Definición de roentgen en inglés:

roentgen

Saltos de línea: roent|gen
Pronunciación: /ˈrʌntdʒən
 
, ˈrəːnt-, ˈrɒnt-, -ɡən/
(also röntgen, abbreviation: R)

sustantivo

A unit of ionizing radiation, the amount producing one electrostatic unit of positive or negative ionic charge in one cubic centimetre of air under standard conditions.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She talked about rems and rads and roentgens per hour, and at first, he tried to memorize her words, but he wasn't able to commit the information to memory.
  • A lethal exposure of radiation ranges from 300 to 500 roentgens an hour; levels in the tour areas vary from 15 to several hundred microroentgens an hour.
  • Some paramecium can withstand 200,000 roentgens.

Origen

1920s: named after Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1845–1923), German physicist, discoverer of X-rays.

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