Property Name

var_PropertyType

Property Description

Scale Name

var_Scale rdl:

ABSORBED
DOSE

rdl:RDS2229501

An <ABSORBED
DOSE> is a <Property> that is a physical dose quantity D
representing the mean energy imparted to matter per unit mass by ionizing
radiation



ABSORBED DOSE RATE

rdl:RDS2229502

An
<ABSORBED DOSE RATE> is a <Property> that is an amount of
radiation delivered over a time period



ACTIVITY REFERRED TO A RADIONUCLIDE

rdl:RDS2229503

An
<ACTIVITY REFERRED TO A RADIONUCLIDE> is a <Property> of a
radionuclide, that is the activity per quantity of that radionuclide



AMOUNT CONCENTRATION

rdl:RDS2229505

An
<AMOUNT CONCENTRATION> is a <Property> that is a measure of the
concentration of a solute in a solution, or of any chemical species, in terms
of amount of substance in a given volume



AMOUNT OF ELECTRICITY

rdl:RDS2229506

An
<AMOUNT OF ELECTRICITY> is a <Property> that is the same as
<ELECTRIC CHARGE>



AMOUNT OF HEAT

rdl:RDS2229507

An
<AMOUNT OF HEAT> is a <Property> that is a form of <ENERGY>
that moves from higher temperature hot objects to lower temperature cold
objects



AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE

rdl:RDS2229508

An
<AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE> is a <Property> that is a quantity that
measures the size of an ensemble of elementary entities, such as atoms,
molecules, electrons, and other particles. It is sometimes referred to as
chemical amount. The International System of Units (SI) defines the amount of
substance to be proportional to the number of elementary entities present



AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE CONCENTRATION

rdl:RDS2229509

An
<AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE CONCENTRATION> is a <Property> that is a
quantitative measure of the number of atom s per unit volume in a sample of a
matter . The matter might be in the solid, liquid, or gaseous state.



ANGULAR ACCELERATION

rdl:RDS2229510

An
<ANGULAR ACCELERATION> is a <Property> that is a quantitative
expression of the change in angular velocity that a spinning object undergoes
per unit time. It is a vector quantity, consisting of a magnitude component
and either of two defined directions or senses



ANGULAR VELOCITY

rdl:RDS2229511

An
<ANGULAR VELOCITY> is a <Property> that is the rate of change of
angular displacement and is a pseudovector quantity that specifies the
rotational speed of an object and the axis about which the object is rotating



AREA(math)

rdl:RDS2229572

An
<AREA> is a <Property> that is the amount of space inside the
boundary of a flat, 2dimensional, object



CAPACITANCE

rdl:RDS2229512

A
<CAPACITANCE> is a <Property> that is the ability of a body to
store an electrical charge



CATALYTIC ACTIVITY

rdl:RDS2229513

A
<CATALYTIC ACTIVITY> is a <Property> that is the increase in the
rate of a specified chemical reaction caused by an enzyme or other catalyst
under specified assay conditions



CATALYTIC ACTIVITY CONCENTRATION

rdl:RDS2229514

A
<CATALYTIC ACTIVITY CONCENTRATION> is a <Property> that is a
<CATALYTIC ACTIVITY> per unit of volume



CELSIUS TEMPERATURE

rdl:RDS2229515

A
<CELSIUS TEMPERATURE> is a <Property> that is derived from
<THERMODYNAMIC TEMPERATURE>, where the zero is at 273.15 K



CONCENTRATION

rdl:RDS2229516

A
<CONCENTRATION> is a <Property> that is, in a solution, the
amount of solute per volume of solvent.



DOSE EQUIVALENT

rdl:RDS2229518

A
<DOSE EQUIVALENT> is a <Property> that is an estimate of the
biological effect of a dose of ionizing radiation, calculated by multiplying
the dose received by a factor depending on the type of radiation



AMBIENT
DOSE EQUIVALENT

rdl:RDS2229504

An <AMBIENT
DOSE EQUIVALENT> is a <DOSE EQUIVALENT> that is, in the context of
radiological protectionan, an operational quantity for area monitoring for
the control of an effective dose.



DIRECTIONAL DOSE EQUIVALENT

rdl:RDS2229517

A
<DIRECTIONAL DOSE EQUIVALENT> is a <DOSE EQUIVALENT> that is, in
the context of radiological protectionan, an operational quantity for area
monitoring for the control of a skin dose.



