electron radiation

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Synonyms for electron radiation

radiation of beta particles during radioactive decay

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(ii) The spectral radiation is a single monochromatic electromagnetic wave emitted in forward direction of the orbiting electron at the point (A) it comes off orbit n + 1, as based on observations for decelerating electron radiation in a storage ring in synchrotron experiments [4], which is no different from an orbiting atomic electron except for its macroscopic orbital size.
Because ESCA's photons are generally less damaging to "fragile surfaces," it also is valuable for analyzing organic materials, such as polymers, which are subject to electron radiation damage.
Early chapters deal with the sources of gamma and electron radiation, which are the two most common types used in radiation processing applications, and the manner in which they interact with matter.
The power that can be generated from 'bench top' free electron radiation sources in the hundreds of GHz to THz frequency range has been limited by the fact that as the frequency is increased, the size of the interaction region has to be reduced in order to prevent the maser becoming overmoded which results in a loss of the temporal or spatial coherence of the output radiation.
Superficial cancerous lesions are commonly treated through low energy X-ray or electron radiation in radiotherapy (Khan, 2003).
Irregular-shaped fields in electron radiation. British Journal of Radiology, vol.
Electron radiation, on the other hand, is generated in a machine and the amount of energy (that is to say, the velocity of the electrons) can be adjusted as desired.
Gamma-radiation Unlike electron radiation, gamma radiation is electromagnetic in nature (i.e., consists of photons).
Theory of polymer crosslinking by electron radiation The reactions occurring on exposure to electron radiation can be subdivided into a number of types:
8 and 9) Polymer systems react in their own specific way to electron radiation and over the years it has been found in practice that, in a multicomponent system such as, for example, a polymer blend or rubber compounds, every component will react individually and differently to the radiation.
* components, such as polyethylene and polypropylene, which are relatively resistant to electron radiation compared with the compounds mentioned under 1;
The structure of these polymers contains weak links with low bond energies and these can be easily activated by electron radiation and result, for example, in two more stable polymer fragments.
Acquisition of a transmission electron microscope (TEM) cold cathode field emission, and accessories, for the Infrastructure Network to Support Research and Technological Development (RIAIDT) of the USC, which allows the analysis and acquisition of images of nanomaterials of carbon and other soft matter, in particular of specimens susceptible to damage by electron radiation under a high acceleration voltage.
Electron beam accelerators are machines that produce beams of electron radiation that can be used for cleaning wastewater, among other things (see box below).
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