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1. JAMA Network | JAMA Oncology | Radiation Therap...
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2. Understanding Radiation Therapy | Cancer.Net
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  'What To Know About External Beam Radiation Therapy' from the web at 'http://www.cancer.gov/publications/patient-education/ebrt.pdf'  pdf  ebrt0.1 MB  - 'What To Know About External Beam Radiation Therapy' Web
  'What To Know About Brachytherapy' from the web at 'http://www.cancer.gov/publications/patient-education/brachytherapy.pdf'  pdf  brachytherapy0.4 MB  - 'What To Know About Brachytherapy' Web

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  'Cancer' from the web at 'http://www.stfrancis.edu/content/newimages/rad-therapy/2013-catalog.pdf'  pdf  2013-catalog0.1 MB  - 'Cancer' Web

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  'Questions and Answers about Biological Effects and Potential Hazards of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields' from the web at 'http://transition.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Engineering_Technology/Documents/bulletins/oet56/oet56e4.pdf'  pdf  oet56e40.1 MB  - 'Questions and Answers about Biological Effects and Potential Hazards of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields' Web

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15654gh a thin sheet of foil, and finally capturing them in a Penning-Malmberg trap.[29] The overall cooling process is workable, but highly inefficient; approximately 25 million antiprotons leave the Antiproton Decelerator and roughly 25,000 make it to the Penning-Malmberg trap, which is about 1&fras1;1000 or 0.1% of the original amount. The antiprotons are still hot when initially trapped. To cool them further, they are mixed into an electron plasma. The electrons in this plasma cool via cyclotron radiation, and then sympathetically cool the antiprotons via Coulomb collisions. Eventually, the electrons are removed by the application of short-duration electric fields, leaving the antiprotons with energies less than 100 meV.[30] While the antiprotons are being cooled in the first trap, a small cloud of positrons is captured from radioactive sodium in a Surko-style positron accumulator.[31] This cloud is then recaptured in a second trap near the antiprotons. Manipulations of the trap electroradiation15154radiation therapy20913ical imaging, such as positron emission tomography (PET). In positive beta decay, a nuclide loses surplus positive charge by emitting a positron (in the same event, a proton becomes a neutron, and a neutrino is also emitted). Nuclides with surplus positive charge are easily made in a cyclotron and are widely generated for medical use. Antiprotons have also been shown within laboratory experiments to have the potential to treat certain cancers, in a similar method currently used for ion (proton) therapy.[46] Fuel Isolated and stored anti-matter could be used as a fuel for interplanetary travel or interstellar travel[47] as part of an antimatter catalyzed nuclear pulse propulsion or other antimatter rocketry, such as the redshift rocket. Since the energy density of antimatter is higher than that of conventional fuels, an antimatter-fueled spacecraft would have a higher thrust-to-weight ratio than a conventional spacecraft. If matter-antimatter collisions resulted only in photon emission,therapy20413radiation therapy
  '"The Mystery of the Matter Asymmetry"' from the web at 'http://www.slac.stanford.edu/pubs/beamline/26/1/26-1-sather.pdf'  pdf  26-1-sather0.4 MB  - '"The Mystery of the Matter Asymmetry"' Web

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12Background radiation | encyclopedia article by TheFreeDictionary Background radiation | encyclopedia article by TheFreeDictionary http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Background+radiationPrinter Friendly Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary 8,501,529,302 visitors served Search / Page tools TheFreeDictionary Google Bing ? Keyboard Word / Article Starts with Ends with Text A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItaliano???????????PolskiPortuguêsNederlandsNorsk???????????????Türkçe?????? Twitter Get our app Log in / Register E-mail Password Wrong username or password. Facebook Twitter Google+ Yahoo Remember Me Forgot password? Register Getour app DictionaryThesaurusMedicalDictionaryLegalDictionaryFinancialDictionaryAcronymsIdiomsEncyclopediaWikipediaEncyclopedia Tools A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItaliano?????????radiation1radiation therapy2723isievert) Radiation source World[1] USA[2] Japan[3] Remark Inhalation of air 1.26 2.28 0.40 mainly from radon, depends on indoor accumulation Ingestion of food water 0.29 0.28 0.40 (K-40, C-14, etc.) Terrestrial radiation from ground 0.48 0.21 0.40 depends on soil and building material Cosmic radiation from space 0.39 0.33 0.30 depends on altitude sub total (natural) 2.40 3.10 1.50 sizeable population groups receive 10-20 mSv Medical 0.60 3.00 2.30 world-wide figure excludes radiotherapy; US figure is mostly CT scans and nuclear medicine. Consumer items - 0.13 cigarettes, air travel, building materials, etc. Atmospheric nuclear testing 0.005 - 0.01 peak of 0.11 mSv in 1963 and declining since; higher near sites Occupational exposure 0.005 0.005 0.01 world-wide average to all workers is 0.7 mSv, mostly due to radon in mines;[1] US is mostly due to medical and aviation workers.