But an irradiation in the other direction is, unfortunately, at least as likely, if not more so.
The latter has a half-life of only 8.8 minutes and so counting must begin soon after the irradiation.
The force of the irradiation has been directly proportional with the squares of the distances.
irradiation, by which alone these two truths are reconciled, is a consequent truthI perceive it.
However, is it not interesting to attribute the apparent movement to irradiation?
Upon these are superposed the numerous psycho-physiological phenomena of color, irradiation, etc.
It is classed as an effect of irradiation, and is caused by the sun shining through the depressions between the lunar mountains.
The phenomena of magnetism were ascribed by him to the irradiation of angels.
The shadows on the snow-fields deepened to purple below an irradiation of rose and pink and dazzling silver.
irradiation in general has been defined as the lateral diffusion of nervous stimuli beyond the actual stimulus.
1580s, from French irradiation, from Latin *irradiationem, noun of action from past participle stem of irradiare (see irradiate). Originally of light (literally and figuratively); of X-rays, etc., from 1901.
irradiation ir·ra·di·a·tion (ĭ-rā'dē-ā'shən)
Exposure or subjection to the action of radiation for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
Medical treatment by exposure to radiation.
The spread of a nervous impulse beyond the usual path of conduction.