x-radiation


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x-radiation

[¦eks ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(physics)
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It is essential to note that it would suffice to subject social spider colonies (or other insects) to x-radiation only once in order to ascertain their numbers, without suffering such consequences.
The effect of X-radiation on spermatogenesis and the fertility of Schistocerca gregaria (Forsk).
A team at the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics, which is run jointly by LMU and the MPQ, has now taken an important step towards realising this goal by generating bright beams of hard X-radiation by purely optical means.
The authors stated "The annual effective dose of X-radiation was below 1 mSv." As they did not mention the mean and standard deviation of the radiation dose, we don't know anything about the magnitude of occupational exposure of the radiation workers who participated in this study.
The study is about the effect of xanthone extract from the mangosteen fruit that may protect any pathological conditions caused by X-radiation. The xanthone extract was administered for two weeks on Webster white mice (Mus musculus) Linn.
X-radiation is a viable alternative to hydrogen peroxide, steam and other traditional cleaning methods due to advancements in high-energy, high-power electron accelerators.
After studying biochemistry at the University of Toronto, he completed experiments on the effect of x-radiation on DNA replication in mammalian cells, for which he received a doctorate in biophysics.
An X-ray diffractometer (Mac Science Co., MX Labo) with Cu K[alpha] monochromated X-rays operating at 40 kV and 20 mA was used to produce X-radiation of 0.154 nm.
The materials must also be resistant to grease, oil and paints or chemicals as well as to UV and X-radiation.
Studies related to the effects of X-radiation on photosynthesis pigments have indicated the involvement of dose and exposure duration.
RAYCON detects contaminants that due to their density, chemical composition, or mechanical dimensions absorb X-radiation to a higher degree than the surrounding product.
Radiographic testing is one of the most applicable and reliable non-destructive testing methods for the detection of imperfections in welds and involves the use of penetrating gamma or X-radiation to examine welds for imperfections.