exposure dose


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ex·po·sure dose

the radiation dose, expressed in roentgens, delivered at a point in free air.
Synonym(s): air dose

ex·po·sure dose

(eks-pō'zhŭr dōs)
The radiation dose, expressed in roentgens, delivered at a point in free air.

ex·po·sure dose

(eks-pō'zhŭr dōs)
Radiation dose, expressed in roentgens, delivered at a point in free air.
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A higher value of the exposure dose indicates a higher impact on occupants.
Thus, all 3 hosts (GSW farmed abalone, wild-caught juveniles and wild-caught adults) demonstrated similar mortality curves, resulting in similar cumulative mortalities for the 3 exposure doses used.
11) From these data and theoretical considerations, maximum permissible exposure doses or limits are established and adopted by ANSI Z136.
However, because 25 of the patients with R-type ACSSuTNx were part of an outbreak, they may have had an average higher exposure dose, which may have contributed to some deaths (3).
A HQ is calculated based on a model relating exposure dose (ED) to accepted media toxicity reference values (TRVs) for selected species representing end-point receptor niches, typically earthworms, shrews, and robins.
This funding supports gene expression and development services which will demonstrate the feasibility of HTG's qNPA[TM] assay and a radiation signature to measure exposure dose of radiation.
The results are presented in Figure 3, in which the graphical form of the exposure dose metric is displayed in deciles of fractional area.
As for the radiation exposure of workers engaging in restoration work at the Fukushima plant, the report said around 7,800 workers had entered the area as of May 23 with an average exposure dose of 7.
This reduces examination time as well as the exposure dose and contrast medium dose, and provides significantly more accurate diagnosis, as the organ is scanned in a single rotation and in a single moment.
Exposure dose, D, is defined for the purposes of this discussion as
An effective, less expensive lithography technique used to control variability is called dose compensation, where the exposure dose is adjusted using a software algorithm for a specific area on the wafer.