Information gained from this study may contribute to utilizing X-radiation
for improving genetic traits, propagation and production of date palm.
It measures x-radiation
, gamma radiation and, when equipped with a suitable window, beta radiation.
The tissue equivalence becomes very important when the incident [gamma]- or X-radiation
energy is in the region between 20 and 100 keV.
6-mm Debye-Scherrer powder camera using Ni-filtered CuK[alpha] X-radiation
It means an MRI scanner can be bought for the hospital enabling quick and effective diagnosis without X-radiation
and is safe enough so pregnant mothers can be scanned.
did decrease rather than increase the OSA signal intensity.
It's one of the greatest entomological success stories of all times and also one of the least well-known peaceful uses of atomic energy: perfection of an effective control for screwworm, Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel), using x-radiation
The agency concludes that the proposed use of X-radiation
, produced by operation of X-ray tubes at energy levels of 500 KeV or lower, to inspect foods, is safe.
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 .
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.
The display's proprietary design in based on ALT's patented laser-based technology which controls a laser beam on a horizontal and vertical axis and also eliminates the risk of magnetic X-radiation
now associated with CRTs.