Search Results for: Ionizing Radiation

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Ionizing Radiation

Electromagnetic radiation (gamma or X-ray) or particulate radiation (alpha particles, beta particles, neutrons, etc.) capable of producing ions, i.e., electrically charged particles, directly or indirectly, in its passage through matter.

"Chernobyl: The Human Toll" by Trisha PritikinOpen link in new window
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Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel ManagementOpen link in new window
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Effects of Nuclear Weapons Study GuideOpen link in new window
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Everyday Exposures to RadiationOpen link in new window
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Radiation Exposure and CompensationOpen link in new window
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Radioactivity Study QuestionsOpen link in new window
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Biological Effects
Radiation
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