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PCIPeripheral Component Interconnect (personal computer bus)
PCIPayment Card Industry (MasterCard data security standard)
PCIProperty Casualty Insurers
PCIPercutaneous Coronary Intervention
PCIPer Capita Income
PCIProject Concern International
PCIPrestressed Concrete Institute
PCIParent Coaching Institute (Bellevue, WA)
PCIPrecast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (Chicago, Illinois)
PCIPicocuries
PCIPartito Comunista Italiano (Italian Communist Party)
PCIPeripheral Component Interface (less common)
PCIPavement Condition Index
PCIPlanex Communications Inc
PCIPharmacy Council of India
PCIProtocol Control Information
PCIProphylactic Cranial Irradiation
PCIPouvoir Calorifique Inférieur (French: Lower Heating Value; fuel property)
PCIProfessional Certified Investigator (American Society for Industrial Security)
PCIPulverized Coal Injection
PCIPanhellenic Conference on Informatics
PCIPowder Coating Institute
PCIPresbyterian Church in Ireland
PCIPress Council of India
PCIPersonal Computer Interface
PCIPacific Consultants International
PCIPopulation Communications International
PCIPeriodical Contents Index
PCIPer Column Inch (classified ads)
PCIPhysiological Cost Index
PCIPhotochemical Internalization (drug delivery technology)
PCIProfessional Careers Institute
PCIProcess Capability Index
PCIProgrammable Communications Interface
PCIPre-Combat Inspections
PCIPower Control Interface (IBM)
PCIPortable Church Industries (Troy, MI)
PCIPrice Cap Index
PCIPrivate Corrections Institute (Tallahassee, FL)
PCIPower Costs, Inc. (Norman, OK)
PCIPlanning Consultants, Inc.
PCIProfessional Consultants, Inc.
PCIPellet-Clad Interaction
PCIPersonal Credit Index
PCIPellet Cladding Interaction
PCIPanel Call Indicator
PCIProcess Control Instrument
PCIPest Control India Pvt. Ltd. (est. 1954)
PCIParamore Consulting, Inc.
PCIPressure Composition Isotherms (hydrogen storage materials research)
PCIPresentation Context Identifier
PCIPalliative Care Initiative (healthcare)
PCIPersonal Communications Interface
PCIProtocol Capability Indicator
PCIProgram-Controlled Interrupt
PCIPhysico-Chimie Informatique
PCIPower Contractors, Inc.
PCIPrix de Cession Interne (French: Transfer Pricing)
PCIPrice Consumer Index
PCIPavement Consultants Inc.
PCIProgrammed Composites Inc.
PCIProcess Control Integration (industrial automation)
PCIPrincipal Components Inverse
PCIPlasma Cell Infiltration
PCIPerformance Consultants, Inc.
PCIProtocol Control Indicator (ITU-T)
PCIPharmaceutical Council of India
PCIProtech Communications Inc.
PCIPilots for Christ International, Inc.
PCIPersonal Communications Internetworking (Bellcore)
PCIPersonal Computer Integration
PCIParty Concepts, Inc.
PCIProof of Concept Initiative
PCIProduct Configuration Identification/Item
PCIPerfect Computing Inc (Boise, Idaho)
PCIPassenger Convenience Items (air travel)
PCIParamount Construction, Inc. (Delavan, WI)
PCIPersonal Contact Item (Canada Post)
PCIPellet-Cladding Interface (nuclear industry)
PCIPhysical Configuration Identification
PCIProperty Condition Index (Australia)
PCIPhoto Thermal Common Path Interferometer
PCIPeriodic Conformance Inspection
PCIPowdered Coal Injection (metallurgy industry)
PCIPhase Compensation Instability
PCIPowertrain Control Interface
PCIPower Cutting Incorporated
PCIProcurement Control Identifier
PCIPolice and Criminal Investigation (UK)
PCIPhysical Crisis Intervention
PCIPerturbative Configuration Interaction
PCIProduction Control Interface
PCIPhysical Configuration Item
PCIPremisys Communication Inc.
PCIPulse Current Injection
PCIPainting and Coatings Industry
PCIPost-Cruise Inspection (NAVAIR)
PCIPrime Computer Incorporated
PCIProfessional Computer Integration
PCIPhone Centre Interface
PCIPlastic Card Industries
PCIPlymouth Cordage Industries, Inc. (Plymouth, MA)
PCIPhase Code Interval (telecommunications)
PCIPre-Conference Institute
PCIPost Consult International (est. 1997; Dublin, Ireland)
PCIPalm Computing, Inc. (est. 1992)
PCIProducts from Intel
PCIPost Carbon Institute (Santa Rosa, CA)
PCIPersonal Conflicts of Interest
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Nero estimates, and the EPA has recently confirmed, that perhaps one house in a thousand has levels above 20 picocuries per liter of air, exposures that wouldn't be allowable even for nuclear workers.
Data on civilian reactor emissions of radioactive iodine and strontium, published each year by the Brookhaven National Laboratory, indicate that from 1970 to 1987 some 370 trillion picocuries of these deadly fission products were released into the atmosphere, enough to expose Americans to a cumulated total of 1.
The lower-bound estimate of annual willingness to pay is about 35 cents per person per bequerel or $13 per person per picocurie reduction.
Because of these findings, mines are currently being designed to provide better ventilation so that radon levels do not exceed 60 picocuries per liter of air.
5 percent of the structures tested registered radiation levels over 4 picocuries per liter of air.
Two years later, the EPA established 4 picocuries of radon per liter of air (pCi/l) as the "recommended action level.
Results must be reported in picocuries per liter (pCi/l) and provided to the individual consumer within ten days of receipt of the detector by the laboratory.
Approximately 50%-60% of all private drilled wells in New Hampshire produce water with radon concentrations between 300 and 4,000 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) (New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, 2009).
Currently, waste at a concentration of more than 5 picocuries per gram--most of it--must be trucked out of North Dakota, with the majority going to three landfills in Montana, Idaho and Colorado.
The results indicate that 25% of homes haves a radon level at or above the EPA Action Level of 4 picocuries per liter of air (pCi/l) for indoor radon exposure.
As the agency works its way through the process of evaluating its standards--which the spokes-woman says now cover only the ingestion pathway, not inhalation or dermal routes--one starting point will be its current thresholds: 30 [micro]g/L for uranium, 5 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) for combined radium-226 and -228, 15 pCi/L for gross alpha radioactivity, and 4 millirems per year for beta/gamma radioactivity.
Air that has less than 4 picocuries of radon per liter is generally thought to be acceptable, and homeowners can easily buy a test kit at a hardware store.