How to Calculate Relative Exposure?
Relative Exposure calculator uses Relative Exposure = 10^((Slope for Relative Exposure*Kaiser Transform)+Intercept for Relative Exposure) to calculate the Relative Exposure, The Relative Exposure formula is defined as the amount of exposure increase needed to produce a change in optical density. Doubling the amount of exposure will double the change in optical density. Relative Exposure is denoted by E_{R} symbol.
How to calculate Relative Exposure using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Relative Exposure, enter Slope for Relative Exposure (M), Kaiser Transform (K) & Intercept for Relative Exposure (c) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Relative Exposure calculation can be explained with given input values -> 595.6621 = 10^((2.5*(-0.49))+4).