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LC232 X-ray Physics & Principles

LC232 X-ray Physics & Principles

LC232 X-ray Physics & Principles. Russell L. Wilson C.R.T. Week 1a Chapter 1 Concepts of Radiologic Science. Our Surroundings. Everything in the universe can be classified as matter or energy . Matter is anything that occupies space and has a shape or form.

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LC232 X-ray Physics & Principles

LC232 X-ray Physics & Principles

LC232 X-ray Physics & Principles. Russell L. Wilson C.R.T. Week 1a Chapter 1 Concepts of Radiologic Science. Our Surroundings. Everything in the universe can be classified as matter or energy . Matter is anything that occupies space and has a shape or form.

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Ionizing Radiation

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IONIZING RADIATION

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Ionizing radiation:

Sterilization by radiation. Ionizing radiation: Such as gamma rays emitted from radioactive cobalt 60 or beta rays emitted from electron accelerators. High penetrating power. Used for plastic syringes, catheters, gloves, surgical sutures. Sterilization by filtration. Fluid filters.

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Ionizing radiation

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Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing Radiation. Ionizing Radiation. Definition: “ It is a type of radiation that is able to disrupt atoms and molecules on which they pass through, giving rise to ions and free radicals”. Another Definition. Ionizing radiation

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Ionizing Radiation

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Ionizing Radiation

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Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing Radiation. Locations of ionizing radiation in our facility. Type, quantity, and use Radioactive material is any material that emits, by spontaneous nuclear disintegration, corpuscular or electromagnetic emanations. 1a. Restricted/high radiation areas - definitions. Restricted area

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