Acute Exposure: Contact with a substance that occurs once or for only a short time (up to 14 days) [compare with intermediate duration exposure and chronic exposure].
Chronic Exposure: Contact with a substance that occurs over a long time (more than 1 year) [compare with acute exposure and intermediate duration exposure]
Intermediate Duration Exposure: Contact with a substance that occurs for more than 14 days and less than a year [compare with acute exposure and chronic exposure].
Exposure: A person's physical contact with an advertising medium or message. It can be in a visual and/or an audio form.
Exposure Meter: Instrument for measuring the amount of light falling on or being reflected by a subject.
Gross Exposures: Each time a Web server sends a file to a browser, it is recorded in the server log file as a 'hit.' Hits are generated for every element of a requested page (including graphics, text and int . . . View Full Definition
Exposure-Dose Reconstruction: A method of estimating the amount of people's past exposure to hazardous substances. Computer and approximation methods are used when past information is limited, not available, or missing.
Exposure Value (EV): Scale of values used to indicate the sensitivity range of a ttl or off-camera meter system within which accurate exposure measurement is guaranteed.
Exposure Pathway: The route a substance takes from its source (where it began) to its end point (where it ends), and how people can come into contact with (or get exposed to) it. An exposure pathway has five . . . View Full Definition
Exposure Netting: The U.S. federal government agency that extends trade credits to U.S. companies to facilitate the financing of U.S. exports.