exposure factor

exposure factor

[ik′spō·zhər ‚fak·tər]
(nucleonics)
A quantity f used to specify radiographic exposure equal to st / d 2, where s is the intensity of radioactive source, t is the time, and d is the source to film distance.
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We used activity diaries from Consolidated Human Activity Database and NHANES for this age group, but due to lack of exposure factor data, we assumed the same soil/dust ingestion rate as for 1-y-olds.
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Strong houses in safe locations reduce the exposure factor.
It's sent a red flag to a lot of state athletic commissions about the blood exposure factor," Muhammad said.
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