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In the 747A Building, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers use the BOMAB (Bottle Manikin Absorption) phantom to calibrate systems used to detect and quantify the amount of radioactive materials in workers. The phantom simulates the geometry and tissue density of a reference human male.

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Document Title: BOMAB Phantom
Category: Nuclear Research and Facilities
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: September 12, 2003
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