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1 U r Kalibrier- und Messmöglichkeiten Qualitätsmanagement-Handbuch Relative erweiterte Messunsicherheit, die sich aus der Standardmessunsicherheit durch Multiplikation mit dem Erweiterungsfaktor k = 2 ergibt. Sie wurde gemäß dem "Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement" (ISO, 1995) ermittelt. Der Wert der liegt im Regelfall mit einer Wahrscheinlichkeit von annähernd 95 % im zugeordneten Werteintervall. Einträge in The BIPM key comparison database (KCDB), Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Absorbed dose to water Absorbed dose to water Absorbed dose to water Absorbed dose to water Absorbed dose to water Absorbed dose to water Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Conversion coefficient, PMMA phantom Conversion coefficient, PMMA phantom in a water phantom Calibration in water phantom, reference field Calibration in waterphantom, photon field from clinical accelerator Calibration in waterphantom, photon field from clinical accelerator Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber -1 X-rays 2,0E-04 2,0E-02 Gy s 10 kv to 50 kv -1 X-rays 2,0E-04 2,0E-02 Gy s 50 kv to 4 kv -1 X-rays 2,0E-04 2,0E-0 Gy s 50 kv to 4 kv 10 kv to 40 kv DIN 6809/ kv to 100 kv DIN 6809/ kv to 00 kv DIN 6809/4 15 Responsible Task Remark 2,8 AA ,8 AA ,1 AA ,0E-0 2,0E-02 Gy s -1 Co-60 DIN 6800/2 08 0,5 AA ,5 50 Gy Photons (4 MV to 25 MV, TPR/10 = 0,68 to 0,799) 8,0E-04 8,0E-02 Gy s -1 (4 MV to 25 MV, TPR/10 = 0,68 Photons to 0,799) 1,0E-06 1,0E-0 Gy s 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-06 1,0E-0 Gy s 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-06,0E-05 Gy s 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-06,0E-05 Gy s 50 kv to 4 kv TRS 98 0,8 AA TRS 98 0,8 AA IEC RQR Series, 40 kv to 50 kv IEC RQR Series, 60 kv to 150 kv IEC RQA Series, 40 kv to 50 kv IEC RQA Series, 60 kv to 150 kv 0,8 AA ,8 AA ,8 AA ,8 AA October October von 49

2 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma length product Air kerma length product Air kerma area product Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Instrument or Artifact Air kerma length product meter Air kerma length product meter Air kerma length product meter Instrument Type or Method Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber 1,0E-06 1,0E-0 Gy s 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-06 5,0E-04 Gy s 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Gy cm 1,0E-06 5,0E+00 Gy cm X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-06 1,0E+02 Gy cm 2 X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-0 1,0E-01 Gy h 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-0 1,0E-01 Gy h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-0 1,0E-01 Gy h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-0 1,0E+00 Gy h 50 kv to 4 kv IEC RQT Series, 100 kv to 150 kv Mammography qualities (anode material + x mm of filter): Mo + 0,0 Mo, Mo + 0,025 Rh, Mo + 0,1 Al, W + 0,06 Mo, W + 0,05 Rh, W + 0,5 Al, W + 0,04 Pd, Rh + 0,025 Rh, Rh + 0,1 Al. All anode/folter combinations with and without additional 2 mm Al and for kv to 50 kv IEC RQR Series, 60 kv to 150 kv IEC RQA Series, 60 kv to 150 kv IEC RQR Series, 60 kv to 150 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 10 kv to 40 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 60 kv to 00 kv Narrow Series, 50 kv and 400 kv ISO 407 Wide Series, 60 kv to 00 kv Responsible Task Remark 0,8 AA ,0 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,8 AA ,8 AA ,8 AA ,8 AA von 49

