What are the characteristics of over exposure and under exposure?
OVER EXPOSURE - too bright, the image would result to being whiter than normal.
UNDER EXPOSURE - too dark, the image would likely to appear black
UNDER EXPOSURE - too dark, the image would likely to appear black
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transaction exposure relates to the risk of exchange rate movements relating to current investments. In other words investments which are already contracted for. Economic exposure relates to the risk associated with exchange rate movements which may affect future cash flows.
MECHANICAL EXPOSURE IS TO DEVELOPED YOURSELF BY GETTTING AN IDEAL EXPERIENCES AND PRACTICE IN SEVERAL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT PARTICULARLY IN MAINTENANCE AS WELL AS IN OPERATION.
Both exposures deal with changes in expected cash flows. Transaction exposure deals with changes in near-term cash flows that have already been contracted for (such as foreign currency accounts receivable, accounts payable, and other debts). Operating exposure deals with changes in long-term cash fl…ows that have not been contracted for but would be expected in the normal course of future business. One might view operating exposure as "anticipated future transactions exposure," although the concept is broader because the impact of the exposure might be through sales volume or operating cost changes. Given a known exchange rate change, the cash flow impact of transaction exposure can be measured precisely whereas the cash flow impact of operating exposure remains a conjecture about the future. (MORE)
Madame Curie made two trips to America to receive a gram of radium each time, first from President Warren Harding and eight years later from President Herbert Hoover. In 1923 the French government gave her a pension of 40,000 francs a year in recognition of her lifetime of work in France. She… became ill and died from all her years of exposure to radium. Today doctors identify the disease as leukemia. After Marie's death her daughter Irene and her husband Frederic Joliot received the Nobel prize for their work in atomic research. She followed in her mother's footsteps to also become a great scientist. Many people have benefited from the discoveries made by Pierre and Marie Curie. The radiation which burned their skin as they worked with it, eventually came to be used to kill cancer cells in patients suffering from the disease. (MORE)
Equity exposures refer to measurements used for investmentportfolios. These explain the investment amounts in a portfolioused for different items like stocks and equity compared to a fixedincome.
Exposure is the amount of light that you allow to enter the cameraand hit the image collecting area, such as film or image sensor.
2 - 21 days of having exposure to herpes and in some cases even longer
Liability exposure is when a company or a person is open to beingsued. Typically, they are negligent and cause harm, which makes theexposed to a lawsuit.
This is the process of estimating or measuring the magnitude, frequency and duration of exposure to an agent, as well as the number and characteristics of the population exposed. It describes sources, pathways, routes and uncertainties.
Insure all low places that have little or no air movement in your home and work environs are adequately ventilated. It's that simple.. Basements and crawl spaces without ventilation are hazards in areas of the country where "high" levels of radium are present in rocks, soils and water. Maps are ava…ilable, and testing is encouraged. The tests aren't too expensive compared to the hazards.. Radon is radioactive. It is an inert gas, and is an airborne radiological hazard. Bad news. It is heavy, too, and will collect in low and poorly ventilated places within structures. (MORE)
Some symptoms of mold exposure are nose congestion, breathingdifficulties, eye irritation, and sneezing. Exposure to largeamounts of mold can cause more severe symptoms. Mold are fungi thatgrow in warm and humid places and spread through spores.
This question is like asking how much smoking is harmful. There is no exact answer . Damage begins immediately. More exposure equals more damage. And this is exactly the problem with radon. It doesn't kill directly like, say, poison from a venomous reptile.. The radioactive inert gas has a short h…alf-life, and, when breathed in at measureable concentrations even below the recommended limit, some radon undergoes decay in the lungs. This irradiates surrounding tissue. The radioactive daughters of radon will also cause damage when they decay inside the body.. The recommended limit of radon contamination in air is 4pCi/l (4 picocuries/litre of air). Even at this level and a bit lower, a wise homeowner would immediately get a consultation and seriously consider an option to deploy radon mitigation technology to reduce the level even more. (MORE)
Exposure means uncovered, so that now you see something you didn'tsee before. When a journalist exposes the truth, that meanssomething is revealed that no one knew before.
There is no known effects (physically proved) of radio waves on a human body. It's because radio waves have a long wavelength as result a human body almost doesn't absorb radio waves.
