8-10 June 2016
Asia/Bangkok timezone

Physical Properties of Rocks in Khao Chai Son Hot Spring

Not scheduled
15m
Poster presentation Environmental Physics, Atmospheric Physics, Geophysics and Renewable Energy

Speakers

Ms Nawarat Setapong (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000) Ms Pitchpilai Khoonphunnarai (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000)

Description

Study the density, volume and radioactivity of outcrop samples at Khao Chaison hot spring, Songkhla lake basin. The objective of these physical properties of rocks. The results obtained from the present study the density of Permian limestone of 2,654 ± 80 kg/m3 and volume 706.48 ± 99.50 cm3. Radioactivity measurement by using a high – purity germanium (HPGe) detector and gamma spectrometry. It was found there radioactivity 238U, 232Th and 40K with average values 4.354 ± 0.025, 18.034 ± 0.481 and 235.882 ± 0.321 Bq/Kg respectively, which are lower than radioactivity limestone in Thailand.

Primary author

Ms Pitchpilai Khoonphunnarai (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000)

Co-authors

Ms Murnee Daoh (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000) Ms Nawarat Setapong (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000) Mr Phayao Yongsiriwit (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000) Prof. Wattana Dechana (160 Moo 4 Kanjanawanich Road Tambon Khaoroopchang Faculty of Sciences and Technology Muang Songkhla 90000)

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