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|Author(s):||Lisa R. Karam; Marios J. Anagnostakis; Arunas Gudelis; Pujadi Marsoem; Alexander Mauring; Gatot Wurdiyanto; Ulku Yucel;|
|Title:||Laboratories New to the ICRM|
|Published:||March 04, 2012|
|Abstract:||The Scientific Committee of the ICRM decided, for the 2011 Conference, to present laboratories that are at a key developmental stage in establishing, expanding or applying radionuclide metrology capabilities. The expansion of radionuclide metrology capabilities is crucial to meet evolving and emerging needs in health care, environmental monitoring, and nuclear energy. Five laboratories (from Greece, Lithuania, Indonesia, Norway and Turkey) agreed to participate. Each laboratory is briefly introduced, and examples of their capabilities and standardization activities are discussed.|
|Citation:||Applied Radiation and Isotopes|
|Pages:||pp. 1812 - 1819|
|Keywords:||activity measurement, environmental, 4¿ ß-¿ coincidence proportional counter, health, nuclear energy, primary standards, radionuclide metrology, TDCR, gamma-ray spectrometry, liquid scintillation, secondary radionuclide calibrators|
|Research Areas:||Radiation Physics|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (482KB)|