[2] Chernobyl accident 0.002 - 0.01 peak of 0.04 mSv in 1986 and declining since; highertherapy2223radiation therapy
  '"Annex E: Sources-to-effects assessment for radon in homes and workplaces"' from the web at 'http://www.unscear.org/docs/reports/2006/09-81160_Report_Annex_E_2006_Web.pdf'  pdf  09-81160_Report...> 1 MB  - '"Annex E: Sources-to-effects assessment for radon in homes and workplaces"' Web
  '"Indoor Radon Concentration Data: Its Geographic and Geologic Distribution, an Example from the Capital District, NY"' from the web at 'http://wpb-radon.com/Radon_research_papers/1995%20Nashville,%20TN/1995_14_Indoor%20Radon%20Concentration%20Data--Geographic%20and%20Geologic%20Distribution,%20Captial%20District,%20NY.pdf'  pdf  1995_14_Indoor%...0.7 MB  - '"Indoor Radon Concentration Data: Its Geographic and Geologic Distribution, an Example from the Capital District, NY"' Web

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7Acute radiation syndrome | encyclopedia article by TheFreeDictionary Acute radiation syndrome | encyclopedia article by TheFreeDictionary http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Acute+radiation+syndromePrinter Friendly Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary 8,501,529,265 visitors served Search / Page tools TheFreeDictionary Google Bing ? Keyboard Word / Article Starts with Ends with Text A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItaliano???????????PolskiPortuguêsNederlandsNorsk???????????????Türkçe?????? Twitter Get our app Log in / Register E-mail Password Wrong username or password. Facebook Twitter Google+ Yahoo Remember Me Forgot password? Register Getour app DictionaryThesaurusMedicalDictionaryLegalDictionaryFinancialDictionaryAcronymsIdiomsEncyclopediaWikipediaEncyclopedia Tools A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItaliradiation1radiation therapy9738ow which should be considered safe. Nonetheless the 'no safe amount' assumption is the basis of US and most national regulatory policies regarding "man-made" sources of radiation. Cause Both dose and dose rate contribute to the severity of acute radiation syndrome Radiation sickness is caused by exposure to a large dose of ionizing radiation (> ~0.1 Gy) over a short period of time. (> ~0.1 Gy/h) This might be the result of a nuclear explosion, a criticality accident, a radiotherapy accident as in Therac-25, a solar flare during interplanetary travel, escape of radioactive waste as in the 1987 Goiânia accident, human error in a nuclear reactor, or other possibilities. Acute radiation sickness due to ingestion of radioactive material is possible, but rare; examples include the 1987 contamination of Leide das Neves Ferreira and the 2006 poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko. Alpha and beta radiation have low penetrating power and are unlikely to affect vital internatherapy9238radiation therapy
  '"A Brief History of Radiation Protection Standards"' from the web at 'http://www.fas.org/sgp/othergov/doe/lanl/00326631.pdf'  pdf  003266310.2 MB  - '"A Brief History of Radiation Protection Standards"' Web
  '"Les accidents d’irradiation: Mise en place d’une base de données "ACCIRAD" à I’IPSN"' from the web at 'http://www.radioprotection.org/articles/radiopro/pdf/2001/04/Chambrette.pdf'  pdf  Chambrette0.9 MB  - '"Les accidents d’irradiation: Mise en place d’une base de données "ACCIRAD" à I’IPSN"' Web
  'The Radiological Accident in Goiania' from the web at 'http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/Pub815_web.pdf'  pdf  Pub815_web> 1 MB  - 'The Radiological Accident in Goiania' Web
  'Investigation of an accidental Exposure of radiotherapy patients in Panama - International Atomic Energy Agency' from the web at 'http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/Pub1114_scr.pdf'  pdf  Pub1114_scr0.7 MB  - 'Investigation of an accidental Exposure of radiotherapy patients in Panama - International Atomic Energy Agency' Web
  'The criticality accident in Sarov' from the web at 'http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/Pub1106_scr.pdf'  pdf  Pub1106_scr0.4 MB  - 'The criticality accident in Sarov' Web

