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nuclear radiation

Physics. radiation in the form of elementary particles emitted by an atomic nucleus, as alpha rays or gamma rays, produced by decay of radioactive substances or by nuclear fission. Unabridged
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  • Alternatively, there is the beginning to explore the possibility to produce fusion energy without any nuclear radiation hazards.
  • Finally there is now convincing evidence that nuclear radiation is not nearly as dangerous as was thought.
  • There are more people getting struck by lightning than dying of nuclear radiation.
  • The whole world knew that nuclear radiation was dangerous.
  • What about the countries which will suffer from nuclear radiation.
  • nuclear radiation release to the public in adverse moment is the hyper critical control point.
  • Much of which is rooted in a fear of nuclear radiation that flies in the face of the biological facts.
  • High temperatures, electrical discharges, or nuclear radiation can cause ionization.

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