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Reduction of the effect of cell phone electromagnetic radiation on human body

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ABSTRACT
This project work was carried out to access the level of electromagnetic radiation risk awareness from cell phones in selected audience of cell phone users using a Questionnaire. The reduction in the adverse effect of electromagnetic radiation from cell phones is theoretically explained in the research work. The Questionnaires were distributed at seven (7) different diagnostic centres working with radiations and also cell phone users. The level of awareness of the workers was found to be high as more than half of the workers at the various centres were aware cell phone electromagnetic radiation and its risks. The indication by all the workers, of their readiness to know more about cell phone electromagnetic radiation and its risks shows the fact that they need more enlightenment on cell phone radiation generally.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE
1.0: INTRODUCTION
1.1: BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION
1.1.1: DETERMINISTIC (NON-STOCHASTIC) EFFECTS
1.1.2: STOCHASTIC EFFECTS
1.2: IS ANY AMOUNT OF RADIATION SAFE?
1.3: JUSTIFICATION OF RESEARCH
1.4: AIM AND OBJECTIVE

CHAPTER TWO
2.0: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1: RADIOACTIVITY
2.2: RADIOACTIVE DECAY
2.3:  TYPES OF RADIATION
2.3.1: ALPHA RADIATION
2.3.2: BETA RADIATION
2.3.3: GAMMA AND X RADIATION
2.4: INTERACTION OF RADIATION WITH MATTER
2.4.1: INTERACTION OF ALPHA RADIATION WITH MATTER
2.4.2: INTERACTION OF BETA RAYS WITH MATTER
2.4.3: INTERACTION OF GAMMA/X-RAYS WITH MATTER
2.5: SOURCES OF RADIATION
2.5.1: NATURAL RADIATION
2.5.2: HUMAN SOURCES
2.6: APPLICATION/USES OF RADIATION
2.6.1: MEDICAL USES
2.6.2: ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS
2.6.3: INDUSTRIAL USES
2.7: RADIATION DETECTION MECHANISMS
2.7.1: GAS-FILLED DETECTORS
2.7.2: SCINTILLATION DETECTORS
2.7.3: SEMICONDUCTOR DETECTORS

CHAPTER THREE
3.0: MATERIALS AND METHOD
3.2: METHODS
3.3: POPULATION OF STUDY
3.4: SAMPLES AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUE

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
4.1: INTRODUCTION
4.2: AWARENESS OF CELL PHONE ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
4.3: HAZARDS OF CELL PHONE ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
4.4: RADIATION AWARENESS TRAINING

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0: CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1: CONCLUSION
5.2: RECOMMENDATION

Reduction of the effect of cell phone electromagnetic radiation on human body

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Type Project
Department Physics
Project ID PHY0043
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 45 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Physics
    Project ID PHY0043
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 45 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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