The calculated values of absorbed dose rate, radium equivalent activity, the external hazard index and annual effective dose equivalent
have been found approximately same for all the investigated surface and sub surface samples except for sample 86, which has slightly lower values for sub surface soil.
The data clearly demonstrate that the Compton scattered photons contribute significantly to the measured exposure rate or ambient dose equivalent
rate in this source-detector geometry.
Comparing the data for the three sub-environments, we find that the highest dose equivalent
Interpolation of these curves to zero TL intensity (TL=0) gives the dose equivalent
(Q); this was determined each 10[degress]C temperature intervals in the range from 250 up to 400[degrees]C for T6 sample.
The obtained values of gamma dose rate, radium equivalent activity, radiation hazard index and annual effective dose equivalent
were found below the recommended safety limits.
QUIZ CHALLENGE:1 Gun dogs; 2 The dose equivalent
of radiation; 3 Chile; 4 One troy ounce; 5 Christian Lacroix.
Using RPFs, we calculated a pregnant woman's cumulative OP pesticide dose equivalent
with the following equation:
He received a radiation dose equivalent
to 6,500 full body X-rays, but Mrs Denson was denied a war widow's pension because of the suicide.
The contribution of airborne radioactive releases from the Comurhex site expressed as a dose equivalent
for the reference group is estimated to be a total of 5.
Low-dose nonenhanced helical CT of renal colic: assessment of ureteric stone detection and measurement of effective dose equivalent
This formula has been replaced by a cumulative dose equivalent
of 10 mSv (1 rem) x age in years.
1 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Lieber and his colleagues describe a study in which they gave 20 healthy men breakfast followed by a glass of orange juice spiked with an alcohol dose equivalent
to 1 1/2 glasses of wine or beer.