X ray

NOUN
  1. electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength produced when high-speed electrons strike a solid target
  2. a radiogram made by exposing photographic film to X rays; used in medical diagnosis
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How To Use X ray In A Sentence

  • In addition, X ray, SEM and numerical simulation have been employed to the estimation and prediction of bead filling mold, pattern making and quality of finished pattern.
  • Very intense X ray emission, high energy ions and neutrons with energies up to MeV have been produced in the interaction process of ultrashort laser pulses with atomic clusters.
  • X rays emerge when the electrons, accelerated by a strong electric field, slam into a tungsten target.
  • Les chaux de zinc, d'argent, de mercure, prennent des couleurs plus ou moins vives, & se rapprochent d'autant plus du noir, qu'elles ont été exposées plus longtemps, ou d'une manière plus directe, aux rayons du soleil. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Very intense X ray emission, high energy ions and neutrons with energies up to MeV have been produced in the interaction process of ultrashort laser pulses with atomic clusters.
  • The calibration experiment of glancing incidence soft X ray planar mirror reflectivity is reported.
  • The spicular skeleton consists of six rays triaxially arranged.
  • X rays may show inflammation where the sacrum meets the pelvis.
  • Von Laue showed that x rays are diffracted in specific directions determined by the distances of separation between the parallel planes of molecules in crystals.
  • Surprisingly, x rays do not penetrate Earth's atmosphere, so astronomers must place x-ray telescopes in space.
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