Remember that an accelerated particle emits radiation, so we have to take radiation reaction into account. The averaged force is x 3 , where x 3 is the third time derivative. However, we can simplify by realizing that radiation reaction is a small perturbation unless the oscillation period is s or. Note that the middle term has an odd number of time derivatives. That means that it is not time reversible. Thats one of the signatures of damping, which is also not time reversible. Lets add a driving force. Suppose that an external time-varying electric field is added, which contributes a force eE0 cos t.
This is what an incident photon would do. A common trick here is to use exp it instead of cos t, and remember to take the real part later. Looking past all the various factors, what this basically says is that the electron does oscillate at the driving frequency , but delayed or advanced by the phase shift. Note that since is so small, 0 1. Ask class: whats one limit we could explore? We could look at the limit 0. Ask class: what is the answer in that limit? Its just T. This corresponds to our expectations. Ask class: what about when 0? Now lets explore another limit in some more detail.
The only subtlety here is dealing with the 2 02 2 term in the bottom. A standard method is. This profile is known as a Lorentz profile for a spectral line. Incidentally, near the resonance the shape of the cross section is the same as the shape of a line from free oscillations of the atom. Thats not accidental; one could excite the free oscillations by having a pulse of radiation near 0 hit the atom, then ring down freely.
This whole approach has interest in part because it provides the only classical description of a spectral line. Often when one gets the correct quantum result, one refers the cross section to the classical result to get a ratio. For example, lets integrate that line over angular frequency or the cycle frequency : R. But wait, didnt we cheat? We found that at high frequencies the cross section approaches a constant value the cross section T of Thomson scattering.
This would mean that the total integral is infinite! This type of situation is encountered in a number of places in physics; the formal integral is infinite, but you know that physically it must be finite. One way to deal with this is to impose a cutoff on the integral, and 1 show that this is justified physically, and 2 show that the precise value of the cutoff doesnt make much difference. Ask class: in this case, what cutoff can we make and how can we justify it? We know that the radiation reaction formula is only valid if 1, so if gets too large, all bets are off.
Now, does the frequency at which we cut off the integral make a difference? Therefore, our little swindle above was okay. The preceding was a classical attempt to model a spectral line of an atom. In the quantum theory one does things differently, but it is still convenient to define the oscillator strength fnn of a transition from state n to n by Z.
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Populares em Mathematics. Sudhakar Spartan. Luneth Salazar. Laiq Zaman. Hidden Hypercalcemia and Mortality Risk in Incident. An-Nisa Khoirun Ummi. Murali Sambandan. Boice, Jr. Initially, research concerning radiation effects in survivors concentrated on genetic effects, but lit- Review of residual radiation surveys during the early tle evidence emerged on heritable effects. However, strong stage after the Hiroshima bombing T. Imanaka associations with the occurrence of cataracts of the eye Several Japanese teams conducted radiation surveys lens, leukemia, and solid tissue cancers were subsequently only a few days after the bombings.
Until recently, it veyed the cities several weeks after the detonations. A few early entrants into the hypocenter area appar- for the survivors, including their doses from residual radi- ently had biological effects similar to those manifested in ation. The focus of this session and the related workshop survivors exposed to large doses. These effects cannot be the following day was concentrated on a reexamination explained by their exposures to gamma ray radiation from of this issue.
Measurements of thermoluminescence TL of tiles in several areas in Hiroshima indicated measured doses Activation analysis for soils of Hiroshima City and larger by up to 0. This excess dose activated soil by the Hiroshima atom bomb S. Discrepancies between measured weeks by 46Sc. These elements plus 56Mn are responsible and calculated doses were only discernible by this method for the irradiation of early entrants into a detonation area. Some Soil concentrations of these elements in particular so- of the excess readings were in the areas affected by black dium differ between Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The cu- rain, but several were in other areas. Survey of beta-dose assessment methodologies Some nuclear fallout characteristics of the applicable to Hiroshima R. Weitz Hiroshima detonation G. Spriggs This presentation addressed methods of assessing the Several nuclear tests at Nevada had similar charac- beta particle dose to skin in a nuclear environment.
The teristics e. In those tests, no crater- 1 m above a horizontally large e. The absence of soil and Weitz The beta-to- solidify into submicron particles. The dominant radionuclide in neutron- were carried down with rain, since gravitational settling activated soil from 10Y h post-detonation is 24Na, with for such small particles is very slow. The speaker indicated relatively minor contributions from 56Mn and 42K.
Based on experimental data from the after the Hiroshima atomic bomb A. This would amount to the loft- TIMS were described and compared. The AMS mea- ing of approximately Bq of neutron-activated ra- surements show a uniform spatial pattern over Hiroshima dionuclides at Hiroshima. Because the mean particle size Sakaguchi et al. Further analyses are needed initial radiation was mGy. Also, estimates for soil acti- of the Survey of Atomic Bomb Survivors vation exposure to early entrants and evacuees are a little M.
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Tonda full-day workshop on 25 July that were focused on The speaker reviewed the dependency of mortality new approaches for estimating potential exposures to risk at Hiroshima using the so-called Hiroshima University Registry at the Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine RIRBM Hoshi et al. The speaker thought that the DS02 system should be updated.
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Doses received by atomic bomb survivors in the Life Span Study cohort from known residual radiation sources in Hiroshima and Nagasaki H. There was much less gamma- ray dose from neutron activation of the soil at Nagasaki than at Hiroshima, and recent calculations of the radiation exposure to early entrants into these areas evacuees and others indicate that these external doses from gamma rays were only around 3Y24 mGy.