PERSONAL
DOSE EQUIVALENT

rdl:RDS2229554

A <PERSONAL
DOSE EQUIVALENT> is a <DOSE EQUIVALENT> that is, in the context of
radiological protection, an operational quantity for individual monitoring
for the control of an effective dose.



DYNAMIC VISCOSITY

rdl:RDS2229519

A
<DYNAMIC VELOCITY> is a <Property> that is a vector which shows
the direction and rate of motion



ELECTRIC CHARGE

rdl:RDS2229520

An
<ELECTRIC CHARGE> is a <Property> that is equal to the arithmetic
sum, taking polarity into account, of the charges of all the atoms taken
together



ELECTRIC CHARGE DENSITY

rdl:RDS2229521

An
<ELECTRIC CHARGE DENSITY> is a <Property> that is a measure of
electric charge per unit volume of space, in one, two or three dimensions



ELECTRIC CONDUCTANCE

rdl:RDS2229522

An
<ELECTRIC CONDUCTANCE> is a <Property> that is the ease with
which an electric current passes



ELECTRIC CURRENT

rdl:RDS2229523

An
<ELECTRIC CURRENT> is a <Property> that is a flow of electric
charge. In electric circuits this charge is often carried by moving electrons
in a wire. It can also be carried by ions in an electrolyte, or by both ions
and electrons such as in a plasma



ELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT

rdl:RDS2229524

An
<ELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT> is a <Property> that is an electric
vector that represents that aspect of an electric field associated solely
with the presence of separated free electric charges, excluding the
contribution of any electric charges bound together in neutral atoms or
molecules



ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH

rdl:RDS2229525

An
<ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH> is a <Property> that is the force per
unit charge acting at a point in an electric field



ELECTRIC FLUX DENSITY

rdl:RDS2229526

An
<ELECTRIC FLUX DENSITY> is a <Property> that is a measure of the
strength of an electric field generated by a free electric charge,
corresponding to the number of electric lines of force passing through a
given area



ELECTRIC POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE

rdl:RDS2229527

An
<ELECTRIC POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE> is a <Property> that is the
difference of electric potential between two locations, where electric
potential is a locationdependent quantity that expresses the amount of
potential energy per unit of charge at a specified location.



ELECTRIC RESISTANCE

rdl:RDS2229528

An
<ELECTRIC RESISTANCE> is a <Property> that is a measure of the
difficulty to pass an electric current through an electrical conductor



ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE

rdl:RDS2229529

An
<ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE> is a <Property> that is the electrical
potential of a source in an electrical circuit



ENERGY

rdl:RDS2229530

An
<ENERGY> is a <Property> that represents the capacity to perform
work



ENERGY DENSITY

rdl:RDS2229531

An
<ENERGY DENSITY> is a <Property> that is the amount of energy
stored in a given system or region of space per unit volume



ENTROPY

rdl:RDS2229532

An
<ENTROPY> is a <Property> that is a state function of a
thermodynamic system: a property depending only on the current state of the
system, independent of how that state came to be achieved



EXPOSURE (X AND Y RAYS)

rdl:RDS2229533

An
<EXPOSURE (X AND Y RAYS)> is a <Property> that is a measure of
the ionizing effect of gamma rays



FLOW RATE

rdl:RDS1059668431

A <FLOW RATE> is a <Property> that is the quantity of fluid which passes per unit time.



MASS FLOW RATE

rdl:RDS222

A <MASS FLOW RATE> is a <FLOW RATE> that is expressed in mass per unit of time.



VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE

rdl:RDS222

A <VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE> is a <FLOW RATE> that is expressed in volume per unit of time.



FORCE

rdl:RDS2229534

A
<FORCE> is a <Property> that is a push or pull upon an object
resulting from the object's interaction with another object



FREQUENCY

rdl:RDS2229535

A
<FREQUENCY> is a <Property> that is the number of occurrences of
a repeating event per unit time



HEAT CAPACITY

rdl:RDS2229536

A
<HEAT CAPACITY> is a <Property> that is a measurable physical
quantity equal to the ratio of the heat added to (or removed from) an object
to the resulting temperature change



HEAT FLUX DENSITY

rdl:RDS2229537

A
<HEAT FLUX DENSITY> is a <Property> that is the rate of heat
energy that passes through a surface.



