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NOUN   an X-ray | X-rays
VERB   to X-ray | X-rayed | X-rayed
X-raying | X-rays
SYNO roentgenogram | roentgen ray | X-radiation | ...
prześwietlić kogoś/coś [acc.] [dok.]
to X-ray
zdjęcie {n} rentgenowskie
aparat {m} rentgenowski
X-ray machine
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Translation for 'X-ray' from English to Polish

to X-ray
prześwietlić kogoś/coś [acc.] [dok.]

zdjęcie {n}

X-ray machine
aparat {m}
Usage Examples English
  • Results from the SIM bay experiments would include the conclusion, from data gathered by the X-ray spectrometer, that there was greater fluorescent X-ray flux than anticipated, and that the lunar highlands were richer in aluminum than were the mares.
  • GX 339-4 (V821 Arae) is a moderately strong variable galactic low-mass X-ray binary (LMXB) source and black-hole candidate that flares from time to time.
  • This is a mathematically real conclusion reached by studies of X-ray diffraction patterns, and stems from the 1971 work of Kenneth Wade, the nominative source for Wade's rules of polyhedral skeletal electron pair theory.
  • ATP analogs are also used in X-ray crystallography to determine a protein structure in complex with ATP, often together with other substrates.
  • The initial concept envisioned large sophisticated orbiting laser battle stations, space-based relay mirrors, and nuclear-pumped X-ray laser satellites.
  • Extensive X-ray and ultraviolet induced mutagenesis efforts (i.e. ...
  • In X-ray crystallography, the C(=O)N center together with the three immediately adjacent atoms characteristically define a plane.
  • Treated amethyst is produced by gamma ray, X-ray, or electron-beam irradiation of clear quartz (rock crystal), which has been first doped with ferric impurities.
  • In this case, a visible photon or a characteristic X-ray is emitted, or a phenomenon known as the Auger effect may take place, where the released energy is transferred to another bound electron, causing it to go into the continuum.
  • Electron emission techniques such as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and Auger electron spectroscopy (AES), which measure the binding energies of the core electrons, are used to identify the atomic species present in a sample in a non-destructive way.
  • In 2019, two additional ultraviolet stellar flares were detected, each with far-ultraviolet energy of 3×1022 joules, together with one X-ray stellar flare with energy 1.6×1022 joules.
  • In a purer form it is used as X-ray radiocontrast agents for imaging the human gastrointestinal tract.
  • As cubic boron nitride consists of light atoms and is very robust chemically and mechanically, it is one of the popular materials for X-ray membranes: low mass results in small X-ray absorption, and good mechanical properties allow usage of thin membranes, thus further reducing the absorption.
  • X-ray fluorescence analysis of 39 orichalcum ingots recovered from a 2,600-year-old shipwreck off Sicily found them to be an alloy made with 75–80% copper, 15–20% zinc and small percentages of nickel, lead and iron.
  • In the early 1930s, William Astbury showed that there were drastic changes in the X-ray fiber diffraction of moist wool or hair fibers upon significant stretching.
  • X-ray absorption fine-structure spectroscopy is an atomic scale probe making it useful for studying materials lacking in long range order.
  • In addition, arcseconds are sometimes used in rocking curve (ω-scan) x ray diffraction measurements of high-quality epitaxial thin films.
  • Americium-241 has been used as a portable source of both gamma rays and alpha particles for a number of medical and industrial uses.
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