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Ch 1 Introduction to Radiography
Explain the significance of mAs with r…
Describe the effects of an increase in…
Explain the effect of an increase in s…
Demonstrate the vertical, horizontal,…
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Explain the significance of mAs with r…
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Describe the effects of an increase in…
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Chapter 1 introduction to Radiography
Superimposition
Adjacent structures
Optical density
Spatial resolution
relation to size, shape, position, and angulation must be rev…
ensure that the structure is present and properly shown.
Brightness measured of the luminance of an area in a radiogra…
the sharpness of the structural edges recorded in the image o…
Superimposition
relation to size, shape, position, and angulation must be rev…
Adjacent structures
ensure that the structure is present and properly shown.
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Module 1: Introduction to Radiography
who discover the first x-ray
when did the first discovery of the x-…
how did wihelm conrad roentegen discov…
whatis x-ray "x" means
wilhelm conrad roentgens
november of 1895
discovered while working with crookes tubes in his laboratory…
it being the symbol for the unknown
who discover the first x-ray
wilhelm conrad roentgens
when did the first discovery of the x-…
november of 1895
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Module 1: Introduction to Radiography
who discover the first x-ray
when did the first discovery of the x-…
how did wihelm conrad roentegen discov…
whatis x-ray "x" means
wilhelm conrad roentgens
november of 1895
discovered while working with crookes tubes in his laboratory…
it being the symbol for the unknown
who discover the first x-ray
wilhelm conrad roentgens
when did the first discovery of the x-…
november of 1895
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Jeopardy 1 Introduction to radiography
X-Rays were discovered in 1895 by who?
The current across the x-ray tube is m…
Which type of electromagnetic energy h…
What is TLD?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
Milliamperes
X-Rays
Thermoluminescent Dosimeter
X-Rays were discovered in 1895 by who?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
The current across the x-ray tube is m…
Milliamperes
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Module 1: Introduction to Radiography
who discover the first x-ray
when did the first discovery of the x-…
how did wihelm conrad roentegen discov…
whatis x-ray "x" means
wilhelm conrad roentgens
november of 1895
discovered while working with crookes tubes in his laboratory…
it being the symbol for the unknown
who discover the first x-ray
wilhelm conrad roentgens
when did the first discovery of the x-…
november of 1895
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography
how is Conventional Radiography taken
What is conventional radiography
Digital Imaging
when digital imaging first used
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
Any image acquisition process that produces an electronic ima…
1970s (CT)
how is Conventional Radiography taken
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
What is conventional radiography
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
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Introduction to Clinical Radiography: Quiz 1
Mid-sagittal
Sagittal
Coronal
Mid-coronal
divides body into equal left and right halves
divides body vertically into left and right halves
divides body into anterior and posterior segments
divides body into equal anterior and posterior segments
Mid-sagittal
divides body into equal left and right halves
Sagittal
divides body vertically into left and right halves
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography
how is Conventional Radiography taken
What is conventional radiography
Digital Imaging
when digital imaging first used
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
Any image acquisition process that produces an electronic ima…
1970s (CT)
how is Conventional Radiography taken
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
What is conventional radiography
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography
how is Conventional Radiography taken
What is conventional radiography
Digital Imaging
when digital imaging first used
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
Any image acquisition process that produces an electronic ima…
1970s (CT)
how is Conventional Radiography taken
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
What is conventional radiography
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography
how is Conventional Radiography taken
What is conventional radiography
Digital Imaging
when digital imaging first used
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
Any image acquisition process that produces an electronic ima…
1970s (CT)
how is Conventional Radiography taken
passing the rays... through the body and exposing... a photographic…
What is conventional radiography
-film based... -use intensifying screens... -screen emits light whe…
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Ch. 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography and PACS
What is Conventional Radiography?
How does conventional radiography work?
