Gamma Rays

Science / Chemistry / Gamma Rays: A very high energy form of electromagnetic radiation, typically with wavelengths of less than 3 pm. Gamma rays are produced by certain nuclear decay processes, and are used to sterilize food.

X-Rays

Science / Weather / X-Rays: The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that has a very short wave length. It has a wave length longer than gamma rays, yet shorter than visible light. X-rays can penetrate various thicknesses of MORE

Grayscale

Technology / Digital Cameras / Grayscale: A photo made up of varying tones of black and white. Grayscale is synonymous with black and white. MORE

Bitewing X-Rays

Health / Dentistry / Bitewing X-Rays: X-rays taken of the crowns of teeth to check for decay. MORE

Gamma Rays

Science / Chemistry / Gamma Rays: A very high energy form of electromagnetic radiation, typically with wavelengths of less than 3 pm. Gamma rays are produced by certain nuclear decay processes, and are used to sterilize food. MORE

Time Gamma Curve

Entertainment / Photography / Time Gamma Curve: See gamma. MORE

Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA)

Health / Vitamins / Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA): Essential fatty acid contained especially by plant-extracted oils, useful in normal brain function, growth, normal development, bone strength, skin and hair growth stimulation, stimulator of reproduct MORE

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