"The intensity of radiation is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source"
17 year old dose limits
General public(freq. exp) dose limit
Whole body occupational dose limit
Occupational lense of eye dose limit
Embryo/fetus dose limit
General public(infreq. Exp.) dose limit
19 year old radiography student dose limit
How do you convert rem to miliseverts?
Rem x 10=mSv
Hands, occupational worker, dose limit
Skin dose limit
Thyroid dose limit
dose limit for a declared pregnant worker per month
LD 50/60 dose limit
Temporary sterility dose limit
Radiation sickness dose limit
100 rem or rad
Chromosome aberration dose limit
Hematologic depression dose limit
Cataracts (acute) dose limit
Cataracts(chromic) dose limit
Death of all humans (no tx.) dose limit
Death of all humans (w/tax.) dose limit
Gonadal dysfunction dose limit
Erythema dose limit
Epilation dose limit
8 week abortion dose limit
0-9 days (death) dose limit
Minimum DE dose limit
LD 50/30 dose limit
_______ is the most effective means of protection from ionizing radiation.
The inverse square law expresses the relationship between ______ and _________ of radiation and governs the dose received.
As the distance between the source of radiation and any given measurement point _______, radiation intensity(quantity) measurement at that point _________ by the a square of the relative change in distance between the new location and the old.
When the distance from a point source of radiation is, the radiation at the new location spans an area _______ times larger than the original area. Hodensity the intensity at the new distance is only 1/__ of the original intensity
(distance x3=1/9 of the intensity of the beam)
(distance x4= 1/16 of the intensity)
The amount of radiation a worker receives is _____ proportional to the length of time for which the individual is exposed to ionizing radiation.