radiation zone


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radiation zone

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚zōn]
(electromagnetism)
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Had the Russians unleashed a few of the bigger weapons on Faslane, down in Irvine, we'd have been caught in the thermal radiation zone.
1 electrical hazards, radiation zone 1, 3 fire extinguishers, exit 3) (attached model) - 4 signaling photoluminescent, preventive (2 exhaust, 2
He published articles and photographs in the Mail and in his Brummagem magazine about my dad and he invited me onto his radio show to talk about my charitable work in the Chernobyl radiation zone.
In light of the 60th annual memorial event of the 2030 Nuclear War," reads the blocky cream text, "the Lebanese Post-Nuclear Association presents the first exhibition of its kind, 'The Aftermath: items from the Beirut Ground Zero Radiation Zone.
Malcolm tells Jack to go into the radiation zone and see for himself what the truth of the matter was.
The hypothesis is confirmed in virtually all cases, as the bed is found indeed to be located in a radiation zone.
The US becomes the first country to block produce from Japan s radiation zone, saying it will halt milk, fruit and vegetable imports from areas of Japan near the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
Japanese TV advised people in the radiation zone to cover their noses and mouths with wet towels, wash after going outdoors and to avoid fresh fruit, vegetables and tap water because of the risk.
The way to best control heat is by developing a forced conduction zone, a forced convection zone and a forced radiation zone in the tank simultaneously.
The charity has raised more than EUR65million in aid and has brought over 14,000 children from the radiation zone to Ireland for recuperation and treatment.
She has taken children from the Russian radiation zone and literally added years onto their lives by bringing them to Ireland for holidays.

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