dose rate


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dose rate

[′dōs ‚rāt]
(nucleonics)
The rate at which nuclear radiation is delivered.
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For example, if the OEG for a mission is 10 cGy and a survey team enters the target facility with an Rtb set at 10 cGy/hr, as long as that dose rate is not exceeded, the team may stay in the location for at least one hour.
This indicated that EB irradiation at the higher dose rate promoted the transesterification reactions, and block copolymers and more random copolymers were formed.
However, this technique means no dose rate reduction from having an angled x-ray beam.
If the dose rate is not identical throughout the vessel, the concentrations of [H.
69 Mrad/h dose rate clearly had more negative effect on Klason lignin levels than did either the steam sterilization or the lower 0.
Cosgrove says the treatment delivery speeds attributable to Agility and High Dose Rate mode on Versa HD have been incredible.
The three major features offered by the glucose clamp program to simplify glucose clamp studies are: the ability to enter in a desired concentration, animal weight, and dose rate in the syringe pump and then use that information to properly set the infusion rate automatically; the ability to change the dose rate during infusion, which allows the execution of complex infusion procedures without the need to start and stop the process; and the ability to view the previous dose rate setting while the pump is running, which allows for easy monitoring.
Mick Radio Nuclear Instruments, based in the US state of New York,A develops applicators for low dose rate (LDR) and high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy as well as products for external beam and total body irradiation.
Unprecedented combination of High Dose Rate delivery and rapid MLC leaf speed
2] There are 2 forms of prostate brachytherapy: (1) low dose rate (LDR) brachytherapy where radioactive seeds are permanently implanted, or (2) high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy where treatment is administered over about 10 minutes through temporary catheters that contain the radioactive sources.