What units does EPA use to report laboratory analysis results (drinking water, air filter and precipitation)?
EPA reports RadNet laboratory results in conventional units, as shown below with their international equivalents:
|Medium||Conventional unit||International SI unit|
|Air Filter||Curie (Ci) per cubic meter (m3)||Becquerel (Bq) per cubic meter (m3)|
|Precipitation and drinking water||Curie (Ci) per liter (L)||Becquerel (Bq) per liter (L)|
Results may be reported in any of the below prefixes:
1 attocurie = 10-18 Curies
1 picocurie = 10-12 Curies
1 nanocurie = 10-9 Curies
1 microcurie = 10-6 Curies
1 millicurie = 10-3 Curies
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