Rad means the special unit of absorbed dose. One rad is equal to an absorbed dose of 100 erg per gram or 0.01 joule per kilogram (0.01 gray).

Rad means the special unit of absorbed dose. One rad equals one hundredth of a joule per kilogram of material; for example, if tissue is the material of interest, then 1 rad equals 100 ergs per gram of tissue.

## Examples of *Rad* in a sentence

In May 2010, France allowed the return to Iran of Vakili **Rad**, who had been convicted in the 1991 stabbing of the Shah’s last prime minister, Shahpour Bakhtiar.

The guidelines and commands for this are given in the GNU Radio tutorials [**Rad**].

Publisher's PDF, also known as Version of recordLink to publication Citation for published version (APA):Sabeti **Rad**, Z.

When the performance of the block is relevant, C++ is recommended [**Rad**].

These re-where Dcal represents the calculated dose (independent algo- rithm or KonRad), Dmeas is the measured dose, and DMax Map is the maximum value in the dose map calculated with Kon- **Rad**.

## More Definitions of *Rad*

Rad means that quantity of ionizing radiation that results in the absorption of 100 ergs of energy per gram of irradiated material, regardless of the source of radiation.

Rad means the special unit of absorbed dose. One rad is equal to an absorbed dose of one hundred erg per gram or one one-hundredths joule per kilogram [0.01 gray].

Rad means the special unit of absorbed dose. One rad is equal to an absorbed dose of 100 erg per gram or 0.01 joule per kilogram (0.01 gray). See OAR 333-100-0070(2) for SI equivalent gray.

Rad means the special unit of absorbed dose. One (1) rad equals an absorbed dose of 0.01 joule per kilogram (0.01 gray) or 100 ergs per gram.