[ RadSafe ] SI/Conventional units wallet card

William Lipton doctorbill34 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 11 10:01:33 CDT 2015

The attached page was published in the operational hp supplement to "Health
Physics," many years ago.  I find that it's still useful.


On Sat, Apr 11, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Rees, Brian G <brees at lanl.gov> wrote:

> A few weeks ago I saw a nifty plastic wallet card that had SI and
> conventional units on it for quick reference.  I'm sure somebody on Radsafe
> knows where I could get a few of them.  Yes, I KNOW that we should all be
> bi-unit able, but for some of us that don't have to all the time this
> looked like a useful thing to have available....  And yes, I know how to
> convert between them all, but when conversing with someone it's nice to
> have a ready reference.
> Where can I get some of them?
> Thanks,
> Brian Rees
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