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intensity

 [in-ten´sĭ-te]
strength, force, or concentration.
intensity of nursing care a term in the nursing minimum data set, defined as the total time and staff mix of nursing personnel resources consumed by an individual patient or client during the episode of care under review.

in·ten·si·ty

(in-ten'si-tē),
1. Marked tension; great activity; often used simply to denote a measure of the degree or amount of some quality.
2. The magnitude of acoustic energy, energy flux, field strength, or force.
[L. in- tendo, pp. -tensus, to stretch out]

in·ten·si·ty

(in-ten'si-tē)
Marked tension; great activity; often used simply to denote a measure of the degree or amount of some quality.
[L. in- tendo, pp. -tensus, to stretch out]

in·ten·si·ty

(I) (in-ten'si-tē)
1. Marked tension; great activity; often used simply to denote a measure of the degree or amount of some quality.
2. The magnitude of acoustic energy, energy flux, field strength, or force.
[L. in- tendo, pp. -tensus, to stretch out]

intensity

the dose-rate (mA⋅s) of the beam of x-rays; the further the film is from the source of x-rays the less intense is the beam.
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This methodology is susceptible to conversion errors twice: once when converting color/intensity to voltage or frequency and second, interpreting the voltage or frequency to the equivalent color or intensity.
Before subjecting the luminaries to vibration, intensity measurements were carried out and intensity data from before and after the vibrations were compared.
Consistent with their predictions, Paige and colleagues found that Vietnam veterans with PTSD had significantly reduced P2 amplitude intensity slopes compared with veterans without PTSD [1].
In this study, the researchers compared the effects of high intensity/long duration, high intensity/short duration, and moderate intensity exercise on blood lipid profiles.
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Moreover, the blue light's intensity, 400 lux, which is comparable to the light reflected from a well-lit desktop, yielded symptom reductions comparable to those seen in other studies using glaring, 10,000-1ux white light.