X-Rays

By Aidan Bledsoe

X-Ray Definition

A form of electromagnetic radiation with very high frequency and energy. X-rays lie between ultraviolet radiation and gamma radiation on the electromagnetic spectrum.

Wavelength Range

1 x 10-11 - 1 x 10-8

Frequency Range

3 x 1016 - 3 x 1019

Uses Of X-Rays/ X-Ray Machines

Help dentist detect diseases of teeth. Doctors use X-Rays to locate bullets and other objects inside the body. Doctors also use X-Rays to see broken bones. Doctors use X-Rays to detect cancer and kidney stones.
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X-Ray Of A Person's Hands

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X-Ray Wave

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X-Ray Airport Machine

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X-Ray Of A Persons' Broken Arm

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X-Ray Wave

In this video, it tells about how the X-Ray was discovered and on accident by a German scientist.

Interesting Facts About X-Rays

1. X-Rays were discovered in 1895, a German Scientist discovered it on accident. 2. Due to their unknown nature, they were given the name X-rays.

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