ASTM E181-17

Standard Test Methods for Detector Calibration and Analysis of Radionuclides

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STANDARD published on 1.6.2017


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Designation standards: ASTM E181-17
Publication date standards: 1.6.2017
SKU: NS-686119
The number of pages: 21
Approximate weight : 63 g (0.14 lbs)
Country: American technical standard
Category: Technical standards ASTM

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Radiation measurements

Annotation of standard text ASTM E181-17 :

These methods cover general procedures for the calibration of radiation detectors and the analysis of radionuclides. For each individual radionuclide, one or more of these methods may apply. These methods are concerned only with specific radionuclide measurements. The chemical and physical properties of the radionuclides are beyond the scope of this standard. Among the measurement standards discussed are: the calibration and usage of germanium detectors, scintillation detector systems, scintillation detectors for simple and complex spectra, and counting methods such as beta particle counting, aluminum absorption curve, alpha particle counting, and liquid scintillation counting. For each of the methods, the scope, apparatus used, summary of methods, preparation of apparatus, calibration procedure, measurement of radionuclide, performance testing, sources of uncertainty, precautions and tests, and calculations are detailed.


Keywords:
calibration, chemical composition, dosimetry, isotope analysis, radiation, radiation and particle detectors, radiation detectors, radioactive isotopes, radiochemical analysis, radionuclide,, ICS Number Code 17.240 (Radiation measurements)

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