ILLUMINANCE

rdl:RDS2229538

An
<ILLUMINANCE> is a <Property> that is the total luminous flux
incident on a surface, per unit area. It is a measure of how much the
incident light illuminates the surface, wavelengthweighted by the luminosity
function to correlate with human brightness perception



INDUCTANCE

rdl:RDS2229539

An
<INDUCTANCE> is a <Property> of an electric circuit by which an
electromotive force is induced in it as the result of a changing magnetic
flux



IRRADIANCE

rdl:RDS2229540

An
<IRRADIANCE> is a <Property> that is the <RADIANT FLUX>
(power) received by a surface per unit area



KERMA

rdl:RDS2229541

A
<KERMA> is a <Property> that is a kinetic energy released per
unit mass, defined as the sum of the initial kinetic energies of all the
charged particles liberated by uncharged ionizing radiation (i.e., indirectly
ionizing radiation such as photons and neutrons) in a sample of matter,
divided by the mass of the sample



KINETIC ENERGY

rdl:RDS380744

A
<KINETIC ENERGY> is a <Property> that is the work needed to
accelerate a body of a given mass from rest to its stated velocity



LENGTH

rdl:RDS2229542

A
<LENGTH> is a <Property> that is any quantity with dimension
distance



LUMINOUS FLUX

rdl:RDS2229543

A
<LUMINOUS FLUX> is a <Property> that is the quantity of the
energy of the light emitted per second in all directions and a measure of the
perceived power of light, adjusted to reflect the varying sensitivity of the
human eye to different wavelengths of light



LUMINOUS INTENSITY

rdl:RDS2229544

A
<LUMINOUS INTENSITY> is a <Property> that is a measure of the
wavelengthweighted power emitted by a light source in a particular direction
per unit solid angle, based on the luminosity function, a standardized model
of the sensitivity of the human eye



MAGNETIC FLUX

rdl:RDS2229545

A
<MAGNETIC FLUX> is a <Property> that is the product of the
average magnetic field times the perpendicular area that it penetrates



MAGNETIC FLUX DENSITY

rdl:RDS2229546

A
<MAGNETIC FLUX DENSITY> is a <Property> that is the amount of
<MAGNETIC FLUX> in an area taken perpendicular to the direction of the
magnetic flux.



MASS

rdl:RDS2229547

A
<MASS> is a <Property> of a physical body. It is the measure the
resistance to acceleration (a change in its state of motion) of an object
when a force is applied. It also determines the strength of its mutual
gravitational attraction to other bodies



MOLAR ENERGY

rdl:RDS2229548

A
<MOLAR ENERGY> is a <Property> that is the sum of the kinetic and
the potential energy of the constituent atoms or molecules



MOLAR ENTROPY

rdl:RDS2229549

A
<MOLAR ENTROPY> is a <Property> that is the entropy content of
one mole of substance under a standard state



MOLAR HEAT CAPACITY

rdl:RDS2229550

A
<MOLAR HEAT CAPACITY> is a <Property> that is the amount of heat
required to raise the temperature of one mole of a substance one degree
(Celsius or Kelvin)



MOMENT OF FORCE

rdl:RDS2229551

A
<MOMENT OF FORCE> is a <Property> that, in the context of a
turning effect of a force applied to a rotational system at a distance from
the axis of rotation, is equal to the magnitude of the force multiplied by
the perpendicular distance between its line of action and the axis of
rotation



PERMEABILITY

rdl:RDS2229552

A
<PERMEABILITY> is a <Property> that is a measure of the response
of a medium to a magnetic field, expressed as the ratio of the magnetic flux
density in the medium to the field strength



PERMITTIVITY

rdl:RDS2229553

A
<PERMITTIVITY> is a <Property> that is measure of resistance that
is encountered when forming an electric field in a medium. In other words,
permittivity is a measure of how an electric field affects, and is affected
by, a dielectric medium. The permittivity of a medium describes how much
electric field (more correctly, flux) is generated per unit charge in that
medium



PLANE ANGLE

rdl:RDS2229555

A
<PLANE ANGLE> is a <Property> that is the inclination to one
another of two lines in a plane which meet one another and do not lie in a
straight line



POWER

rdl:RDS2229556

A
<POWER> is a <Property> that is the amount of energy consumed per
unit time



PRESSURE

rdl:RDS2229557

A
<PRESSURE> is a <Property> that is the force applied
perpendicular to the surface of an object per unit area over which that force
is distributed



ABSOLUTE
PRESSURE

rdl:RDS7343920

An <ABSOLUTE
PRESSURE> is a <PRESSURE>
that is relative to a full vacuum.



