Dosimetry for radiation processing

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    Abstract

    During the past few years significant advances have taken place in the different areas of dosimetry for radiation processing, mainly stimulated by the increased interest in radiation for food preservation, plastic processing and sterilization of medical products. Reference services both by international organizations (IAEA) and national laboratories have helped to improve the reliability of dose measurements. Several dosimeter systems like calorimetry, perspex, and radiochromic dye films are being improved and new systems have emerged, e.g. spectrophotometry of dichromate solution for reference and sterilization dosimetry, optichromic dosimeters in the shape of small tubes for food processing, and ESR spectroscopy of alanine for reference dosimetry. In this paper the special features of radiation processing dosimetry are discussed, several commonly used dosimeters are reviewed, and factors leading to traceable and reliable dosimetry are discussed.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalInternational Journal of Radiation Applications and Instrumentation. Part C: Radiation Physics and Chemistry
    Volume28
    Issue number5-6
    Pages (from-to)521-529
    ISSN1359-0197
    Publication statusPublished - 1986

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