-7-1, 3.10, 3.10-7 9, 8.10-8 7, 6.10-8 6, 1.10-8

FM-255 M 0.005 1, 2.10-6 5, 0.10-4 7, 3.10-7 4, 7.10-7 3-3 7, 5.10, 4.10-7 2, 7.10-7

FM-257 M 0.005 3, 3.10-5 5, 0.10-4 2, 6.10, 6.10-5 1-5 1-5 8, 1.10, 8.10-6 7, 1.10-6

mendelevium


MD-257 M 0.005 1, 0.10-7 5, 0.10-4 8, 2.10-8 5, 1.10-8 3-3 8, 6.10, 1.10-8 2, 5.10-8

MD-258 M 0.005 2, 4.10-5 5, 0-4 1-1 5, 9.10, 2.10-5 8, 6.10-6 7, 3.10-6 5, 9.10-6



Table 7



Conversion factors for conversion of the intake of radionuclides by inhaling

INH

radioactive fumes at the time of effective dose for individuals

of the public and for workers with resources



Conversion factors for inhaled intake hinh radioactive fumes

selected volatile substances are listed for the age group under 1 year, 1

up to 2 years, 2 to 7 years, 7-12 years, 12 to 17 years of age and over 17 years of age, which

is the conversion factor for those adults, including staff resources.

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element hinh [Sv/Bq]



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

substance 1 1-2 2 nuclide-7 7-12 12-17 > 17

(adult)

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hydrogen

H-3 tritiovaná water vapor 6, 40.10-11, 4-11 3 80.10, 10.10-30.10, 11 2-11 1-1 11, 80.10 80.10-11

elemental tritium 6, 40.10-15, 4-15 3-80.10, 10.10-30.10, 15 2-15 1-1 15, 80.10 80.10-15

methane tritiovaný 6, 40.10-13 4, 80.10-13 3, 10.10-30.10, 13 2-13 1-1 13, 80.10 80.10-13

organically bound tritium 1, 10.10-10 1, 10.10-10 7, 00.10-11 5 50.10-11, 4-11, 10.10 4, 10.10-11

carbon

C-11 fumes 2, 80.10 80.10-1, 11-9, 11-6, 12 70.10 10.10-12 3-3 12, 80.10 20.10-12

carbon dioxide 1, 80.10-11 1, 20.10-11 6 50.10-12, 4-12 2, 10.10, 10.46-12 2, 20.10-12

carbon monoxide 1, 00.10-11 6, 70.10-12 3 50.10-12, 2-12, 1 Oct 40.10-12 1, 20.10-12

C-14 fumes 1, 30.10-09 1, 60.10-09 9, 70.10-10 7, 90.10-10 5, 10 5, 70.10-80.10-10

carbon dioxide 1 90.10 90.10-11 1-1 11, 10.10-11 8, 90.10-12 6-6 12, 30.10, 20.10-12

carbon monoxide 9, 10.10-12 5, 70.10-12 2, 80.10-12 1, 70.10-12 9, 90.10-13 8, 00.10-13

sulphur

S-35 sírouhlík 6, 90.10-09 4-09 2, 80.10 40.10 40.10-09 1-09, 60.10 8-10 7, 00.10-10

sulfur dioxide 9, 40.10-10 6, 10 3, 60.10-40.10-10 2, 10.10-30.10 10 1-1 10, 10.10-10

nickel

NI-56 which nickel 6, 80.10-09 5, 20.10-09 3, 20.10-09 2, 10.10-09 1, 40.10-09 1, Oct-09

NI-57 which nickel 3, 10.10-09 2, 30.10-09 1, 40.10-09 9, 20.10-10 6, 50-10 5, 60.10-10

NI-nickel 4, which is 59 00.10-09 3, 30.10-09 2, 00.10-09 1, 30.10-09 9, 10.10-30.10 10 8-10

NI-63 which nickel 9, 50.10-09, 8 00.10-09 4, 80.10-09 3, 00.10-09 Oct-09 2 2, 00.10-09

NI-nickel 2, which is of 65 00.10-09 1, 40.10-09 8, 10.10-10 5, 60.10-10 4, 00.10-10 3, 60.10-10

NI-66 which is the nickel 1, 00.10-08 7, 10.10-09 4, 00.10-09 2, 70.10-09 1, 80.10-09 1, 60.10-09

rutenium

Ru-94 carbon ruteničitý 5, 50-10 3, 50-10 1-1 10, 80.10 10.10-10 7, 00.10-11, 5-11, 60.10

Ru-oxide ruteničitý 8, 97 70.10-10 6, 20.10-10 3, 40.10-10 2, 20.10-10 1-1 10, 40.10 20.10-10

Ru-oxide ruteničitý 103 9, 00.10-09 6, Oct-09 3, 30.10-09 2, 10.10-09 1, 30.10-09 1, 10.10-09

Ru-105 ruteničitý oxide 1, 60.10-09 1, 00.10-09 5, 30.10-10 3, 20.10-10 2, 20.10-10 1 80.10-10

Ru-106 ruteničitý oxide 1, 60.10-07 1, 10.10-07 6, 10.10-08 3, 70.10-08 2, 20.10-08 1, 80.10-08

tellurium

Te-116 fumes 5, 90.10-10 4 40.10-10 2 50-10 1-1 10, 60.10 10.10-10 8, 70.10-11

Te-121 fumes 3, 00.10-09 2, 40.10 40.10-09 1-09 9, 60.10-10 6, 70.10-10 5, 10.10-10

Te-121m vapor 3, 50.10-08 2, 70.10-08 1, 60.10-08 9, 80.10-09 6, 60.10-09 5, 50.10-09

Te-123 fumes 2, 80.10-08 2, 50.10-08 1, 90.10-08 1, 50.10-08 1, 30.10-08 1, 20.10-08

Te-123m fumes 2, 50.10-08 1, 80.10-08 1, 00.10-08 5, 70.10-09 3, 50-09 2, 90.10-09

Te-125 m 1, 50 fumes-08 1, 10.10-08 5, 90.10-09 3, 20.10-09 1, 90.10-09 1, 50.10-09

Te-127 fumes, 10.10 6-10 4-10 2 40.10, 30.10-10 1-10 9, 40.10 20.10-11 7, 70.10-11

Te-127m fumes 5, 30.10-08 3, 70.10-08 1, 90.10-08 1, 00.10-08 6, 10.10-09 4, 60.10-09

Te-129 fumes 2, 50-10-1, 10-9, 70.10 40.10-11 6, 20.10-30.10, 11 4-11 3, 70.10-11

Te-129m fumes, 80.10 4-08 3, 20.10-08 1, 60.10-08 8, 50-09 5, 10.10-09 3, 70.10-09

Te-5 131 fumes, 10.10-10 4, 50-10, 2-10-1, 60.10 40.10-10 9, 50.10-11, 6-11 80.10

Te-131 fumes 2, 10.10-08 1, 90.10-08 1, 10.10-08 5, 60.10-09 3, 70.10-09 2, 40.10-09

Te-132 5 fumes, 40.10-08 4, 50.10-08 2, 40.10-08 1-08 20.10 7, 60.10-09 5, 10.10-09

Te-133 fumes 5, 50-10-4, 10-2, 70.10 50.10-10-1, 10-8, 20.10 10.10-11 5, 60.10-11

Te-133 m engine has fumes 2, 30.10-09 2, 00.10-09 1, 10.10-09 5, 00.10-10-3, 10-2, on October 30th Oct-10

Te-134 fumes 6, 80.10-10 5, 50-10 3, 00.10-10 1-1 10, 60.10 10.10-10 8, 40.10-11

iodine

I-120 elementary iodine 3, 00.10-09 2, 40.10-09 1, 30.10-09 6, 40.10-10 4, 30.10-10 3, 00.10-10

metyljodid 2, 30.10-09 1, 90.10-09 1, 00.10-09 4, 80.10-10 3, 10.10-10 2, 00.10-10

I-120 elementary iodine 1, 50.10-09 Oct-09 1, 6, 10-3, 40.10 40.10-10 2, 30.10-10 1 80.10-10

metyljodid 1, 00.10-09 8, 70.10-10 4-10 2 60.10, 20.10-10 1-1 10, 50, 00.10-10

I-120 elementary iodine 5, 10 5, 70.10-10.10-10 3, 00.10-10 1-1 10, 70.10 20.10-10 8, 60.10-11

metyljodid 4, 20.10-10 3, 10-2, 80.10 20.10 20.10-10 1-10 8, 30.10-11 5, 60.10-11

I-120 elementary iodine 2, 10.10-09 1, 80.10-09 1, 00.10-09 4, 70.10-10 3, 20.10-10 2, 10.10-10

metyljodid 1, 60.10-09 1, 40.10-09 7, 70.10-10 3, 10-2, 60.10 40.10-10 1 50.10-10

