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microcurie

 (μCi) [mi″kro-ku´re]
one millionth (10−6) of a curie.

mi·cro·cu·rie (mcCi),

(mī'krō-kū'rē),
One-millionth of a curie; a quantity of any radionuclide with 3.7 × 104 disintegrations per second.

microcurie (μCi)

[mī′krōkyoo͡r′ē]
Etymology: Gk, mikros + curie, Marie Curie
a unit of radioactivity equal to one millionth of a curie, or 3.70 × 104 disintegrations per second. See also curie.

mi·cro·cu·rie

(mcCi) (mī'krō-kyūr'ē)
One millionth of a curie; a quantity of any radionuclide with 3.7 × 104 disintegrations per second.

mi·cro·cu·rie

(mcCi) (mī'krō-kyūr'ē)
One millionth of a curie; a quantity of any radionuclide with 3.7 × 104 disintegrations per second.

microcurie,

n one millionth of a curie.

microcurie

one-millionth (10−6) curie; abbreviated μCi. A non-SI unit, now replaced by the becquerel.