American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A unit of radiation exposure equal to the quantity of ionizing radiation that will produce one electrostatic unit of electricity in one cubic centimeter of dry air at 0°C and standard atmospheric pressure.
- After Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“(they are, however, known as roentgen rays in many languages) but was rewarded in 1901 with the”
“A glance told her the background radiation was almost a full roentgen.”
“They passed one that displayed eighty-one millionths of a roentgen per hour.”
“The röntgen or roentgen (R) is a measure of radiation intensity of xrays or gamma rays.”
“The men were given varied doses of radiation as high as 600 roentgen (today the largest recommended dose is six roentgen for an entire year).”
“Those who received 15 roentgen or more became sterile temporarily.”
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“A millirem is one-thousandth of an REM roentgen equivalent man.”
“Both places with the highest temperatures are also the spots with the most intense radiation, five hundred roentgen per hour each at their centre.”
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“The needle slowly rose and steadied at one-half roentgen per hour as he thrust the probe over the rim of the depression.”
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