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mCi

 
millicurie.

MCI


mCi

Abbreviation for millicurie.

mCi

millicurie; one thousandth (10−3) of a curie.

mCi

abbreviation for millicurie.

mCi

Symbol for millicurie, see there.

MCi

Symbol for megacurie, see there.

MCI

Abbreviation for:
mandibular cortical index
manually controlled infusion
mass casualty incident  
mean cardiac index
mild cognitive impairment
mean cardiac index
mucociliary clearability index
multiple casualty incident

mCi

Abbreviation for millicurie.

mCi

millicurie; a non-SI unit now replaced by the becquerel.
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