Maximum Energy

Some articles on energy:

Chronic Radiodermatitis - Beta Burns - Energy Vs Penetration Depth
77 β The effects depend on both the intensity and the energy of the radiation ... Low-energy beta (sulfur-35, 170 keV) produces shallow ulcers with little damage to dermis, while cobalt-60 (310 keV), caesium-137 (550 keV), phosphorus-32 (1.71 MeV), strontium-90 (650 keV) and its daughter product ... Conversely, megavolt-scale beams can deposit their energy deeper with less damage to the dermis modern radiotherapy electron beam accelerators take advantage of this ...
Eosinophilic, Polymorphic, And Pruritic Eruption Associated With Radiotherapy - Beta Burns - Energy Vs Penetration Depth
43.9.00005 390 βγ 151Sm 96.6.5314 77 β The effects depend on both the intensity and the energy of the radiation ... Low-energy beta (sulfur-35, 170 keV) produces shallow ulcers with little damage to dermis, while cobalt-60 (310 keV), caesium-137 (550 keV), phosphorus-32 (1.71 MeV), strontium-90 (650 keV) and ... Conversely, megavolt-scale beams can deposit their energy deeper with less damage to the dermis modern radiotherapy electron beam accelerators take advantage of this ...
Radiation Burn - Beta Burns - Energy Vs Penetration Depth
90.5314 77 β Hover underlined more info The effects depend on both the intensity and the energy of the radiation ... Low-energy beta (sulfur-35, 170 keV) produces shallow ulcers with little damage to dermis, while cobalt-60 (310 keV), caesium-137 (550 keV), phosphorus-32 (1.71 MeV), strontium-90 (650 keV) and its daughter ... Conversely, megavolt-scale beams can deposit their energy deeper with less damage to the dermis modern radiotherapy electron beam accelerators take advantage of this ...

Famous quotes containing the words energy and/or maximum:

    Viewed narrowly, all life is universal hunger and an expression of energy associated with it.
    Mary Ritter Beard (1876–1958)

    I had a quick grasp of the secret to sanity—it had become the ability to hold the maximum of impossible combinations in one’s mind.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)