exposure interval

exposure interval

The interval between the taking of successive photographs. The device by which an interval is set is known as an intervalometer.
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Therefore, as recommended by the OECD, the geometric mean of measured concentrations detected at the beginning and end of the exposure interval was used to derive effect concentrations (OECD, 2013).
The vertical and horizontal velocity can be obtained by the displacement and exposure interval, as shown in Figure 6
The resultant mortality level was increased up to 32% with the increase of exposure interval and application rate of the fungus (Fig.
tubes were prescribed for each exposure interval, for a particular temperature and additive.
The most important finding was that the relative risk of seizures during the exposure interval was significantly greater among children vaccinated at 16-23 months of age (RR, 6.5) than among those vaccinated at 12-15 months of age (RR, 3.4), the investigators reported (JAMA Pediatr.
Current studies demonstrate haze inhibition with an intraoperative MMC exposure interval which varies from 15 to 120 seconds (depending on the attempted correction) [15-17].
Insecticidal efficacy of abamectin against three stored-product insect pests: influence of dose rate, temperature, commodity and, exposure interval. Journal of Economic Entomology, v.102, p.1352-1359, 2009.
colocynthis for 24 h exposure interval is statistically similar to individuals exposed for 48 h at the same concentration.
In this position, the total or global erythemal UV irradiance received by the cloth soaked dosimeter is measured by reading the value in mW[m.sup.-2] several times over a 90 minute exposure interval. Here, the irradiance in mW is a measure of the radiant solar energy being received per second.
Children whose mothers took no dietary supplements in the specified exposure interval were the reference group (n = 9052 [24%], with severe language delay in 81 children [0.9%]).
Children whose mothers took no dietary supplements in the specified exposure interval were the reference group (n = 9,052 [24.0 percent], with severe language delay in 81 children [0.9 percent]).
The Resin B coating continued to deteriorate during the second three-month exposure interval. Much better durability was obtained with the Resin A and Resin C coatings.