10. Particle accelerator | encyclopedia article by ...
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6731- of atoms like iron or gold -1_b@b_1energies of several GeV per nucleon. Particle accelerators can also produce proton beams, which can produce proton-rich medical or research isotopes as opposed to the neutron-rich ones made in fission reactors; however, recent work has shown how to make 99Mo, usually made in reactors, by accelerating isotopes of hydrogen,[12] although this method still requires a reactor to produce tritium. An example of this type of machine is LANSCE1_b@b_1Los Alamos. Synchrotron radiation Besides being of fundamental interest, high energy electrons may be coaxed into emitting extremely bright and coherent beams of high energy photons via synchrotron radiation, which have numerous uses in the study of atomic structure, chemistry, condensed matter physics, biology, and technology. Examples include the ESRF, which has recently been used to extract detailed 3-dimensional images of insects trapped in amber.[13] Thus there is a great demand for electron accelerators of moderaradiation6231radiation therapy2796he 1920s, is the basis for all modern accelerator concepts and large-scale facilities. Rolf Wider e, Gustav Ising, Le Szilárd, Donald Kerst, and Ernest Lawrence are considered as pioneers of this field, conceiving and building the first operational linear particle accelerator,[2] the betatron, and the cyclotron. Alongside their best known use in particle physics as colliders (e.g. LHC, RHIC, Tevatron), particle accelerators are used in a large variety of applications, including particle therapy for oncological purposes, and as synchrotron light sources for fields such as condensed matter physics. Because colliders can give evidence on the structure of the subatomic world, accelerators were commonly referred to as atom smashers in the 20th century.[3] Despite the fact that most accelerators (but not ion facilities) actually propel subatomic particles, the term persists in popular usage when referring to particle accelerators in general.[4][5][6] Uses Beamlines leading from therapy2296radiation therapy
  '"Accelerator school travels university circuit"' from the web at 'http://controls.als.lbl.gov/als_physics/Fernando/FSannibaleWebSite/Teaching/USPAS/USPASHighLights/PhysiscsTodayUSPAS_Feb2010.pdf'  pdf  PhysiscsTodayUS...0.2 MB  - '"Accelerator school travels university circuit"' Web
  '"Self-Focused Particle Beam Drivers for Plasma Wakefield Accelerators"' from the web at 'http://peaches.ph.utexas.edu/ifs/ifsreports/Self-focused762.pdf'  pdf  Self-focused762
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11. List of accelerators in particle physics | ency...
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3109 366942- Circular Various >100 MeV Research on uranium isotope separation Calutrons Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1943- "Horseshoe" Uranium nuclei Used to separate isotopes for the Manhattan project 95-inch cyclotron Harvard Cyclotron Laboratory 1949-2002 Circular Proton 160 MeV Used for nuclear physics 1949 - ~ 1961, development of clinical proton therapy until 2002 [1] First accelerator built1_b@b_1the current Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory site, then known as the Berkeley Radiation Laboratory ("Rad Lab" for short) Other early accelerator types Accelerator Location Years of operation Shape and size Accelerated particle Kinetic Energy Notes and discoveries made Cockcroft and Walton's electrostatic accelerator Cavendish Laboratory 1932 See Cockroft- Walton generator Proton 0.7 MeV First to artificially split the nucleus (Lithium) Synchrotrons Accelerator Location Years of operation Shape and size Accelerated particle Kinetic Energy Notes and discovradiation therapy2609radiation therapy
  'Design study' from the web at 'https://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/518868/files/CM-P00059116.pdf'  pdf  CM-P000591160.9 MB  - 'Design study' Web
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  'Design study' from the web at 'https://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/317704/files/ps-96-043.pdf'  pdf  ps-96-0430.9 MB  - 'Design study' Web
  'Design study' from the web at 'https://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/124681/files/198009172.pdf'  pdf  1980091720.9 MB  - 'Design study' Web
  'High-energy collider parameters' from the web at 'http://pdg.lbl.gov/2005/reviews/collidersrpp.pdf'  pdf  collidersrpp0.057 MB  - 'High-energy collider parameters' Web
  'A brief history and review of accelerators (11 pgs, PDF file)' from the web at 'http://documents.cern.ch/archive/cernrep/1994/94-01/p1.pdf'  pdf  p10.1 MB  - 'A brief history and review of accelerators (11 pgs, PDF file)' Web

