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becquerel (Bq) [bek-ĕ-rel´]
the SI unit of radioactivity, defined as the quantity of a radionuclide that undergoes one decay per second; one curie
equals 3.7 × 1010
Etymology: Antoine H. Becquerel, French physicist, 1852-1908
the SI unit of radioactivity, equal to one radioactive decay per second. See also curie
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said that organisational and logistical preparations would be completed soon in order to ensure the success of the event, adding that the massive participation of ministries, companies and institutions from inside and outside Bahrain is a living proof of the growing awareness of the Bahraini decision-makers on the need to improve the quality of services and products in the public and private sectors and consolidate the competitive potentials of institutions, in accordance with the Kingdom's Economic Vision, 2030.
Sec-Gen said a number of international speakers have been invited to participate in the event in an attempt to promote Bahrain's quality experience and to import the latest international quality systems.
President Khalid Jassim Bumateah that the focus on quality was selected due to the fact that it is one of t he most challenging issues for all leading establishments.