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2) The energy units of electron-Volts (e V) are used in the caption to F. The text should include the definition: "One electron-Volt (1 e V) is equal to 1.60 x 10^-19 Joules, so a chemical bond energy of 6.4 x 10-19 J is equal to 4 e V."4) Problem 4.3 should be done using the speed of sound of 1540 m/s.

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It should include a note that the distances obtained using echo times of several milliseconds will be too large to correspond to distances within the body.5) Problem 4.5: students can assume a beam width several times the wavelength assumed, since this exercise uses estimation rather than exact values.

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The goal is to get a ballpark time for doing a typical abdominal scan, and to apreciate the challenges involved in 3D imaging.10) Page 259, F. This fure was accurately adapted from the data in F.

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VI on page 157 of the UNSCEAR 1994 Report Sources and Effects of Ionizing Radiation, as noted in the text.

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