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DE. A preposition used in many Latin phrases as, de bone esse, de bonis non.

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The calculated absorbed dose rate, radium equivalent activity, the external hazard index and annual effective dose equivalent along with statistical errors from soil samples having different grain sizes are given in Table 2.
He added that in comparison, RAD data show an average GCR dose equivalent rate of 1.
The chief function of these detectors is to measure the magnitude of the radiation field (often expressed as exposure rate or ambient dose equivalent rate), and not to provide a dose record to the user.
In order to measure the annual effective dose equivalent, conversion coefficients associated with the absorbed dose coefficients in the air are used, the amount of 0.
1991; Calculation of effective dose equivalent responses for exteranl exposure from residual photon emitters in soil.
Evaporates were reconstituted to 1 mL yielding a final dose equivalent to 1.
The result is a clinical therapeutic dose equivalent to apheresis platelets but typically at a lower cost to produce.
Also, except for the data on the BIR profile of the industrial areas, computed count rates were converted to dose equivalent.
The British Department of Health recommends vaccination with either the 7-valent conjugate or the 23-valent polysaccharide pneumococcal vaccine for all asthma patients taking systemic steroids longer than 1 month at a dose equivalent to prednisolone 20 mg daily and for children weighing less than 20 kg who take daily steroids at a dose of [greater than or equal to] 1 mg/kg.
07), ambient dose equivalent, H* (10) and directional dose equivalent H'(0.
It could be established that the mean dose equivalent calculated for clay overburden 0.
The study done by researchers at the University of California at Irvine gave the human dose equivalent of 2,000 to 3,000 mg of Vitamin B3 to mice with Alzheimer's.