absorbed dose

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absorbed dose

[əb′sȯrbd ′dōs]
(medicine)
The part of an administered medication which is not excreted by the recipient's body.
(nucleonics)
The amount of energy imparted by ionizing particles to a unit mass of irradiated material at a place of interest. Also known as dosage; dose.
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It was noted that the rate of absorbed dose increased with the increase in the field size and decreased with the increase in depths.
The soap and detergent wastewater was treated by gamma radiation for the absorbed doses of 5, 10 and 15 kGy in presence of 1.
24) The absorbed dose to the breast for a perfusion scan is 0.
The gamma radiation response for the aqueous solutions of the SGY-145 in terms of the absorbance (A) as a function of the absorbed dose (D) for low-dose dosimetry is shown in Figure 5.
Furthermore, the absorbed doses for the study are not equivalent and the irradiation conditions (geometry, temperature control, and equilibrium material) differ.
The calculated absorbed doses were generally higher than were their corresponding model-predicted values except for the estimates for the two children (S1-2 and S6-1) who consumed food items containing CPF residues.
2] The equivalent dose is therefore equal to the sum of the weighted absorbed doses.
Comparing equivalent total absorbed doses, those delivered more slowly appear more dangerous.
Aqueous solutions of dyes D1 and D2 were irradiated to 5, 10 and 15 kGy absorbed doses at Nuclear Institute for Agriculture and Biology (NIAB) Faisalabad by gamma ray source Cs 137.
These experimental results show, that high absorbed doses (150-350 kGy) are required to get a high gel content for NR.