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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Advances towards using finger/toenail dosimetry to triage a large population after potential exposure to ionizing radiation.

MIS singlet, MIS broad component, and MIS doublet component spectra that are used in spectral decomposition.

Xiaoming He, et al. Radiat Meas. ;46(9):882-887.
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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: Advances towards using finger/toenail dosimetry to triage a large population after potential exposure to ionizing radiation.

Design of surface resonator array showing coupling and mode suppression bridges.

Xiaoming He, et al. Radiat Meas. ;46(9):882-887.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Advances towards using finger/toenail dosimetry to triage a large population after potential exposure to ionizing radiation.

Aperture geometry for the A) hole (left) and B) sub-wavelength surface coils (right).

Xiaoming He, et al. Radiat Meas. ;46(9):882-887.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Advances towards using finger/toenail dosimetry to triage a large population after potential exposure to ionizing radiation.

Dose-response from Set B (10 sets), where the value of C from Set A (20 sets) was used to relate the MIS singlet and the MIS broad component. The signal intensities were normalized to sample mass. Error bars represent SEM.

Xiaoming He, et al. Radiat Meas. ;46(9):882-887.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Advances towards using finger/toenail dosimetry to triage a large population after potential exposure to ionizing radiation.

Sample EPR spectrum taken using the aperture resonator, developed from a TE102 Bruker cavity with a hole diameter of 4.5 mm. The spectrum was acquired with a modulation amplitude of 5 G, a scan width of 150 G, a time constant of 16 ms, an incident RF power of 23.4 mW, and a total scan time of 90 s.

Xiaoming He, et al. Radiat Meas. ;46(9):882-887.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Advances towards using finger/toenail dosimetry to triage a large population after potential exposure to ionizing radiation.

Dose-response from Set A: 20 sets of 5 clipped fingernails irradiated at different dose levels. The RIS was estimated based on the correlation between the MIS singlet and the MIS broad component, shown in Figure 1. The signal intensities were normalized to sample mass. Error bars represent the standard error of the mean (SEM). SEP is the standard error of prediction.

Xiaoming He, et al. Radiat Meas. ;46(9):882-887.

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