Manifest image
Digital imaging definition
film/screen imaging
film is placed in between two intensifying screens, the scree…
the image on the film after processing
any image acquisition process that produces and electronic im…
What is Conventional Radiography?
film/screen imaging
How does conventional radiography work?
film is placed in between two intensifying screens, the scree…
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Introduction to Clinical Radiography, Exam 1, Chapter 2
Accreditation
Certification
Essentials and Guidelines
Joint Review Committee (JRC)
Voluntary peer-review process through which an agency grants…
Voluntary process through which an agency grants recognition…
Document specifying the minimum quality standards for the acc…
Group of persons appointed by sponsoring organizations to ove…
Accreditation
Voluntary peer-review process through which an agency grants…
Certification
Voluntary process through which an agency grants recognition…
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introduction to radiography
What is Self -regulation of profession
Define Law, morals, and professional e…
define Social values
Professional etiquette
Society expects a profession to through its collective member…
Laws: regulations established by government and applicable to…
the accepted mode of conduct and the set of norms, goals, and…
Manners and attitudes generally accepted by members of a prof…
What is Self -regulation of profession
Society expects a profession to through its collective member…
Define Law, morals, and professional e…
Laws: regulations established by government and applicable to…
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Introduction to Clinical Radiography, Exam 1, Chapter 1
Bone Densitometry (BD)
Cardiovascular Interventional Technolo…
Computed Tomography (CT)
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Measurement of bone density using dual-energy x-ray absorptio…
Radiologic procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of dise…
Recording of a predetermined plane in the body using an x-ray…
Visualization of deep structure of the body by recording the…
Bone Densitometry (BD)
Measurement of bone density using dual-energy x-ray absorptio…
Cardiovascular Interventional Technolo…
Radiologic procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of dise…
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Chapter1-Introduction to digital radiography and pacs
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Which modality was the first to use th…
Who was the first to incorporate digit…
Conventional radiography
Emit light
Computed Tomography (CT)
Godfrey Hounsfield
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Conventional radiography
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Emit light
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Introduction to Radiography
Electromagnetic Energy
Ionization
Protons
Neutrons
Travels in waves that move in straight lines at the speed of…
Atoms change into negatively or positively charged
Positively charged, located in the nucleus
No charge
Electromagnetic Energy
Travels in waves that move in straight lines at the speed of…
Ionization
Atoms change into negatively or positively charged
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Introduction to Radiography
Amplitude
Anode
Attenuation
Bucky
with respect to a sine wave, the distance between peak and tr…
the electrode at which oxidation occurs; also, the electrical…
the process of reduction, such as the reduction of x-ray beam…
a moving grid that limits the amount of scatter radiation rea…
Amplitude
with respect to a sine wave, the distance between peak and tr…
Anode
the electrode at which oxidation occurs; also, the electrical…
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Introduction to Clinical Radiography, Exam 1, Chapter 9
ALARA
Becquerel (Bq)
Classic Coherent Scattering
Compton Scattering
Mnemonic meaning to keep all radiation exposure as low as rea…
Unit of radioactivity in the International System of Units, e…
Interaction with matter in which a low-energy photon (below 1…
Interaction with matter in which a higher energy photon strik…
ALARA
Mnemonic meaning to keep all radiation exposure as low as rea…
Becquerel (Bq)
Unit of radioactivity in the International System of Units, e…
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Ch 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography and PACS
digital imaging
direct capture digital radiography
flat panel detector (FPD)
indirect capture digital radiography
any imaging acquisition process that produces an electronic i…
devices that convert the incident x-ray energy directly into…
these systems use an x-ray absorber material coupled to a thi…
these devices absorb x-rays and convert them into light. The…
digital imaging
any imaging acquisition process that produces an electronic i…
direct capture digital radiography
devices that convert the incident x-ray energy directly into…
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Introduction to radiography
ASRT is code of... :
Image receptors... :
name five types of image receptors
radiographs... :
Ethic... ex: mother ask what you see on he child exam
Defined as the device that receives he energy of the x- ray b…
