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*  Radiation protection
The area radiation monitor will measure the ambient radiation, usually X-Ray, Gamma or neutrons; these are radiations which can ... Juno Radiation Vault Nuclear safety Potassium iodide Radiation monitoring Radiation Protection Convention, 1960 Radiobiology ... Shielding: Sources of radiation can be shielded with solid or liquid material, which absorbs the energy of the radiation. The ... Radiation emitted by the Sun and other galactic sources, and trapped in radiation "belts" is more dangerous and hundreds of ...
*  Radioluminescence
Cherenkov radiation Gas mantle List of light sources Undark Radium Dial Company United States Radium Corporation ... Radium-based luminescent paint is no longer used due to the radiation hazard posed to those manufacturing the dials. These ... Radioluminescence is the phenomenon by which light is produced in a material by bombardment with ionizing radiation such as ... A chemical that releases light of a particular color when struck by ionizing radiation is called a phosphor. Radioluminescent ...
*  CLOUD experiment
... "rule out a role for cosmic radiation" in climate. Dunne et al. (2016) have presented the main outcomes of 10 years of results ...
*  Cancer prevention
Not all environmental causes are controllable, such as naturally occurring background radiation, and other cases of cancer are ...
*  Three Mile Island accident health effects
... "allegations of high radiation doses at TMI were considered by mainstream radiation scientists to be a product of radiation ... Committee on the Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation. "Health effects of exposure to low levels of ionizing radiation ( ... a specialist in low-level radiation, noted these statistics in the 1981 edition of his book Secret Fallout: low-level radiation ... GPU Utilities 91986), "Radiation And Health Effects: A Report on the TMI-2 Accident and Related Health Studies" Sue Sturgis ( ...
*  Ramsar, Mazandaran
Record levels were found in a house where the effective radiation dose due to external radiation was 131 mSv/a, and the ... High Levels of Natural Radiation and Radon Areas: Radiation Dose and Health Effects. 1276: 436-437. doi:10.1016/j.ics.2004.12. ... "Apparent lack of radiation susceptibility among residents of the high background radiation area in Ramsar, Iran: can we relax ... "Human exposure to high natural background radiation: what can it teach us about radiation risks?" (PDF). Journal of ...
*  Forbush decrease
Ionizing radiation Solar cosmic ray Coronal mass ejection Who's Afraid of a Solar Flare? from Science@NASA Cosmic Ray Data ... it is hypothesized that future astronauts might benefit most from radiation shielding during solar maxima, when CMEs are most ...
*  Radiosensitizer
Tumor cells in a hypoxic environment may be as much as 2 to 3 times more resistant to radiation damage than those in a normal ... A radiosensitizer is an agent that makes tumor cells more sensitive to radiation therapy. It is sometimes also known as a ... Harrison LB, Chadha M, Hill RJ, Hu K, Shasha D (2002). "Impact of tumor hypoxia and anemia on radiation therapy outcomes". ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) "The Effects of NVX-108 as a Radiation Sensitizer in Glioblastoma (GBM)". This ...
*  Cosmic ray
With the moon blocking much of the Sun's visible radiation, Hess still measured rising radiation at rising altitudes. He ... Due to the high charge and heavy nature of HZE ions, their contribution to an astronaut's radiation dose in space is ... On 31 May 2013, NASA scientists reported that a possible manned mission to Mars may involve a greater radiation risk than ... High-energy gamma rays (>50 MeV photons) were finally discovered in the primary cosmic radiation by an MIT experiment carried ...
*  Radiation
... and gamma radiation (γ) particle radiation, such as alpha radiation (α), beta radiation (β), and neutron radiation (particles ... Thus "ionizing radiation" is somewhat artificially separated from particle radiation and electromagnetic radiation, simply due ... Background radiation, which actually refers to the background ionizing radiation Čerenkov radiation Cosmic microwave background ... radiation, 3 K blackbody radiation that fills the Universe Electromagnetic spectrum Hawking radiation Ionizing radiation Banana ...
*  Radiation (album)
"Album: Radiation". Bert ter Steege. Retrieved 7 September 2016. "Radiation". The Official Marillion Website. Retrieved 7 ... Radiation was released in Europe on 21 September 1998 by the Castle Communications imprint Raw Power. It was the second of the ... Radiation is the tenth studio album by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion, released in 1998. Recorded at The ... As Marillion's tenth studio album, the number 10 can be seen in the "io" in both "marillion" and "radiation" on the front cover ...
*  Radiation Research
... and chemical effects of radiation. It was established in 1954 and is published by the Radiation Research Society. The editor-in ... "Radiation Research". 2015 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Science ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2016. Official website. ... Radiation Research is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering research into the biological, physical, ...
*  Radiation Vibe
"Radiation Vibe" at Discogs". discogs.com. Retrieved 14 August 2011. ""Radiation Vibe" at Chart Stats". chartstats.com. Archived ... "Radiation Vibe" was released as a vinyl single with "Karpet King" as the b-side. There was also a CD single which featured two ... "Radiation Vibe" was the first single by Fountains of Wayne, from their eponymous debut album. It was released in 1996 on ... All tracks composed by Chris Collingwood and Adam Schlesinger: "Radiation Vibe" - 3:40 "Karpet King" - 4:04 "Janice's Party" - ...
