What is the Lethal dose of Radiation

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asked 3 years ago in GCSE Physics by Ryan_Hamilton (390 points)

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There is no exact "lethal dose" per se, but a significant difference from background radiation can prove detrimental to your health.
answered 3 years ago by omeallynile (1,290 points)
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a dose of approximatly 5,000 millisieverts (approx 5 grays) would kill about half of those recieving it within a month. different people have different resistances to radiation, leading to this difference
answered 3 years ago by the genius (fraser) (690 points)
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whenever you feel like you will die. visit chernobyl and find out.
answered 3 years ago by JaKe (430 points)
Not funny.
Fail Jake, Fail.

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