3 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma X-ray tube voltage X-ray tube voltage X-ray tube voltage Reference air kerma Reference air kerma Instrument or Artifact Non-invasive HV-meter Non-invasive HV-meter Non-invasive HV-meter Ir-192 source (HDR, PDR, wire) Well-type chamber chamber Instrument Type or Method Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration free in air against a free air chamber Calibration in a calibd field free in air Calibration in a calibd field free in air a cavity chamber in air Secondary Standard Voltage Divider Secondary Standard Voltage Divider Secondary Standard Voltage Divider Transfer chamber calibd with primary cavity chamber Ir-192 reference field 1,0E-0 5,0E+00 Gy h 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-0 5,0E+00 Gy h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-0 5,0E+00 Gy h 50 kv to 4 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 10 kv to 0 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 60 kv to 00 kv High Air Kerma Series 50 kv and 400 kv Responsible Task Remark 0,8 AA ,8 AA ,8 AA ,0E-05 2,0E-04 Gy s -1 Cs-17 Therapy level 0,9 AA ,0E- 2,0E-02 Gy s -1 Co-60 Therapy level 0,65 AA ,0E-07 6,0E-01 Gy h -1 Cs-17 ISO 407 1,2 AA ,0E-07 2,0E+00 Gy h -1 Co-60 ISO 407 0,8 AA ,0E-06 1,0E-02 Gy h -1 Photon, high energy 4,0E+01 5,0E+01 kv 6,0E+01 1,5E+02 kv 2,0E+01 4,0E+01 kv X-rays, 10 kv to 50 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 10 kv to 50 kv -1 air kerma free in air 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Gy h at 1 m ISO 407, 4 MeV - 7 MeV IEC RQR Series, 40 kv to 50 kv IEC RQR Series, 60 kv to 150 kv Mammography, IEC AA ,5 AA ,5 AA AA DIN 6800/2 08 1,8 AA ,0E-04 1,0E-01 Gy h -1 air kerma free in air DIN 6800/2 08 2,0 AA , von 49

4 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Reference air kerma Reference air kerma Reference air kerma Reference air kerma Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Instrument or Artifact Co-60 HDR-source Well-type chamber chamber I-125 Well-type chamber chamber Instrument Type or Method Transfer chamber calibd with primary cavity chamber Co-60 reference field Calibration using primary standard extrapolation chamber I-125 reference field free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air Responsible Task Remark 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Gy h -1 air kerma free in air DIN 6800/2 08 1,5 AA ,0E-04 1,0E-01 Gy h -1 air kerma free in air DIN 6800/2 08 1,7 AA ,15 1,0E-06 1,0E-04 Gy h -1 air kerma free in air AAPM TG4 1,8 AA ,0E-06 1,0E-04 Gy h -1 air kerma free in air AAPM TG4 2,0 AA ,15 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-0 1,0E+00 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-02 5,0E+01 Sv h 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-02 5,0E+01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-02 5,0E+01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 10 kv to 40 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 60 kv to 00 kv Narrow Series, 50 kv and 400 kv, PTB Report 4 (00), Rad. Prot. Dos. 12 (07) ISO 407 Wide Series, 60 kv to 00 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 10 kv to 0 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 60 kv to 00 kv High Air Kerma Series, 50 kv and 400 kv, PTB Report 4 (00), Rad. Prot. Dos. 12 (07) , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, 18 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December von 49

5 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Directional dose Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Calibration in a calibd field free in air Calibration in a calibd field free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air free in air Calibration in a calibd field free in air Calibration in a calibd field free in air Calibration in a calibd field free in air 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Sv h -1 Cs-17 ISO 407 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Sv h -1 Co-60 ISO Photons, high 1,0E-06 5,0E-0 Sv h energy 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-0 1,0E+00 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-02 5,0E+01 Sv h 10 kv to 50 kv 1,0E-02 5,0E+01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv 1,0E-02 5,0E+01 Sv h 50 kv to 4 kv ISO 407 4MeV - 7 MeV ISO 407 Narrow Series, 10 kv to 40 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 60 kv to 00 kv Narrow Series 50 kv and 400 kv ISO 407 Wide Series, 60 kv to 00 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 10 kv to 0 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 60 kv to 00 kv High Air Kerma Series, 50 kv and 400 kv 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Sv h -1 Cs-17 ISO 407 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Sv h -1 Co-60 ISO 407 5,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv h -1 Beta radiation ISO 6980, Pm-147, Kr-85, Sr-90/Y-90, Ru-106/Rh-106 6,5 Responsible Task Remark 6. 16, 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, 18,6 AA , 18 1 December von 49