I-124 elementary iodine 1, 10.10-07 1, 00.10-07 5, 80.10-08 2, 80.10 80.10-08 1-1, 08-08 20.10

metyljodid 8, 50-08 8, 00.10-08 4, 50.10-08 2, 20.10-08 1, 40.10-08 9, 20.10-09

I-125 elementary iodine 4, 70.10-08 5, 20.10-08 3, 70.10-08 2, 80.10-08 2, 00.10-08 1, 40.10-08

metyljodid 3, 70.10-08 4, 00.10-08 2, 90.10-08 Oct-08 2, 1, 1, 60.10-08 10.10-08

I-126 elementary iodine 1 90.10 90.10-1, 07-07 1, 10.10-07 6, Oct-08 4-08 2, 10.10, 60.10-08

metyljodid 1, 50.10-07 1, 50-07 9, 00.10-08 4, 80.10-08 3, 20.10-08 2, 00.10-08

I-128 elemental iodine, 20.10 4-10 2, 80.10-10 1-1 10, 60.10 00.10-10 7 50.10-11, 6-11, 50

metyljodid 1, 50-10, 1-6, 10 Oct 30.10-11 3, 00.10-11 1-1 11, 90.10, 30.10-11

I-129 elementary iodine 1, 70.10-07 2 00.10-07 1, 60.10-07 1, 70.10-07 1, 30.10-07 9, 60.10-08

metyljodid 1, 30.10-07 1, 50.10-07 1, 20.10-07 1, 30.10-07 9, 90.10-08 7, 40.10-08

I-130 elementary iodine 1, 90.10-08 1, 70.10-08 9, 20.10-09 4, 30.10-09 2, 80.10-09 1, 90.10-09

metyljodid 1, 50.10-08 1, 30.10-08 7, 20.10-09 3, 30.10-09 2, 20.10-09 1, 40.10-09

I-131 elementary iodine 1, 70.10-07 1, 60.10-07 9, 40.10-08 4, 80.10-08 3, 10.10-08 2, 00.10-08

metyljodid 1, 30.10-07 1, 30.10-07 7, 40.10-08 3, 70.10-08 2, 40.10-08 1, 50.10-08

I-132 elemental iodine 2, 80.10-09 2, 30.10-09 1, 30.10-09 6, 40.10-10 4, 30.10-10 3, 10.10-10

metyljodid 2, 00.10-09 1, 80.10-09 9, 50.10-10-4, 10-2, 40.10 90.10 90.10-10, 1-10

I-132m elementary iodine 2, 40.10-09 2, 10.10-09 1, 10.10-09 5, 60.10-10 3, 10-2, 80.10 70.10-10

metyljodid 1, 80.10-09 1, 60.10-09 8, 30.10-10 3, 90.10-10 2 50-10 1, 60.10-10

I-133 elemental iodine 4, 50.10-08 4, 10.10-08 2, 10.10-08 9, 70.10-09 6, 30.10-09 4, 00.10-09

metyljodid 3, 50.10-08 3, 20.10-08 1, 70.10-08 7, 60.10-09 4, 90.10-09 3, 10.10-09

I-134 elemental iodine 8, 70.10-10 6, 90.10 90.10-10 3-10 2-10 Oct 1, 60.10-10 1 50.10-10

metyljodid 5, 10.10-30.10 10 4-10 2-10-1, on October 30th, 10.10-10 7, 40.10-11 5, 00.10-11

I-135 elemental iodine 9, 70.10-09 8, 50.10-09 4, 50-09 2, 10.10-09 1, 40.10-09 9, 20.10-10

metyljodid 7, 50.10-09 6, 70.10-09 3, 50-1, 09-09 60.10 1, 10.10-09 6, 80.10-10

Mercury

Hg-mercury fumes 4 193, 20.10-09 3, 40.10-09 2, 20.10-09 1, 60.10-09 Oct-09 1 1 10.10-09

Hg-mercury fumes 193m 1, 20.10-08 9, 40.10-09 6, 10.10-09 4, 50-09 3, 40.10-09 3, 10.10-09

Hg-mercury vapors 9 194, 40.10-08 8, 30.10-08 6, Oct-08 5, 00.10-08 4, 30.10-08 4, 00.10-08

Hg-mercury fumes 5 195, 30.10-09 4, 30.10-09 2, 80.10-09 2, 10.10-09 1, 60.10-09 1, 40.10-09

Hg-195 m mercury vapors 3, 00.10-08 2, 50.10-08 1, 60.10-08 1, 20.10-08 8, 80.10-09 8, 20.10-09

Hg-mercury fumes 197 1, 60.10-08 1, 30.10-08 8, 40.10-09 6, 30.10-09 4, 70.10-09 4 40.10-09

Hg-mercury fumes 197m 2, 10.10-08 1, 70.10-08 1, 10.10-08 8, 20.10-09 6, Oct-09 5, 80.10-09

Hg-mercury fumes 199m 6, 50-10-5, 10-3, 30.10 40.10-10 2 50-10 1-1 10, 90.10 80.10-10

Hg-mercury vapors 3, 203 00.10-08 2, 30.10-08 1, 50.10-08 1, 00.10-08 7, 70.10-09 7, 00.10-09



Č. 4



Supporting documents to categorize the work and workplaces with open radiator



Table No. 1



The basic requirements for the standard equipment of the workplace with open

the radiator

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Basic equipment requirements of the workplace

workplace ventilation and insulation devices

with open and on the level of implementation of sanitation

the radiator

----------------------------------------------------------------------

I. as a normal chemical laboratory, i.e.. the walls and ceiling

with washable and neporézním the surface, the floor

covered with a durable well cleanable floor

(eg. PVC), the working surfaces of the slightly

clean material (eg. laminate or

stainless steel), complete and seamless, waste from the sink slightly

disinfect, can be directly connected

to the sewerage system.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

II. As a well equipped chemical laboratory, i.e.. In addition to the

requirements in addition to the workplace category I


sealed joints between floor, walls, ceiling and

work surfaces, range hood, drain

usually connected to a separate gripper

tank.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

III. As a very well equipped chemical laboratory, i.e..

In addition to the workplace in addition, category II

podtlakovými equipment cabinets and plumbing

linking it to a separate waste tank.

----------------------------------------------------------------------



Table No. 2



The coefficients of the availability of the job



Equipment job site Category

with open devices seen by and vent the radiator



I. II. III.



Vacuum welded reinforced 10 10 1

Cabinet with gloves or

manipulators



Partially welded reinforced 10 1 0.1

vacuum Cabinet



Closed the elution, or similar 1 1 0.1

System



Radiochemická hood, 1 1 0.1

laminar Cabinet

flow



The free area or the working 0.1 0.1 0.01

the table in the room

descending laminar

flow



Common chemical fume hood 0.1 0.01 0.001



Enclosure without ventilation 0.1 0.01 0.001

(protective shield, tent, etc.)



The free area, a work desk, 0.01 0.001 0.0001



Table 3



Characteristics of materials and working with them, depending on the physical

the characteristics of the processed materials and to the performance and potential

risk carried out work operations

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Characteristics description according to the physical characteristics of

materials processed materials

and work with them and according to the demands and potential risk

carried out work operations

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Normal business operations with dry solid

radioactive materials, for example. Dear,

Division, the heating, the breeding of laboratory animals with

applied to radionuclides.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Wet operation with radioactive materials

in the solution, in addition to the volatile liquids.



Volatile liquids operations with tritiovanými liquids

marked organic liquids, solutions

radioactive iodine, or other

liquids, where the possibility of radioactive

fumes or air contamination.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Potentially working operations with dry solid

dusty radioactive materials where possible

significant quantities of dust, respirabilního

for example, crushing, grinding or milling

substances and přesévání or tossing dry

dusty materials.

----------------------------------------------------------------------



Table 4



The maximum activity in the work place

The maximum activity in one category by default, vybavenéma)

workplace místěb) depending on the characteristics of the materials and work

with open with nimic) and conversion factor hinh to receive vdechnutímd)

the radiator

normal wet potentially volatile liquids

dusty



I. 60 Sv/hinh. 3000 Sv/Sv/hinh hinh 1 3 Sv/hinh

II. 600 Sv/Sv/30000 hinh hinh 150 Sv/Sv/600 hinh hinh

III. 8000 Sv/Sv/30000 hinh hinh 1600 Sv/Sv/8000 hinh hinh



By default, the equipped place to work is a working place equipped

This equipment corresponds to that in table 2 of this annex, the coefficient

the availability of the job straight one.



For natural uranium and thorium, depleted and enriched uranium, radionuclides

SM-147, Th-232, U-235 or U-238 will be used in the table desetinásobky

the listed values. Characteristics of materials and working with them are

explained in table 3 of this annex.



Conversion factors for inhaled intake hinh for workers with resources

listed in the tables in annex 3.



Č. 5



Supporting documents to establish quantities of radiation protection

Table 1 table 2.