The answer is probably the electromagnetic waves from power linesand personal electronic equipment like cell phones, computers, andtelevisions, followed by radio and microwave. The number one ismost likely the sun.
Well.. Exposure is how long the camera takes to take a picture. A long exposure time gets a better and higher quality image when the camera is still. A short exposure is when the camera may move or something in the picture may move. So to keep it from blurring the camera captures an image for a fra…ction of a second. Auto exposure does this automatically analysing whats happening in the picture to create the best of both worlds basically. (MORE)
in theory, the body exposed to the pressure, given the components of the air adjusted for the pressure, would function normally. lemme start from square 1. . the air we breathe now is used at the same component ratio, but pressurized, for people under pressure. the problem is pressurizing the perso…n. safely pressurizing a person in a chamber with the same air theyre breathing would take, in realistic applications, a looong time, as the body would slowly adapt to it. the thing here is the toxic levels of oxygen. . your body takes in a certain mass of oxygen in the air we breathe. if that air is pressurized, the body, taking in that same mass amountor air, is actually taking in more oxygen which, at certain pressures, is at toxic levels. . the key is to pressurize the oxygen with something safe, with a lower oxygen ratio, so the mass of pressurized oxygen inhaled is safe, with the same mass at oxygen at atmospheric pressure. nitrogen at high levels is narcotic, so helium is used. you step into a chamber, which is pressurized with helium to keep the same amount of oxygen available in every breath, so your body can safely adapt to the pressure. . imprroperly pressurizing someone can lead to oxygen toxicity. decompression work by reversing the pressurization.exposing someone to lower pressure makes the oxygenn in your blood expand, which the body will slowly adapt to. rapid depressurization will make your blood cells, and at certain levels the whole body, explode. . may have been a little off topic, but i hope it helps (MORE)
It can depend on the type of plant. Not all plants like direct exposure to the sun for too long in the day. I have tried south, west, and east. and the plants seem more healthy on the south facing window sill. Answer. Outdoor plants usually grow better with a Western exposure as there is more dire…ct light. Some plants like shade lovers, or very early flowerers, like Camellias, require protection from sun on frosted flowers. (MORE)
MCUs are a type of polyurethane that is used to coat wood floors in homes. They make a very durable and scratch resistant finish and are often used on gymnasium and bowling alley floors. Exposure to MCU chemicals can lead to health effects depending on the level and duration of exposure. Brief expos…ures to elevated levels can result in headaches, respiratory irritation, and exacerbation of asthma; while very high and/or long-term (e.g. lifetime) exposures can lead to more serious health effects. (MORE)
Ti tan ium and Tan talum. Tan can describe what happens to the skin as it has been over exposed to the sun.
From EWG's, Environmental Working Group, website, they found that "in laboratory tests, trace BPA exposure has been shown to disrupt the endocrine system and trigger a wide variety of disorders, including chromosomal and reproductive system abnormalities, impaired brain and neurological functions, c…ancer, cardiovascular system damage, adult-onset diabetes, early puberty, obesity and resistance to chemotherapy." (MORE)
It is a technique usually used to aide in exposure therapy for PTSD. In imaginal exposure the client is told to imagine what images or situations that are causing him fear. This can help someone confront his feared thoughts/memories more directly. It is also useful when a person cannot go back and c…onfront his fears in reality. For example, you couldn't ask a rape victim to get over her fear by having her raped repeatedly. You would just have her imagine when she was raped. (MORE)
There is NO SAFE LEVEL radiation exposure, I am going through this with my son right now. After a bout with Cancer when he was 8 years old, and all the chemo and radiation therapy he was given the cancer free status at 11 years old. We have kept a watchful eye on his health for the last 24 years…. Dec. of 2009 he was given the news that he has thyroid cancer the Doctors have said this was most likely caused by the radiation from his "Childhood Cancer Treatments". Yes we have had 24 years with out this mess but Why didn't anyone tell us before that this was a danger. So basically his cure has caused this second bout of cancer. After months of researching my wife and I found a New Company that offers an All Natural Product Line that has a Heavy Metal Detox as part of their health program. Our website is up and running with these products listed, you can see it here http://xrl.us/qsystem copy and past it into your top nav bar. Before you get some more bad news look at what your doctors may failed to tell you. [update by different user] Radiation is found anywhere and everywhere, this is called background radiation. Examples of this may be found in the potassium of bananas (and have bananas ever given anyone cancer?) the sun provides radiation, which is of course buffered by the o-zone. Even more radiation is put onto earth which is known as cosmic radiation. All in all, the average dose of radiation that a person will "intake" per year is 360 millirems. (MORE)