6 Work instruction 1058 Instrument Type or Method using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom 1061 using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom Calibration or Measurement Service Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 10 mm depth Instrument or Artifact Personal dosemeter Personal dosemeter Personal dosemeter Personal dosemeter Personal dosemeter Personal dosemeter Personal dosemeter Calibration in a calibd field using a phantom Calibration in a calibd field using a phantom 1,0E-05 1,0E-02 Sv 1,0E-05 1,0E-02 Sv 1,0E-05 1,0E-02 Sv 1,0E-04 1,0E-01 Sv 1,0E-0 5,0E+00 Sv 1,0E-0 5,0E+00 Sv 1,0E-0 5,0E+00 Sv X-rays, 10 kv to 50 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 10 kv to 50 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 10 kv to 40 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 60 kv to 00 kv Narrow Series 50 kv and 400 kv, PTB Report 4 (00), Rad. Prot. Dos. 12 (07) ISO 407 Wide Series, 60 kv to 00 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 10 kv to 0 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 60 kv to 00 kv High Air Kerma Series, 50 kv and 400 kv, PTB Report 4 (00), Rad. Prot. Dos. 12 (07) ,0E-06 1,0E+01 Sv Cs-17 ISO 407 1,0E-06 1,0E+01 Sv Co-60 ISO 407 Responsible Task Remark 6. 16, 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, 18 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December von 49

7 Work instruction 1067 using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom using a phantom Calibration in a calibd field using a phantom Calibration in a calibd field using a phantom Calibration or Measurement Service Personal dose in 10 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method 1,0E-06 5,0E-02 Sv Photon, high energy 1,0E-05 1,0E-01 Sv 1,0E-05 1,0E-01 Sv 1,0E-05 1,0E-01 Sv 1,0E-04 1,0E+00 Sv 1,0E-0 5,0E+01 Sv 1,0E-0 5,0E+01 Sv 1,0E-0 5,0E+01 Sv X-rays, 10 kv to 50 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 10 kv to 50 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv X-rays, 50 kv to 4 kv ISO MeV - 7 MeV ISO 407 Narrow Series, 10 kv to 40 kv Narrow Series 50 kv and 400 kv ISO 407 Narrow Series, 60 kv to 00 kv ISO 407 Wide Series, 60 kv to 00 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 10 kv to 0 kv ISO 407 High Air Kerma Series, 60 kv to 00 kv High Air Kerma Series, 50 kv and 400 kv 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Sv Cs-17 ISO 407 1,0E-06 5,0E+01 Sv Co-60 ISO 407 6,5 Responsible Task Remark 6. 16, 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, , 17, von 49

8 Work instruction 1077 Calibration or Measurement Service Personal dose in 0,07 mm depth Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Calibration in a calibd field using a phantom 1,0E-04 1,0E+00 Sv Beta radiation ISO 6980, Pm-147, Kr-85, Sr-90/Y-90, Ru-106/Rh-106 Responsible Task Remark,6 AA , 18 1 December Absorbed dose in soft tissue Beta ray reference source Calibration using primary standard extrapolation chamber 5,0E-04 1,0E-01 Gy h -1 Beta radiation ISO 6980, Pm-147, Tl-4, Kr-85, Sr-90/Y-90, Ru-106/Rh-106,6 AA December Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Air kerma Ambient dose Ambient dose Reference photon field Reference photon field Reference photon field Reference photon field Reference photon field Reference photon field Reference photon field 1,0E-08 2,0E-07 Gy h -1 Cs-17 1,0E-08 2,0E-07 Gy h -1 Co-60 1,0E-08 2,0E-07 Gy h -1 Co-57 1,0E-08 2,0E-07 Gy h -1 Am-241 1,0E-08 2,0E-07 Gy h -1 Ra-226 1,0E-08,0E-06 Sv h -1 Cs-17 1,0E-08,0E-06 Sv h -1 Co-60 collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m 4 AA AA-600- AA AA-600- AA AA-600- AA AA-600- AA AA-600- AA AA-600- AA AA December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December von 49

