The ceric sulfate dosimeter

Erling Bjergbakke

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    The process employed for the determination of absorbed dose is the reduction of ceric ions to cerous ions in a solution of ceric sulfate and cerous sulfate in 0.8N sulfuric acid: Ce4+→Ce 3+ The absorbed dose is derived from the difference in ceric ion concentration before and after irradiation. The accuracy is better than ±2%
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationManual on Radiation Dosimetry
    EditorsN.W. Holm, R.J. Berry
    PublisherMarcel Dekker
    Publication date1970
    Publication statusPublished - 1970

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