Radiation weighting Tissue weighting

factors



The type of radiation and radiation tissue body Tissue

eventually. energy weight weight

factor wR factor wT



photons 1 Gonads 0.20



electrons, muons 1 red bone marrow 0.12



neutrons, less 5 colon 0.12

than 10 keV



neutrons, 10keV 10 Lungs 0.12

up to 100 keV



neutrons, 100 keV 20 Stomach 0.12

up to 2 MeV



2 MeV 10 neutrons, the bladder 0.05

up to 20 MeV



neutrons, more 5 mammary gland 0.05

than 20 MeV



protons more than 5 Liver 0.05

2 MeV,

(excluding reflected) Esophagus 0.05



alpha particles, 20 thyroid 0.05

heavy,



fissile fagmenty Skin 0.01

The surfaces of the bones 0.01

Other institutions and 0.05

tissue *)



*) For the purposes of the calculation are like other organs and tissues (the rest of the

the body) the following selected tissues and organs: adrenals, brain,

the ascending portion of the large intestine, small intestine, kidney, muscles,

the pancreas, spleen, thymus, the uterus. The master list

includes the authorities that can be with a certain probability

lit selectively. Some of them are known, they can be

more sensitive to the appearance of the tumor. If in other tissues

and the authorities subsequently proves the possibility of the risk of cancer, will be

also, with its specific value of wT included into the main

the list may be included in the list of organs and tissues

making up the rest of the body. In those rare cases in which

tissue or a body included in the rest of the body will receive

equivalent dose in excess of the highest dose at any

of the twelve institutions referred to in the main list should be for

such a tissue or organ weighting factor applied to 0.025 and for

the average dose of the rest of the rest of the body, as defined

above, the weighting factor 0.025.



Table No. 3.

+--------------------------------------+--------------------------+

| Quality factor (Q) | |

| linear energy transfer L [keV/mikrom] | the quality of the omega factor (L) |

+--------------------------------------+--------------------------+

| less than 10 | 1 |

+--------------------------------------+--------------------------+

| 10 to 100 | 3. L-2.2 |

+--------------------------------------+--------------------------+

more than 100 | | 300 L-0.5 |

+--------------------------------------+--------------------------+



Č. 6



The conditions for the proper and competent execution of the tests in the field of radiation

the protection of the



General requirements:



In the methodology and protocols must be used in the names of variables and their

units under the applicable standards; as well as the terms used in the

the statistical evaluation of the results of measurement.



Sample methodology



1. identification of the persons applying for authorisation to carry out the tests in the field

radiation protection



2. a person who has developed a methodology



3. type tests



4. The ZIZ, for that is the methodology developed



5. literature, references to standards



6. the list of equipment



7. documentation of the equipment required to perform the test



8. for each test must be shown:



8.1. characteristics of the measured parameter



8.2. apparatus



8.3. measurement procedure and method of obtaining the measurement results (description of the measurements,

scheme of arrangement, the measurement of geometric quantities, units)



8.4. calculation algorithm, interpretation



8.5. the tolerances of the measured parameter accuracy requirements and

the reproducibility of the measurement of the



8.6. reviews



Sample measurement protocol



1. the protocol number



2. identification of the person who owns the authorization to perform the tests, including

the authorisation number and the period of validity of



3. the nature and the subject tests, identification of the methodology for the measurement of



4. who carried out the test



5. date of the test



6. identification of the site at which the test was performed, the location of the

ZIZ



7. the detailed identification of the tested ZIZ (its components, type, manufacturing

number, date of manufacture, date of installation)



8. submitted the required documentation



9. used apparatus (date of last calibration)



10. list of measured parameters



11. each section of text:



11.1 the name of the parameter



11.2. conditions of measurement



11.3 recording the results of measurements (number of measurements, quantities used

and units)



7.1 measurement result, accuracy, reproducibility, tolerance and

variation of tolerance



7.1 evaluation yes/no



12. a summary of the results of the individual tests (test parameter

request, the measured value, the evaluation of the Yes/No)



13. the draft scale trials of long-term stability and operational stability,

If this is about acceptance test



14. date of preparation of the Protocol



15. signature of the person managing the test and of the statutory authority of the holder

the authorization.



Č. 7



The requirements for the testing of long-term stability of closed range

radionuclide emitters



The basic requirements




Tests of long-term stability of radionuclide emitters is closed

done, if it is not in the terms of authorisation for the disposal of this radiator

or in the terms of the decision on the rating unless otherwise provided the approval



-always at the time about the suspected leak,



-always when you convert to another holder,



-periodically, depending on the conditions of use of the closed

radiators, distinguishing



-as mitigated by the terms of use (non-aggressive environment in the inaccessible

space, without the risk of mechanical damage, for example. control

dosimetry of the radiator),



-normal conditions of use (industrial non-aggressive environment, for example.

hub or eliminators, coating thickness gauge in the textile, paper,

the plastics industry),



-difficulty in terms of use (or an increased risk of aggressive environment

mechanical damage, for example. textile)



-particularly difficult conditions of use.



Periodic tests of long-term stability of sealed radioactive

the radiators in the longest time limits performed according to table.



Table No. 1



Frequency tests of long-term stability of sealed radioactive

the radiators

+------------------+-------------------------------------------------+

| T | Terms of use |

| +-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| | | | difficulty routine orders dampened | especially |

| | | | | difficulty |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Surface emitters | 5 years 3 years | 1 | year | 1 year |

|-emitting radiation | | | | |

| Alpha | | | | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Surface emitters | 10 year | 5 year | 2 years | less than 2 |

|-emitting radiation | | | | year |

beta activity | | | | | |

| 40MBq/cm2 higher | | | | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Surface emitters | 15 years | 10 | 3 years years | 3 years |

|-emitting radiation | | | | |

beta activity | | | | | |

| 40MBq/cm2 and less | | | | |

thicker | overlay | | | | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Double-| | 10 years 15 years 3 years | | 3 years |

|-emitting radiators | | | | |

gamma rays | | | | | |

higher activity and | | | | | |

| single hull | | | | |

| zařiče gamma | | | | |

| lower | | | | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Radiators with Ra 226 | 15 years | 10 year | 5 year | 3 years |

| Double | (standards) | (Oncology, | (Oncology, | |

| | |-radiator permanently | common | |

| | in the case of use | |) | |

| | | or | | |

| | | applicator) | | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Neutron emitters | 15 years | 10 year | 5 year | 3 years |

| Double | (physical | | (off road | |

| (RaBe, PuBe, AmBe, application in | | to use free | |

| CF) laboratory) | | next | |

| | | |) | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+

| Seconding emitters | 10 year | 5 year | 2 years | 2 years |

| near-zero energy | (standards) | | | |

| photons | | | | |

+------------------+-----------+--------------+-----------+----------+



Authentication of tightness



Authentication of tightness of sealed radioactive emitters is performed either

direct or indirect measurement methods of surface contamination of the radiator.

The test of the long-term stability of closed radiator for radionuclide

where the period of validity of the certificate has ended or expired

usability, shall be carried out in isolation of the radiators in the periods 12

months, for double-wall within the period of 24 months. If it is not recommended for other

value, the radiator behind the leaking if it is exceeded, the following

the limits of the activity of the test media



-Abrasion tests directly on the radiator and the immersion in liquids

200 Bq,



-for testing abrasion on the replacement test area 20 Bq,



-for the Bq at 200 tests emanation for twelve hours.



If a leak is detected, it must be on the user of the radiator

promptly notified. He must then arrange for the radiator was given outside the

operation and properly secured against abuse. In the case of a significant leak, with

more than stonásobkem the above limit values must be matched

around the radiator or the device, until the test

contamination and decontamination, where appropriate, the professional institutions. Independently of the

numerical test result to the user recommend replacement or repair

the radiator was detected visible signs of damage, which could lead to

radiator leaks in the near term. This is especially true when it comes to

radiator applied to patients under treatment.



The test report



A test report of the long-term stability of the closed of the radiators to

the Protocol shall indicate the following particulars:



-the name and address of the test institutions



-the name and address of the owner of the radiator,



-designation of the přezkoušeného of the radiator according to data deposited on the radiator (e.g..

vyrytím), placing the radionuclide, activity, and the serial number of the radiator or

the device and the serial number of the device into which it is radiator

fitted,



-used equipment,



-the documentation submitted to the test,



-the test procedure, the numerical result and the date of execution of the test,



-a description of the visible damage to the radiator (e.g. cracks, notches, places

corrosion or abrasion)



-the date of preparation of the Protocol,



-the signature of the person managing the test and of the statutory authority of the authorisation holder.



Č. 8



Guideline values for the intervention levels in the event of a radiological emergency



Table No. 1



The level at which it is expected that action will be taken in

any circumstances

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| Body tissue | Absorbed dose, which is assumed or |

| | expected to be received less |

| | than two days [Gy] |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| Whole body | 1a) |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| The lungs | 6 |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| Skin | 3 |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| Thyroid gland | 5 |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| Eye lens | 2 |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

| Gonads in | 1 |

+------------+----------------------------------------------+

and the possibility of immediate damage to the fetus) in the anticipated

doses greater than approximately 0, 1 Gy should be taken into account when

reasoning and the optimization of the current intervention level for

urgent measures.