9 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Ambient dose Ambient dose Ambient dose Personal dose in mm depth Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Reference photon field Reference photon field Reference photon field Calibration in a calibd field using a phantom liquid scintillation counter, balance liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance 1,0E-08,0E-06 Sv h -1 Co-57 1,0E-08,0E-06 Sv h -1 Am-241 1,0E-08,0E-06 Sv h -1 Ra-226 1,0E-04 1,0E+00 Sv Beta radiation 1E+0 5E+04 Bq g -1 H- 5E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 H- collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m collimated field, source-detector, distance 2 m, field size 0,8 m ISO 6980 and J. Instrum. 6 (11) P11007, Sr-90/Y-90, Ru-106/Rh-106 Tritiated water in glass ampoule Tritiated water in glass ampoule AA AA-600- AA AA-600- AA AA-600- Responsible Task Remark ,7 AA , 18 1,7 AA , 0 1,4 AA , 0 2E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Be-7 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 1E+0 1E+07 Bq g -1 C-14 glass ampoule,0 AA , 0 1E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 F-18 glass ampoule 1,0 AA , 0 1E+04 1E+07 Bq g -1 Na-22 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 1E+04 1E+07 Bq g -1 Na-24 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 2E+0 2E+08 Bq g -1 P-2 glass ampoule 1,0 AA , 0 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 1 December 12 9 von 49

10 Work instruction 09 Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Liquid scintillation counter, balance Responsible Task Remark 5E+02 2E+08 Bq g -1 P- glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 10 Liquid scintillation counter, balance 2E+0 2E+08 Bq g -1 S-5 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 11 Liquid scintillation counter, balance 2E+0 2E+06 Bq g -1 Cl-6 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , E+04 2E+05 Bq g -1 Cr-51 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 2E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Cr-51 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 1E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Mn-54 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 15 Liquid scintillation counter, balance 2E+0 2E+06 Bq g -1 Fe-55 glass ampoule 2,5 AA , E+0 2E+07 Bq g -1 Co-56 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 2E+04 2E+05 Bq g -1 Co-57 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 2E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Co-57 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 2E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Co-58 glass ampoule 1,0 AA , 0 4E+0 2E+07 Bq g -1 Fe-59 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 4E+0 2E+07 Bq g -1 Co-60 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 22 Liquid scintillation counter, balance 1E+0 1E+06 Bq g -1 Ni-6 glass ampoule 1,7 AA , von 49

11 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance Responsible Task Remark 2E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Zn-65 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 5E+02 2E+07 Bq g -1 Cu-64 glass ampoule 2 AA ,0 2E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Ga-67 glass ampoule 2,5 AA , 0 2E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Ge-68/Ga-68 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 2E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Se-75 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 2E+04 2E+08 Bq g -1 Br-82 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 2E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Sr-85 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 1E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Y-88 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 2E+0 2E+05 Bq g -1 Sr-89 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 2E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Sr-89 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 4E+02 4E+04 Bq g -1 Sr-90/Y-90 glass ampoule 1,2 AA , 0 4E+04 4E+07 Bq g -1 Sr-90/Y-90 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 2E+0 2E+06 Bq g -1 Y-90 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 6 Liquid scintillation counter, balance 1E+0 2E+07 Bq g -1 Nb-9m glass ampoule 1 AA , von 49

12 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance Responsible Task Remark 2E+0 2E+06 Bq g -1 Nb-94 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 2E+04 1E+08 Bq g -1 Mo-99 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 2E+0 2E+06 Bq g -1 Tc-99 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 2E+04 1E+08 Bq g -1 Tc-99m glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 2E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Ru-10 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 2E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Ru-106 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 1E+0 5E+05 Bq g -1 Cd-109 glass ampoule 1,2 AA , 0 5E+05 1E+07 Bq g -1 Cd-109 glass ampoule 1,2 AA , 0 1E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ag-110m glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 1E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 In-111 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 1E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Sn-11 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 1E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 I-12 glass ampoule 2,2 AA , 0 1E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 Sb-124 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 1E+04 5E+07 Bq g -1 I-124 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 12 von 49

