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CRC - IPE836 - APPLICATIONS OF LASER-PLASMA INTERACTIONS Organization: CRC
Date: 2008-12-22
Description: It then focuses on applications of high power x-ray sources and the development of x-ray lasers. The book also discusses how ultrahigh power lasers are used in nuclear and elementary particle physics applications as well as how the high power density of laser–plasma interactions is used to study matter under extreme conditions.
NPFC - MIL-HDBK-728/5 - RADIOLOGIC TESTING Organization: NPFC
Date: 1994-05-03
Description: Although a study of radiologic testing might include only x-rays and their uses, this handbook includes both natural and artificial radiation sources with coverage of x-ray, gamma-ray (γ-ray) and neutron-ray(N-ray) radiology. As defined in ASTM Annual Book of Standards 03.03 on Nondestructive Testing, radiology is the science and application of all penetrating radiation, radiography incorporates direct conversation to a recording medium, and radioscopy is the electronic production of a radiological image that follows very closely the changes with time of the object being imaged.
API BULL E2 - BULLETIN ON MANAGEMENT OF NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS (NORM) IN OIL & GAS PRODUCTION - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2006-04-01
Description: Radiation can result from both man-made and natural sources. Man-made sources include dental x-rays and well logging tools. Natural sources of radiation include the sun (cosmic rays) and radiation from naturally occurring materials found in the earth's crust and in living organisms.
MANEY - METALS AND THE ROYAL SOCI - METALS AND THE ROYAL SOCIETY Organization: MANEY
Date: 1999-01-01
Description: Smith, has written: 'the structure-property relationship has been the central theme of the last century of metallurgy and its statement constitutes the metallurgist's major contribution to science', see Appendix 8, Gen. Ref. 22. X-ray diffraction, as discovered and widely applied from the early years of the 20th century, permitted quantitative evaluation of the crystalline state, not only in metals but also for a whole spectrum of other materials, inorganic, organic and biological.

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