Table No. 2



Guideline values for the intervention levels for urgent measures

+---------------+---------------------------------------------+

| Measures | Margin benefits |

| +-------------------+-------------------------+

| | the effective doses | equivalent doses |

| | | in the various bodies |

| | | and tissues |

+---------------+-------------------+-------------------------+

| Hide and unrecognizable iodine | | |

| prophylaxis | up to 5 mSv 50 mSv | up to 500 mSv 50 mSv |

+---------------+-------------------+-------------------------+

| Evacuation | | |

| |-population 500 mSv 50 mSv | mSv 500 mSv to 5000 |

+---------------+-------------------+-------------------------+



Table 3



Guideline values for the intervention levels for follow-up

+--------------------------+--------------------------------------------+

| Measures | Margin benefits |

| +-------------------+------------------------+

| | the effective doses | equivalent doses |

| | | in the various bodies |

| | | and tissues |

+--------------------------+-------------------+------------------------+

| Regulation of consumption | | |

radionuclides contaminated | | | |

' | ' food, water and feed | up to 5 mSv 50 mSv | up to 500 mSv 50 mSv |

+--------------------------+-------------------+------------------------+

| The resettlement of the population | up to 500 mSv 50 mSv | does not set |

+--------------------------+-------------------+------------------------+



Table 4



Maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination of foodstuffs for

radiological emergency

+------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------+

| Radionuclide | Maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination |

| Food and) for ' | ' radiological emergency |

| | [Bq/kg] or [Bq/l] |


| +-------------------+---------+-----------+--------------+---------+

| | | milk and | drinking water | food | other |

| | for the initial | milk | and liquid | referred to in | food |

| | and advanced | products | food | table # 6 | |

| | ^ 1) baby food | | | | |

+------------------+-------------------+---------+-----------+--------------+---------+

| Isotopes of strontium, | | | | | |

in particular, the Sr-90 | | 75 | 125 | 125 | 7500 | 750 |

+------------------+-------------------+---------+-----------+--------------+---------+

| Isotopes of iodine, | | | | | |

in particular, the I-131 | | 50 | 500 | 500 | 20000 | 2000 |

+------------------+-------------------+---------+-----------+--------------+---------+

| Isotopes of plutonium | | | | | |

|, and transuranic | | | | | |

|-emitting elements | | | | | |

| Alpha, | | | | | |

in particular, Pu-239, | | | | | | |

the Am-241 | and | 1 | 20 | 20 | 800 | 80 |

+------------------+-------------------+---------+-----------+--------------+---------+

| All other | | | | | |

| nuclides | | | | | |

| half-life | | | | | |

the longer conversion | | | | | | |

than 10 days, | | | | | | |

in particular, the Cs-134 | | | | | | |

|-137 and Cs, in addition to | | | | | |

| H-3, C-14, K-40 | 400 | 1000 | 100 | 12500 | 1250 |

+------------------+-------------------+---------+-----------+--------------+---------+

the maximum permitted level) radioactive contamination of food with the

in view of the concentrated or dried food on the resulting

the product that is intended for direct human consumption (e.g. after

dilution).



Table No. 5



Maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination of foodstuffs for

lingering radiation after the Chernobyl accident

+----------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

| Radionuclide | Maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination |

| | food) |

| | for persistent radiation after the Chernobyl accident |

| | [Bq/kg] or [Bq/l] |

| +-------------------+---------+----------+------------+---------+

| | food | milk and drinking water | | | other |

| | for the initial | dairy | and liquid | referred to in | food |

| | and advanced | | | # 6 | table |

| | baby food | | | | |

+----------------+-------------------+---------+----------+------------+---------+

| The total of the units of measure | | | | | |

| activities | | | | | |

| CS-134 and Cs-137 | 370 | 370 | 600 | 6000 | 600 |

+----------------+-------------------+---------+----------+------------+---------+



the maximum permitted level) radioactive contamination of food with the

in view of the concentrated or dried food on the resulting

the product that is intended for direct human consumption (i.e., for example, after

dilution).



Table 6



Food, subject to the maximum permitted levels of radioactive

contamination of foodstuffs referred to in 5. column of the tables no. 4 and no. 5

--------------------------------------------------------------------

Code (CN)

According to the

Customs

tariff product name

--------------------------------------------------------------------

0703200000 Garlic fresh, chilled

0709520000 Truffles, fresh, chilled

0709904000 Capers, fresh, chilled

0711300000 Capers provisionally preserved, unfit for consumption

0712300000 mushrooms, truffles dried pieces, sliced, powder

0714101000 the roots of the cassava-rollers, balls etc. of flour, semolina

0714109100 manioc Roots. for human výž. to

28 kg, Sun: rollers, balls, etc. of flour, krupic

0714109900 the roots of the cassava ost.: not for human výž. to 28 kg, the rollers and

under the. of flour, semolina

0714201000 fresh sweet potatoes for human consumption

0714209000 sweet potatoes the other, not: fresh for human nutrition

0714901100 roots of arrowroot, Salep, etc. up to 28 kg for human

the nutrition of fresh, frozen

0714901900 roots of arrowroot, Salep

etc. OST.: fresh, not frozen for human výž. to 28 kg

0714909000 Roots, tubers edible the others

fresh, chilled, frozen, dried, not: see Pricelist

0814000000 peel of citrus fruit, melons, fresh,

frozen, canned, dried, marinated

0903000000 Mate

0904110000 Pepper neither crushed nor ground

0904120000 pepper (Piper), powdered dried crushed

0904201000 Sweet Pepper dried nedrcená

0904203000 other dried red pepper nedrcená, no: sweet

0904209000 Pepper (Capsicum, Pimenta) dried crushed powder

0905000000 Vanilla

0906100000 cinnamon, cinnamon-tree flowers neither crushed, not powdered:

0906200000 cinnamon, cinnamon-tree flowers crushed, pulverized

0907000000 Cloves-fruit, flowers, stems

0908100000 nuts, nutmeg

0908200000 nutmeg Flower

0908300000 Mace, cardamoms

0909100000 seeds of anise or badian

0909200000 seeds of coriander

0909300000 seeds of cumin

0909400000 seeds of caraway

0909500000 fennel seeds, juniper berries

0910100000 Ginger

Neither crushed nor ground 0910201000 Saffron, Sun: in powder

0910209000 Saffron, crushed in a powder

0910300000 Turmeric

thyme-thymus 0910401100 neither crushed nor ground, Sun: in powder

the other, neither crushed nor ground 0910401300 Thyme not: in powder, thyme

0910401900 Thyme crushed, pulverized

0910409000 Bay leaves

0910500000 Curry

0910911000 spice mixture (see Note 1b) neither crushed, not powdered:

0910919000 spice mixture (see Note 1b) ground, powdered

0910991000 fenugreek seeds

0910999100 Spices other neither crushed nor ground, not: see Pricelist

0910999900 Spices other ground, powdered, not: see Pricelist

1106201000 flour, meal, powder, denatured of sago, roots and

tubers # 0714

1106209000 flour, meal, powder the other of sago, roots and tubers

No, no: 0714, denatured

1108140000 manioc (cassava) Starch

1210100000 hop Cones, fresh dried nerozdrcené

1210201000 hop Cones with higher lupulin content

crushed, powder, balls, rollers

1210209000 Cones hop other fresh, dried

crushed, not: a higher content of lupulin

1211100000 liquorice roots fresh, dried and crushed, cut, powder

1211200000 ginseng roots (ginseng) fresh, dried and

crushed, cut, powder

1211903000 the seeds of fresh, dried and Tonks crushed powder

1211907000 Marjoram, oregano (branches, stems, leaves)

fresh, dry. I diced, sliced, powder

1211907500 Šalvej (flowers, leaves) fresh, dried and

diced, sliced, powder

1211909911 poppy Straw (the same)

1211909912 Coca Leaves

1211909919 Hemp

1211909990 other parts of the plant for a pharmacist, perfumery

etc. purposes, not: see Pricelist

1301100000 Shellac natural

1301200000 Gum Arabic natural

1301901000 Chios [Pistacia lentiscus tree resin]

1301909000 Ost. AII. resin, klejopryskyř., balms, rubber,

oil, Sun: shellac, arab. gum mastic

1302110000 Opium and modified

1302120000 Juice, extracts of liquorice and modified

1302130000 Juice, extracts of hops and modified

1302140000 Juice, extracts of pyrethrum, rotenone-containing roots and

modified

1302190500 extracts of vanilla i adjusted

1302193000 mixtures of vegetable extracts to prepare drinks, products

the food i prepared

1302199100 Juice, extracts of herbal medicinal as well as modified

1302199811 Concentrate of poppy straw and capsules

1302199812 Resin of cannabis

1302199890 Juice, extracts of the plant, not the rest: see Pricelist

1302201000 pectic Substances, pectinates, dry and pectates

modified

1302209000 pectic Substances, pectinates and pectates, the other

a modified, not: dry

1302310000 agar-agar and the customized

1302321000 Mucilages, thickening agents from locust beans, i adjusted

1302329000 Mucilages, thickener from the seeds of guar and prepared

1302390000 Mucilages, thickening agents from plants. I adjusted, but:

svatoj. bread, seeds guarovýc

1504101000 Oil, fish liver fraction Chem. neuprav., vitamin A

Max. 2500 .... Simp. /g

1504109100 Oils, fractions of liver platýše Chem. neuprav., no: vitamin A

over 2500 international. Simp. /g

1504109900 Oils, fractions, of fish. liver ost. neupr., no: platýš, vitamin A

over 2500 international. u/g

1504201000 fats and oils-solid fractions of fish oils

Chem. untreated, not: from the liver

1504209000 fats, oils, fractions of other chemical raw fish, not:

liver solid fractions

1504301000 a fixed fraction of fats and oils of marine mammals

1504309000 fats, oils, fractions, of marine mammals, not other: fixed

fraction

1604301000 caviar (sturgeon ROE)