cassette with film... image plate (cr)... solid-state digital detec…
image recorded by exposing any of the image receptors to x-ra…
ASRT is code of... :
Ethic... ex: mother ask what you see on he child exam
Image receptors... :
Defined as the device that receives he energy of the x- ray b…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Radiography RAD 201
Amplitude
Anode
Attenuation
Bucky
With respect to a sine wave, the distance between peak and tr…
The electrode at which oxidation occurs; also, the electrical…
The process of reduction, such a the reduction of x-ray beam…
A moving grid that limits the amount of scatter radiation rea…
Amplitude
With respect to a sine wave, the distance between peak and tr…
Anode
The electrode at which oxidation occurs; also, the electrical…
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Introduction to Radiography
primary radiation
what are xrays
X-rays are similar to light, but have…
X-rays convert ____ of electrons into…
useful radiation focused on the patient... "useful beam"
produced when a fast moving stream of electrons is decelerate…
- frequency... - penetrating energy
- kinetic energy... - electromagnetic radiation
primary radiation
useful radiation focused on the patient... "useful beam"
what are xrays
produced when a fast moving stream of electrons is decelerate…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Radiography RAD 201
amplitude
anode
attenuation
Bucky
with respect to a sine wave, the distance between peak and tr…
the electrode at which oxidation occurs; also, the electrical…
the process of reduction, such as the reduction of x-ray beam…
a moving grid that limits the amount of scatter radiation rea…
amplitude
with respect to a sine wave, the distance between peak and tr…
anode
the electrode at which oxidation occurs; also, the electrical…
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Chapters 1-7 and 12 Introduction to Radiography
X-rays were discovered in 1895 by who?
The current across the x-ray tube is m…
Which type of electromagnetic energy h…
What is TLD?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
milliamperes
x-rays
thermoluminescent dosimeter
X-rays were discovered in 1895 by who?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
The current across the x-ray tube is m…
milliamperes
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Introduction to Radiography Written Test ch 1
The primary controlling factor for ima…
Which of the following best describes…
a radiograph is underexposed and needs…
All of the following are included with…
kVp
soft spongy tissue
30 Mas
gallbladder
The primary controlling factor for ima…
kVp
Which of the following best describes…
soft spongy tissue
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Ch. 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography and PACS
What is Conventional Radiography?
How does conventional radiography work?
Manifest image
Digital imaging definition
film/screen imaging
film is placed in between two intensifying screens, the scree…
the image on the film after processing
any image acquisition process that produces and electronic im…
What is Conventional Radiography?
film/screen imaging
How does conventional radiography work?
film is placed in between two intensifying screens, the scree…
75 terms
Ch. 1 Introduction to Digital Radiography and PACS
What is Conventional Radiography?
How does conventional radiography work?
Manifest image
Digital imaging definition
film/screen imaging
film is placed in between two intensifying screens, the scree…
the image on the film after processing
any image acquisition process that produces and electronic im…
What is Conventional Radiography?
film/screen imaging
How does conventional radiography work?
film is placed in between two intensifying screens, the scree…
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Chapter1-Introduction to digital radiography and pacs
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Which modality was the first to use th…
Who was the first to incorporate digit…
Conventional radiography
Emit light
Computed Tomography (CT)
Godfrey Hounsfield
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Conventional radiography
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Emit light
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Chapter1-Introduction to digital radiography and pacs
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Which modality was the first to use th…
Who was the first to incorporate digit…
Conventional radiography
Emit light
Computed Tomography (CT)
Godfrey Hounsfield
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Conventional radiography
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Emit light
40 terms
Chapter1-Introduction to digital radiography and pacs
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Which modality was the first to use th…
Who was the first to incorporate digit…
Conventional radiography
Emit light
Computed Tomography (CT)
Godfrey Hounsfield
Film and intensifying screens are prim…
Conventional radiography
Intensifying screens:... A) absorb light.…
Emit light
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Introduction to Veterinary Radiography
Radiology
Radiography
What are x-rays?
