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exposure index

[ik′spō·zhər ‚in‚deks]
(graphic arts)
A numerical speed rating of a photosensitive material.
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The MSCI Global China Infrastructure Exposure Index highlights MSCIs commitment to designing innovative benchmarks for global investors said Christine Berg, CFA, Managing Director at MSCI.
As Figure 1a shows, the exposure index rose rapidly between 1968 and 1980, from 22 percent to 36 percent, a change in the extent of racial interaction that has not been matched since.
We also derived a composite metal exposure index, based on the first component of a principal-components analysis of the urinary concentrations of those 11 metals [aluminum (Al), vanadium (V), Cr, manganese (Mn), Ni, copper (Cu), molybdenum (Mo), cadmium (Cd), tin (Sn), antimony (Sb), and uranium (U)] whose levels were significantly higher in the working children than in schoolchildren.
Table 4 shows the polytomous logistic regression between vitamin D status and blood pressure classification, both unadjusted and after adjusting for age, sex, and BMI as well as after adjusting for age, sex, BMI, total vitamin D intake, and solar exposure index.
The study subjects in the three groups did not differ significantly in mean age, weight, body mass index, duration of cooking and exposure index (P > 0.
A personal exposure index can be defined as, Brohus and Nielsen (1996), and Mundt et al.
The exposure index was correlated positively to abalone density but negatively to mean shell length.
It is shown that personalized ventilation improves the protection of occupants by increasing the personal exposure index.
35 (logM) logarithmic median Fuji 200-300 (S-value) sensitivity range Kodak 1850-2150 exposure index Table 4 Sample of S Numbers of CR Examinations Anatomical area S number AP shoulder 836 Lateral C-spine 187 Lateral sacrum 798 AP abdomen 41 AP abdomen 649 PA chest 382 PA chest 236 Lateral chest 86 Lateral chest 959
Of 63 workshifts involving nonsmoking employees, 42 (67%) had estimated post-shift %COHb levels that equalled or exceeded the ACGIH biologic exposure index of 3.