After looking into the experienced radiation for certain space journeys, I was wondering wether it was correct to state that the amount of biological damage is a function of the exposure time for a certain predetermined radiation amount expressed in mSv.
Where a shorter exposure time would imply higher damage due to the accute deterministic radiation damage as described in: https://parker.bidmc.harvard.edu/BiologicalEffectsRadiation.html
*I understand the stoichiometric damage would increase because the increased chance of e.g. cancer occurs earlier in a specific non-infinite life in the case of a shorter exposure period.
What I am not sure of is, how the pre-determined radiation would influence the actual consistency of the radation; I assumed for this question that the particle mass, charge and velocity would remain constant, where simply the amount of particles/flux would double.
If there are assumptions required to answer this question, or my understanding incorrect, please let me know. And if you care to explain, if true, how that actually happends I'd find it most interesting.