This document is included in Selected Analytical Methods for Environmental Remediation and Recovery (SAM).
FRMAC. 1998. “Gross Alpha and Beta in Air.” FRMAC Monitoring and Analysis Manual – Sample Preparation and Analysis - Volume 2, DOE/NV/11718-181, UC-707, p. 33.
EPA’s Selected Analytical Methods for Environmental Remediation and Recovery (SAM) lists this method for gross alpha and gross beta determination in air filters, and for direct counting of americium-241; californium-252; cesium-137; cobalt-60; curium-244; europium-154; iridium-192; neptunium-237 and -239; plutonium-238 and -239; polonium-210; radium-223 and -226; rhenium-188; rubidium-82; ruthenium-103 and -106; strontium-90; technetium-99; thorium-227, -228, -230 and -232; and uranium-234, -235 and-238 in surface wipes.You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
- DOE FRMAC Method Volume 2, Page 33: Gross Alpha and Beta in Air (PDF)(85 pp, 9 MB, 08/1998)