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DOE-HDBK-1105-2002
Radiological Training for Tritium Facilities
Student's Guide
Notes
1.
Substitution
Tritium atoms can easily substitute for
hydrogen atoms. Examples:
elemental hydrogen (tritium gas,
a.
HT, DT, or T2)
b.
tritiated water (tritium oxide:
HTO, DTO, or T2O)
c.
organically bound tritium: These
compounds may result in more dose
per intake than tritiated water.
metals and tritium (metal tritides):
d.
These compounds may result in
more dose per intake than tritiated
water. Accordingly, additional
controls may be needed, such as
special air monitoring or enhanced
personnel protective equipment.
2.
Solubility
Exchanges with hydrogen in organic
and other materials (oils, plastics, etc.)
3.
Flammability
Tritium gas is flammable and can
explode under certain conditions.
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