Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

solar radiation   (radiación solar)

Temperature is largely dependent on the incidence of solar radiation.

It uses a collector wall to capture solar radiation in the form of heat.

It can detect reflected solar radiation and internal infrared emissions.

electromagnetic radiation   (radiación electromagnética)

Both are forms of electromagnetic radiation.

Not all types of electromagnetic radiation are carcinogenic.

radiation therapy   (radioterapia)

Treatment may also include chemotherapy or radiation therapy.

If a lumpectomy is used it is often combined with radiation therapy.

Causes are external beam radiation therapy (EBRT), or brachytherapy.

ionizing radiation   (radiación ionizante)

Irradiation of food is the exposure of food to ionizing radiation.

Dysprosium is used in dosimeters for measuring ionizing radiation.

Sources of ionizing radiation include medical imaging, and radon gas.

radiation exposure   (exposición a la radiación)

Another prominent issue is radiation exposure.

Coleman claims that Lester is suffering from radiation exposure.

This led to four deaths and serious injuries from radiation exposure.

ultraviolet radiation   (Radiación ultravioleta)

They were later renamed ultraviolet radiation.

UV (disambiguation) UV usually refers to ultraviolet radiation.

The "chemical rays" found by him were afterwards called ultraviolet radiation.

infrared radiation

Some use infrared radiation or laser light; these are usually called LIDAR.

Commercially, mercury cadmium telluride is of continuing interest for detection of infrared radiation.

Like the star Vega, it has excess infrared radiation, which indicates it may be ringed by a disk of dust.

gamma radiation

This decay also produced alpha, beta, and gamma radiation.

It is a strong emitter of gamma radiation.

The beta decay from Cs to Ba is a strong emission of gamma radiation.

background radiation

The CMB is faint cosmic background radiation filling all space.

This is far less than the 2.7 K temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation.

This includes both offsite "natural background radiation" and any medical radiation doses.

thermal radiation

Such heat transfer occurs by conduction or by thermal radiation.

The inverse or time-reversed process of absorption is thermal radiation.

Most of this thermal radiation is absorbed by the atmosphere and warms it.

radiation levels

Three different grades of dosimeter were used, depending on ambient radiation levels.

A test in Western Australia conducted a few months later found some increased nuclear radiation levels.

In another flashback to Tribeca, the radiation levels are stabilizing as it was engineered to dissipate.

radiation dose   (dosis de radiación)

The person shortly afterwards becomes ill and dies as a result of the radiation dose.

By the end of the mission, the crew members experienced an average radiation dose of 1.6 mGy.

Rad (unit) The rad is a unit of absorbed radiation dose, defined as 1 rad = 0.01 Gy = 0.01 J/kg.

synchrotron radiation

These particles emit synchrotron radiation as they pass through magnetic fields.

In 1947, synchrotron radiation was discovered with a 70 MeV electron synchrotron at General Electric.

The acceleration from this curving motion induces the electron to radiate energy in the form of synchrotron radiation.

radiation pressure   (presión de radiación)

This implies that the sodium atoms are driven away from the comet's head by radiation pressure.

He began by extending Karl Schwarzschild's earlier work on radiation pressure in Emden polytropic models.

In the case of comets, nongravitational forces, such as radiation pressure and gas drag, must be taken into account.

radiation poisoning

Ataxia can be induced as a result of severe acute radiation poisoning with an absorbed dose of more than 30 grays.

His doctor and best friend, Steve Harris, diagnoses him with radiation poisoning and gives Homer three weeks to live.

If the astronauts get too much radiation, it increases their lifetime cancer risk and they can get radiation poisoning.

cosmic radiation   (radiación cósmica)

More than half of the cosmic radiation observed from the Earth's surface consists of muons.

Perkins' earliest achievements include the discovery of the negative pion in cosmic radiation.

The mission of this experiment is to detect antiparticles in the cosmic radiation at high altitudes.

radiation emitted

Ionizing radiation emitted by californium on bone and in the liver can cause cancer.

This way any (unmodulated) radiation emitted for example by the atomizer can be excluded, which is imperative for LS AAS.

There is ample evidence that the intense radiation emitted by certain kinds of astronomical objects is due to black holes.

radiation protection   (Protección de radiación)

It works as an authority in the area of radiation protection and nuclear safety.

Kerma area product (KAP) is a related quantity, which for all practical radiation protection purposes is equal to dose area product.

The same issue occurs with radiation protection instruments, where a reading from an instrument may be affected by the background radiation.

effects of radiation

Wolbach's early research was into the effects of radiation on skin with Porter.

Karl Gordon Henize died October 5, 1993 on an expedition to Mount Everest studying the effects of radiation from space.

The facilities combine ion accelerators "in situ" with Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM): a technique that allows real-time monitoring of the effects of radiation damage on the microstructures of a wide variety of materials.