# Radiation Converter

Simplify radiation conversions. Convert between becquerels (Bq), curies (Ci), and counts per minute (CPM) effortlessly.

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## Description: Radiation Unit Converter

The Radiation Unit Converter is a tool designed to aid in the conversion between various units used to measure radiation intensity, absorbed dose, and related quantities. Radiation is a form of energy emitted as electromagnetic waves or as particles from the decay of atomic nuclei. This converter allows users to seamlessly switch between different units of radiation, facilitating calculations and comparisons in fields such as radiation therapy, nuclear engineering, and radiology.

**Units Explanation:**

**Gray/second [Gy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in grays per second, where one gray represents the absorption of one joule of radiation energy per kilogram of matter.**Exagray/second [EGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in exagrays per second, equal to one quintillion grays per second.**Petagray/second [PGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in petagrays per second, equal to one quadrillion grays per second.**Teragray/second [TGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in teragrays per second, equal to one trillion grays per second.**Gigagray/second [GGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in gigagrays per second, equal to one billion grays per second.**Megagray/second [MGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in megagrays per second, equal to one million grays per second.**Kilogray/second [kGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in kilograys per second, equal to one thousand grays per second.**Hectogray/second [hGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in hectograys per second, equal to one hundred grays per second.**Dekagray/second [daGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in dekagrays per second, equal to ten grays per second.**Decigray/second [dGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in decigrays per second, equal to one-tenth of a gray per second.**Centigray/second [cGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in centigrays per second, equal to one hundredth of a gray per second.**Milligray/second [mGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in milligrays per second, equal to one thousandth of a gray per second.**Microgray/second [µGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in micrograys per second, equal to one millionth of a gray per second.**Nanogray/second [nGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in nanograys per second, equal to one billionth of a gray per second.**Picogray/second [pGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in picograys per second, equal to one trillionth of a gray per second.**Femtogray/second [fGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in femtograys per second, equal to one quadrillionth of a gray per second.**Attogray/second [aGy/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in attograys per second, equal to one quintillionth of a gray per second.**Rad/second [rd/s, rad/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in rads per second, where one rad represents the absorption of one hundred ergs of energy per gram of matter.**Joule/kilogram/second:**Radiation intensity expressed in joules per kilogram per second, representing the energy absorbed per unit mass per unit time.**Watt/kilogram [W/kg]:**Radiation intensity expressed in watts per kilogram, representing the power absorbed per unit mass.**Sievert/second [Sv/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in sieverts per second, a unit used to measure the health effect of radiation on biological tissues.**Rem/second [rem/s]:**Radiation intensity expressed in rems per second, a unit used to measure the equivalent dose of radiation absorbed by human tissue.

**Examples:**

**Conversion from Milligray/second [mGy/s] to Microgray/second [µGy/s]:**$1\, \text{mGy/s} = 1000\, \text{µGy/s}$To convert 0.5 milligrays per second to micrograys per second:$0.5\, \text{mGy/s} \times 1000 = 500\, \text{µGy/s}$**Conversion from Sievert/second [Sv/s] to Rem/second [rem/s]:**$1\, \text{Sv/s} = 100\, \text{rem/s}$To convert 2 sieverts per second to rems per second:$2\, \text{Sv/s} \times 100 = 200\, \text{rem/s}$

By following these steps and using appropriate conversion factors, radiation values can be accurately converted between different units.