1604309000 caviar substitutes

1801000000 cocoa beans and in fractions of raw, roasted

1802000000 cocoa shells, husks, skins, other wastes

1803100000 cocoa paste not defatted

1803200000 cocoa paste or not defatted wholly, in part,

2003200000 Truffles preserved, not: in vinegar, acetic acid

2006001000 ginger, preserved by sugar


2006003100 Cherries preserved by sugar, the sugar content of 13%

2006003500 tropical nuts and tropical fruit preserved by sugar,

the sugar content of 13%

2006003800 vegetables, fruits, nuts, ost. canned. the sugar content of the sugar

over 13%, no: see Pricelist

2006009100 tropical nuts and tropical fruit preserved by sugar,

the sugar content of up to 13%

2006009900 vegetables, fruits, nuts, ost. canned. sugar, sugar

13% no: trop trop. fruits, nuts

2102101000 Yeast cultured egg

2102103100 Yeast bread, dried

2102103900 Yeast bread, others not: dried

2102109000 active Yeast other, no: yeast hatching

cultured, yeast bread

2102201100 inactive Yeast-tablets, dice, etc., packages of up to 1 kg

for immediate consumption

2102201900 Yeast inactive, the others not: Pack of dice, etc. up to 1 kg

for immediate consumption

2102209000 single-celled micro-organisms inactive

others do not: both active and inactive yeast

2102300000 baking powders finished

2936100000 Provitamins unmixed

vitamins and 2936210000, derivatives, unmixed

2936220000 Vitamin B1, derivatives, unmixed

2936230000 Vitamin B2 derivatives, unmixed

D-2936240000, DL-Pantothenic acid (vitamin

B3, B5), derivatives, unmixed

2936250000 Vitamin B6, derivatives, unmixed

2936260000 Vitamin B12, derivatives, unmixed

2936270000 Vitamin C derivatives, unmixed

2936280000 Vitamin E derivatives, unmixed

2936291000 Vitamin B9, derivatives, unmixed

2936293000 Vitamin H, derivatives, unmixed

2936299010 Aminopterin

2936299090 Vitamins, derváty other, not unmixed: see

tariff

2936901100 Concentrates the natural vitamins A + D

2936901900 natural Concentrates of vitamins others not: A + D

2936909000 Mixtures of vitamins and in the solution

bergamot essential oil 3301111000 nedeterpenovaná

bergamot essential oil 3301119000 deterpenovaná

3301121000 Oil Orange nedeterpenovaná

3301129000 Oil Orange deterpenovaná

3301131000 essential oil lemon nedeterpenovaná

3301139000 essential oil lemon deterpenovaná

3301141000 Oil limettová nedeterpenovaná

3301149000 Oil limettová deterpenovaná

3301191000 essential oils of citrus fruit other

nedeterpenovaná, no: see Pricelist

3301199000 essential oils of citrus fruit other

deterpenovaná, no: see Pricelist

3301211000 Oil geraniová nedeterpenovaná

3301219000 Oil geraniová deterpenovaná

Jasmine essential oil 3301221000 nedeterpenovaná

Jasmine essential oil 3301229000 deterpenovaná

Lavender essential oil, 3301231000 levandinová nedeterpenovaná

Lavender essential oil, 3301239000 levandinová deterpenovaná

3301241000 essential oil of peppermint (Mentha piperita) nedeterpenovaná

3301249000 essential oil of peppermint (Mentha piperita) deterpenovaná

3301251000 other nedeterpenovaná of mint essential oil, not: of peppermint

3301259000 other deterpenovaná of mint essential oil, not: of peppermint

3301261000 Oil vetiverová nedeterpenovaná

3301269000 Oil vetiverová deterpenovaná

3301291100 essential oil clove, niaouliová, ylan-ylangová

nedeterpenovaná

3301293100 essential oil clove, niaouliová, ylan-ylangová

deterpenovaná

3301296100 other nedeterpenovaná essential oil, not: see Pricelist

3301299100 other deterpenovaná essential oil, not: see Pricelist

3301300000 Resin

3301901000 Products side terpenic arising in the

deterpenaci essential oils

3301902100 Extracted oil resin of liquorice and hops

3301903000 Resin incense extracted the other, no: licorice extract and

hops

3301909000 concentrates, aqueous solutions of essential oils, aromatic spirits

etc. -see schedule

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Č. 9



Diagnostic reference levels



Table No. 1



Diagnostic reference levels for skiagrafická examination



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Examination of the Input Projection surface to the kerma)

(relative to 1 frame)

[gallbladder]

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lumbar spine-AP projection of the anterior-posterior 10

Lateral projection LAT-30

LSJ-projection

on the lumbosacral transition 40

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Belly, front-rear projection intravenosní AP-10

pyelography and

cholecystografie

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pan AP-10 front-rear projection

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hip joint AP-10 front-rear projection

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Chest PA-projection bear 0.4

LAT-1.5 projection side

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

AP thoracic spine-anterior-posterior projection 7

20 LAT-side projection

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The skull of the PA-projection bear 5

LAT-the projection side 3

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intraoral teeth image 5

radioviziografie 1

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



*) In the air Kerma at the point of entry into the patient volume is

by offsetting backscatter. The value is there, where it is used

amplifying the foil, apply to the combination film-potentiating foil

with a relative intensification of 200. For combination with a higher amplification

(400 or 600), the value should be reduced 2 times.

3-times.



Table No. 2



Diagnostic reference levels for the examination of computer tomography

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Examination of the Weighted index computed tomography kermový Cwa)

(per the tomographic examination)

[gallbladder]

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Title 60

----------------------------------------------------------------------

The lumbar spine 35

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Stomach 35

----------------------------------------------------------------------



a) Cw = 1/3 of the C100, c + 2/3C100, p, where



C100, c is CTDI100 according to harmonised technical standards ^ 31) as set out in

the center of the head or the body of the standard phantom with a height of approx. 15 cm

and a diameter of 16 cm (head), and 32 cm (lumbar spine and abdomen), but when you

use variables instead of variable dose, kerma and C100, p is CTDI100 according to the

harmonised technical standards ^ 31) determined as the average of the four

subsurface dose measurements around the periphery of the same Phantom, but when using

kerma dose instead of the variable variable. For spiral CT examination

the values should be reduced by multiplying it by the coefficient 1/p, where p = CT

pitch factor according to harmonised technical standards ^ 31) (the ratio of feed

table of the patient on one turn and N-times the thickness of the slice, where N is the

the number of tomographic sections created by the one-turn penalty of a radiation source).



Table 3



Diagnostic reference levels for mammograms

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The thickness of the PMMA medium dose Equivalent thickness of the breast in milk žlázeb)

[cm] [cm] kranio-caudal projection

[gallbladder]

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.0 3.2 1.3

4.0 4.5 2.0

4.5 5.3 2.5

5.0 6.0 3.3

6.0 7.5 5.0

7.0 9.0 7.3

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



(b)) provided in the Phantom of the breast when you use film and foil the standard



Table 4



Diagnostic reference levels for skiaskopická examination

--------------------------------------------------

Work mode Input kermový input (c))

[mGy/min]

--------------------------------------------------

The normal 25

--------------------------------------------------

High performance d) 100

--------------------------------------------------



(c)) Kermový power in the air at the point of entry into the patient volume is

by offsetting backscatter.



(d) the x-ray fluoroscopic apparatus), that have an optional working

"high performance" mode.



Table No. 5



The diagnostic reference level for digitally processed image for the DSA

System

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

For examination in the abdominal area e) projection of the input surface kerma To f)

(related to 1snímek)

[gallbladder]

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

digitally processed image AP-1 front-rear projection

for the abdominal area

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



e) exposure machine for examination of Preference in the abdominal area;


measured on a water phantom with a thickness of 20 cm, the biggest size field (without

Zoom), 3 frames per second. In the case of manual setting when the voltage

70 kV, the largest field size (no zoom), 3 frames per second.



(f)) in the air with the addition of backscatter in the patient's body.



