Definition of Millicuries

1. Noun. (plural of millicurie) ¹



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Definition of Millicuries

1. millicurie [n] - See also: millicurie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Millicuries

milliarcsecond
milliarcseconds
milliard
milliards
milliare
milliares
milliaries
milliary
millibar
millibarn
millibarns
millibars
millicandela
millicandelas
millicurie
millicuries (current term)
millidarcy
millidegree
millidegrees
millielectronvolt
millielectronvolts
millieme
milliemes
milliequivalent
milliequivalents
millier
milliers
millies
millifarad
millifarads

Literary usage of Millicuries

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1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1922)
"June 5, 60 millicuries of radium in the right and left lobes of the prostate, ... March 1, 1918, 3 weeks ago, 50 millicuries of radium for 7 hours and 15 ..."

2. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"July 7, one tube, 2.1 millicuries; July 14, two tubes, 7 millicuries; ... November 3, two tubes, 4.4 millicuries total dose, in the upper and left hand ..."

3. Radium for therapeutic purposes by Charles F. Whittemore (1919)
"If a station is provided with five hundred milligrams of radium, the output of purified emanation will be about seventy millicuries per day, allowing ninety ..."

4. Radium Therapy by Frank Edward Simpson (1922)
"containing 120 millicuries and allows them to remain twenty-four hours. Hayward Pinch (London Radium Institute) gives a total exposure of about 16011 ..."

5. Radium; Abstracts of Selected Articles on Radium and Radium Therapy by United States Radium Corporation, American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"A dose of 3.2 millicuries is therefore a safe dose for one area of skin in most ... (due to wool, etc.). Dose causing ulceration 3.2 millicuries. ..."

6. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1920)
"On April 10, 1916, radium was applied, 36 millicuries with lead filter, for four hours to the temple: On September 22, 1916, 58 millicuries "filtered ..."

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