According to Wikipedia,
Radiation exposure is a measure of the ionization of air due to ionizing radiation from photons; that is, gamma rays and X-rays. It is defined as the electric charge freed by such radiation in a specified volume of air divided by the mass of that air.
Nickzom Calculator+ (Professional Version) – The Calculator Encyclopedia converts 7 units of Radiation Exposure which are:
- Tissue Roentgen
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For the purpose of this post, I will display two different radiation – exposure unit conversions which are:
- Coulombs/kilogram to Tissue Roentgen
- Roentgen to Parker
Let’s begin with Coulombs/kilogram to Tissue Roentgen
Access the Calculator Map, scroll to Switches Section
Now, click on Radiology Switches, this would display four unit conversions under Radiology which are:
- Radiation Switches
- Radiation – Activity Switches
- Radiation – Exposure Switches
- Radiation – Absorbed Dose Switches
For the purpose of this post, click on Radiation – Exposure Switches.
Let’s do how first conversion, which is to convert 50 Coulombs/kilogram to Tissue Roentgen.
Next, we enter the parameters
Once the parameters and values have been fixed appropriately like the ones in the image above, click on Convert.
Result is shown immediately.
Our next conversion is to convert 100 Roentgen to Parker
Navigate back to Radiation – Exposure Switches
Now, enter the values and select the appropriate units for the conversion
Like the previous conversion, when all is set, click on the Convert button.
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