Radiation Interaction with Matter

Radiation transmitted by radioactive nuclides, both inside and outside our bodies, communicates with our tissues. Electromagnetic radiation of all wavelengths, including radio waves, microwaves, radar, and light, of both synthetic and regular inceptions, always, bombard us. A large portion of this radiation, for example, neutrinos and radio waves, luckily, goes innocuously through us. Other radiation, for example, light and longer wavelength electromagnetic radiation for the most part associate innocuously with our tissues. Nonetheless, shorter wavelength electromagnetic radiation and charged particles created by atomic responses can bring about different degrees of harm to our phones.

  • Attenuation of Neutral Particle Beams
  • Photo Electric Effect
  • Compton Scattering
  • Neutron Interactions
  • Attenuation of Charged Particles

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