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6748 development program had progressed far enough to justify a greatly expanded program leading to commercial development, the AEC could not justify the diversion of substantial funds from the LMFBR to a competing program.[5] Russian MSR research program In Russia, a molten-salt reactor research program was started in the second half of the 1970s1_b@b_1the Kurchatov Institute. It covered a wide range of theoretical and experimental studies, particularly the investigation of mechanical, corrosion and radiation properties of the molten salt container materials. The main findings of completed program supported the conclusion that there are no physical nor technological obstacles to the practical implementation of MSRs.[9] A reduction in activity occurred after 1986 due to the Chernobyl disaster, along with a general stagnation of nuclear power and nuclear industry.[10](p381) Recent developments Liquid-salt very-high-temperature reactor As of September 2010, research was continuing for reactorsradiation6248radiation therapy33396Z-pinch Other Dense plasma focus Migma Muon-catalyzed Polywell Pyroelectric List of nuclear reactors Power Nuclear power plant By country Economics Accidents Policy Fusion Radioisotope thermoelectric (RTG) Propulsion rocket Safety Medicine Imaging by radiation Gamma camera Radball Scintigraphy Single photon emission (SPECT) Positron emission tomography (PET scan) X-ray Projectional radiography Computed tomography Therapy Fast neutron therapy Proton beam therapy Targeted Alpha Particle Therapy Gamma Knife Tomotherapy Brachytherapy Radiopharmaceutical Radiation therapy Weapons Topics Arms race Delivery Design Disarmament Ethics Explosion effects History Proliferation Testing underground Warfare Yield TNTe Lists States Tests Treaties Weapon-free zones Weapons Waste Products Actinide: (Reprocessed uranium Reactor-grade plutonium Minor actinide) Activtherapy32896radiation therapy
  'Cost of Electricity from Molten Salt Reactors (MSR)' from the web at 'http://ralphmoir.com/media/coe_10_2_2001.pdf'  pdf  coe_10_2_20010.1 MB  - 'Cost of Electricity from Molten Salt Reactors (MSR)' Web
  'Molten Salt Reactor (MSR)' from the web at 'http://www.inl.gov/research/molten-salt-reactor/d/molten-salt-reactor.pdf'  pdf  molten-salt-rea...0.3 MB  - 'Molten Salt Reactor (MSR)' Web
  'An Account of Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Thirteen Nuclear Reactors, ORNL/TM-2009/181' from the web at 'http://info.ornl.gov/sites/publications/Files/Pub20808.pdf'  pdf  Pub20808> 1 MB  - 'An Account of Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Thirteen Nuclear Reactors, ORNL/TM-2009/181' Web
  'Preparation and Handling of Salt Mixtures for the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment' from the web at 'http://www.energyfromthorium.com/pdf/ORNL-4616.pdf'  pdf  ORNL-46160.9 MB  - 'Preparation and Handling of Salt Mixtures for the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment' Web
  '"Critical issues of nuclear energy systems employing molten salt fluorides"' from the web at 'http://www.acsept.org/AIWOpdf/AIWO1-25-Ignatiev.pdf'  pdf  AIWO1-25-Ignati...0.9 MB  - '"Critical issues of nuclear energy systems employing molten salt fluorides"' Web
  '"Safety and Licensing Aspects of the Molten Salt Reactor"' from the web at 'http://www.ornl.gov/~webworks/cppr/y2001/pres/120507.pdf'  pdf  1205070.5 MB  - '"Safety and Licensing Aspects of the Molten Salt Reactor"' Web

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1Radiation | encyclopedia article by TheFreeDictionary Radiation | encyclopedia article by TheFreeDictionary http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/RadiationPrinter Friendly Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary 8,546,534,462 visitors served Search / Page tools TheFreeDictionary Google Bing ? Keyboard Word / Article Starts with Ends with Text A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItaliano???????????PolskiPortuguêsNederlandsNorsk???????????????Türkçe?????? Twitter Get our app Log in / Register E-mail Password Wrong username or password. Facebook Twitter Google+ Yahoo Remember Me Forgot password? Register Getour app DictionaryThesaurusMedicalDictionaryLegalDictionaryFinancialDictionaryAcronymsIdiomsEncyclopediaWikipediaEncyclopedia Tools A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItaliano???????????PolskiPortuguêsNederlandsNorsk?radiation1radiation therapy14334beta;−) radiation consists of an energetic electron. It is more ionizing than alpha radiation, but less than gamma. Beta radiation from radioactive decay can be stopped with a few centimeters of plastic or a few millimeters of metal. It occurs when a neutron decays into a proton in a nucleus, releasing the beta particle and an antineutrino. Beta radiation from linac accelerators is far more energetic and penetrating than natural beta radiation. It is sometimes used therapeutically in radiotherapy to treat superficial tumors. Beta-plus (β+) radiation is the emission of positrons, which are the antimatter form of electrons. When a positron slows down to speeds similar to those of electrons in the material, the positron will annihilate an electron, releasing two gamma photons of 511 keV in the process. Those two gamma photons will be traveling in (approximately) opposite direction. The gamma radiation from positron annihilation consists of high energy photons, and is ionizing. therapy13834radiation therapy
