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Articles by M.S. Uddin
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.S. Uddin
  F. Tarkanyi , A. Hermanne , B. Kiraly , S. Takacs , F. Ditroi , J. Csikai , A. Fenyvesi , M.S. Uddin , M. Hagiwara , M. Baba , T. Ido , Yu.N. Shubin and A.V. Ignatyuk
  Production cross-sections of 103Ag obtained by irradiating natPd and natCd with 70 MeV protons are presented and compared with ALICE-IPPE model calculations. Production of 103Ag is of interest for the generation of 103Pd widely used in brachytherapy. The investigated energy range of the 103Rh(d,2n)103Pd reaction was extended up to 40 MeV and the results were compared with the curves of ALICE-IPPE, EMPIRE-II and GNASH theoretical codes. Thick target yields were calculated. An overview and analysis of the most important charged particle induced production routes of 103Pd is presented. An explanation of the apparent discrepancy in the activity measurements for 103Rh based on X- or gamma-ray is given.
  M.R. Rahman , M.A. Shariff , M.O. Rahman , M.S. Uddin , A.K.M. Shafiq Ullah , M.A. Shameem , M.M. Hasan , S.J. Hasan and M.A. Huq
  Essential and trace elementals in some fruits and vegetables of southwestern Bangladesh have been measured using particle induced X-ray emission (PIXE) technique. The selected fruits and vegetables for study are usually consumed by all income groups of rural and city population. The samples were dried, pressed to make pellet and then bombarded with accelerated protons at 3.0 MV Tandem Accelerator facility of Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. The X-rays emitted in the irradiation were measured by HPGe-detector. The X-ray spectrum was analyzed using GUPIX software. A number of major and trace elements were found to be in varying concentrations in the investigated fruits and vegetables. The contents of K and Ca being notably large in some samples. No toxic elements were detected in the investigated samples.
 
 
 
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