13 Work instruction Instrument Type or Method liquid scintillation counter, balance Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact Liquid scintillation counter, balance Responsible Task Remark 1E+04 1E+05 Bq g -1 Sb-125 glass ampoule 1,7 AA , 0 1E+05 5E+07 Bq g -1 Sb-125 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 1E+0 1E+05 Bq g -1 I-125 glass ampoule 1,7 AA , 0 1E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 I-125 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 1E+0 1E+05 Bq g -1 I-129 glass ampoule,0 AA , 0 1E+0 1E+05 Bq g -1 I-11 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 1E+05 1E+08 Bq g -1 I-11 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 4E+02 4E+04 Bq g -1 Ba-1 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ba-1 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 1E+0 1E+05 Bq g -1 Cs-14 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 1E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Cs-14 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 4E+02 4E+04 Bq g -1 Cs-17 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Cs-17 glass ampoule 1 AA , von 49

14 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Liquid scintillation counter, balance Liquid scintillation counter, balance Responsible Task Remark 4E+02 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ce-19 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 1E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ce-141 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 4E+02 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ce-144/Pr-144 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 4E+02 4E+05 Bq g -1 Pm-147 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+04 Bq g -1 Eu-152 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Eu-152 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Sm-15 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Gd-15 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Er-169 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Yb-169 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Lu-177 glass ampoule 1,2 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ta-182 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Re-186 glass ampoule 1 AA , von 49

15 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact Instrument Type or Method Liquid scintillation counter, balance Defined solid angle alpha counting, balance Defined solid angle alpha counting, balance Responsible Task Remark 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Re-188 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Ir-192 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Au-198 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Tl-1 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Hg- glass ampoule 1,0 AA , 0 1E+0 5E+05 Bq g -1 Tl-4 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , 0 5E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Tl-4 glass ampoule 1,0 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Bi-7 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 1E+0 1E+05 Bq g -1 Pb-210 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 1E+05 2E+07 Bq g -1 Pb-210 glass ampoule 1,5 AA , 0 1E+0 4E+04 Bq g -1 Th-22 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 1E+0 4E+04 Bq g -1 U-2 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 1E+02 5E+0 Bq g -1 Ra-226 glass ampoule 1,4 AA , von 49

16 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact, gas ampoule, gas ampoule, gas ampoule, gas ampoule,,, Instrument Type or Method Liquid scintillation counter, balance chamber chamber chamber Calibd NaI(Tl) detector Responsible Task Remark 1E+04 1E+06 Bq g -1 Np-27 glass ampoule 1 AA , 0 1E+0 4E+04 Bq g -1 Pu-28 glass ampoule 1,0 AA , 0 2E+0 2E+06 Bq g -1 Pu-241 glass ampoule 2 AA , 0 1E+0 4E+04 Bq g -1 Am-241 glass ampoule 0,7 AA , 0 4E+04 2E+07 Bq g -1 Am-241 glass ampoule 0,5 AA , 0 1E+06 1E+08 Bq Kr-85 glass ampoule AA E+08 5E+08 Bq Kr-85 glass ampoule 2 AA E+07 5E+08 Bq Xe-1 glass ampoule 2,5 AA E+05 2E+06 Bq Rn-222 stainless steel cylinder 2 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Be-7 active area < 5 mm 2 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Na-22 active area < 5 mm 0,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Na-24 active area < 5 mm 0,7 AA , 0 wird zur Zeit nicht angeboten von 49

17 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Emission Rate per Solid Angle Instrument or Artifact,,, (X-ray emitting),,,,,,, Instrument Type or Method X-ray spectrometry, balance Responsible Task Remark 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Cr-51 active area < 5 mm 0,7 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Mn-54 active area < 5 mm 0,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 s -1 sr -1 Fe-55 active area < 5 mm 2,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Co-56 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Co-57 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Co-58 active area < 5 mm 1,2 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Fe-59 active area < 5 mm 0,7 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Co-60 active area < 5 mm 0,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Zn-65 active area < 5 mm 1,4 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ga-67 active area < 5 mm 2,5 AA , von 49