Table 6



Diagnostic reference levels for radiodiagnostic examinations, with

indicator area kermy

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Examination of the product of the Projection and surface PKA kermy

[URGy.cm2]

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Chest PA/LAT-projection bear 1

and the side

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pan AP-projection of the anterior-posterior 5

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

AP-the projection of the anterior-posterior belly 8

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lumbar spine-AP projection of the anterior-posterior 10

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pyelography 40

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Stomach 25

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Irigiskopie 60

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Table 7



Diagnostic reference levels for examinations in nuclear medicine

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Authority system, type of examination, Radionuclide substance Group Activity

illness chemickáforma applied

When one

examination

[MBq]

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

bone scintigraphy Tc-99 m phosphate, fosfonáty 800

(whole-body, three-phase, SPECT)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

bone marrow scintigraphy Tc-99 m nanokoloidy 550

(whole body, SPECT)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

brain scintigraphy of Tc-99 m TcO4 dynamic, DTPA 600

----------------------------------------------------------------------

static-99 m TcO4, Tc, DTPA 600

Planar

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m TcO4-SPECT, DTPA, HMPAO, ECD 800

----------------------------------------------------------------------

I-123 Ioflupan receptors, IBZM 200

----------------------------------------------------------------------

the accumulation of F-18 FDG glucose 400

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

In-111 DTPA cisternografie 40

----------------------------------------------------

Yb-169 EDTA 40

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

thyroid accumulation test I-131 sodium iodide 0.5

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m Planar bone scintigraphy TcO4 200

----------------------------------------------------

TC-99 m MIBI, DMSA (in) 400

----------------------------------------------------

I-123 sodium iodide 20

----------------------------------------------------

I-131 sodium iodide 7 *)

----------------------------------------------------

TL-201 chloride 80

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m MIBI full body, DMSA (V) 800

při karcinomu ----------------------------------------------------

the thyroid sodium iodide I-131 185

----------------------------------------------------

TL-201 chloride 100

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

příštítná scintigraphy 99 m TcO4 Planar Tc-200

tělíska ----------------------------------------------------

TC-99 m MIBI 800

----------------------------------------------------

TL-201 chloride 80

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lung scintigraphy of Tc-99 m Planar aerosol technegas 1000 **)

ventilační ----------------------------------------------------

KR-ft-gas 6000 ***)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Planar bone scintigraphy Tc-99 m MAA, Microsphere 200

perfuzní ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m SPECT MAA, Microsphere 3000

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

heart perfusion SPECT Tc-99 m MIBI, tetrofosmin 900 ***)

1400 * *** *)

myokardu ----------------------------------------------------------------------

SPECT Tl-201 chloride 110

----------------------------------------------------------------------

SPECT (reinjekce) Tl-201 chloride 40

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

metabol. display F-18 FDG PET 500

(viabilita)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

radionuclide ventriculography Tc-99 m red blood cells 800

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

scintigraphy of the first Tc-99 m TcO4 flow, Tc-99 m DTPA 900

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

adrenergic invervace I-123 MIBG 400

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

lymphatic lymfografie Tc-99 m of radionuclides nanokoloid 150

systém ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

detection of sentinel. Tc-99 m lymph nanokoloid 150

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

blood vessels of the radionuclide venografie Tc-99 m MAA 200

(jedna končetina) ----------------------------------------------------

TC-99 m DTPA 300

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

radionuclide angiography of Tc-99 m TcO4, erythrocytes, 800

DTPA, HSA

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

scintigrafická detection of thrombus formation of Tc-99 m thrombocytes 500

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

blood blood volume and Tc-99 m HSA components 80

----------------------------------------------------

I-131 HSA 6

----------------------------------------------------

CR-51 erythrocytes 6

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

survival and localization of Cr-51 destruction of erythrocytes, platelets, 6

blood----------------------------------------------------

In-111 platelets 10

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ferokinetika Fe-59 Fe (III) citrate 3

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

the spleen of Planar bone scintigraphy Tc-99 m red blood cells very 100

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m SPECT very red blood cells 200

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hepatobiliary scintigraphy of Tc-99 m Planar colloids of 150

systém ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m SPECT colloids of 300


----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m IDA dynamic derivatives 250

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Salivary gland scintigraphy gastrointesti-Tc-99 m TcO4 100

nální trakt ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Esophageal motility of the Tc-99 m colloids of 70

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

gastro-oesophageal reflux Tc-99 m colloids of 50

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

the evacuation of the stomach of the Tc-99 m in colloids 60

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

scintigraphy div. 99 m TcO4 Meckeli Tc-500

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

scintigraphy of bleeding in the Tc-99 m red blood cells GIT 700

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

determination of losses of blood red cells, Cr-51 4

a bílkovin v GIT ----------------------------------------------------

I-125 HSA 6

----------------------------------------------------

I-131 HSA 6

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Schillingův test Co-57 monocyanocobalamin 1

----------------------------------------------------

Co-58 monocyanocobalamin 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Kidney renografie simple I-131 hippuran 1

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Planar bone scintigraphy Tc-99 m DMSA (III) 150 gluconate

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m DMSA SPECT (III) gluconate 250

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m DTPA dynamic, MAG3, EC 250

----------------------------------------------------------------------

with a rating of Tc-99 m DTPA, MAG3, EC 500

perfusion

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

determination of GFR EPPL, 99 m Tc-MAG3, DTPA 20

----------------------------------------------------

I-131 hippuran 0.5

----------------------------------------------------

CR-51 EDTA 3

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

bladder radionuclide Tc 99 m DTPA direct, TcO4-50

cystografie ----------------------------------------------------------------------

indirect 99 m Tc-MAG3 200

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

testes, scrotum Tc-99 m TcO4 scintigraphy 600

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

tumors of the Tc 99 m-MIBI scintigraphy, depreotid, 800

(planar, SPECT) antibody

----------------------------------------------------

In-111, 190

pentetreotid

----------------------------------------------------

GA-67 citrate 300

----------------------------------------------------

TL-201 chloride 100

----------------------------------------------------

I-123 MIBG 400

----------------------------------------------------

F-18 FDG 750

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

scintimamografie Tc-99 m MIBI, tetrofosmin, 800

(planar, SPECT) fosfonáty

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tc-99 m scintigraphy in inflammation, leukocytes, HIG 600

(planární, SPECT) ----------------------------------------------------

TC-99 m antibodies 800

----------------------------------------------------

In-111 leukocytes 30

----------------------------------------------------

GA-67 citrate 150

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



*) just before the I-131 therapy

**) activity in the nebuliser; It is believed that less than 1/10

with deposits-in the lungs

for a single application)

for a single application) activity in the framework of the two-day protocol

activity summary for day) Protocol



Č. 10



Supporting documents to limit exposure of natural radionuclides



Table No. 1



Building materials and activity concentration limits, in the

the building material is not put into circulation

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The building material of the mass activity of Ra-226

[Bq/kg]



use for buildings used exclusively

with living quarters, or for buildings other

pobytovými rooms than with residential or

pobytovými rooms

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bricks and other construction products, in baked clay 150 500



Construction products made of concrete, plaster and cement

and lime



Building products from aerated concrete and škvárobetonu

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Building stone 300 1000



Construction products made of natural and artificial

Stone artificial aggregate



Ceramic tiles and pavers



Sand, gravel, aggregates and clays



Fly ash, bottom ash, slag, gypsum arising

in industrial processes, tailings and sludge

for construction purposes, the construction products from them

not elsewhere specified



Materials from the dumps, dumps and tailings dams

for construction purposes in addition to radiation activities



Cement, lime, gypsum

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Table No. 2



Guideline values for the content of natural radionuclides in building materials

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Building materials Index activity concentration and

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Building materials for the construction of walls, ceilings, 0.5

and floors in buildings with residential or pobytovými

rooms in particular wall elements, prefabricated

products, blocks, bricks, concrete, plasterboard

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Other construction materials intended for use 1

in buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Construction materials intended for use other than 2

in buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms,

all the building materials intended exclusively

for use as a raw material for the production of building

materials

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Table 3



The scope of the analyses of the content of natural radionuclides in building materials

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Building material Scope of analysis

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Building materials for the construction of walls, ceilings, once a year

and floors in buildings with residential or pobytovými

rooms (in particular wall elements, prefabricated

products, blocks, bricks, concrete, plasterboard)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Other construction materials intended to be used once every two years

in buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Construction materials intended for use other than once every five years

in buildings with residential or pobytovými rooms

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Table 4



Guideline values for the volume of activities in the shipped water

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A pointer to the contents of the radionuclide activity concentration Target value




bottled drinking water bottled

infant to public natural

water supply, mineral

bottled spring water

water and bottled

drinking water

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

volume activity of radon 222 20 Bq/l 50 Bq/l 100 Bq/l

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

the total volume of Alpha activity Bq/l 0.1 0.2 0.5 Bq/l Bq/l

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

volumetric tritium activity 100 Bq/l

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

total indicative dose *) 0.1 mSv/year

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

total activity beta volume 0.1 Bq/l Bq/l 1.0 0.5 Bq/l

after deduction of the contribution of potassium 40

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



*) total indicative dose is the effective dose of annual time

intake of all radionuclides present in the water, with the exception of tritium,

potassium 40, radon 222 and its progeny products; the value of the

total indicative dose are considered to be nepřekročenou, if

the total volume of Alpha activity and the total volume at the same time

beta activity do not exceed guideline values.



Table No. 5



Limit values for the volume of activities, beyond which must not be water

supply



The limit values in the table above do not reflect the chemical toxicity of uranium,

assessed separately.

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Radionuclide activity concentration limit values [Bq/l]



bottled drinking water bottled natural

infant for public mineral water *)

water supply *)

bottled spring water

water, bottled

drinking water *)

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Pb-210 1.4 0.7 0.2

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After 0.8 0.4 0.1-210

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RN-222 100 300 600

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RA-224 0.7 6 12

RA-226 0.4 1.5 3

RA-228 0.5 0.1 1

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Th-228 0.5 6 12

Th-230 0.4 3 6

Th-232 0.4 3 6

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U-234 5 12 24

U-238 5 12 24

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*) Decree No 275/2004 Coll., on the requirements on quality and health

the safety of bottled water and how to edit them.



