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Ionizing Radiation
In the CMCs uncertainty statements, the notation Q[a, b] stands for the root-sum-square of the terms between brackets: Q[a, b] = [a2 + b2]1/2
 
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Georgia, GEOSTM (Georgian National Agency for Standards and Metrology)
Complete CMCs in Ionizing Radiation for Georgia (.pdf file)
Air kerma rate. Protection level dosemeter and/or ionisation chamber, 1E-03 Gy/h to 4.0E-02 Gy/h
Relative expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in %: 1.6
Calibration against standard ionisation chamber by irradiation in a calibrated field, free in air
Cs-137: ISO-4037-1; ISO-4037-2
Reference standard: Secondary standard ionization chamber
Source of traceability: IAEA
Approved on 06 May 2019
Internal NMI service identifier: COO-RAD-GEOSTM-1001
 
Ambient dose equivalent rate. Protection level survey meter, 1.2E-03 Sv/h to 4.8E-02 Sv/h
Relative expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in %: 4.7
Calibration against standard ionisation chamber by irradiation in a calibrated field, free in air
Cs-137: ISO-4037-1; ISO-4037-2;ISO-4037-3
Reference standard: Secondary standard ionization chamber
Source of traceability: IAEA
Approved on 06 May 2019
Internal NMI service identifier: COO-RAD-GEOSTM-1002