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You can see the spikes on this. They are bomb tests in the Pacific and other bombing test sites. The H & N survivors were exposed when they were bombed, weakened, then exposed to more bomb tests which they were more susceptible to each time they were re-exposed.
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Gamma rays and x‐rays
Gamma rays and x‐rays are both forms of electromagnetic radiation. They differ
only in their source. A gamma ray emanates from the nucleus of a radioactive
atom. An x‐ray emanates from outside the nucleus of a radioactive atom, or
from an electron as it changes direction when passing an atomic nucleus; this
latter type of x‐ray is called bremstrahlung. All are collectively referred to as ionizing photons
The alpha particle, comprised of two protons and two neutrons, is very massive,
has high kinetic energy, and a charge of +2. Due to its relatively low velocity, it
leaves a dense track of ionizations caused by coulumbic interactions. An alpha
particle can penetrate about 3 cm of air, but only a few microns of tissue.
The beta particle is a high speed electron, with a charge of ‐1, ejected from a nucleus. The beta particles from a given isotope have a continuous spectrum of
energy that is characterized only by the maximum energy associated with the
isotope. Depending on the maximum energy, beta particles can penetrate a few
microns to a few centimeters of tissue. They also leave a moderately dense track
of ionizations caused by coulumbic interactions.
Like the electronic devices described above, beta particles will produce x‐rays
when absorbed by a target.
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