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  • noundissemination
  • nounfallout

synonyms for radiation

  • emission
  • broadcast
  • circulation
  • diffraction
  • diffusion
  • dispersal
  • dispersion
  • dissipation
  • distribution
  • divarication
  • divergence
  • polarization
  • propagation
  • ramification
  • scattering
  • spread
  • transmission
  • radioactivity
  • nuclear particles
  • radioactive particles

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    They shoot bright spurts of radiation into space, said David Berghmans.
    CLOSE-UP OF THE SUN REVEALS ‘CAMPFIRES’LISA GROSSMANAUGUST 28, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
    Deinococcus, which can be found high up in our atmosphere, is known for its unusual ability to resist genetic damage from high doses of ultraviolet radiation and its tendency to form relatively large colonies.
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    DNA analysis suggested the radiation had fried their genetic material.
    IF BACTERIA BAND TOGETHER, THEY CAN SURVIVE FOR YEARS IN SPACEJONATHAN LAMBERTAUGUST 26, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
    For decades, that meant sterilizing males by exposing them to radiation and then releasing them into the wild.
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    We’re also bathed in locally-sourced, artisanal electromagnetic radiation.
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    We could, today, use electromagnetic radiation to transmit selected “highlights” of gene data from planet Earth to other stars in the hope of an exchange.
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    Electromagnetic radiation — waves of energy moving through space.
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    Shining such high-energy radiation on each Lego block caused atoms in the block to give off X-rays.
    LEGOS COULD LAST A DISTURBINGLY LONG TIME IN THE OCEANMARIA TEMMINGAPRIL 17, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
    This particle is the tiniest possible packet of electromagnetic radiation.
    SCIENTISTS SAY: PHOTONCAROLYN WILKEAPRIL 13, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
    Visible light and some other types of electromagnetic radiation have far tinier wavelengths.
    EXPLAINER: UNDERSTANDING WAVES AND WAVELENGTHSJENNIFER LOOKMARCH 5, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
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    WORDS RELATED TO RADIATION

    • bar
    • beacon
    • chink
    • column
    • dartle
    • emission
    • finger
    • flicker
    • glare
    • gleam
    • glimmer
    • glint
    • glitter
    • glow
    • laser
    • radiation
    • ray
    • shaft
    • shimmer
    • shoot
    • sparkle
    • streak
    • stream
    • twinkle
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