Published by WhoDunnit?Me!
A tool for medical physicists to calculate x-ray attenuation for shielding.
X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free is an Android app developed and published by WhoDunnit?Me! at Google Play Store on Jun 30, 2011 for Android users. X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free is so well-liked that it has received over 10k downloads and counting. DesktopTwo hosts the latest version, v20181018. It has 1.87 MB of file size.
Yes, you can run X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free on PC, but first, you will need emulator software installed on your Windows or MAC, which you can download for free. Before installing the emulator, make sure you check the system requirements. These may vary depending upon the emulator version. It is recommended that you install the latest version. We have listed three Android emulators for free that we liked.
Up to date graphics drivers from Microsoft or the chipset vendor.
Storage: 1 GB available under installation path, 1.5GB available hard drive space
Internet: Broadband Internet connection
No, but you can still download X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free for PC.Can I download X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free?
Yes, you can either download the APK or from Google Play Store inside an emulator.How do I install X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free on Windows 10?
You can follow the install steps of any of the three emulators listed above.How can I download X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free on PC without Emulator like BlueStacks?
No, you cannot download X-Ray Attenuation Calc. Free on PC without Emulator unless available in the Microsoft Windows store.