  '"Non-Ionizing Radiations – Sources, Biological Effects, Emissions and Exposures"' from the web at 'http://www.who.int/peh-emf/meetings/archive/en/keynote3ng.pdf'  pdf  keynote3ng0.9 MB  - '"Non-Ionizing Radiations – Sources, Biological Effects, Emissions and Exposures"' Web

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4917e that they could cause environmental and security problems as leakage or theft of the radioactive material could pass unnoticed for years, particularly as the locations of some of these lighthouses are no longer known due to poor record keeping. In one instance, the radioactive compartments were opened by a thief.[5] In another case, three woodsmen in Georgia came across two ceramic RTG heat sources that had been stripped of their shielding. Two of the three were later hospitalized with severe radiation burns after carrying the sources on their backs. The units were eventually recovered and isolated.[6] There are approximately 1,000 such RTGs in Russia. All of them have long exhausted their 10-year engineered life spans. They are likely no longer functional, and may be in need of dismantling. Some of them have become the prey of metal hunters, who strip the RTGs' metal casings, regardless of the risk of radioactive contamination.[7] The United States Air Force uses RTGs to power remotradiation4417radiation therapy38968Z-pinch Other Dense plasma focus Migma Muon-catalyzed Polywell Pyroelectric List of nuclear reactors Power Nuclear power plant By country Economics Accidents Policy Fusion Radioisotope thermoelectric (RTG) Propulsion rocket Safety Medicine Imaging by radiation Gamma camera Radball Scintigraphy Single photon emission (SPECT) Positron emission tomography (PET scan) X-ray Projectional radiography Computed tomography Therapy Fast neutron therapy Proton beam therapy Targeted Alpha Particle Therapy Gamma Knife Tomotherapy Brachytherapy Radiopharmaceutical Radiation therapy Weapons Topics Arms race Delivery Design Disarmament Ethics Explosion effects History Proliferation Testing underground Warfare Yield TNTe Lists States Tests Treaties Weapon-free zones Weapons Waste Products Actinide: (Reprocessed uranium Reactor-grade plutonium Minor actinide) Activtherapy38468radiation therapy
  '"General Safety Considerations"' from the web at 'http://fti.neep.wisc.edu/neep602/SPRING00/lecture39.pdf'  pdf  lecture39
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  '"Report by Minister of Atomic Energy Alexander Rumyantsev1_b@b_1the IAEA conference "Security of Radioactive Sources," Vienna, Austria. March 11th 2003 (Internet Archive copy)"' from the web at 'http://web.archive.org/web/20030806043406/http:/www.iaea.org/worldatom/Press/Focus/RadSources/statement_rus.pdf'  pdf  statement_rus
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3637ns and 6 neutrons, while the very rare radioactive carbon-14 isotope has 6 protons and 8 neutrons. While bound neutrons in nuclei have the possibility to be stable (depending on the nuclide), free neutrons are unstable; they undergo beta decay with a mean lifetime of just under 15 minutes (881.5±1.5 s).[5] Free neutrons are produced in nuclear fission and fusion. Dedicated neutron sources like neutron generators, research reactors and spallation sources produce free neutrons for use in irradiation and in neutron scattering experiments. Even though it is not a chemical element, the free neutron is sometimes included in tables of nuclides.[6] The neutron has been the key to nuclear power production. The neutron was discovered in 1932, and in 1933, it was realized that it might mediate a nuclear chain reaction. In the 1930s, neutrons were used to produce many different types of nuclear transmutations. When nuclear fission was discovered in 1938, it became clear that, if the processradiation3137radiation therapy44464buted under the terms of GNU Free Documentation License. Want to thank TFD for its existence? Tell a friend about us, add a link to this page, or visit the webmaster's page for free fun content. Link to this page: Facebook Twitter Feedback My bookmarks ? Please log in or register to use bookmarks. You can also log in with FacebookTwitterGoogle+Yahoo + Add current page to bookmarks Charity Feed your brain, feed a hungry child Mentioned in ? Fast neutron therapyFission product yieldFree neutronInelastic neutron scatteringNeutron (disambiguation)neutron bombNeutron captureNeutron detectionNeutron fluxNeutron generatorNeutron radiationNeutron scatteringNeutron sourceNeutron starNeutron temperatureNeutron transportNeutron triple-axis spectrometryNuclear fissionNuclear reactor physics Wikipedia browser ? ?NeutralinoNeutralisation (immunology)Neutrality Act of 1937Neutrality ActsNeutrality ArchNeutrality of moneyNeutrality PatrolNeutralizationNtherapy43964radiation therapy
