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When we use ESP1, do we get DPM per the probe area (12cm), or per 100cm2?

Since we report all activity in dpm/100cm2, I was wondering if the correction factor (100/12) is built in into the ESP1 or you need to apply it manually, or does it depend on the facility?

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