18 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact,,,,,,,,,, Instrument Type or Method X-ray spectrometry, balance Responsible Task Remark 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ge-68/Ga-68 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Se-75 active area < 5 mm 1,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Sr-85 active area < 5 mm 0,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Y-88 active area < 5 mm 0,5 AA , 0 2E+0 2E+04 Bq Nb-9m active area < 5 mm 1,2 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ru-10 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ru-106 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Cd-109 active area < 5 mm 1,2 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ag-110m active area < 5 mm 1,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Sn-11 active area < 5 mm 2 AA , von 49

19 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact,,,,,,,,,, Instrument Type or Method Responsible Task Remark 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Sb-124 active area < 5 mm 1,4 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Sb-125 active area < 5 mm 1,7 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ba-1 active area < 5 mm 1,0 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Cs-14 active area < 5 mm 0,7 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Cs-17 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ce-19 active area < 5 mm 0,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ce-141 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Ce-1447Pr-144 active area < 5 mm 1,0 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Eu-152 active area < 5 mm 1,2 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Au-198 active area < 5 mm 0,7 AA , von 49

20 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Instrument or Artifact,,,,,,, extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source Instrument Type or Method Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Responsible Task Remark 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Hg- active area < 5 mm 1,0 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Tl-4 active area < 5 mm 1,0 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Bi-7 active area < 5 mm 1,5 AA , 0 4E+0 4E+05 Bq Pb-210 active area < 5 mm 1,5 AA , 0 1E+02 1E+04 Bq Ra-226 active area < 5 mm 2 AA , 0 5E+02 1E+0 Bq Am-241 active area < 5 mm 1 AA , 0 1E+0 4E+05 Bq Am-241 active area < 5 mm 0,7 AA , 0 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Po-210 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Th-228 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Th-20 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Th-22 no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications 1,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA von 49

21 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Surface emission of alpha particles Instrument or Artifact extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source extended area source Instrument Type or Method Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting Defined solid angle alpha counting 4 -proportional counter of a 4 - coincidence system 1E+01 1E+04 Bq U-2 1E+01 1E+04 Bq U-24 1E+01 1E+04 Bq U-25 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Np-27 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Pu-28 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Pu-29 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Pu-240 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Am-241 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Cm-242 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Am-24 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Cm-24 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Cm-244 2,5E+02 5E+02 s -1 Am-241 no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications no further specifications Responsible Task Remark 1,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA von 49

22 Work instruction Calibration or Measurement Service Surface emission of alpha particles by volume by volume fluence fluence fluence fluence fluence Instrument or Artifact extended area source Radon detectors Radon progeny detectors Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Instrument Type or Method 4 -proportional counter of a 4 - coincidence system Radon reference chamber Radon reference chamber Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor 5E+02 1E+04 s -1 Am-241 no further specifications 1 AA E+0 1E+05 Bq m - Rn-222 Rn-222 in air 2, E+02 1E+05 Bq m - Rn-222 progeny 5,0E-02 5E+00 cm -2 s -1 Mono-energetic reaction (at 1m from the source) 5,0E-01 5,0E+01 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 8E+00 8,0E+02 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 5E+00 5,0E+02 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 2,0E+01 2,0E+0 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) Rn-222 progeny in air, Equilibrium Factor 0,1 to 1,0 Unattached Fraction 0,01 to 0,9 24 kev Sc-45 (p,n) ISO kev Li-7 (p,n) 144 kev Li-7 (p,n) ISO kev Li-7 (p,n) ISO kev Li-7 (p,n) ISO ,0 6.1 Responsible Task Remark 11 AA AA ,2 AA ,9 AA ,8 AA wird zur Zeit nicht angeboten 09 May May May May May fluence Neutron sensitive device Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor,0e+01.0e+0 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 1.2 MeV H- (p,n) ISO ,0 AA May fluence fluence fluence Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor 7,0E+01 7,0E+0 cm -2 s -1 Mono-energetic reaction (at 1m from the source) 8,0E+01 8,0E+0 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 1,2E+02 1,2E+04 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 2.5 MeV H- (p,n) ISO MeV H-2 (d,n) ISO MeV H-2 (d,n),1 AA ,4 AA ,5 AA May May May von 49

