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Descriptions of Ionizing radiation

Ionizing radiation: RAEB: This category is for low level radiation carcinogenesis, mutagenesis, and biology, not diagnosis or therapy, unless the focus is on harmful side effects of these procedures (e.g. second tumors presumably resulting from radiation therapy of a previous tumor) or on basic interactions of radiation with biological molecules. (For non-low level, use Ionizing Radiation.)
Source: Diseases Database

Ionizing radiation : radiation with sufficient quantal energy to cleave covalent bonds in biomolecules, resulting in ion pair products.
Source: CRISP

Summary Information: Ionizing radiation

Ionizing radiation: Ionizing radiation is energy in the form of particles and electromagnetic waves that can remove electrons from atoms; atoms are the building blocks of the material inside cells. In medicine, ionizing radiation is man-made, such as x-rays and gamma rays.

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Types Of Ionizing radiation

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