Photograph of the developing mushroom cloud at Hiroshima. At the time of the photograph, the cap of the mushroom cloud had internal doses of less than 5 mSv. The average estimated reached approximately 20, feet 6 km and the pedestal or dust dose from fallout gamma rays in the Koi-Takasu area base of the mushroom cloud had spread over a diameter of more was around The amount and type of fallout was found to depend primarily on the energy yield of a weapon Y and its height of burst HOB. However, only small Fig. Photograph of stem and cap of the Nagasaki mushroom at its maximum height of approximately 30, feet 9 km.
The agenda west coast of the United States and as far inland as Lake for the workshop also called for a discussion of biological Michigan Blair et al.
Spriggs Egbert and Kerr The SHOB for an source of fallout exposure to survivors in Hiroshima, ex- explosion is used to assign it to one of several regimes cept in a few locations between 2. The SHOBs are m ronmental materials into the atmosphere by the ground and m for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki explosions, shock from the blast wave of the explosion see Figs. The caps of the mushroom clouds at irradiation by beta particles from neutron activated radio- Hiroshima and Nagasaki rose to an altitude of about nuclides deposited on the surface of the body would be 30, feet 9 km before they reached thermal equilib- the skin and the lens of the eye.
If the neutron activated rium with the surrounding atmosphere. Smaller sized McNaught The complexities involved in deter- particles in the dust stem remained aloft for longer pe- mining radiation doses to skin from fallout have been riods of time and were scattered over much larger areas discussed by Apostoaei and Kocher During the workshop, there were discussions of work Neutron-activated radionuclides decay by the emis- that has been ongoing for several years or that has been sion of both gamma rays and beta particles.
Most recent studies have been funded by differences were found during early surveys of the in-air the City of Hiroshima and Japanese universities and may dose rates from gamma rays in the hypocenter areas of be arriving successfully at their conclusions in the near Hiroshima and Nagasaki Roesch These differences future.
Other workshop discussions led to a cross- Hashizume et al. The early fertilization of ideas resulting in several recommendations surveys usually measured only the in-air dose rates from for possible new investigations, measurements, calcula- gamma rays. Compared to the measured or calculated tions, or analysis. Additionally, it was thought that many gamma-ray dose rate in air at 1 m above undisturbed ground, previously examined ideas concerning residual radiation the beta-ray dose rate from neutron-activated radionu- dose should be reanalyzed or expanded with the new clides is only about one-tenth of that from the gamma rays perspective provided by the workshop discussions.
However, the skin of some sur- tion that were mentioned or discussed during the workshop vivors may have been contaminated by neutron-activated are listed in the Appendix to this report.
These questions ground and river water by the blast wave, which moved include: 1 sources of residual radioactivity, 2 radioiso- some neutron-activated radionuclides to larger ground dis- topes present and associated energy and particle emissions; tances; and 3 transfer of contamination to the body from 3 pathways for radioisotopes to co-locate with survivors; the handling of contaminated objects. Due to the relatively short from internal exposure due to inhaled or ingested radio- half-lives of these beta-emitting radionuclides, the radia- isotopes; 7 spatial analyses of biological effects, specif- tion dose to the skin from beta particles would be delivered ically noting asymmetries and anomalies in excess of the over a very brief period of about 2 d, and the contribution DS02 dose estimates for the initial radiations from the to epilation from beta radiation would be indistinguish- bombs; and 8 comparing and understanding differences able from that due to the much larger whole body radiation between residual radiation exposures at Hiroshima and doses to survivors at distances much nearer to the detona- Nagasaki.
As these questions are answered, it will also tions. Because the range of the beta particles in tissue is be important to estimate the uncertainties on survivor www. It is too soon to radiation. An example is effects not explained by the existing DS02 dosimetry to measure particle size distributions of soil and salinity of M. VII, A. Ia, A. For example, chromosome aberrations the brackish rivers M. IIIa, M. A second priority is to physically determine the exposure, while epilation in persons with negligible ex- level of surface contamination. This would require that posure to the initial gamma radiation from the bombs was ceramic samples for TL measurements need to be located thought to be an indicator of possible exposure to beta and analyzed M.
VIa, M. It was stated in the work- particles from residual radiation. VI, A. Ic, A. As a third priority for study, it was proposed that neutron-activated soil and Both Japanese and American investigators acknowl- building debris may be an important source of residual edge the existence of some measurement data related to radiation exposure to survivors at both Hiroshima and the Hiroshima and Nagasaki detonations that appears Nagasaki M.
III, C. Several of the tasks, which are anomalous when compared to the symmetry of estimated needed to establish reasonable estimates or maxima for dose around the hypocenters by the DS02 calculations. A survivor residual doses, could begin by reconstructing the possible explanation of these anomalies is residual radiation ground activation and movement by ground sweep and exposure that was varied and spatially inhomogeneous.
IV, C. II, C. These parameters The origins of the exposure could have been contaminated have been estimated for nominal weapon test conditions. Meteorological conditions, which have been nomena at this time, the Workshop developed a number thought to be nearly impossible to obtain, may be achiev- of ideas for further study that might lead to a better un- able with meteorological reconstruction from historic data- derstanding of residual dose.
AcknowledgmentsVWe wish to thank David Landguth, Oak Ridge National There are several types of biological endpoints, which Laboratory, for his organizational expertise that resulted in a highly suc- cessful workshop. The help and advice of the Health Physics Society could be spatially analyzed in order to identify spatial pat- meeting organizers and the staff of Burk and Associates are greatly appreciated. The participation of George D. Kerr, Steve D. Egbert, Harold L.
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