*  Radiation hormesis
Many papers on radiation hormesis. Health Risks from Exposure to Low Levels of Ionizing Radiation: BEIR VII Phase 2 Radiation ... Radiation hormesis proposes that radiation exposure comparable to and just above the natural background level of radiation is ... "The Effect of Dose Rate on Radiation-Induced Neoplastic TransformationIn Vitroby Low Doses of Low-LET Radiation". Radiation ... Radiation hormesis is the hypothesis that low doses of ionizing radiation (within the region of and just above natural ...
*  Evolutionary radiation
... the Mesozoic-Cenozoic Radiation, the radiation of land plants after their colonisation of land, the Cretaceous radiation of ... 2.0.CO;2. Schluter, D. (2000). The Ecology of Adaptive Radiation. Oxford University Press. Parallel Adaptive Radiations - ... they are termed adaptive radiations. Caribbean anoline lizards are a particularly interesting example of an adaptive radiation ... Radiations may affect one clade or many, and be rapid or gradual; where they are rapid, and driven by a single lineage's ...
*  Radiation therapy
Stereotactic radiation is a specialized type of external beam radiation therapy. It uses focused radiation beams targeting a ... Pelvic radiation disease includes radiation proctitis, producing bleeding, diarrhoea and urgency, and can also cause radiation ... the use of radiation in medical imaging and diagnosis. Radiation may be prescribed by a radiation oncologist with intent to ... the radiation beam's intensity. The radiation dose intensity is elevated near the gross tumor volume while radiation among the ...
*  Lilienfeld radiation
... named after Julius Edgar Lilienfeld is electromagnetic radiation produced when electrons hit a metal ... The Smith-Purcell effect is believed to a variant of Lilienfeld radiation. Rabinowitz, Mario (1989). "Lilienfeld Radiation ... Lilienfeld Transition Radiation Brought to Light (PDF). ...
*  Background radiation
... is the ionizing radiation present in the environment. Background radiation originates from a variety of ... However, background radiation for occupational doses includes radiation that is not measured by radiation dose instruments in ... Background radiation description from the Radiation Effects Research Foundation Environmental and Background Radiation FAQ from ... Record radiation levels were found in a house where the effective dose due to ambient radiation fields was 131 mSv/a, (13.1 rem ...
*  Dark radiation
... (also dark electromagnetism) is a postulated type of radiation that mediates interactions of dark matter. By ... This extra degree of freedom could arise from having a non-trivial amount of dark radiation in the universe. One possible ... There has been no notable evidence for the existence of such radiation, but since baryonic matter contains multiple interacting ... Similar to dark matter particles, the hypothetical dark radiation does not interact with Standard Model particles. ...
*  Ultrasoft radiation
... is not able to cross 5 g·cm−2 of brass. Hard radiation Soft radiation M. Brunetti. "Cosmic Ray Physics". ... Ultrasoft radiation is high-energy electromagnetic radiation, particularly high energy X-rays or gamma rays. ...
*  Soft radiation
... is a colloquial term given to ionizing radiation which is at the lower end of the energy spectrum, hence the ... Hard radiation Ultrasoft radiation "Hard X-Rays". hesperia.gsfc.nasa.gov. Retrieved 2016-06-04. ... the health physics and radiation instrument community to provide a shorthand description of a general energy range of radiation ...
*  Radiation burn
A radiation burn is damage to the skin or other biological tissue caused by exposure to radiation. The radiation types of ... Radiation burns are often associated with radiation-induced cancer due to the ability of ionizing radiation to interact with ... ultraviolet light and ionizing radiation. The most common type of radiation burn is a sunburn caused by UV radiation. High ... Radiation burns are caused by exposure to high levels of radiation. Levels high enough to cause burn are generally lethal if ...
*  Thermal radiation
Since any electromagnetic radiation, including thermal radiation, conveys momentum as well as energy, thermal radiation also ... near-field thermal radiation (i.e., radiation at distances of a fraction of various radiation wavelengths) may exhibit a degree ... the radiation is called blackbody radiation. Planck's law describes the spectrum of blackbody radiation, which depends only on ... The radiation of such perfect emitters is called black-body radiation. The ratio of any body's emission relative to that of a ...
*  Cyclotron radiation
The recoil experienced by a particle emitting cyclotron radiation is called radiation reaction. Radiation reaction acts as a ... Cyclotron radiation is electromagnetic radiation emitted by accelerating charged particles deflected by a magnetic field. The ... Auroral kilometric radiation (AKR) Bremsstrahlung Synchrotron radiation Free electron laser Larmor formula Monreal, Benjamin ( ... When the electrons are moving at relativistic speeds, cyclotron radiation is known as synchrotron radiation. ...
*  Hard radiation
... is a loose term for ionizing radiation which is at the higher end of the energy spectrum. It has general usage ... Such radiation is capable of penetrating a thicker mass of material than "soft" radiation. A reference to cosmic rays suggest ... Soft radiation Ultrasoft radiation "hardness of x-rays". TheFreeDictionary.com. Retrieved 2016-05-21. M. Brunetti. "Cosmic Ray ... health physics and radiation instrument community to provide a shorthand description of a general energy range of radiation ...