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Rems to Becquerels

Rems to Becquerels
by dburkov on 04/23/03 at 12:20:19

Can you add this conversion to your site?


Re: Rems to Becquerels
by Robert Fogt on 04/24/03 at 10:50:10

Those are two different kinds of units.  I am not sure how I would go about converting between the two.

What is the conversion for?

Re: Rems to Becquerels
by Dave Burkovich on 04/25/03 at 08:03:39

I'm sorry. I should have said curries instead of rems.

Re: Rems to Becquerels
by Robert Fogt on 04/25/03 at 13:30:35

Will do.

I put that on my to-do list and will try to have something up soon.

Re: Rems to Becquerels
by Alex Allen on 11/20/03 at 05:54:54

:)1 Bq = 2.7E-11 Ci (Currie) or 1 Currie = 27TBq :)

Re: Rems to Becquerels
by Brittany on 11/24/04 at 07:24:10

That above conversion is not correct.  1 Ci = 3.7E10 Bq

As far as other nuclear conversions, it might also be nice to have the following:

1 Bq = 1 disintegration/second
1 Gy = 100 rad
1 Sv = 100 rem
1 rad = about 1 rem

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