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27574pite an 8.6%[71] decrease in buoyancy.[11] In many applications, the noble gases are used to provide an inert atmosphere. Argon is used in the synthesis of air-sensitive compounds that are sensitive to nitrogen. Solid argon is also used for the study of very unstable compounds, such as reactive intermediates, by trapping them in an inert matrix1_b@b_1very low temperatures.[72] Helium is used as the carrier medium in gas chromatography, as a filler gas for thermometers, and in devices for measuring radiation, such as the Geiger counter and the bubble chamber.[62] Helium and argon are both commonly used to shield welding arcs and the surrounding base metal from the atmosphere during welding and cutting, as well as in other metallurgical processes and in the production of silicon for the semiconductor industry.[61] 15,000-watt xenon short-arc lamp used in IMAX projectors Noble gases are commonly used in lighting because of their lack of chemical reactivity. Argon, mixed with nitrogen, iradiation27074radiation therapy30103ication in medicine. Helium is sometimes used to improve the ease of breathing of asthma sufferers.[61] Xenon is used as an anesthetic because of its high solubility in lipids, which makes it more potent than the usual nitrous oxide, and because it is readily eliminated from the body, resulting in faster recovery.[74] Xenon finds application in medical imaging of the lungs through hyperpolarized MRI.[75] Radon, which is highly radioactive and is only available in minute amounts, is used in radiotherapy.[11] Discharge color Colors and spectra (bottom row) of electric discharge in noble gases; only the second row represents pure gases. Helium Neon Argon (with some Hg in the "Ar" image) Krypton Xenon The color of gas discharge emission depends on several factors, including the following:[76] discharge parameters (local value of current density and electric field, temperature, etc. - note the color variation along the discharge in the top row); therapy29603radiation therapy
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8776own about uranium carbide is in the form of pin-type fuel elements for liquid metal fast breeder reactors during their intense study during the '60s and '70s. However, recently there has been a revived interest in uranium carbide in the form of plate fuel and most notably, micro fuel particles (such as TRISO particles). The high thermal conductivity and high melting point makes uranium carbide an attractive fuel. In addition, because of the absence of oxygen in this fuel (during the course of irradiation, excess gas pressure can build from the formation of O2 or other gases) as well as the ability to complement a ceramic coating (a ceramic-ceramic interface has structural and chemical advantages), uranium carbide could be the ideal fuel candidate for certain Generation IV reactors such as the gas-cooled fast reactor. Liquid fuels Liquid fuels are liquids containing dissolved nuclear fuel and have been shown to offer numerous operational advantages compared to traditional solid fuel appradiation8276radiation therapy36820Z-pinch Other Dense plasma focus Migma Muon-catalyzed Polywell Pyroelectric List of nuclear reactors Power Nuclear power plant By country Economics Accidents Policy Fusion Radioisotope thermoelectric (RTG) Propulsion rocket Safety Medicine Imaging by radiation Gamma camera Radball Scintigraphy Single photon emission (SPECT) Positron emission tomography (PET scan) X-ray Projectional radiography Computed tomography Therapy Fast neutron therapy Proton beam therapy Targeted Alpha Particle Therapy Gamma Knife Tomotherapy Brachytherapy Radiopharmaceutical Radiation therapy Weapons Topics Arms race Delivery Design Disarmament Ethics Explosion effects History Proliferation Testing underground Warfare Yield TNTe Lists States Tests Treaties Weapon-free zones Weapons Waste Products Actinide: (Reprocessed uranium Reactor-grade plutonium Minor actinide) Activtherapy36320radiation therapy
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