A package of photographic film worn like a badge by workers in the nuclear industry to measure exposure to ionizing radiation. The absorbed dose can be calculated by the degree of film darkening caused by the irradiation.
a small radiation detector worn by persons who work near radiation sources; it consists of several layers of photographic film covered with black light-proof paper. (see radiation detector)
Photographic film shielded from light and worn by a person or placed in a specific location to measure and record external exposure to ionizing radiation.
A small piece of x-ray or similar photographic film in a light-proof paper usually crossed by lead or cadmium strips, carried in a small metal or plastic frame. The badge is used to estimate the amount of radiation to which an individual wearing the badge has been exposed.
a device routinely used for the monitoring of personal exposure to external radiation
A pack of appropriate photographic film and filters used to determine radiation exposure.
is a pack of photographic film used for approximate measurement of radiation exposure for personnel monitoring purposes.