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Whittaker B, Watts M F The Influence of Ambient Temperature and Time on the Radiation Response of Harwell Red 4034 PMMA Dosimeters IEAE-SM-356/51, 1998
Watts M F The Influence of Dose Rate, Irradiation Temperature and Post-Irradiation Storage Conditions on the Radiation Response of Harwell Gammachrome YR® PMMA Dosimeters IAEA-SM-356/57, 1998
Watts M F The Influence of Dose Rate, Irradiation Temperature and Post-Irradiation Storage Conditions on the Radiation Response of Harwell Amber 3042 PMMA Dosimeters IAEA-SM-356/50, 1998
Fairand B Calibration of a Polymethylmethacrylate Routine Dosimetry System Radiat. Phys. Chem., Vol 52, 1, pp. 523-536, 1998
Whittaker B, Bett R, Plested M E, Watts M F Extending the Dose Range of the Red 4034 PMMA Dosimeter Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 49, 4, 1997, pp. 505-508
Biramontri S, Haneda N, Tachibana H and Kojima T Effect of Low Irradiation Temperature on the Gamma-Ray Response of Dyed and Undyed PMMA Dosimeters Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 48, No. 1, pp. 105-109, 1996
Glover K M, Plested M E, Watts M F, Whittaker B Parameters Relevant to the Response of Harwell PMMA Dosimeters to Gamma and Electron Irradiation Harwell Dosimeters Ltd Report Number 0149(H)
Whittaker B Uncertainties in Absorbed Dose as Measured using PMMA Dosimeters Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 42, 1993, pp. 841-844
Glover K M, Plested M E, Watts M F, Whittaker B A Study of Some Parameters Relevant to the Response of Harwell PMMA Dosimeters to Gamma and Electron Irradiation Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 42, 1993, pp. 739-742
Guide to Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement, International Standardization Organization. Available from ISO Central Secretariat, Post Box 56, CH-1211 Geneva, Switzerland ISBN 92-67-10188-9, 1993
Sohrabpour M, Kazemi A A, Mousavi H, Solati K Temperature Response of a Number of Plastic Dosimeters for Radiation Processing Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 42, 1993, pp. 783-787
Miller A Radiat. Phys. Chem., Vol 42, 4-6, pp. 731-738, 1993
Kojima T, Haneda N, Mitomo S Tachibana H and Tanaka R The Gamma-Ray Response of Clear Polymethylmethacrylate Dosimeter, Radix RN15 J. Appl. Rad. and Isotopes, Vol 43, No. 10, p. 1197, 1992
Al-Sheikhly M, Chappas W J McLaughlin W L, Humphreys J C Effects of Absorbed Dose-Rate Irradiation Temperature and Post- Irradiation Temperature on the Gamma-Ray Response of Red Perspex Dosimeters, Proceedings of an International Symposium, High Dose Dosimetry for Radiation Processing, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna IAEA Publication STI/PUB/846, 1991
Whittaker B A New PMMA Dosimeter for Low Doses and Low Temperatures Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 35, 1990, pp. 699-702
Barrett J H, Glover K M, McLaughlin W L, Sharpe P H G, Watts M F, Whittaker B A High-Dose Intercomparison Study Involving Red 4034 “Perspex” and Radiochromic Dye Film, UKAEA AERE-R13159, Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 36, 1990, pp. 505-507
Miller A, Chadwick K H Dosimetry for the Approval of Food Irradiation Processes Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 34, 1989, pp. 999-1004
McLaughlin W L, Boyd A W, Chadwick K H, McDonald J, Miller A Dosimetry for Radiation Processing (Textbook), Taylor and Francis (publishers, London, New York Philadelphia, 1989