Properties of x-rays?
Interpretation of radiographs
Acquisition of radiographs
X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation which acts sim…
*They travel in straight lines in a wave or ripple like motio…
Radiology
Interpretation of radiographs
Radiography
Acquisition of radiographs
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Introduction to Veterinary Radiography
Radiology
Radiography
What are x-rays?
Properties of x-rays?
Interpretation of radiographs
Acquisition of radiographs
X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation which acts sim…
*They travel in straight lines in a wave or ripple like motio…
Radiology
Interpretation of radiographs
Radiography
Acquisition of radiographs
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Introduction to Radiography Final Review
What considerations should be made reg…
What about when your patient does not…
What major contributions did Thomas Ed…
When should you introduce yourself to…
Good eye contact shows good posture, confidence, and undivide…
Could be their culture or signs of being nervous
• 1898, fluorescent properties of materials... • Discovered many…
Immediately
What considerations should be made reg…
Good eye contact shows good posture, confidence, and undivide…
What about when your patient does not…
Could be their culture or signs of being nervous
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Introduction to Digital Radiography
This describes the smallest unit of ... m…
A group of 8 bits. This represents one…
This represents 1024 bytes
1 million bytes and measures the capac…
A Bit.
a Byte.
A kilobyte.
Megabyte.
This describes the smallest unit of ... m…
A Bit.
A group of 8 bits. This represents one…
a Byte.
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Introduction to Radiography - Chapter 3
The Cathode
Filament / Actual Focal Spot
Focusing Cup
Connecting Wires
Negatively charged side of the tube which consists of three p…
a. Thoriated tungsten alloy wires / dual or single focus... b. S…
a. Focus/condense the cathode ray... b. Decreases focal spot (FS…
a. Supplies current: low volts and high amps to the filament…
The Cathode
Negatively charged side of the tube which consists of three p…
Filament / Actual Focal Spot
a. Thoriated tungsten alloy wires / dual or single focus... b. S…
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Introduction to Radiography Terminology
CR
SID
OID
Transverse Center
Central Ray ... Center point of x-ray beam
Source image distance... The distance from the x-ray tube to th…
Object image distance... Distance from the object being radiogr…
Detent... Puts the x-ray tube to the center of the image receptor
CR
Central Ray ... Center point of x-ray beam
SID
Source image distance... The distance from the x-ray tube to th…
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Unit 3 -Introduction to Radiography
Bacteria, Virus, Fungus, and Protozoa.
Bacteria
Virus
Fungus
What are the four basic microscopic pathogens?
Prokaryotes - No Nucleus & single celled
Smallest simplest form, and contains small DNA particles.
Eukaryotes - Posses nucleus & duplicates by budding or spore…
Bacteria, Virus, Fungus, and Protozoa.
What are the four basic microscopic pathogens?
Bacteria
Prokaryotes - No Nucleus & single celled
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Radiography Ch 1 and Ch 7: Introduction / Exposure & Image Quality
ARRT
ASRT
JRCERT
The prime factors of exposure
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist ... Sets standards…
American Society of Radiologic Technologist... Provides services…
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiographic Technolog…
Millamperage-seconds, kilovotage, source-image receptor and f…
ARRT
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist ... Sets standards…
ASRT
American Society of Radiologic Technologist... Provides services…
35 terms
Introduction to Veterinary Radiography
Radiology
Radiography
What are x-rays?
Properties of x-rays?
