absorbed dose


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absorbed dose

n
(General Physics) the amount of energy transferred by nuclear or ionizing radiation to a unit mass of absorbing material

absorbed dose

The amount of energy imparted by nuclear (or ionizing) radiation to unit mass of absorbing material. The unit is the rad.
Translations
dose absorbée
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PRESAGE has optical attenuation coefficient that changes linearly with absorbed dose.
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The main objective of this article is to investigate the individual and the interaction effects of four process parameters namely; absorbed dose, monomer concentration, reaction temperature and reaction time against percent grafting yield (%GY) for radiation induced grafting of sorbic acid onto polypropylene films by using full factorial experimental design.
In Table 2, the calculated values of absorbed dose rate, radium equivalent activity, the external hazard index and annual effective dose equivalent were found to be higher for smaller grain sizes except for sample XI74, where the absorbed dose rate, radium equivalent activity and annual effective dose equivalent were slightly higher for grain sizes <2 mm and >1 mm, compared to grain size <1 mm and >0.
For alanine system multi-dose comparisons an absorbed dose of 1 kGy is a preferred starting point.
This radiograph was assessed as having an absorbed dose less than 300 rad as there was no skin blistering.
24) The absorbed dose to the breast for a perfusion scan is 0.