Total effective dose equivalent


Total effective dose equivalent

The Total effective dose equivalent (TEDE) is the sum of the deep-dose equivalent (DDE) and the Committed effective dose equivalent (CEDE).

References

* [http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/basic-ref/glossary/total-effective-dose-equivalent-tede.html USNRC glossary]

ee also

*Radioactivity
*Radiation poisoning
*Ionizing radiation
*Deep-dose equivalent
*Collective dose
*Cumulative dose
*Committed dose equivalent
*Committed effective dose equivalent


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