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[ ɹˌe͡ɪdɪˈe͡ɪʃən], [ ɹˌe‍ɪdɪˈe‍ɪʃən], [ ɹ_ˌeɪ_d_ɪ__ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n]
  • n.

    • becquerel,
    • half-life,
    • Gamma rays,
    • atomic,
    • cosmic radiation,
    • cosmic rays,
    • Geiger Counter,
    • fission,
    • carbon dating,
    • alpha particle.
    act (noun)actinotherapy (noun)beam (noun)cosmic ray (noun)destroyer (noun)
    • exterminator,
    • wrecker,
    • exterminators,
    • chemotherapies,
    • eradicator,
    • eradicators,
    • savages,
    • Demolisher,
    • wreckers,
    • pillagers,
    • ransacker,
    • despoiler,
    • demolishers,
    • vandal,
    • pillager,
    • ransackers,
    • chemotherapy,
    • despoilers.
    disappearance (noun)dispersion (noun)
    • diffusion,
    • disintegration,
    • dispersion,
    • evaporation,
    • diffraction,
    • refraction,
    • dislocation,
    • disjunction,
    • evanescence,
    • scattering,
    • dissolution,
    • detachment,
    • dispersal,
    • disconnection,
    • disbursement,
    • separation,
    • breakup,
    • distribution.
    dissemination (noun)dissipation (noun)
    • dis semination,
    • dis-integration,
    • dis solution,
    • dis-seminations,
    • dis-semination,
    • dis-integrations,
    • dis integrations,
    • dis integration,
    • dis seminations,
    • dis-solution,
    • dis-solutions,
    • dis solutions.
    divergence (noun)emanation (noun)
    • ex halations,
    • out pour,
    • ex-halations,
    • out pours,
    • ex-halation,
    • be-ginning,
    • emergings,
    • springings,
    • out flow,
    • wellings,
    • out flows,
    • issuings,
    • ex halation,
    • out-pours,
    • out-pour,
    • be ginning.
    emission (noun)fallout (noun)flash (noun)
    • re-flection,
    • phosphorescences,
    • incandescences,
    • in-candescence,
    • re flection,
    • re flections,
    • re-flections,
    • in candescences,
    • in candescence,
    • in-candescences,
    • bedazzlements.
    irradiation (noun)light (noun)
    • luminousness,
    • shine,
    • glow,
    • brilliance,
    • illumination,
    • lucidity,
    • scintillation,
    • brightness,
    • blaze,
    • gleam,
    • beam.
    Other relevant words: (noun)
    • pencils,
    • emission,
    • astrochemistry,
    • light,
    • activity,
    • flash,
    • suffusions,
    • Pyrometry,
    • Oozings,
    • transfusion,
    • natural process,
    • effluent,
    • issuance,
    • neural structure,
    • incandescence,
    • natural action,
    • spreading,
    • cosmic particles,
    • effluents,
    • wastage,
    • energy,
    • moonbeam,
    • intergalactic matter,
    • infertility,
    • Energy Transfer,
    • effluence,
    • divergence,
    • syndrome,
    • phosphorescence,
    • effluences,
    • spreadings,
    • destroyer,
    • particle physics,
    • ramification,
    • leakages,
    • flowings,
    • luster,
    • action,
    • aurora particle,
    • nuclear chemistry,
    • RAYS,
    • Scatterings,
    • aurora particles,
    • glisten,
    • wastages,
    • cosmic ray,
    • exhalation,
    • bedazzlement,
    • leakage,
    • extravagance,
    • out-flows,
    • pencil,
    • exudation,
    • out-flow,
    • ray,
    • Welling,
    • emanation,
    • issuances,
    • efflux,
    • glance,
    • moonbeams,
    • cosmic particle,
    • main sequence,
    • exudations,
    • ejaculation,
    • suffusion.
    ramification (noun)spread (noun)
    • trans fusions,
    • trans-fusions,
    • pro-fusion,
    • in-creases,
    • pro-fusions,
    • trans fusion,
    • trans-fusion,
    • in-crease,
    • in creases,
    • pro fusions,
    • in crease.
  • v.

