- ASTM D7283, 2013 Edition, Standard Test Method for Alpha and Beta Activity in Water By Liquid Scintillation Counting
- BS EN 16237, Corrigendum 1 for 2013 Edition, Classification of non-electrical sources of incoherent optical radiation
- BS EN 50566, 2013 Edition, Product standard to demonstrate compliance of radio frequency fields from handheld and body-mounted wireless communication devices used by the general public (30 MHz - 6 GHz)
- BS EN 61674, 2013 Edition, Medical electrical equipment. Dosimeters with ionization chambers and/or semiconductor detectors as used in X-ray diagnostic imaging
- BS ISO 13165-1, 2013 Edition, Water quality. Radium-226. Test method using liquid scintillation counting
- IEC 60544-1, Edition 3.0, Electrical insulating materials - Determination of the effects of ionizing radiation - Part 1: Radiation interaction and dosimetry
- ISO 13165-1, 1st Edition, Water quality - Radium-226 - Part 1: Test method using liquid scintillation counting
- ISO 51261, 2nd Edition, Practice for calibration of routine dosimetry systems for radiation processing
- ISO 51275, 3rd Edition, Practice for use of a radiochromic film dosimetry system
- ISO 51607, 3rd Edition, Practice for use of the alanine-EPR dosimetry system
- ISO 51631, 3rd Edition, Practice for use of calorimetric dosimetry systems for electron beam dose measurements and dosimetery system calibrations
- ISO 51650, 3rd Edition, Practice for use of a cellulose triacetate dosimetry system
- ISO 51702, 3rd Edition, Practice for dosimetry in a gamma facility for radiation processing
- ISO 51818, 3rd Edition, Practice for dosimetry in an electron beam facility for radiation processing at energies between 80 and 300 keV
- ISO 51940, 3rd Edition, Guide for dosimetry for sterile insects release programs
- ISO 52116, 2nd Edition, Practice for dosimetry for a self-contained dry-storage gamma irradiator
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