continuous radiation

continuous radiation

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
Electromagnetic radiation that includes all the wavelengths in some interval. Also known as white radiation.
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Her only hope was a 24-hour intensive course, where she would be bombarded with continuous radiation using long metal rods placed directly onto the tumour.
The subject of the tender called atomic absorption spectrometer with a mineralizer and accessories~ is the supply of atomic absorption spectrometer, which uses continuous radiation source and which includes flame and graphite atomizer, microwave and high-disruptive system with accessories.
This new technology treats the lesion with a continuous radiation beam, increasing therapy accuracy while using less imaging radiation during treatment delivery.
These dark lines in the sun spectrum are due to absorption of continuous radiation by vapors of the elements.
Our findings suggest that exposure to continuous radiation at a dose-rate that is orders of magnitude higher than background does not significantly affect several key measures of DNA damage and DNA damage responses.
Since then, continuous radiation leakage has forced the evacuation of thousands of people from the surrounding area.
Some of the NuWIRE products are designed to operate with the same service life even in the presence of moderate to high levels of continuous radiation exposure or very high levels of pulsed radiation.

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