Meaning of dosimetric in English:


Pronunciation /dəʊsɪˈmɛtrɪk/


See dosimeter

‘An alternative dosimetric approach has been proposed, termed implicit dosimetry.’
  • ‘The advantages and disadvantages of electronic dosimetric techniques have been described previously.’
  • ‘In this paper we present the use of these dosimetric techniques to study human exposure in a high-latitude polar location with a 24 hour photoperiod.’
  • ‘Study cohorts were defined from employment or dosimetric records of participating facilities or, where available, from centralised national dose registries.’
  • ‘No dosimetric measures of the parents were undertaken.’