Table 6



The scope of the analyses of the content of natural radionuclides in the shipped water

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The type of supplied drinking water Bottled water bottled water

for public infant other than

the supply of water baby

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Basic analysis of volumetric activity of Rn-222, if it is the water

from an underground source



the total volume of Alpha activity *)



total activity beta density * *)

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Additional analysis the analysis of representation of individual natural

radionuclides in water, in which it was found

exceeding the guide values according to the following

procedure



the contents of uranium, if the total volume activity

Alpha exceeds the reference value



the volumetric activity of Ra-226, if the total

solid Alpha activity after deducting the contributions

uranium will exceed the reference value



the volumetric activity of Ra-228, if solid

the activity of Ra-226 exceeds the reference value

total Alpha activity



the determination of the other no. 5 in the table referred to

radionuclides emitting alpha radiation, if

the total volume of Alpha activity after deducting

the contribution of Ra-226 and uranium will exceed the target

the value of the



potassium content, if the total volume

beta activity exceed the reference value



the determination of the other no. 5 in the table referred to

radionuclides emitting beta radiation, if

the total volume activity beta after deducting

contribution to-40 exceeds the reference value

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the frequency of monitoring once a year once a year once a year

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*) DIN 75 7611 water quality. Determination of radionuclides. Total

solid Alpha activity.

**) DIN 75 7612 water quality. Determination of radionuclides. Total

the volumetric activity of beta.



Č. 11



Determination of radon index land



Volume activity of radon in soil air shall be determined from the measurement file

in the following way:



-sampling of soil air is carried out from the depth of 0.8 m,



-the minimum file is 15 samples taken from various places of the land in

the future built-up area and its vicinity,



-in the assessment area is larger than 800 m2 are subscriptions implemented in

the basic network of 10 x 10 m in the future built-up area and in the immediate vicinity,



-the resulting volume activity of radon in soil air for



-the reference parcel is calculated as the third quartile of the file of the measurement

values to the exclusion of values smaller than 1.0 kBq/m3.



Determination of the permeability of the subsoils are performed on the basis of the results

a survey of the land (documentation of the vertical profile, the proportion of fines

in soils, distributed over rocks, direct measurement of the plynopropustnosti).

For the determination of radon index evaluates identified throughput

(low, medium, high) in the vertical profile to the depth of the Foundation

the joints of the future of the object taking into account the variability of permeability values on

the analysis of the land.



Plot of land with low radon index is such a piece of land where the detailed

survey found that solid activity of radon in soil air is

less than 10 kBq/m3 for highly permeable, 20 kBq/m3 for medium

permeable and 30 kBq/m3 for low permeable subsoils.



Č. 12



Registration card radiation generator



Data on the holder of the authorisation



Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registration number according to § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997.



-Registered address of the authorisation holder, telephone, fax, e-mail



-Name and surname of the person supervising



Information on the owner of the



-Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registered address, phone, fax, e-mail



Data on radiation generator



-Classification of sources of ionizing radiation



-Area of application (industry, medicine, veterinary medicine, education,

research, army, other)



-The type of generator of radiation (such as x-rays, Accelerator)



-Technical adjustment of the radiation generator



-Fixation of the radiation generator (stationary, mobile, portable)



-The name of the type of radiation generator



-The data on the rating of approval (Yes/No, document type, or his number)



-Radiation generator Manufacturer



-The date of manufacture and the serial number



-Date of acceptance tests and log number



-The date of entry into service



-Status



-The name and address of the workplace where the resource is located



-Identification of the part of the radiation generator



-The method of disposal (e.g. disposal, passing)



-The date of liquidation



For more details



-An indication of who the radiation generator passed (name, address, identification number or SSN)



-The expiration date of these data



Registration card contained a radioactive emitters



Data on the holder of the authorisation



-Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registration number according to § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997.



-Registered address of the authorisation holder, telephone, fax, e-mail



-Name and surname of the person supervising



Information on the owner of the



-Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registered address, phone, fax, e-mail



Basic information about the closed radionuklidovém radiator



-Area of application (industry, medicine, veterinary medicine, education,

research, army, other)



-The data on the rating of approval (Yes/No, document type, or his number)



-Manufacturer of the closed-end of the radiator



-The name and address of the workplace, where it is closed means a radioactive heater

located



-Technical adjustment contained radioactive emitters



The specifics of the closed radionuklidovém radiator



-Catalogue the type code



-Serial number



-The certificate number and date of the radiator of a closed his

release



-The date of receipt of the radiator



-Status



-Specification of the radionuclide and its activity on the specified date



-Kermová spreading rate (in the case of neutron neutron sources) to the specified

the date,



-Durability of the contained radioactive emitters (ISO)




-The recommended duration of use



-The method of disposal



-The date of a transfer or other disposal



For more details



-An indication of who closed a radiopharmaceutical radiator passed (name, address,

COMPANY ID NUMBER or SSN)



-The expiration date of these data



Registration card closed radionuclide radiator



Data on the holder of the authorisation



-Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registration number according to § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997.



-Registered address of the authorisation holder, telephone, fax, e-mail



-Name and surname of the person supervising



Information on the owner of the



-Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registered address, phone, fax, e-mail



The device details



-Classification of sources of ionizing radiation



-Area of application (industry, medicine, veterinary medicine, education,

research, army, other)



-Technical adjustment device



-Fixation device (stationary, mobile, portable)



-The name of the device type



-The data on the rating of approval (Yes/No, document type, or his number)



-The manufacturer of the device



-Date of manufacture



-Serial number



-The total number of closed radionuclide emitters



-Date of acceptance tests and log number



-The date of entry into service



-Status



-The name and address of the site where the device is installed



-The method of disposal



-The date of disposal, transfer or other disposal



-Information on all the radiators in the radionuclide

the range of specific data on the registration tab closed

of the radiator.



For more details



-An indication to whom the device was passed (name, address, identification number or SSN)



-The expiration date of these data



Č. 13



Information notified in accordance with § 80 para. 5



Data on the holder of the authorisation



-Business name



-Identification number or social security number for individuals (if they are

assigned)



-Registration number according to § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997.



-Registered address of the authorisation holder, telephone, fax, e-mail



Data on radiation generators



-The name of the type of radiation generator



-The data on the rating of approval (Yes/No, document type, or his number)



-An indication of who the radiation generator passed (name, address, identification number or SSN

or registration number in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997 Coll.)



-Date of transmission



The data on the device with the enclosed radionuklidovými radiator passed without

the radiators



-The name of the device type



-The data on the rating of approval (Yes/No, document type, or his number)



-An indication to whom the device was passed (name, address, identification number or SSN, or

registration number in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997 Coll.)



-Date of transmission



The data on the device with the enclosed radionuklidovými radiator, which is

closed means a radioactive heater an integral part of



-The name of the device type



-The data on the rating of approval (Yes/No, document type, or his number)



-Specification of the radionuclide



-The certificate number and date of the radiator of a closed his

release



-The activity of the radionuclide on the specified date



-An indication to whom the device was passed (name, address, identification number or SSN, or

registration number in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). and) Act No. 18/1997 Coll.)



-Date of transmission



Details of the closed radionuclide radiators to be transmitted separately



-Specification of the radionuclide



-The certificate number and date of the radiator of a closed his

release



-The activity of the radionuclide on the specified date



-An indication to whom have been closed radionuclide emitters transmitted to (name, address,

COMPANY ID NUMBER or SSN or registration number in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). a) of law No.

18/1997.)



-Date of transmission



-Information on the unsealed radiators



-Specification of the radionuclide



-The activity of the radionuclide on the specified date



-An indication to whom have been unsealed emitters transmitted to (name, address,

COMPANY ID NUMBER or SSN or registration number in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). a) of law No.

18/1997.)



-Date of transmission



Č. 14



High-activity of the radiator



Table No. 1



Level of activity for defining high-activity of the radiator. For radionuclides, which

are not listed in the table, but which are listed in table 1 of the annex

No. 1 of this Decree, the relevant activity level corresponds to the bounding

high-activity radiator one hundredth of the value of the A1 in table 1 of annex

# 3 of Decree No 317/2002 Sb.

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Element (atomic number) Radionuclide activity level defining the

high-activity radiator [Bq]

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Iron (26) Fe-55 4 x 1011

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Cobalt (27) Co-60 4 x 109

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Selenium (34)-75 3 x 1010

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Krypton (36), Kr-85 1 x 1011

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Strontium (38) Sr-90a) 3 x 109

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Palladium (46) Pd-103a) 4 x 1011

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Iodine (53) I-125 2 x 1011

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Caesium (55) Cs-137a) 2 x 1010

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Prometheum (61) Pm-147 4 x 1011

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Gadolinium (64) Gd-153 1 x 1011

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Thulium (69) Tm-170 3 x 1010

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Iridium (77) Ir-192 1 x 1010

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Thallium (81) Tl-204 1 x 1011

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Radium (88) Ra-226b) 2 x 109

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Plutonium (94) Pu-238a) 1 x 1011

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Americium (95) Am-241b) 1 x 1011

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Californium (98) Cf-252 5 x 108

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and activity level) includes contributions to subsidiaries of

a half-life of less than 10 days.

