Absorbed radiation dose, often denoted as "D", is a crucial concept in the field of radiology and radiation therapy. It represents the amount of energy deposited by ionizing radiation in a specified material, typically human tissue. Accurate conversion between different units of absorbed dose is essential for ensuring consistency and precision in the interpretation of radiation exposure and its potential effects on living organisms. To facilitate these measurements, an Absorbed Radiation Dose Converter tool is an invaluable resource.

Let's explore each unit along with its conversion factor.

• Gray (Gy): Gray is the SI unit of absorbed dose, where 1 Gray is equal to 1 joule of energy deposited per kilogram of matter, or `1 Gy = 1 J/kg`.

• Petagray (PGy): `1 PGy = 10^15 Gy` (1,000,000,000,000,000 Gy).

• Teragray (TGy): `1 TGy = 10^12 Gy` (1,000,000,000,000 Gy).

• Gigagray (GGy): `1 GGy = 10^9 Gy` (1,000,000,000 Gy).

• Megagray (MGy): `1 MGy = 10^6 Gy` (1,000,000 Gy).

• Kilogray (kGy): `1 kGy = 10^3 Gy` (1,000 Gy).

• Milligray (mGy): `1 mGy = 10^(-3) Gy` (0.001 Gy).

• Microgray (μGy): `1 μGy = 10^(-6) Gy` (0.000001 Gy).

• Nanogray (nGy): `1 nGy = 10^(-9) Gy` (0.000000001 Gy).

• Picogray (pGy): `1 pGy = 10^(-12) Gy` (0.000000000001 Gy).

• Femtogray (fGy): `1 fGy = 10^(-15) Gy` (0.000000000000001 Gy).

• Rad (rad): The traditional unit for absorbed dose, where 1 rad is equal to 0.01 gray, or `1 rad = 0.01 Gy`.

• Millirad (mrad): `1 mrad = 0.001 rad = 0.00001 Gy`.

• Joule/kilogram (J/kg): The joule per kilogram is equivalent to Gray, or `1 J/kg = 1 Gy`.

• Joule/gram (J/g): `1 J/g = 10^3 J/kg = 1,000 Gy`.

• Joule/milligram (J/mg): `1 J/mg = 10^3 J/g = 10^6 J/kg = 1,000,000 Gy`.