Interpretation of radiographs
Acquisition of radiographs
X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation which acts sim…
*They travel in straight lines in a wave or ripple like motio…
Radiology
Interpretation of radiographs
Radiography
Acquisition of radiographs
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Introduction to Radiography and Ultrasound
Why are some reasons we use diagnostic…
What can a diagnostic image show?
what are the different types of diagno…
Radiograph =
Investigation of internal structures (avoiding surgery) ... Iden…
picture of what happened in the past ... mirror that reflects th…
Radiography... Ultrasound ... Fluroscopy ... CT ... MRI ... Nuclear Scintigr…
image of an object produced by exposing to radiation
Why are some reasons we use diagnostic…
Investigation of internal structures (avoiding surgery) ... Iden…
What can a diagnostic image show?
picture of what happened in the past ... mirror that reflects th…
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Introduction to Dental Radiography & Equipment
When and who discovered X-rays?
Intraoral flim packet size No 0
Intraoral flim packet size No 1
Intraoral flim packet size No 2
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (rent-gun)... 1895
Child
Narrow Anterior Flim
Adult
When and who discovered X-rays?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (rent-gun)... 1895
Intraoral flim packet size No 0
Child
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Diagnostic Methods -- Introduction to Radiography
What is radiography?
What is an x-ray?
What four things are needed to produce…
What are some properties of x-rays?
The use of ionizing radiation to view internal structures of…
Bundles of electromagnetic energy produced in a cathode tube,…
A source of electrons; a way to accelerate them; a way to sto…
They are highly penetrating and invisible, neutral particles,…
What is radiography?
The use of ionizing radiation to view internal structures of…
What is an x-ray?
Bundles of electromagnetic energy produced in a cathode tube,…
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Introduction to basic and digital radiography
The radiation that is emitted from the…
Compared to radiographic exposure of a…
A radiation film badge is used in orde…
One of the most effective ways to prot…
Secondary radiation
Decreased
Monitor the radiation to which the wearer/reader is exposed
Shielding
The radiation that is emitted from the…
Secondary radiation
Compared to radiographic exposure of a…
Decreased
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Dental Radiography Introduction
What is Dental radiography
Why is Radiography considered an art
Why is Radiography considered a science
What is a Radiograph Produced by
the art and science of Producing Radiographs
Because it involves professional judgement
Because it involves math, physics, and chemistry
an Emulsion by radiation
What is Dental radiography
the art and science of Producing Radiographs
Why is Radiography considered an art
Because it involves professional judgement
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Chapter 21: Introduction to Dental Radiography and Equipment
As low as reasonably achievable (ALARA)
Anode
Basal cell
Cathode
The principle of keeping radiation exposure "as low as reason…
The positive terminal of an electrolytic cell.
Some of the deepest cells in the dermis.
The negative terminal of an x-ray tube.
As low as reasonably achievable (ALARA)
The principle of keeping radiation exposure "as low as reason…
Anode
The positive terminal of an electrolytic cell.
36 terms
Chapter 21 Introduction to Dental Radiography and Equipment (book)
cathode, anode
intraoral
Position indicator device (PID)
electromagnetic energy
the colored light was later discovered to be a stream of elec…
in 1896 Dr. C. Edmund Kells, a New Orleans dentist, took the…
the open-ended tube called the __________ is still commonly c…
radiation is a type of this
cathode, anode
the colored light was later discovered to be a stream of elec…
intraoral
in 1896 Dr. C. Edmund Kells, a New Orleans dentist, took the…
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Intro to Radiography- Chapter 1
The Niels Bohr Theory
Nucleons
Protons
Neutrons
All atoms are fundamentally electrical in nature
Made up of protons and electrons
Positively charged
No charge
The Niels Bohr Theory
All atoms are fundamentally electrical in nature
Nucleons
Made up of protons and electrons
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radiography 1
properties of x-radiation
x-ray
particulate radiation
electromagnetic radiation
X-rays are invisible and weightless... X-rays travel in straight…
A weightless packet of pure energy, without electrical charge…
alpha and beta particles ... mass and charge**
no mass ... no charge ... photon or quantum ... travel at speed of lig…
properties of x-radiation
X-rays are invisible and weightless... X-rays travel in straight…
x-ray
A weightless packet of pure energy, without electrical charge…
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