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A Scintillation Counter for the Relative Determination of X‐Ray Intensities in Radiological Work
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2.The term “intensity” does not refer to the number of photons per unit time, but to the differential of the quantity of ionization produced in air as a function of the time—i.e., the number of roentgens per unit time. The authors apologize for this unusual meaning given to the term intensity.
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