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Direct detection of black holes via electromagnetic radiation

The critical radiation intensity for direct collapse black hole formation: dependence on the radiation spectral shape

A Legally Approved Personal Dosemeter for Photon and Beta Radiation Based on Direct Ion Storage

Direct Ion Storage Dosimetry Systems for Photon, Beta and Neutron Radiation with Instant Readout Capabilities

Direct and indirect modulation of ornithine decarboxylase and cyclooxygenase by UVB radiation in human skin cells

Malfunction of cardiac devices after radiotherapy without direct exposure to ionizing radiation: mechanisms and experimental data

RADIATION PROTECTION CABIN FOR CATHETER-DIRECTED LIVER INTERVENTIONS: OPERATOR DOSE ASSESSMENT

Erratum: The critical radiation intensity for direct collapse black hole formation: dependence on the radiation spectral shape

Direct MC conversion of absorbed dose to graphite to absorbed dose to water for 6060Co radiation

Detection of DNA–protein crosslinks (DPCs) by novel direct fluorescence labeling methods: distinct stabilities of aldehyde and radiation-induced DPCs

Yields of damage to C4′ deoxyribose and to pyrimidines in pUC18 by the direct effect of ionizing radiation

Binary-Encounter-Bethe ionisation cross sections for simulation of DNA damage by the direct effect of ionising radiation

An analytic resolution to the competition between Lyman–Werner radiation and metal winds in direct collapse black hole hosts

A direct view by immunofluorescent comet assay (IFCA) of DNA damage induced by nicking and cutting enzymes, ionizing 137Cs radiation, UV-A laser microbeam irradiation and the radiomimetic drug bleomycin

 

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Radiation within the atmosphere that reaches the ground surface directly from the Sun, without being deflected or scattered. See also diffuse radiation.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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