A "multiple exposure" means that two or more exposures are made on the same frame of film. There are various reasons why multiple exposures are taken. Generally, people will reduce each exposure by half to arrive at a single exposure's exposure value. Others lay down 1/3 + 1/3, believing that the pr…e-sensitized film is more receptive to light, thus 1/3 +1/3 = 1. I think they are both right, depending on the scene. Here are a few reasons for multiple exposures, with examples: Individual exposures of different scenes (may be difficult to place elements of successive images) - night shot of cityscape with a moon added later. Same scene with elements added or changed for the second exposure - at night outdoors with electronic flash, insert person on second shot - expose each for half. Person's shadow may be slightly visible in second shot, but they will look "ghostly". Same scene twice, once out of focus, once in focus. I have seen examples of the surrealism one can create, but the degree of being out of focus and portion of the exposure value I cannot remember. Experiment and take notes or Google something. Three stops down exposure of an out of focus 18% neutral gray card, then a minus 1/3 exposure of a high contrast scene. You can make a subtle yet significant reduction in contrast on transparency (slide) film. For example, flowers in the bright sunlight spattered shade of trees. The -1/3 should keep the "sun spots" from blowing out, while the pre-exposure raises shadow detail because the film has been "woken up" as I put it. I've always believed my camera bag is the gray it is for a reason...I have used it for this purpose, substituting it for a gray card. Now for the bad. Multiple exposures occur when you rewind the film, don't rewind all the way into the container, then load it normally at a later date and use it again. If your film camera has a multiple exposure lever to prevent film transport, any of these are relatively easy to manipulate. Otherwise, you have to advance to set the shutter then depress the film transport button on the bottom of the camera and rewind a specified amount. Your camera manual may indicate how much, but it's a real hit-and-miss proposition if accurate registration is needed for the second shot but I have done it. (MORE)
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In the US, the occupational exposure limit for airborne asbestos is 0.2 fibers per cubic centimeter of air.
The sources of exposure to UV radiations are many. Skin is the main entrance for UV.
Because when they are exposed they catch a glimpse of their ugly ,evil self that they try to hide and forget also from themselves,not only for their preys.... The illusion is broken.
Asbestosis occurs in the lungs , which means these insoluble particles are deposited in the lungs & it can reduce functioning capacity of the lungs.
The amount which the bank may lose in case of losses incurred due to risks taken, e.g. in case of a borrower's or counterparty's default.
use amyl nitrate, sodium nitrate and sodium thiosulfate, each used in order to achieve the stability in the victim. the FDA-approved cynokit is an antidote that contains hydroxocobalamin, an intravenous drug. :) but double check on the computer or some thing!
There is an "incubation period" for most viruses and each virus may differ- but generally it takes 1-7 days or more for a flu virus to increase its load in your bloodstream to the point where you feel sick. There is usually a "curve" whereby the number increases gradually and then at some point (…usually at day 3-7 or even after) there is a "climax" where the number explodes into the thousands or millions and blasts out many virus copies. This is about the time when people begin to feel that "something isn't right", get dizzy and weak, start coughing or sneezing, and maybe even vomit, among other possible symptoms. Many times if people trace back 3-7 days before their flu, they can remember babysitting a sick child, visiting a nursing home or hospital, riding a crowded bus or subway, sharing food or drink with someone, a wet kiss, or weakening one's immune system by drinking alcohol or smoking (or both), getting sunburned, getting totally stressed out, exercising too much in one day, going without adequate sleep or rest, a period of poor diet or dehydration, or any combination of the above (especially those combinations of the above, actually). (MORE)
Personal response- I have worked outdoors for many years as an Engineer. During those years I failed to use sunblock, as we did not really understand the hazards of sun. I now have to see my doctor for treatment of areas of sun damaged skin on my face, neck, ears and head. If these areas are not tre…ated, they may develop into melanoma, or skin cancer. This CAN be a fatal illness. Moral of the story- use the sun block, wear a hat- or in future years, plan on seeing your doctor twice a year to have little bits of skin frozen with liquid nitrogen. It is not pleasant, but much better than skin cancer. (MORE)
the media alternates between glamorizing being extremely thin and bashing, yet at the same time insulting the larger people. People see these people who are seeing extremely thin women in the magazines (whether in a positive or negative portrayal) and think that that is how they are supposed to look…, but what the media will not let us on to is just how painful life is for these people. They develop these disorders because there is something wrong with their life, whether it is because they are looked down on for being large or they want some semblance of control in their life and if they eat or not is one way of controlling not only themselves, but other people around them. (MORE)
cause sunburn, disrupt DNA replication, and kill microbes or for Plato the answer is D. all of the above!