23 Work instruction Neutron dosemeter 022 Neutron dosemeter 02 Neutron dosemeter 024 Neutron personal dosemeter 025 Neutron personal dosemeter 026 Calibration or Measurement Service fluence fluence fluence fluence fluence ambient dose ambient dose ambient dose personal dose personal dose personal dose Instrument or Artifact Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron sensitive device Neutron personal dosemeter Instrument Type or Method Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Calibration relative to calibd long counter monitor Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources Irradiation with calibd neutron sources 8,0E+01 8,0E+0 cm -2 s -1 Mono-energetic reaction (at 1m from the source) 1,2E+01 1,2E+0 cm -2 s -1 reaction (at 1m from Mono-energetic the source) 1,5E+01 2,2E+0 cm -2 s -1 (at 1m from the Neutron spectrum source) 1,8E+0 1,8E+0 cm -2 s -1 (at 1m from the Neutron spectrum source) 2,5E+01 2,5E+01 cm -2 s -1 (at 1m from the Neutron spectrum source) 2,0E-05,0E-0 Sv h -1 (at 1m from the Neutron spectrum source) 7,2E-04 7,2E-04 Sv h -1 (at 1m from the Neutron spectrum source),4e-05,4e-05 Sv h -1 (at 1m from the Neutron spectrum source) Neutron spectrum (at 1m from the 2,0E-05,0E-0 Sv h -1 source and for an angle of incidence of 0 deg) Neutron spectrum (at 1m from the 7,2E-04 7,2E-04 Sv h -1 source and for an angle of incidence of 0 deg) Neutron spectrum (at 1m from the,4e-05,4e-05 Sv h -1 source and for an angle of incidence of 0 deg) 14.8 MeV H- (d,n) ISO MeV H- (d,n) ISO bare Cf-252 ISO D 2O-mod.Cf-252 ISO PTB-N-4 (1998) Am-241 / Be-9 ISO bare Cf-252 ISO D 2O-mod.Cf-252 ISO PTB-N-4 (1998) Am-241 / Be-9 ISO bare Cf-252 ISO D 2O-mod.Cf-252 ISO PTB-N-4 (1998) Am-241 / Be-9 ISO Responsible Task Remark 5,0 AA ,1 AA , AA ,4 AA ,6 AA ,6 2,4 AA ,4 AA AA ,6 2,4 AA , 22 7,4 AA , 22 5 AA , May May May May May May May May May May May von 49

24 Geplante Einträge in The BIPM key comparison database (KCDB) Work instruction Responsible Task Remark Zur Zeit keine Einträge von 49

25 Messmöglichkeiten außerhalb des CIPM-MRA Work instruction Responsible Task Remark Radioaktivität 001 Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 C Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Na Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 P Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 S Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Cl Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Co Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Ni Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Sr Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Sr-90/Y Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Y Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Tc Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Ru-106 1,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA von 49

26 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 01 Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Cs Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Pm Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Tl Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Po Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Th Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Th Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Th-22 0 Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 U Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 U Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Np Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Pu Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Pu Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Pu Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Am-241 1,5 AA ,5 AA ,5 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA von 49

27 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 027 Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Cm Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Am Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Cm Surface Emission Rate 1E+01 1E+04 s -1 Cm-244 1,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA ,0 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq C-14 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Na-22 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq P-2 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq S-5 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Cl-6 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Co-60 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Ni-6 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Sr-89 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Sr-90/Y-90 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Y-90 2,5 AA von 49

28 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 041 1E+01 1E+04 Bq Tc-99 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Ru-106 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Cs-17 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Pm-147 2,5 AA E+01 1E+04 Bq Tl-4 2,5 AA Photon Emission Rate 1E+0 1E+05 s kev 6, , Photon Emission Rate 1E+0 1E+05 s kev 2, , Photon Emission Rate 1E+0 2E+05 s kev , Photon Emission Rate 1E+0 2E+05 s kev 2, , Photon Emission Rate 1E+0 2E+05 s kev 1, , Photon Surface Emission Rate 1E+02 5E+04 s -1 Co Photon Surface Emission Rate 1E+02 5E+04 s -1 Co Photon Surface Emission Rate 1E+02 5E+04 s -1 Cs Photon Surface Emission Rate 1E+02 5E+04 s -1 Am von 49

