The inset in Figure 3 shows that the BaFCl:[Eu.sup.2+] powder shows a strong photoluminescence centered at 381 nm when excited with X-radiation
of 0.154 nm at room temperature.
However, Joshi and Ledoux (1970) reported no significant modification of DNA, RNA and acid soluble content, while protein content was adversely affected in barley exposure to X-radiation
doses ranging from 10 to 15 kR.
It measures x-radiation
, gamma radiation and, when equipped with a suitable window, beta radiation.
Like other researchers, in the beginning he considered X-radiation
harmless , and he proposed its use in the detection of lung disease and foreign bodies in the body .
On November 8 each year, the global medical community celebrates World Radiography Day, which marks the anniversary of Wilhelm RE[micro]ntgen's discovery of X-radiation
Evans, "The influence of X-radiation
on mortality following thermal flash burns: the site of tissue injury as a factor determining the type of invading bacteria," Annals of Surgery, vol.
New research shows that the Canadian C-spine Rule (CCR) is a better way to determine which trauma patients should undergo cervical spine radiography than criteria developed by the National Emergency X-Radiation
Utilization Study (NEXUS).
A diffuse glow of X-radiation
permeates the universe, challenging astronomers to discover its source.
Radiologic technologists must realize that ionizing x-radiation
can easily penetrate protective apparel such as lead aprons when these aprons are in the direct path of the primary or "useful" beam.