There was also a statistically significant difference in air kerma
between the various phases, [chi square] (2) = 89.606, p < 0.0001.
Groenewald, "Air kerma
rate constants for radionuclides," Eur.
The information about the flux density of thermal neutrons designated for different distances between the source and the detector and a flux to kerma
conversion coefficient was used, which allowed for the determination of dose values used in respect of exposed detectors.
donde ESAK: kerma
aire en la superficie de entrada, en el punto donde el eje del haz de rayos X incide en el PMMA.
Since the incident air kerma
to be measured is generally only slightly higher than background levels, the standards and guidance documents in Table 1 generally recommend, for sensitivity, using a largevolume, free-air (thin-walled) ionization chamber (IC) with a high-quality electrometer with 0.1 pC resolution for the charge collection.
We were a group of young men (seven or more) from Kerma
; those I remember are: Abu Haurira, my friend of 16 years, Yahya Abdel Hamied, Mohamed Al Hadi, Mohamed Hassan, Dya Al Dein Abdel Wahab and Smai Naser.
AE 1930, 133 (Ain Kerma
): Quintus, Mucat^ali f(ilius), eq(ues) alae | Pann(on)iorum I, | tur(ma) Liccaionis, an| nor(um) XXXV, natione Thra | cus, milita(uit) a(nnorum) XVII.
(7) The measurement of these dose quantities can be achieved by direct measurements using thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs), indirect measurement of physical test phantoms (8) and kerma
area product (KAP) meters.
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: Kermorgant tries to chip Marshall (right) while Zidane (below right) also liked to try it on at penalties
On behalf of the Cuban government, the minister for Foreign Investment and Economic Cooperation, Marta Lomas, received the donation from Ahcene Kerma
, the Algerian ambassador to Havana.