Surface Dose

Some articles on surface, dose, surface dose:

Chronic Radiodermatitis - Beta Burns - Energy Vs Penetration Depth
... As a convention, surface is defined as the topmost 0.5 mm of skin ... which does not significantly interact and therefore does not contribute to the dose ... The energy-depth-dose profile is a curve starting with a surface dose, ascending to the maximum dose in a certain depth dm (usually normalized as 100% dose), then ...
Classification of Radioactive Waste - Transuranic Waste
... categorized into "contact-handled" (CH) and "remote-handled" (RH) on the basis of radiation dose measured at the surface of the waste container ... CH TRUW has a surface dose rate not greater than 200 Roentgen equivalent man per hour (to millisievert/hr), whereas RH TRUW has a surface dose rate of 200 Röntgen equivalent man per hour (2 mSv/h) or greater ... heat generation, but RH TRUW can be highly radioactive, with surface dose rates up to 1000000 Röntgen equivalent man per hour (10000 mSv/h) ...
Eosinophilic, Polymorphic, And Pruritic Eruption Associated With Radiotherapy - Beta Burns - Energy Vs Penetration Depth
... As a convention, surface is defined as the topmost 0.5 mm of skin ... an antineutrino which does not significantly interact and therefore does not contribute to the dose ... The energy-depth-dose profile is a curve starting with a surface dose, ascending to the maximum dose in a certain depth dm (usually normalized as 100 ...

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