Visible absorption spectra of radiation exposed SIRAD dosimeters
Martin J Butson; Tsang Cheung; Peter K N Yu
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
The use of film badges for personnel monitoring
Summaries of articles in this issue
Study of childhood cancer and paternal preconceptional irradiation at USA nuclear facilities
Some premilinary project studies on the sequential recognizing systems of straight tracks in monitoring nuclear film-badges
SRP Meeting: External Radiation Dosimetry in Practice, London, 25 March 1999
Recommendations for personnel monitoring in diagnostic radiology
Stewart C Bushong; Thomas S Harle; Magdalena J Pogonowska
Radon-film-badges by solid radiators to complement track detector-based radon monitors
Tommasino, L.; Tommasino, M. C.; Viola, P.
Radon film-badges versus existing passive monitors based on track etch detectors
Radon film-badges based on radon-sortpion in solids: A new field for solving long-lasting problems
Tommasino, L.; Tommasino, M.C.; Espinosa, G.
Radiation and stillbirths in Sellafield workers
Radiac Instruments and Film Badges Used at Atmospheric Nuclear Tests
Brady, W. J.; Nelson, A. G.; Defense Nuclear Agency, Washington, DC
Performance tests on dosimetry services in Great Britain
M J Clark; P H Burgess; T O Young
Occupational exposure to X-rays from a small plasma focus
S P Moo
Monitoring UV Radiation Using Polysulphone Film Badges at Two Different Sites
Varotsos, C.; Voudouri, A.; Katsambas, A.
Measurement and reduction of personnel exposure in fluoroscopy
R E Berg
Lewis, E. V.; Department of Energy, Washington, DC
Effect of Environmental Scatter on Film Badge Readings
Valerija Paic; Antun Rubcic
Dose Equivalent Calibration of Film Badges Used in Personel and Area Monitoring
Bercea, S.; Frujinoiu, C.; Dragu, A.
Directional Dependence of Exposure Measurements of Gamma Rays by Film Badges
Valerija Paic; Mladen Paic; Antun Rubcic
Beta-exposure in a neutron activation laboratory
Landsberger, S.; Belandi, T. J.
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