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Synonyms for X-ray

electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength produced when high-speed electrons strike a solid target

examine by taking x-rays

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take an x-ray of something or somebody

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Between September 1975 and December 2015, there have been some 75,719 catalogued GOES soft X-ray events, with SC23 having the largest sum total of NSXRE (= 23,308 events); SC21 had 19,117 events, SC22 had 21,230 events, and to date (through 2015) SC24 has had 12,013 events.
X-ray light enters these tubes from multiple angles and is focused through reflection, giving the technology a wide field of view necessary for globally imaging the emission of soft X-rays.
Soft X-ray beamlines will be used to study the chemistry and structure of gases, liquids and solids by measuring the absorption of the light, as well as the energies and directions of various particles such as electrons emitted after a soft X-ray photon is absorbed.
Chantler, Resolution of discrepancies of atomic form factors and attenuation coefficients in the near-edge soft x-ray regime, Rad.
It has been reported previously by the authors that soft x-ray analysis provides a viable alternative testing route to sodium ion testing for superabsorbent amounts in diapers.
At a temperature of about 20,000 kelvins, the heated gas would emit soft X-rays.
Contract notice: Soft X-ray reflectometer for characterisation of thin film coatings
NASA's more capable Soft X-ray Spectrometer (SXS), developed by a team of scientists at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, is one of the mission's four scientific instruments.
Astronomers have confirmed that a soft X-ray glow permeating the sky has two sources: one inside the solar system, one outside.
NC State physicist Harald Ade, UNC-Chapel Hill chemist Wei You and collaborators from both institutions studied the molecular composition of solar cells to determine what aspects of structures have the most impact on efficiency They used advanced soft x-ray techniques to describe the orientation of molecules within donor and acceptor materials.
Three months later, the rats (4-month-old) were examined by soft X-ray radiography, micro-computed tomography ([micro]CT), and electron microscopy.
The emission produced by secretion onto supermassive black holes in AGN dominates the overall emission of the universe over almost all of the electromagnetic spectrum, particularly the far UV and soft x-ray regions where the power from most AGN peaks.
Line shapes of atomic lines and soft x-ray emission bands measured with a wavelength dispersive spectrometer (WDS) with the Electron Probe Micro Analyzer (EPMA) are reviewed.