Tax exposure is the amount of taxes that you can show have alreadybeen paid out against your business financial records. This willdecrease the amount of money you will have to pay in taxes on theprofit you are left showing for the business.
The idea is that it is bad to attempt to shock or titillate someone else by showing parts of your body. In most places it is not against the law simply to be without clothing. For example, a person who is robbed and whose clothing is torn off would probably not be charged with indecent exposure, bec…ause he or she does not intend to shock people by not wearing clothing. Additional: The difficult distinction to make about this offense is that this act can be considered both a sex crime as well as a "public order/public decency" offense. It comes down to judging the intent of the perpetrator as well as the time, place, and manner in which it went down, as to what type of offense was committed. (MORE)
It's no different to film. Exposure refers to the correct amount of light coming into the camera to achieve an accurate rendition of the image being captured. So if you point the camera at an 18% grey card you expose it for long enough, or short enough, to achieve 18% grey rendition.
Blood transfusions, protection from infection in damaged organs, and possibly the use of newer stimulants to blood formation can save many victims i
help me to stop it. It is pulsed radiation that comes into my home and onto my property .
An exposure fee is a fee usually available to someone with risk involved in something they are purcahsing. It can be seen as self insurance in a way if there is any possible way a customer may suffer a loss.
Asbestos exposure is when a person has been around or worked with materials that contact asbestos in it's raw form that can cause serious health issues.
It depends on the type of radiation exposure. If the exposure is low level and long term, it can cause cancer and birth defects. If the exposure is higher, it can cause radiation burns, radiation sickness, premature aging, and death.
No. No one has been alive for hundreds of years. Not all people who have lupus are photosensitive. The cause of lupus is not fully understood, but scientists are able to breed mice who develop lupus and it has nothing to do with the sun. Lupus is not an "evolutionary" disease in that sense.
Permissible exposure limits are levels of exposures permitted by OSHA, the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
All celebrities and political candidates want to be in thelimelight, and to make sure the public remembers them, they need toget "television exposure." This refers to having a TV station ornetwork do a story about you and give you some positive publicity.(The hope is that it won't just be one story,… but rather, manystories as time passes.) Getting television exposure is somethingevery up-and-coming entertainer also hopes for-- performing on ashow like "American Idol," even if you don't win, still exposes youto millions of people who might never have heard of you before. Our world is dominated by mass media, whether it's TV, radio,newspaper, YouTube, Facebook, etc. With so many people competingfor attention, it is often difficult to get enough exposure,especially on television. Some celebrities and candidates hireprofessional publicists to get them on TV, while others just keeptrying to get the exposure on their own. (MORE)
Beautiful People - 2005 Over Exposure 1-4 was released on: USA: 29 August 2005 Finland: 11 March 2007 France: 27 May 2007 Hungary: 30 March 2008 Belgium: 25 October 2009
A "correct" exposure is one that gives you a photo with the tonesand densities your artistic vision calls for. An "overexposed"picture is too light, and an underexposed one is too dark. The problem is, what are you trying to achieve with your picture?Maybe I'm taking a picture of a covered bridge w…here you can seethe entrance. If I want the most detail in the outside of thebridge, the inside will plug up because there won't be enoughexposure. If the inside is more important, the outside is going toget very light. And if the important thing to me is the river underthe bridge, which is very light, then the bridge itself is going tolook very dark. (MORE)
The four ways that the body can be harmed by over-exposure toultraviolet light are wrinkles, skin cancer, cataracts, and skinburns.
Over exposure to the sun can cause extremely painful skin damage(sunburn). Skin cancers are also more likely as a result of overexposure to the sun.