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ERICA computer code, which evaluates the most probable exposure dose rates of organisms by applying probabilistic methods, was used.
For a given event, the exposure dose is evaluated for each zone and paired with the floor area of the zone.
The combination of the two technologies replaces the need for a post-operative CT scan, and therefore also reduces the exposure dose.
For example, current focus on UV C and even UV B may be misguided in terms of exposure dose.
Delivering the sensitivity to determine exposure dose to within one percent, and scanner focus offset to within 50 nm, MPX provides lithographers with a stable, robust focus-exposure product wafer monitor that helps reduce the contribution of focus error to negligible levels.
3] exposure was estimated as the total exposure dose between 0700 hr until the second blood sample was obtained (mean [O.
These require a lower exposure dose and exhibit greater latitude than film (beta unit demonstration).
b) quantitative differences in effect (Are there any developmental life stages in which a greater effective exposure dose and/or greater adverse reaction is likely compared with adults?
This program also reviews exposure dose to ensure that mammography is performed at the lowest and safest dose possible while maintaining a high quality test.
Details are visible whatever their size of contrast level, resulting in few retakes and keeping radiation exposure dose down for patients.
For example, does the marker of exposure relate to an exposure dose, an internal dose, a target organ dose, or a biologically effective dose?
3), then a simple binary mask for rough outline patterning, IDEAL achieves a multi-level exposure dose at the wafer plane.
For determining estimated potential exposure dose intake, we used reported water levels only, not substantially higher sediment levels (Richter et al.
These properties improve pattern transfer yields by maintaining tight critical dimension (CD) control and a uniform exposure dose over a wide range of photoresist thicknesses.