(b)) Includes neutron sources with beryllium.



Annex 15



The conditions for the proper execution of the services and the professional of

radiation protection



General requirements:



In the methodology and protocols shall apply the names of quantities and their units

According to the current standards, as well as terms used in statistics

evaluation of the measuring results.



Master the essentials of the methodology



1. identification of the persons applying for an authorisation to carry out activities (for

natural person, the name, surname and permanent residence or place of business,

legal entity name or trade name and the registered)



2. identification of the person who developed the methodology (for natural persons

name, surname and permanent residence or place of business, for legal entities

the name or trade name and the registered)



3. the type of measurement that is the methodology developed



4. references to the literature, standards and recommendations



5. for each type of measurement:



5.1. characteristics of the measured variable



5.2. apparatus and equipment



5.3. measurement procedure and method of obtaining the results (description of the measurement diagram

measurement of in situ, used quantities, units)



5.4. calculation algorithm, interpretation



5.5. measurement and measurement accuracy



5.6. the evaluation of the results, compared with the indicative limit values, respectively.



The elements of the sample measurement protocol



1. the protocol number



2. identification of the authorisation holder to perform the activities (for natural persons

name, surname and permanent residence or place of business, for legal entities

the name or trade name and the registered office), including the authorisation number and the time

its validity period



3. the nature and subject of the measurement, the measurement methodology for specification



4. identification of physical persons, which carried out the measurements (first name, surname and

permanent residence or place of business)



5. date of the measurement



6. the identification of the principal measurement (for natural persons name, surname and

permanent residence or place of business in the legal entity name or

business name and registered office)



7. specifications of the place and conditions of measurement



8. Description of sample, time and place of collection



9. the detailed identification of the sample measurement



10. used apparatus (date of last verification, respectively.

calibration)



11. section for each measurement:



11.1. the name of the variable



11.2. the conditions during measurement



11.3. record the measurement results (number of measurements used

quantities and units)



11.4. result of measurement, accuracy



12. a summary of the results of individual parts of the measure, exceeding

indicative limit values, respectively (yes/no)



13. date of log processing



14. the signature of the person with the appropriate permission in special professional competence

and statutory authority of the authorisation holder. "




1) Council Directive 96/29/Euratom of 13. May 1996, laying down the

basic safety standards for the protection of the health of workers and

the general public against the dangers arising from ionising radiation.



Directive 97/43/Euratom of 30. June 1997 on health protection of individuals from

the dangers arising from ionising radiation in relation to medical

exposure, and repealing Directive 84/466/Euratom.



Council Directive 2003/122/Euratom of 22. December 2003 on the control of

high-activity sealed radioactive sources and orphan sources.



2) Act No. 95/2004 Coll., on conditions for the acquisition and recognition of professional

competence and specialized competence to perform the medical

the professions of doctor, dentist and pharmacist, as amended by Act No.

125/2005 Sb.



3) ČSN IEC 788 Medical Radiology-terminology.



4) Act No. 20/1966 Coll., on the health care of the people, as amended

regulations.



5A) Decree No 430/2004 Coll., laying down the activity of health

workers and other professional workers.



5B) Act No. 96/2004 Coll., on conditions for the acquisition and recognition

competence for the exercise of paramedical professions and to the exercise

activities related to the provision of health care and amending

certain related laws (the law on the paramedical

occupations), as amended by Act No. 127/2005 Coll.



Decree No 430/2004 Coll., laying down the activity of health

workers and other professional workers. ".



6) Act No. 123/2000 Coll., on medical devices and on changing the

some related laws.



7) ISO 31-9, quantities and units. Part 9: Atomic and nuclear physics.



ISO 31-10, quantities and units. Part 10: nuclear reactions and ionizing

radiation.



8) section 129 of the Act No. 40/1964 Coll., the civil code, as amended

regulations.



9) Decree 214/1997 Coll., on quality assurance activities

associated with the use of nuclear energy and the activities leading to the

exposure and about the establishment of criteria for the classification and distribution of selected

the device in the security classes.



9A) section 12 of Decree No. 320/2002 Coll., on details to ensure

the emergency preparedness of nuclear installations and sites with resources

ionizing radiation and about the requirements for the contents of the internal emergency

the plan and the emergency regulations, as amended by Decree No 2/2004 Sb.



10) Decree No 146/1997 Coll., which sets out the activities that have

immediate impact on nuclear safety, and activities of particular importance

from the point of view of radiation protection requirements, qualifications and training

the preparation, the method of authentication and certification of special professional competence

permissions to selected workers and how to perform the approval

documentation for the authorization to prepare selected personnel, as amended by

Decree No 315/2002 Sb.



11) Law No 373/2007 Coll., on specific health services.



12) § 133 paragraph 2. 1 (b). and the labour code).



13) § 17 para. 2 MINISTRY OF HEALTH Directive No. 49/67 Journal of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH.



14) § 21 para. 3 and § 35 para. d) of Act No. 48/1997 Coll., on public

health insurance and amending and supplementing certain related

laws, as amended.



15) section 77 of Act No. 20/1966 Coll., as amended.



16) CSN 01 8015 Character of radiation danger. Shape and dimensions.



17) Decree No 215/1997 Coll., on the criteria for siting of nuclear

equipment and very significant sources of ionizing radiation.



Decree No. 106/1998 Coll., on ensuring nuclear safety and radiation

protection of nuclear facilities during commissioning and when their

operation.



18) Decree No 196/1999 Coll., on the decommissioning of nuclear installations, or

sites with significant or very significant sources of ionizing radiation

from the operation.



19) section 2 of the Act No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and on the

amendments to certain laws, as amended.



20) for example, Decree No. 381/2001 Coll., on details of the management of

waste.



ČSN 73 0802 21) of the fire safety of buildings-non-productive objects.



22) for example, Act No. 254/2001 Coll. on waters and amending certain

acts (the Water Act), as amended by Act No. 76/2002 Coll., Act No. 309/1991

Coll., on the protection of the air against pollutants (Clean Air Act),

in the wording of later regulations.



22A) § 14 para. 3 of Act No. 276/2001 Coll. on water supplies and sewerage Act

for public use and on amendments to certain acts (the Act on water supply and

sewerage Act), as amended.



23) section 4 of Act No. 185/2001 Coll., on waste and amending certain other

laws, as amended.



24) for example, the ČSN IEC 801-1 protective equipment before medical

diagnostic x-ray equipment-Part 1: determination of zeslabovacích

properties of materials.



ČSN IEC 801-2 protective devices against diagnostic medical

x-ray equipment — Part 2: Protective glass.



25) DIN 40 4302 Closed radionuclide emitters. The degree of resistance and

methods of testing.



26) for example, the ČSN IEC 1223 Reviews and operational testing in the processing

Medical image information.



26A) Decree No 319/2002 Coll., on the function and organization of the national

radiation monitoring network.



Government Decree No. 11/1999 Coll., on the emergency planning zone.



26B) § 13 c of Act No. 133/2000 Coll., on registration of the population and the native

numbers and amending some laws (law on population register)

as amended.



26 c) DIN 75 7611 water quality. Determination of radionuclides. The total volume

the alpha activity.



26 d) DIN 75 7612 water quality. Determination of radionuclides. The total volume

beta activity.



27) section 2 of Decree No. 371/2000 Coll., laying down the requirements for potable

water and the extent and frequency of its inspections.



28) § 3 and 10 of the Act No. 110/1997 Coll. on foodstuffs and tobacco

products, as amended by Act No. 308/2000 Coll.



29) for example, Decree No. 144/1997 Coll., on the physical protection of nuclear

materials and nuclear facilities and their inclusion in the individual

categories, Decree No. 145/1997 Coll., on registration and control of nuclear

materials and their closer definition.



30) the yield of the Czech Mining Authority no. 8/1987 Coll., on the plans of fighting

serious traffic accidents in deep mines.



Decree No 99/1992 Coll., on the establishment, operation, safeguarding and disposal of

device for storing wastes in underground spaces.



Decree No. 340/1992 Coll., on the requirements for the qualification and the professional

eligibility and verification of the technical competence of workers to the mining

activities and activities carried out using mining techniques, as amended

regulations.



31) DIN EN 60601-2-44 medical electrical equipment-Part 2-44:

Specific requirements for the safety of x-ray equipment for computing

tomography.



1) Decree No. 23/2001 Coll., laying down the types of foods intended for

particular nutritional uses and how to use them



2) DIN EN 60601-2-44 medical electrical equipment-Part 2-44:

Specific requirements for the safety of x-ray equipment for computing

tomography



3) Decree No. 292/1997 Coll., on the requirements of the health

bottled water and how to edit them, as amended



4) DIN 75 7611. The quality of the water. Total Alpha activity obejmová.



5) DIN 75 7612. The quality of the water. Total beta activity obejmová.