GAUGE
PRESSURE

rdl:RDS7345161

A <GAUGE
PRESSURE> is a <PRESSURE>
that is relative to the local atmosperic pressure.



DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE

rdl:RDS361574

A
<DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE> is a <PRESSURE> that is relative to another <PRESSURE>.



RADIANCE

rdl:RDS2229558

A
<RADIANCE> is a <Property> that is the radiant flux emitted,
reflected, transmitted or received by a surface, per unit solid angle per
unit projected area



RADIANT FLUX

rdl:RDS2229559

A
<RADIANT FLUX> is a <Property> that is the radiant energy
emitted, reflected, transmitted or received, per unit time



RADIANT INTENSITY

rdl:RDS2229560

A
<RADIANT INTENSITY> is a <Property> that is the radiant energy
that is emitted by a source per unit time per unit solid angle in a given
direction under conditions that the source may be considered as sensibly a
point source



RATIO(math)

rdl:RDS2229573

A
<RATIO> is a <Property> that is the quantitative relation between
two amounts showing the number of times one value contains or is contained
within the other



SOLID ANGLE

rdl:RDS2229561

A
<SOLID ANGLE> is a <Property> that is the twodimensional angle
in threedimensional space that an object subtends at a point. It is a
measure of how large the object appears to an observer looking from that
point



SPECIFIC ENERGY

rdl:RDS2229562

A
<SPECIFIC ENERGY> is a <Property> that is the actual energy per
unit mass deposited per unit volume in a given event. This is a stochastic
quantity as opposed to the average value over a large number of instance
(i.e., the <ABSORBED DOSE>)



SPECIFIC ENERGY (IMPARTED)

rdl:RDS2229563

A
<SPECIFIC ENERGY (IMPARTED)> is a <Property> that is a
<SPECIFIC ENERGY> that is the average value over a large number of
instance.



SPECIFIC ENTROPY

rdl:RDS2229564

A
<SPECIFIC ENTROPY> is a <Property> that is an <ENTROPY> of
a substance per unit mass



SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY

rdl:RDS2229565

A
<SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY> is a <Property> that is the amount of
energy that has to be transferred to or from one unit of mass (kilogram) or
amount of substance (mole) to change the system temperature by one degree



STRESS

rdl:RDS2229566

A
<STRESS> is a <Property> that is a physical quantity that
expresses the internal forces that neighboring particles of a continuous
material exert on each other



SURFACE TENSION

rdl:RDS2229567

A
<SURFACE TENSION> is a <Property> that, at liquidair interfaces,
results from the greater attraction of liquid molecules to each other (due to
cohesion) than to the molecules in the air (due to adhesion); the net effect
is an inward force at its surface that causes the liquid to behave as if its
surface were covered with a stretched elastic membrane



TEMPERATURE

rdl:RDS355859

A
<TEMPERATURE> is a <Property> that is the degree or intensity of
heat or cold as measured on a thermometric scale



THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

rdl:RDS2229568

A
<THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY> is a <Property> of a material to conduct
<HEAT>



THERMODYNAMIC TEMPERATURE

rdl:RDS2229569

A
<THERMODYNAMIC TEMPERATURE> is a <Property> that is defined by
the third law of thermodynamics in which the theoretically lowest temperature
is the null or zero point. At this point, absolute zero, the particle
constituents of matter have minimal motion and can become no colder



TIME

rdl:RDS2229570

<TIME>
is a <Property> that is the indefinite continued progress of existence
and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past
through the present to the future



VOLUME(math)

rdl:RDS2229574

A
<VOLUME(math)> is a <Property> that is the quantity of
threedimensional space enclosed by a closed surface



WORK

rdl:RDS2229571

A
<WORK> is a <Property> that represents a force acting upon an
object and causing a displacement of that object


