What is the meaning of threshold in laser injury experiments? Implications for human exposure limits

Sliney, D., Mellerio, J., Gabel, V.P. and Schulmeister, K. 2002. What is the meaning of threshold in laser injury experiments? Implications for human exposure limits. Health Physics. 82 (3), pp. 335-347.

TitleWhat is the meaning of threshold in laser injury experiments? Implications for human exposure limits
AuthorsSliney, D., Mellerio, J., Gabel, V.P. and Schulmeister, K.
JournalHealth Physics
Journal citation82 (3), pp. 335-347
ISSN0017-9078
Year2002
Publication dates
Published2002

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