Radiation Absorbed Dose Converter

Radiation absorbed dose refers to the unit of measuring absorbed radiation in matter or medium. The radiation absorbed dose is also called as rad which is defined as 0.01 joules of energy absorbed per kilogram of matter or medium. Radiation is also absorbed by human tissue.
Radiation Absorbed Dose Conversion
Enter Value:
Mttogray: mt Centigray: cGy
Decigray: DGy Dekagray: daGy
Exagray: EGy Femtogray: fGy
Gigagray: GGy Gray: Gy
Hectogray: HGy Joule/centigram: j/cg
Joule/gram: j/g Joule/kilogram: j/kg
Joule/milligram: j/mil Kilogray: KGy
Megagray: MGy Microgray: µGy
Milligray: milGy Millirad: mrad
Nanogray: NGy Petagray: PGy
Picogray: pGy Rad: rd
Teragray: TGy
Formula
Absorbed Dose = Equivalent Dose /Quality Factor
This advanced online Radiation Absorbed Dose Converter is useful to convert the unit of Radiation Absorbed Dose to various units.
• 1 gray (Gy) = 100 rad
• 1 milligray (mGy) = 0.1 rad
• 1 rad = 1 centigray (cGy, 10-2 gray)

Example:
Convert the 25 attogray to various units.

Solution:
decigray = 2.5e-16
exagray = 2.5e-35
gigagray = 2.5e-26
hectogray= 2.5e-19
joule/gram = 2.5e-20
joule/milligram = 2.5e-23
megagray = 2.5e-23
milligray = 2.5e-14
nanogray = 2.5e-8
picogray = 0.000025
teragray = 2.5e-29
centigray = 2.5e-15
dekagray = 2.5e-18
femtogray = 0.025
gray = 2.5e-17
joule/centigram = 2.5000000000000002e-22
joule/kilogram = 2.5e-17
kilogray = 2.5e-20
microgray = 2.5e-11
milliard = 2.5e-12
petagray = 2.5e-32
rad = 2.5e-15