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Whoever desires to comprehend the genesis of contemporary technological know-how has to stick with 3 strains of improvement, all beginning in antiquity, that have been introduced jointly within the paintings of ISAAC NEWTON, particularly 1. old arithmetic => DESCARTES 2. old Astronomy => COPERNICUS: I=> NEWTON three. historic Mechanics => GALILEO => HUYGENS In technology Awakening I (Dutch variation 1950, first Eng1ish version 1954, moment 1961, first German version 1956, moment 1965) i've got the 1st 1ine, giving an summary of the advance of arithmetic in Egypt, Babylonia, and Greece.
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Left side: the effect of shielding on the amount of scattered radiation from a conventional fluoroscopic unit. , C-arm unit) which does not include table-side shielding. The x-ray tube potential is 100 kVp, with a 20 × 20 cm field size. Each box represents 50 × 50 cm. The density of the dots is proportional to the calculated air kerma at each location, that is, the darker areas represent higher exposures. Lighter areas represent lower exposures. 28 / 3. SOURCES OF EXPOSURE TO WORKERS Fig. 7. Left side: the effect of a mobile, floor standing shield on ambient radiation levels around an overhead x-ray tube.
Personal dosimeter: Also known as a personnel dosimeter. ). personal monitor: Also known as a personnel monitor. An appropriately sensitive device used to estimate the absorbed dose or effective dose equivalent received by an individual. protective apron: An apron made of radiation absorbing materials, used to reduce radiation exposure. protective barrier: A barrier of radiation absorbing material(s) used to reduce radiation exposure. protective glove: A glove made of radiation absorbing materials used to reduce radiation exposure to the hands.
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