millicurie


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mil·li·cu·rie (mc, mCi),

(mil'i-kyū'rē),
A unit of radioactivity equivalent to 3.7 × 107 disintegrations per second.
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mil·li·cu·rie

(mCi) (mil'i-kyūr'ē)
A unit of radioactivity equivalent to 3.7 × 107 disintegrations per second.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

mil·li·cu·rie

(mc) (mil'i-kyūr'ē)
A unit of radioactivity equivalent to 3.7 × 107 disintegrations per second.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Glycine can be labeled at either or both carbon atoms to yield specific activities of up to 120 millicuries per millimole.
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Both groups then received 100 millicuries of iodine 131.
Students requesting the seminar were deeply troubled, partly by the cancer scare associated with the 30 years of radioactive decay by some 26 millicuries in buried tracer substance, and partly by the ugly inferences of genocidal motivations toward the Inupiat on the part of the AEC and its accomplices.
Developed in South Africa primarily as a combat sight, the Armson is "powered" by 160 millicuries of tritium and as such is radioactive.