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an instrument for measuring the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (usually by the photochemical effect)

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Potassium iodide as a chemical actinometer for 254 nm radiation: Use of iodate as an electron scavenger.
While chemical actinometers can be used to measure sample dose, selecting a suitable chemical actinometer involves trade-offs.
The ferrioxalate and iodide actinometers in the UV region.
The AT-50 actinometers, continuously in use in actinometric networks in the territory of the former USSR, have the full field of view, FOV = 10[degrees].
This discrepancy can mainly be explained by a peculiarity of Savinov-Yanishevsky thermoelectric actinometers (operational pyrheliometers) AT50, used for observations of broadband direct beam at Toravere.