exposure dose

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exposure dose

The exposure dose at a given point is a measurement of radiation in relation to its ability to produce ionization. The unit of measurement of the exposure dose is the roentgen.
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According to reports, the air dose rates in the Fukushima Prefecture are relatively lower with Fukushima City at 0.
The rounded coordinates were subsequently used to obtain the air dose rate near the subject's residences, and also to group the subjects according to the municipalities where they currently live.
Department of Energy measured radiation air dose rates in Fukushima following the accident, rates which ranged from one to 10 microsieverts ([micro]Sv) per hour.