Gray

The SI unit of absorbed radiation dose, one joule per kilogram of tissue.

Gray

The Gray (Gy) is the SI unit of Absorbed Dose . 1Gy is equivalent to an energy of 1 Joule / Kg of absorbing medium. 1 Gy is also equal to 100 Rads (the rad being the old unit of absorbed dose).
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Gray

See Absorbed Dose.
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Gray

This relates to the amount of energy actually absorbed in some material, and is used for any type of radiation and any material. One gray is equal to one joule of energy deposited in one kg of a material. The unit gray can be used for any type of radiation, but it does not't describe the biological effects of the different radiations. Absorbed dose...
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Gray

The SI unit of absorbed radiation dose, one joule per kilogram of tissue
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gray

Gray (Gy) is the SI derived unit of absorbed dose of radiation. The gray is the absorbed dose when the energy per unit mass imparted to matter by ionizing radiation is one joule per kilogram (Gy = J/kg). The unit is named after the British scientist Louis Harold Gray (1905-1965).
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Gray

Gray: A unit of absorbed radiation equal to the dose of one joule of energy absorbed per kilogram of matter, or 100 rad. The unit is named for the British physician L. Harold Gray (1905-1965), an authority on the use of radiation in the treatment of cancer. The abbreviation for a gray is Gy. See also: Milligray. Gray is, of course, also a hue betwe...
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Gray

Gray adjective [ Compar. Grayer ; superl. Grayest .] [ Middle English gray , grey, Anglo-Saxon grǣg , grēg ; akin to Dutch graauw , Old High German grāo , German grau , Dani...
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Gray

Gray noun 1. A gray color; any mixture of white and black; also, a neutral or whitish tint. 2. An animal or thing of gray color, as a horse, a badger, or a kind of salmon. « Woe worth the chase, woe worth the day. That coats thy life, my gallant gray Sir W. S...
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Gray

<radiobiology, unit> The new international system unit (SI unit) of absorbed dose of radiation (Gy), 1 Gy = 1 J kg-1 = 100 rad. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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gray

grayness noun a neutral achromatic color midway between white and black
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Gray

noun American navigator who twice circumnavigated the globe and who discovered the Columbia River (1755-1806)
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gray

(gra) the SI unit of absorbed radiation dose, defined as the transfer of 1 joule of energy per kilogram of absorbing material (1 J/kg); 1 gray equals 100 rads.
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Gray

• (n.) An animal or thing of gray color, as a horse, a badger, or a kind of salmon. • (superl.) White mixed with black, as the color of pepper and salt, or of ashes, or of hair whitened by age; sometimes, a dark mixed color; as, the soft gray eye of a dove. • (superl.) Old; mature; as, gray experience. Ames. • (n.) A gray color;...
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gray

unit of absorbed dose of ionizing radiation, defined in the 1980s by the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements. One gray is ... [4 related articles]
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Gray

The USS Gray is an American Knox Class frigate of 3011 tons standard displacement launched in 1967. The USS Gray is powered by two Combustion Engineering boilers providing a top speed of 27 knots and a range of 6400 km at 22 knots running on one boiler. She carries a crew of 288 including 17 officers and is armed with eight McDonnell Douglas Harpoo...
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Gray

The SI unit of absorbed radiation dose, one joule per kilogram of tissue.
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gray

SI unit of absorbed dose, specific energy imparted and kerma such as: 1 Gy = 1 J ?? kg-1 NOTE - The gray has replaced the rad (1 Gy = 100 rad).
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gray

the special name of the SI unit of absorbed dose, kerma and specific energy imparted 1Gy = 1J • kg-1
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gray

(Gy) The derived unit of absorbed dose in the SI system of units. One gray (Gy) dose is equivalent to 1 joule of radiation energy absorbed per kilogram of organ or tissue weight. It is named after the British radiologist L. H. Gray (1905-1965). Rad is the old and still used unit...
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gray

(Gy) Type: Term Pronunciation: grā Definitions: 1. The SI unit of absorbed dose of ionizing radiation, equivalent to 1 J/kg of tissue; 1 Gy = 100 rad. Synonyms: griseus
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gray

SI unit of absorbed radiation dose. It replaces the rad (1 Gy equals 100 rad), and is defined as the dose absorbed when one kilogram of matter absorbs one joule of ionizing radiation. Different types of radiation cause different amounts of damage for the same absorbed dose; the SI unit of dose equivalent is the sievert
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Gray

(Gy) The SI unit for absorbed dose equal to an energy absorbed of one joule/kilogram in the stated medium.
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Gray

(Gy) The SI unit for absorbed dose equal to an energy absorbed of one joule/kilogram in the stated medium.
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Gray

A color of horse that ranges from white to dark gray. Includes dapple. All grays have black skin.
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