Radiation Converter

If you face the task to work with numerous radiation units and convert them, then a radiation converter is exactly the thing you need. It performs such calculations without errors and in a fraction of a second.

Popular Unit Conversions Radiation Calculator

The most used and popular units of radiation calculator conversions are presented for quick and free access.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Radiation?

Different modern sources of information on radioactivity contain a huge variety of units, such as roentgens, rems, rads, grays, sieverts, curies, becquerels and even gram equivalents of radium. They are all about measuring radiation but use different backgrounds and formulas for this.

Therefore, a modern radiation calculator helps not to get confused among this information and quickly get an error-free conversion result.

How to Calculate Radiation?

The first standard for radioactivity measurements became an ampoule with 1 mg of radium. Curie unit appeared from it and meant the activity of a compound equal to decay of 3.7*1010 atoms during specific time. The number derived from 1 g of radium-226 atoms.

Curie was not utilized internationally and was later replaced by becquerel. It shows the radioactivity of one disintegration per second. Further on, other units appear that measure different doses and exposure to them.

How to Use the Radiation Converter?

The user can open a radiation conversion calculator as a browser or mobile version. There is no need to download it or create an account for its utilization.

What are the steps of conversion?

A radiation unit conversion is done as follows:

  • Open the required calculator, where you will see two lists;
  • Select the initial unit on the right side and the needed one on the left side;
  • Enter the value for conversion in the blank bar on the left;
  • Click on the Convert button.

How do I get a result?

The result instantly appears on the screen. One can copy it or send it to another user. The number of conversions is unlimited.