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ISO 11665-1

Measurement of radioactivity in the environment — Air: radon-222 — Part 1: Origins of radon and its short-lived decay products and associated measurement methods

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 September 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 42
ICS Code (Air quality in general): 13.040.01
ICS Code (Radiation measurements): 17.240
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This document outlines guidance for measuring radon-222 activity concentration and the potential alpha energy concentration of its short-lived decay products in the air.

The measurement methods fall into three categories:

a) spot measurement methods;

b) continuous measurement methods;

c) integrated measurement methods.

This document provides several methods commonly used for measuring radon-222 and its short-lived decay products in air.

This document also provides guidance on the determination of the inherent uncertainty linked to the measurement methods described in its different parts.

Document History

ISO 11665-1
September 1, 2019
Measurement of radioactivity in the environment — Air: radon-222 — Part 1: Origins of radon and its short-lived decay products and associated measurement methods
This document outlines guidance for measuring radon-222 activity concentration and the potential alpha energy concentration of its short-lived decay products in the air. The measurement methods fall...
July 15, 2012
Measurement of radioactivity in the environment - Air: radon-222 - Part 1: Origins of radon and its short-lived decay products and associated measurement methods
This part of ISO 11665 outlines guidance for measuring radon-222 activity concentration and the potential alpha energy concentration of its short-lived decay products in the air. The measurement...

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