[ RadSafe ] protraction enhancement effect

Otto G. Raabe ograabe at ucdavis.edu
Wed Sep 1 11:44:07 CDT 2010

At 11:27 AM 8/31/2010, Brennan, Mike  (DOH) wrote:
>Has anyone heard of "protraction enhancement effect", apparently 
>also called "inverse exposure-rate effect"?  I ran across it in an 
>ICRP document, and I just want to see if other, more knowledgeable 
>people think it means what I think it means.
September 1, 2010

The inverse dose-rate effect and its low-dose-rate limitations are 
explained in my March HPJ paper:  Health Physics 98: 515-536; 2010.

If you want a reprint please contact me.


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