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- n. A unit of radioactivity equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a curie.
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- n. The unit of radioactivity equal to one thousandth of a curie: symbol mCi.
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- n. a unit of radioactivity equal to one thousandth of a curie
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I also built a transistorized Geiger counter to perform experiments with a radioactive sample of 0.1 millicurie of Mesothorium which
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: A millicurie or tow would be a serious amount, and that would be 10,000 times a tenth of a microcurie on there.
Dose Calculation: No. of milligrams or millicurie in implant Location of each source with respect to dose calculation point Type of isotope being used Filtration of the encapsulation
"Mmmm .. we weren't required by law to follow every millicurie of X-fuel, since it isn't classed as potentially suitable for mass weapons.
"If Lantheus Medical Imaging can meet 100 per cent of our needs, a per (millicurie) surcharge for technetium will not apply.
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