There are three units related to radiation: the roentgen (R) for exposure, the rad (radiation absorbed dose) for absorbed dose, and the rem (roentgen equivalent man) for dose equivalent.
KeywordsRadiation Dose Dose Rate Linear Energy Transfer Relative Biological Effectiveness Source Volume
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