29 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 058 1E+02 1E+06 Bq g -1 Ac-227 2,4 AA E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Be E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Be E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Na E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Na E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Al E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Al E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 K E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 K E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Cr E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Cr E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Mn E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Mn E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Co-56 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

30 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 059 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Co E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Co E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Co E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Co E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Co E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Fe E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Fe E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Co E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Co E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Zn E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Zn E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Se E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Se E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Sr-85,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

31 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Sr E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Y E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Y E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Zr-95/Nb-95m 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Zr-95/Nb-95m 060 1E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Mo-99/Tc-99m 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Mo-99/Tc-99m 060 1E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ru E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ru E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ru E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ru E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ag-108m 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ag-108m 060 5E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Cd-109 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

32 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Cd E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ag-110m 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ag-110m 060 1E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Sn E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Sn E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Sb E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Sb E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Sb E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Sb E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 I E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 I E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ba E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ba E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Cs-14,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

33 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Cs E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Cs E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Cs E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ce E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ce E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ba E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ba E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 La E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 La E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ce E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ce E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ce E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ce E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Eu-152,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

34 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Eu E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Eu E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Eu E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Lu E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Lu E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Au E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Au E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Hg E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Hg-,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, E-0 5E-02 Bq g -1 Pb-210/Bi ,0 AA AA , 05, E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Pb-210/Bi E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ra-226 and gamma-ray emitting progenies in equilibrium 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 emitting progenies in Ra-226 and gamma-ray equilibrium 060 5E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 emitting progenies in Ac-227 and gamma-ray equilibrium 5,0 AA AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

35 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 emitting progenies in Ac-227 and gamma-ray equilibrium 060 1E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Ra-228/Ac E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Ra-228/Ac E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Th-228 and gamma-ray emitting progenies in equilibrium 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 emitting progenies in Th-228 and gamma-ray equilibrium 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 U E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Th24 and U-28 in equilibrium with Pa-14m 060 5E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Am E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Am E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 U E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 U E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 U E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 U E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 U-28 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 5,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06 10,0 AA , 05, 06,0 AA , 05, 06 15, , 05, 06 5, , 05, 06 15, , 05, 06 5, , 05, 06 15, , 05, von 49

36 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 060 5E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 U E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Th E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Th E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Th E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Th E-04 5E-02 Bq g -1 Th E-02 1E+0 Bq g -1 Th-22 5, , 05, 06 15, , 05, 06 5, , 05, 06 15, , 05, 06 5, , 05, 06 15, , 05, 06 5, , 05, by volume 5E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Be-7 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Be-7 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Na-22 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Na-22 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Al-26 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Al-26 liquid 5,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 K-40 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

37 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 061 by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 K-40 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Cr-51 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Cr-51 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Mn-54 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Mn-54 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Co-56 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Co-56 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Co-57 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Co-57 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Co-58 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Co-58 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Fe-59 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Fe-59 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Co-60 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

38 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 061 by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Co-60 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Zn-65 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Zn-65 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Se-75 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Se-75 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Sr-85 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Sr-85 liquid 5,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Y-88 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Y-88 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Zr-95/Nb-95m liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Zr-95/Nb-95m liquid 5,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Mo-99/Tc-99m liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Mo-99/Tc-99m liquid 5,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Ru-10 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

39 Work instruction Responsible Task Remark 061 by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Ru-10 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Ru-106 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Ru-106 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Ag-108m liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Ag-108m liquid 5,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Cd-109 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Cd-109 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Ag-110m liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Ag-110m liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Sn-11 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Sn-11 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Sb-124 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, by volume 5E-02 1E+0 Bq ml -1 Sb-124 liquid,0 AA , 05, by volume 1E-04 5E-02 Bq ml -1 Sb-125 liquid 10,0 AA , 05, von 49

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