Irradiation of agricultural products is used to optimize properties and pest control and also increase the storage time of products. The desired irradiation result is obtained when the required dose is given to the sample. Dosimetry is a method for separating and classifying materials and equipment that is provided to the user to confirm the acceptance of irradiation and control the performance. In this work, Chromium Nitrate solutions with concentrations of 0.16, 0.24, and 0.32 mM have been prepared and irradiated with gamma rays between 100 to 1000 Gy. The purpose of this study is to investigate the dosimetry of these samples in the range of irradiation of agricultural products. Results show that the higher concentration sample is linear in about 100 to 1000 Gy dosimetry range and the optimal concentration must be found to achieve a stable sample in about 3 weeks periods. Also, samples that are in a darker environment are more stable than samples that are in a lighter environment.
• Chromium Nitrate solutions with different concentrations have been prepared.
• Irradiation was performed with gamma rays.
• Dosimetery factors was invesitegitaed in the range of irradiation of agricultural products.