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An instrument for measuring the ultraviolet in solar and sky radiation.
Instrument for measuring the radiation dose to a person.
An instrument that measures exposure to radiation.
An instrument for directly measuring the total dose of radiation received in a given period.
a small portable instrument (such as a film badge, thermoluminescent, or pocket dosimeter) for measuring and recording the total accumulated personal dose of ionizing radiation--dosimetry, monitoring of individuals to accurately determine their radiation dose equivalent return to:  [ Click "BackButton" for previous location] | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | xyz
radiation dose measuring device
A scientific instrument used to measure the amount of particle radiation in a certain area.
An instrument used to determine the full-shift exposure a person has received to a physical hazard.
An instrument that measures the dose of ionizing radiation. biological dosimeter is a biological or biochemical indicator of the effects of exposure, such as a change in blood chemistry or in blood count. A highly accurate biological dosimeter has yet to be found.
a detector designed to measure radiation dose or exposure
a device for the measurement of exposed dose
a device that is constructed of material that can be analyzed to determine the exposure the material has to ionizing radiation
an instrument that responds to the presence of radiation, and measures the dose or amount of exposure
a pen-like device that measures the cumulative dose of radiation received by the device
a small device for measuring radiation exposure
a small device used to measure the existing loudness (SPL) near the performer's ear
a very rugged form of a device called an electrometer
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a small portable instrument (such as a film badge, thermoluminescent dosimeter [TLD], or pocket dosimeter) for measuring and recording the total accumulated dose of ionizing radiation a person receives.
Instrument to measure dose; many so-called dosimeters actually measure exposure rather than dose.
A device used to measure and record the dose of radiation to which a person has been exposed. There are whole body, extremity, skin dosimeters, etc.
A portable instrument for measuring and registering the total accumulated exposure to ionizing radiation.
Instruments to detect and measure the accumulated radiation exposure. Examples are film badges, thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLD), and pocket chambers, all used for personnel monitoring.
An instrument or device designed to measure contaminant exposure accumulated over a specified interval.
A device that measures radiation dose, such as a film badge or ionization chamber.
An instrument for measuring the accumulated flux of particle or photon radiations, such as protons in the Van Allen Belts, or X - rays in solar radiation.
A small, calibrated electroscope worn by laboratory personnel and designated to detect and measure incident ionizing radiation or chemical exposure.
A small, pocket-sized device used for monitoring radiation exposure of personnel. Before use, it is given a charge, and the amount of discharge that occurs is a measure of the accumulated radiation exposure.
a device which can be worn and used to measure the radiation a person receives over a period of time.
A dosimeter is a device used to record the amount of radiation received by workers from X-rays or other radiation, usually consisting of a small piece of photographic film in a holder attached to the clothing. At regular intervals the film is examined to determine the amount of radiation it (and therefore, the wearer) has received.
Instrument to detect and measure accumulated radiation exposure. During the Gulf War, two types of dosimeters were used: a pencil-sized ionization chamber with a self-indicating electrometer and a wrist watch dosimeter, which requires a separate reader. The wrist watch dosimeter detects both gamma and neutron radiation and is intended to measure high doses, e.g., following tactical employment of nuclear weapons (rather than DU contamination) on the battlefield.
a device for measuring accumulated exposure to x-rays, gamma rays, or other hazardous radiation.
A device used to record exposure to radiation.
Small device, which is used to measure the number of roentgens absorbed in a single exposure to radiation.
An instrument, device, or material used to detect and measure accumulated radiation exposure. During the Gulf War, US forces used two types of dosimeters: a pencil-sized ionization chamber with a self-indicating (one capable of being read by the user) electrometer, and a wrist watch dosimeter, which must be sent to a laboratory to be read. The wrist watch dosimeter measures both gamma and neutron radiation and is designed to measure high doses -- i.e., following the explosion of a nuclear weapon on the battlefield. Neither was designed to detect or measure DU contamination.
An instrument to measure dosage; many so-called dosimeters actually measure exposure rather than dosage. Dosimetry is the process or technology of measuring and/or estimating dosage.
Instrument used to detect and measure an accumulated dosage of radiation; in common usage it is a pencil-size ionization chamber with a built-in self-reading electrometer; used for personal monitoring. See Dosimeter, Pocket.
A dosimeter is any device used to measure an individual's exposure to a hazardous environment, particularly when the hazard is cumulative over long intervals of time, or one's lifetime. This article pertains to a radiation dosimeter and the science of dosimetry, but other dosimeters also exist, such as sound dosimeters.