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1 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement RADIOACTIVITY 1.0E E+02 Bq cm -2 C E E+02 Bq cm -2 Co E E+02 Bq cm -2 Sr E E+02 Bq cm -2 Cs E E+02 Bq cm -2 Pm E E+02 Bq cm -2 Tl E E+01 Bq cm -2 Pu E E+01 Bq cm -2 Am E E+00 Bq cm -2 U-nat 3.6 % 2 not specified Yes 3.2 % 2 not specified Yes 3.2 % 2 not specified Yes 3.2 % 2 not specified Yes 3.2 % 2 not specified Yes 3.6 % 2 not specified Yes 3.6 % 2 not specified Yes 3.6 % 2 not specified Yes The BIPM key comparison database, May 1/12

2 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement Efficiency of contamination monitors Efficiency of contamination monitors Efficiency of contamination monitors Efficiency of contamination monitors Contamination monitor Contamination monitor Contamination monitor Contamination monitor Substitution 0.0E E+00 s -1 Bq -1 C-14 Substitution 0.0E E+00 s -1 Bq -1 Cs-137 Substitution 0.0E E+00 s -1 Bq -1 Sr-90 Substitution 0.0E E+00 s -1 Bq -1 Am-241 detection beta radiation detection beta radiation detection beta radiation detection alpha radiation 10.0 % 2 not specified Yes 10.0 % 2 not specified Yes 10.0 % 2 not specified Yes 10.0 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 H-3 tritiated water 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Be-7 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 C-14 glass ampoule 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Na-22 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Na-24 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 P-32 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 S-35 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 K-42 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ca-45 glass ampoule 2.4 % 2 not specified Yes Standard large solid Standard large solid Standard large solid Standard large solid LSC, 4πXeγ-coincidence LSC, weighting LSC, weighting The BIPM key comparison database, May 2/12

3 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Cr-51 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Mn-54 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Fe-55 glass ampoule 5.5 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Co-56 glass ampoule 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Co-57 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Co-58 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Fe-59 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Co-60 glass ampoule 0.8 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ni-63 glass ampoule 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Cu-64 glass ampoule 3.5 % 2 not specified Yes LSC and 4π NaI X LSC, The BIPM key comparison database, May 3/12

4 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Zn-65 glass ampoule 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ga-67 glass ampoule 2.4 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Se-75 glass ampoule 2.5 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 As-76 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Br-82 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Sr-85 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Rb-86 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Y-88 glass ampoule 2.4 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Sr-89 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Sr-90 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes weighting weighting The BIPM key comparison database, May 4/12

5 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Y-90 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Zr-95 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Nb-95 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Mo-99 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Tc-99m glass ampoule 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ru-103 glass ampoule 2.4 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ru-106 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Cd-109 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 In-111 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes weighting weighting 4πX γ-coincidence counting NaI, weighting The BIPM key comparison database, May 5/12

6 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Sn-113 glass ampoule 2.4 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Sb-124 glass ampoule 2.4 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 I-125 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 I-129 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 I-131 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Te-132 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ba-133 glass ampoule 1.5 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Cs-134 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Cs-137 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 4πX γ-coincidence 4πX γ-coincidence weighting The BIPM key comparison database, May 6/12

7 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ce-139 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ce-141 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ce-144 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Pm-147 glass ampoule 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Eu-152 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Gd-153 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Tm-170 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Ir-192 glass ampoule 1.6 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Hg-197 glass ampoule 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Hg-203 glass ampoule 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes 4πβ counting or LSC, weighting The BIPM key comparison database, May 7/12

8 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement volume volume Well type ionization chamber used in medicine Well type ionization chamber used in medicine Well type ionization chamber used in medicine Well type ionization chamber used in medicine Well type ionization chamber used in medicine Gas monitor in nuclear power reactor Gas monitor in nuclear power reactor LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Tl-204 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Po-210 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes LSC, 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Pb-210 glass ampoule 2.6 % 2 not specified Yes 4.0E E+04 Bq g -1 Ra-226 glass ampoule 1.2 % 2 not specified Yes 5.0E E+07 Bq g -1 Am-241 glass ampoule 1.0 % 2 not specified Yes Comparison 5.0E E+10 Bq Cr-51 Comparison 5.0E E+10 Bq Ga-67 Comparison 5.0E E+10 Bq Tc-99m Comparison 5.0E E+10 Bq In-111 Comparison 5.0E E+10 Bq I-131 Comparison 1.0E E+04 Bq cm -3 I-131 Comparison 1.0E E+02 Bq cm -3 Kr-85 radionuclide in 10 ml gel in the vial radionuclide in 10 ml gel in the vial radionuclide in 10 ml gel in the vial radionuclide in 10 ml gel in the vial radionuclide in 10 ml gel in the vial methyliodine or elementary iodium incorporated in the monitor calibrated amount of gas incorporated in the monitor 7.0 % 2 not specified Yes 6.0 % 2 not specified Yes 6.0 % 2 not specified Yes 7.0 % 2 not specified Yes 6.0 % 2 not specified Yes 9.0 % 2 not specified Yes 9.0 % 2 not specified Yes weighting 4π α counting, weighing 4π α counting, weighing Honigschmidt 4π α γ coincidence, weighing ionization chamber ionization chamber ionization chamber ionization chamber ionization chamber Calibrated HpGe spectrometer Calibrated HpGe spectrometer The BIPM key comparison database, May 8/12