Shaffer H L, Garcia R D Practical Application of Dosimetry Systems Utilised in Radiation Processing of Medical Devices Radiat. Phys. Chem., Vol 31, 4-6, pp. 497-504, 1988
Absorbed Dose Determination in Photon and Electron Beams, IAEA, Vienna IAEA Technical Report No. 277, 1987
Miller A Dosimetry for Radiation Processing, Proceedings of and International Symposium on Radiation Chemistry and Processing, Czechoslovakia Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 28, 1986, pp. 521-529
Whittaker B, Watts M F, Mellor S, Heneghan M High Dose Dosimetry, Proc. Int. Symp. on High Dose Dosimetry Vienna (1985) 293-305
Glover K M, King M, Watts M F High Dose Dosimetry, Porch. Int. Symp. on High Dose Dosimetry IAEA, Vienna (1985) 373-395
Glover K M, King M, Watts M F Calibration and Intercomparison of Red 4034 Perspex Dosimeters, High Dose Dosimetry IAEA STI/PUB/671, ISBN92-0-010085, Paper SM-272/6
Whittaker B, Watts M F, Mellor S, Heneghan M Some Parameters Affecting the Radiation Response and Post-Irradiation Stability of Red 4034 “Perspex” Dosimeters, Proceedings of the International Symposium, High Dose Dosimetry IAEA Publications STI/PUB/671 Vienna, 1984
Chadwick K H The Effect of Humidity on the Response of HX “Perspex” Dosimeters IAEA Report TECDOX-321. 1984
Ellis S C, Barrett J H, Morris W T Radiation Standards and Dosimetry for Radiation Processing, Proceedings of the International Conference, Radiation Processing for Plastics and Rubber, Cambridge, UK
Mellor S Dosimetry Systems for Package Irradiation Plants AERE R 11194, 1983
Barrett J H Dosimetry with Dyed and Undyed Acrylic Plastic Int. J. Appl. Rad. and Isotopes, Vol 33, pp. 1177-1187, 1982
Barrett J H, Sharpe P H G, Stuart I P An Investigation, Over the Range of Conditions Occurring in Radiation Processing Plants, of the Performance of Routine Dosimeters of the Type Based on Polymethylmethacrylate Part 2 NPL Report RS52, 1981
Miller A, McLaughlin W L High Dose Measurements in Industrial Radiation Processing IAEA Technical Report No. 205, 119, 1981
Barrett J H, Sharpe P H G, Stuart I P UK NPL Report RS49, 1980
Chadwick K H Radiation Measurements and Quality Control Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 14, 1979, pp. 203-212
Levine H, McLaughlin W L, Miller A Temperature and Humidity Effects on the Gamma-Ray Response and Stability of Plastics and Dyed-Plastic Dosimeters Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 14, 1979 pp. 551-574
Olejnik T A Red 4034 “Perspex” Dosimeters in Industrial Radiation Sterilization Process Control Rad. Phys. Chem., Vol 14, 1979 pp. 431-447
Miller A, Bjergbakke E, McLaughlin W L Some Limitations in the Use of Plastic and Dyed Plastic Dosimeters Int. J. Appl. Rad. and Isotopes Vol 26, pp. 611-620, 1975
Chu R D H, Antonaides M T Use of Ceric Sulphate and Perspex Dosimeters for Calibration of Irradiation Facilities, International Atomic Energy Agency Publication IAEA Report SM192/14, 1975
Chadwick K H The Effect of Light Exposure on the Optical Density of Irradiated Clear Polymethylmethacrylate Phys. Med. Biol., Vol 17, 1972, pp. 88-93
Whittaker B Recent Development in Poly(MethylMethacrylate)/Dye Systems for Dosimetry Purposes, Proceedings of the International Symposium, Radiation Dose and Dose Distribution Measurements in the Megarad range NPL, UK, 1970
Whittaker B Radiation Dosimetry Manual, Eds. Holm NW, Berry R J, Marcel Dekker New York (1970) 363
Orton C G Phys. Med. Biol. 11, 377, 1966
Whittaker B Radiation Dosimetry Technique using Commercial Red “Perspex” AERE R 3360, 1964
Boag J W, Dolphin G W Rotblat J. Radiat. Res. 9, 589, 1958