Translation of radiation in Spanish:

radiation

Pronunciation: /ˌreɪdiˈeɪʃən/

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  • 1 [Phys] radiación (f); (before n) [levels/leakage] de radiación radiation sickness radiotoxemia (f) radiation therapy radioterapia (f)
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    • The total spectrum of solar radiation comprises ultraviolet radiations, visible light, and infra-red radiations, in order of increasing electromagnetic wavelengths.
    • A radioactive source will emit these radiations at various frequencies, depending on its activity and its decay mode.
    • This foil doesn't do very well in the air, but it protected it from meteorites and from the ultraviolet radiations from the sun.
  • 2 (process of radiating) irradiación (f)
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    • Because it uses sound waves instead of radiation, ultrasound is safer than X-rays.
    • When taken up by obstacles, beta particles produce a more penetrative secondary radiation known as bremsstrahlung.
    • We now know that invisible forces do control some things: gravity, radiation, electricity.

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