radiation zone


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radiation zone

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚zōn]
(electromagnetism)
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The Jupiter Energetic Particle Detector Instrument (JEDI) detected a new radiation zone very near to the planet.
The radiation zone of the furnace is covered on three sides by wall of water tubes forming the first pass and the conventional smoke tube shell has tubes lined up forming the second and third pass of flue gases.
Limited Tenders are invited for Radiation Zone Monitor/ Survey Meter
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.
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.
We worked on a project for Japan to develop an automatic remotely controlled machine with a 50m umbilical cord so it could carry out work in a radiation zone.
TOKYO: The US became the first nation to block imports from ally Japan s radiation zone, saying it will halt milk, vegetable and fruit from areas near the tsunami-smashed nuclear plant because of contamination fears.
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.

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