    Other relevant words: (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    contamination Other relevant words: Other relevant words (noun):
    • neutron radiation,
    • splay,
    • Aqua Regia,
    • disclose,
    • photon,
    • disgorge,
    • indirect lighting,
    • split,
    • send,
    • sidelight,
    • deviation,
    • physical phenomenon,
    • luminescent,
    • Meteors,
    • blackout,
    • bends,
    • Irradiancy,
    • brilliant,
    • beam of light,
    • radiant energy,
    • beta radiation,
    • nitric acid,
    • fade,
    • radiation sickness,
    • atomic beam,
    • radiancy,
    • x ray,
    • electromagnetic radiation,
    • corpuscular radiation,
    • lucent,
    • luminescence,
    • stream,
    • Irradiance,
    • luminous,
    • dissemination,
    • Apozem,
    • Diathermancy,
    • streamer,
    • radiating,
    • photosensitivity,
    • divergency,
    • sunny,
    • electron radiation,
    • ray of light,
    • enlightenment,
    • chiaroscuro,
    • exude,
    • Catheretic,
    • emitting,
    • shaft,
    • conduction,
    • branch,
    • discharge,
    • luminous energy,
    • lighting,
    • division,
    • pour,
    • publication,
    • highlight,
    • verbalize,
    • fluorescence,
    • dismissal,
    • radon,
    • gaslighting,
    • spattering,
    • radiant,
    • gamma ray,
    • light source,
    • Transcalency,
    • conductivity,
    • glare,
    • lustrous,
    • shedding,
    • highlights,
    • elimination,
    • electric lighting,
    • luminosity,
    • breathe,
    • dilution,
    • visible radiation,
    • distribute,
    • attenuation,
    • secrete,
    • actinic ray,
    • aglow,
    • strip lighting,
    • weightlessness,
    • electromagnetic wave,
    • Moxa,
    • radiation therapy,
    • decontamination,
    • Eradiation,
    • floodlighting,
    • Ultraviolet Ray,
    • Sowing,
    • talk,
    • radium,
    • beta ray,
    • dispensation,
    • outpouring,
    • glade,
    • declare,
    • streak,
    • lunar caustic,
    • stage lighting,
    • aberration,
    • radiation syndrome,
    • eject,
    • saturation point,
    • electron emission,
    • broadcasting,
    • tritium,
    • tonality,
    • offshoot,
    • Alpha Particles,
    • radiant heat,
    • acid,
    • effusion,
    • emanate,
    • black and white,
    • heat conductivity,
    • bombardment,
    • asteroid,
    • actinism,
    • discover,
    • sun,
    • emit,
    • fluorescent lighting,
    • fragmentation,
    • uranium,
    • shed,
    • arc lighting,
    • radiance,
    • alkali,
    • plutonium,
    • Circumfusion,
    • background radiation,
    • radioactive isotopes,
    • dismission,
    • sprinkling,
    • caustic,
    • forking,
    • infrared ray,
    • meteor,
    • cauterizer,
    • radiotherapy,
    • Volatilization,
    • reflection,
    • radius,
    • Radiations,
    • Beta rays,
    • evolve,
    • Aqua Fortis,
    • glowing,
    • beaming,
    • atomic ray,
    • die,
    • patch,
    • ribbon,
    • contrast,
    • lambent,
    • arc,
    • expansion,
    • convection,
    • strewing,
    • Asteroids,
    • Peppering,
    • Leam,
    • spoke,
    • radiate.
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    • Proper noun, singular
  • Other Related

    • Proper noun, singular
      radiological, deregistration, radioactive, radiotherapy, radioactivity, cancellation, write-offs, outreach, write-off.
    • Noun, singular or mass
      radiating, Irradiance, radiological, graduation, de-registration, Irradiating, deregistration, radioactive, radiotherapy, delisting, contamination, radioactivity, cancellation, ultraviolet, Radiative, outreach, write-off.
    • Verb, 3rd person singular present


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4 (ANI): It has come to light that high levels of cell phone radiations are linked to tumours in male rats.

4 ( ANI ): It has come to light that high levels of cell phone radiations are linked to tumours in male rats.

Cell phone radiation linked to tumours in rats

Radiations from the Sun and cosmic radiations are forever hurtling through the vacuum of space.

This precludes NASA from using heavy materials like lead to shield the spacecraft and in spacesuits as the incoming space radiation will collide with the shielding lead to trigger secondary radiations.

Mars Mission: NASA Scientists Explain Challenges Of Space Radiation

The symposium was aimed at spreading awareness and knowledge about hazardous aspects of radiationsand handling protocols of radiationsby healthcare practitioners and workers.

Radiation safety for workers discussed

The value of H, K T and H d for Jacobabad is estimated by Liue and Jordan and Page method as no station in Pakistan reports diffuse solar radiations. From the calculated result it appears that the contribution of diffuse solar radiationis very very low through out the year.


