penetration range

penetration range

[‚pen·ə′trā·shən ‚rānj]
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Lutetium-177 is a medium energy beta emitter providing a tissue penetration range that is very effective for selective delivery of therapeutic dose of ionizing radiation to the tumor cell.
The electron penetration range is related to the path length, which the electron travels during the energy degradation process.
It can be configured with either a 320 kV or 450 kV generator, offering a steel penetration range from 60 mm to more than 100 mm.
With a penetration range of 1 290 km (700 nm) the TLAM-D is equipped with a dispenser warhead containing 166 BLU-97/B combined effects munition bomblets (shaped-charge, fragmentation and incendiary).
Global Pay TV penetration range between 20% up to 80% while in Africa, the penetration is less than 0.
Staple withdrawal strength was not affected by staple gages within the depth penetration range from 1/2 to 1 inch, but in the case of depth penetration of 1-1/4 inches, 15-gage staples had significantly higher withdrawal strength than 16-gage staples.
These beta emitting radionuclides have a short half life, but a long penetration range for their class, making them excellent therapeutic candidates.
Today, smartphone penetration ranges from around 20 percent for developing markets to more than 60 percent for advanced markets.
Plastic penetration ranges from 6% to 14% in the region, which is a lot lower than in the U.
Private label penetration is over twice as high in Frozen Soup as in other categories, where penetration ranges between 20% and 30% of the volume of products distributed.