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X Rays

Electromagnetic radiations of high energy having wavelengths shorter than those in the ultraviolet region, i.e., less than 10-6 cm or 100 Angstroms. Materials at very high temperatures (millions of degrees) emit such radiations; they are then called thermal X-rays. As generally produced by X-ray machines, they are bremsstrahlung resulting from the interaction of electrons of 1 kilo-electron volt or more energy with a metallic target.

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