Kudryashov (radiationbiophysics, Lomonosov Moscow State U.) speaks not only from academic experience but also as a participant in the liquidation of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

Radiation biophysics (ionizing radiations)

Early in his professional life, Marsh had faced another cancer, but that one was eradicated by exposing it (and Marsh) to high doses of ionizing radiationin the form of X rays.

Radiation and Life

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Radiation synonyms


The transmission of light through a translucent material.


The act of sending or throwing out; the act of sending forth or putting into circulation; issue.


A subordinate part extending from a main body; a branch.


Dissemination, as of news; diffusion.


The displacement of positive and negative electric charge to opposite ends of a nuclear, atomic, molecular, or chemical system, especially by subjection to an electric field. Atoms and molecules have some inherent polarization.


Energy in the form of waves, especially electromagnetic waves. Radio waves, x-rays, and visible light are all forms of radiant energy.


The descent to earth of radioactive particles, as after a nuclear explosion


Something that pollutes; a pollutant or a group of pollutants:


The distribution of newspapers, magazines, etc. among readers


(Physics) The act or process of propagating, especially the process by which a disturbance, such as the motion of electromagnetic or sound waves, is transmitted through a medium such as air or water.


The radiation, including alpha particles, nucleons, electrons, and gamma rays, emitted by a radioactive substance.


A scattering or being scattered; dispersion


(Physics) The process by which the direction of motion of radiation or particles is changed randomly when passing through a medium, caused by collisions of the constituents of the radiation with particles in the medium


A signal, message, or audio or video program that is broadcast over a communication network:


A colloidal system with its dispersed particles and the medium in which these are suspended


Frequency of occurrence or extent of existence

nuclear particles

radioactive particles


Any illness produced by ionizing radiation with symptoms ranging from nausea through to death.

radiation syndrome

syndrome resulting from exposure to ionizing radiation (e.g., exposure to radioactive chemicals or to nuclear explosions); low doses cause diarrhea and nausea and vomiting and sometimes loss of hair; greater exposure can cause sterility and cataracts and some forms of cancer and other diseases; severe exposure can cause death within hours


Diffraction is defined as a process by which light waves break up into dark and light bands or into the colors of the spectrum.


(Mathematics) The property or manner of failing to approach a limit, such as a point, line, or value.




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background radiation

'The residue can actually be returned to the environment based on the principle of waste management for radioactivity which is called dilute and disperse,' he said adding that the production and storage of the WLP had no negative effect on the surrounding communities as there had been no increase in background radiationlevels since the plant started operations.

Lynas does not produce toxic, radioactive waste, CEO says

Caption: Clockwise from top left: Members of the red team discovered background radiationin a Stranger Things-themed challenge; Kaien Yang explained his project in a media interview during the Science and Engineering Project Showcase; Nikolai Ortiz and Eleanor Sigrest wrote a computer code to turn on a light in one of their challenges; Ananya Ganesh and Brendan Crotty waded into the Chesapeake Bay to catch wildlife in large nets.

Designing nutritional games and brains for space

The language problem dragged out the bomb alert as it took a long time for the police to understand the Iranian student was carrying out a university assignment on measuring background radiation.

Nervous cops nab wired Irani in Brussels

It's regarded by the council as a "special place" for science - a "quiet place in the universe" where studies can be carried out almost entirely free of interference from natural background radiation.

Underground experiments at Boulby lab

Flame detectors range from simple ionisation probes through to complex microprocessor based flame scanners that can be 'tuned' to discriminate between one flame and another and between flames and background radiationsuch as glowing refractories and coal beds.

Flame detection--more than meets the eye

EOS said that its new EOS Micro Dose option, recently cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, allows a further step towards the ALARA principle (As Low As Reasonably Available) by bringing pediatric spine follow up exams at the dose level equivalent to a week of natural background radiationon Earth.

EOS imaging Installs System at Prominent Private Clinic in Switzerland

Studies have shown that one mammogram exposes a woman to 0.4 mSv of radiation, the equivalent of seven weeks of background radiationfrom the earth and space.

Breast cancer screening alternatives

The intricacies of atomic bonds and deep-space background radiationand so forth are all very interesting, but it's nice that the Nobel committee this year recognized work that had benefitted just about everyone, in a very real and recognizable way that most now take for granted.

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The sensations were pleasant: the curtains were drawn in the room, a red table lamp shone comfortably and even intimately, the softness of. Olya's dressing gown warmed my bare skin, and I breathed her scent, which had already become familiar. Now I dont remember fifty of these blows, almost nine years have passed.

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