9 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement volume Gas monitor in nuclear power reactor Comparison 1.0E E+07 Bq cm -3 Xe-133 Comparison 1.0E E+04 Bq Am-241 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq Th-232 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq Ra-226 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq K-40 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq Cs-137 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq Co-60 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq Pb-210 Comparison 1.0E E+03 Bq Eu-152 calibrated amount of gas incorporated in the monitor 9.0 % 2 not specified Yes Calibrated HpGe spectrometer Primary Primary Primary Primary Primary Primary Primary Primary Dry Rn- 222 Comparison 2.0E E+06 Bq Rn-222 stationary or flow mode 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes Ra volume Comparison 3.0E E+00 Bq cm -3 Rn-222 water Rn- 222 without Ra-226 Ra Sealed Comparison 4.0E E+08 Bq Ra-226 Ra-226 in Pt-tube 2.0 % 2 not specified Yes Ra solid 5.0E E+04 Bq Co % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 4.5E E+05 Bq Mn % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 7.0E E+05 Bq Co % 2 not specified Yes Primary The BIPM key comparison database, May 9/12

10 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement solid 2.5E E+05 Bq Sr % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 7.0E E+05 Bq Y % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 8.0E E+04 Bq Ce % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 2.5E E+05 Bq Ba % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 6.0E E+05 Bq Eu % 2 not specified Yes Primary solid 1.5E E+05 Bq Hg % 2 not specified Yes Primary BOMAB phantom Substitution 1.0E E+06 Bq Eu-152 ICRP % 2 not specified Yes DOSIMETRY Air kerma rate Irradiation in reference field in air 5.0E E+01 Gy h -1 Co-60 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Cavity chamber IAEA Air kerma rate Calibration against a reference in air 5.0E E+01 Gy h -1 Co-60 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Cavity chamber IAEA Air kerma rate Irradiation in reference field in air 3.0E E+00 Gy h -1 Cs-137 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Cavity chamber IAEA Air kerma rate Calibration against a reference in air 3.0E E+00 Gy h -1 Cs-137 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Cavity chamber IAEA Air kerma rate Irradiation in reference field in air 2.0E E-02 Gy h -1 X-rays, 50 kv to 420 kv ISO-4037 Narrow spectra N40-N300, 50 kv to 320 kv Cavity chamber IAEA The BIPM key comparison database, May 10/12

11 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement Air kerma rate Calibration against a reference in air 2.0E E-02 Gy h -1 X-rays, 50 kv to 420 kv ISO-4037 Narrow spectra N40-N300, 50 kv to 320 kv 3.0 % 2 not specified Yes Cavity chamber IAEA Absorbed dose rate to water Irradiation in reference field in water phantom 2.0E E+01 Gy h -1 Co-60 water phantom, 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm 3.5 % 2 not specified Yes Cavity chamber IAEA NEUTRON MEASUREMENTS Emission rate Emission rate Emission rate Emission rate Fluence rate Fluence rate Fluence rate Ambient dose equivalent rate Sealed neutron Sealed neutron Sealed neutron Sealed neutron sensitive device sensitive device sensitive device dosemeter Measurement in a maganese bath Measurement in a maganese bath Measurement in a maganese bath Measurement in a maganese bath Irradiation with s Irradiation with s Measurement with device Irradiation with s 3.0E E+07 s -1 Am-241/Be-9 3.0E E+06 s -1 Am-241/Li-7 3.0E E+06 s -1 Am-241/B 3.0E s -1 Cf E E+01 cm -2 s -1 spectrum [at 1 m from the ] 3.2E E+03 cm -2 s -1 [at 1 m from the spectrum ] 1.0E E+04 cm -2 s -1 spectrum 8.3E E-04 Sv h -1 [at 1 m from the spectrum ] Am-241/Be-9 ISO bare Cf-252 ISO energy from thermal up to 20 MeV Am-241/Be-9 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Standardised 56 Mn 2 % 2 not specified Yes Standardised 56 Mn 2 % 2 not specified Yes Standardised 56 Mn 2 % 2 not specified Yes Standardised 56 Mn 3 % 2 not specified Yes Manganese bath 3 % 2 not specified Yes Manganese bath 6 % 2 not specified Yes Bonner spectrometer 5 % 2 not specified Yes Manganese bath PTB Personal dose equivalent rate dosimeter Irradiation with s 8.7E E-04 Sv h -1 spectrum [at 1 m from the and for an angle of incidence 0 deg] Am-241/Be-9 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Manganese bath Ambient dose equivalent rate dosemeter Irradiation with s 4.4E E-03 Sv h -1 [at 1 m from the spectrum ] bare Cf-252 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Manganese bath The BIPM key comparison database, May 11/12

12 Ionizing Radiation, Czech Republic, (Czech Metrology Institute) Calibration or Measurement Personal dose equivalent rate dosimeter Irradiation with s 4.5E E-03 Sv h -1 spectrum [at 1 m from the and for an angle of incidence 0 deg] bare Cf-252 ISO % 2 not specified Yes Manganese bath Ambient dose equivalent rate dosemeter Measurement with device 1.0E E-02 Sv h -1 spectrum energy from thermal up to 20 MeV, ICRP % 2 not specified Yes Bonner spectrometer PTB The BIPM key comparison database, May 12/12

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