chemical dosimeter

chemical dosimeter

[′kem·i·kəl dō′sim·əd·ər]
(nucleonics)
A dosimeter in which the accumulated radiation-exposure dose is indicated by color changes accompanying chemical reactions induced by the radiation.
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A chemical dosimeter is a material which undergoes a measureable chemical change that can be calibrated to a known radiation source.
For example, in the most popular chemical dosimeter, viz.
Keyw or ds: Chemical dosimeters, Sandalfix Golden Yellow CRL dye, dosimetry, optical density (OD), radiolytic bleaching.
The state of art dosimeters requires calibration for their use as chemical dosimeters and thus termed as secondary dosimeters [1].
Keywords: Chemical dosimeters, SR C4BLN, SGY CRL, dosimetry, Absorbance%, %age discoloration.
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