REM

Remark + Remote + Ring Error Monitor

REM

The stage of paradoxical sleep, during which the eyeballs are in constant motion behind the eyelids.

REM

[Real Estate Magazine] REM (Real Estate Magazine) is a monthly Canadian real estate trade journal. It is commonly referred to by its abbreviated title, `REM` (pronounced as one word, /ˈrɛm/). ==History== In 1989, Heino Molls launched a cable television specialty channel called Real Estate TV and needed a way to advertise its programs to r...
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REM

standing for Rapid Eye Movement, it describes the stage of sleep where our eyes move rapidly back and forth. This is where the majority of dreaming occurs.
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Rem

The rem is the old unit of Equivalent Dose (or more accurately Dose Equivalent ) and is derived by multiplying Absorbed Dose (in Rads ) by a Quality Factor . The modern SI unit is the Gray (Gy). 1 Gy = 100rem. See equivalent dose for a explanation of why the absorbed dose is modified to reflect the relative effectiveness of Ionising Radiations in c...
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REM

[n] - (Roentgen Equivalent Man) the dosage of ionizing radiation that will cause the same amount of injury to human tissue as 1 roentgen of X-rays
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Rem

The unit dose representing the amount of ionising radiation needed to produce the same biological effects as one roentgen of high penetration X-rays (about 200kv).
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rem

Rem (rem) (roentgen equivalent man) is a non-SI unit of dose equivalent employed in radioprotection (rem = 10-2 Sv).
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Rem

The unit of Dose Equivalent. This measure takes account of the biological damage caused by ionising radiation.
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rem

rem: In radiation, Roentgen equivalent for man, a roentgen (an international unit of X- or gamma-radiation) adjusted for the atomic makeup of the human body. In ophthalmology, rapid eye movement.
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REM

<radiobiology> The conventional unit of dose equivalent. The dose equivalent in rem is numerically equal to the absorbed dose, D, in rad multiplied by the quality factor Q. 1 rem = 0.01 sievert. (See sievert, rad). Note: for most medical applications involving X-ray or gamma emitters, the numerical values of the absorbed dose in rad, dose equ...
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REM

noun (Roentgen Equivalent Man) the dosage of ionizing radiation that will cause the same amount of injury to human tissue as 1 roentgen of X-rays
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REM

rapid eye movement (see sleep).
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rem

(rem) roentgen equivalent man; the amount of any ionizing radiation which has the same biological effect as 1 rad of x-rays; 1 rem = 1 rad × RBE (relative biological effectiveness).
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rem

unit of radiation dosage (such as from X rays) applied to humans. Derived from the phrase Roentgen equivalent man, the rem is now defined as the ... [2 related articles]
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REM

Roentgen Equivalent for Man. A measurement of radiation dosage. It is the amount of radiation required to deposit 1 Joule of energy per kilogram (i.e., 100 ergs/gm) of body tissue. REM = (Quality Factor)x( RAD) Q.F. depends upon substance.
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rem

The unit of dose equivalent.
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rem

unit of dose equivalent such as: 1 rem = 0,01 Sv
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rem

the earlier special unit of dose equivalent 1 rem = 10- 2 J • kg- 1
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REM

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Acronym for rapid eye movements, under movement. 2. Acronym for reticular erythematous mucinosis. See: REM syndrome
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rem

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for roentgen-equivalent-man.
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REM

US rock group. Their songs are characterized by melodic bass lines, driving guitar, and inspiring lyrics. The album Out of Time (1991) included the worldwide hit single `Losing My Religion`, and further successes include Automatic For The People (1992) and Monster (1994). N...
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rem

Unit of radiation dose equivalent
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Rem

The rem is the old unit of Equivalent Dose (or more accurately Dose Equivalent ) and is derived by multiplying Absorbed Dose (in Rads ) by a Quality Factor . The modern SI unit is the Gray (Gy). 1 Gy = 100rem. See equivalent dose for a explanation of why the absorbed dose is modified to reflect the relative effectiveness of Ionising Radiations in ....
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REM

standing for Rapid Eye Movement, it describes the stage of sleep where our eyes move rapidly back and forth. This is where the majority of dreaming occurs.
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