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  • as inX ray
  • as inx-ray
  • as inradiation
  • as inenergy

synonyms for radioactivity

  • Roentgen rays
  • actinism
  • cathode rays
  • encephalogram
  • fluoroscope
  • radiograph
  • refractometry
  • ultraviolet rays
  • radiograph
  • actinism
  • encephalogram
  • fluoroscope
  • cathode rays
  • refractometry
  • ultraviolet rays
  • Röntgen rays
  • strength
  • service
  • electricity
  • heat
  • potential
  • reaction
  • force
  • pressure
  • burn
  • gravity
  • friction
  • steam
  • current
  • juice
  • magnetism
  • application
  • response
  • dynamism
  • rays
  • wattage
  • horsepower
  • voltage
  • kilowatts
  • conductivity
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How to use radioactivity in a sentence

The researchers did not report any evidence of radioactivity within the quasicrystal itself, Conover says.
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These fears were addressed instead by films that tickled the imagination, with giant insects transformed by radioactivity.
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Although radioactivity was discovered in 1896, that energy long remained an untapped resource.
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This would allow an estimate of the energy still left in the Martian core from a combination of its formation and radioactivity, a key element in understanding what geological activity might still be possible there.
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“It is probably the purest environment in terms of radioactivity on Earth,” says Gioacchino Ranucci, a Borexino member.
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His calculations were in error, however — not because he was bad at math, but because he didn’t know about radioactivity.
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This new virus strain was accidentally produced in the course of some experiments with radioactivity.
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Twenty minutes after the irradiation period, the radioactivity of the calcium standards is measured by the same instrument.
THE ATOMIC FINGERPRINTBERNARD KEISCH
Later on, radioactivity from silver (silver-110m) can be measured using a longer counting time.
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Since the atomic wars, the increased radioactivity of the earth undoubtedly stimulates mitosis of the malignant cells.
THE STAR LORDBOYD ELLANBY
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WORDS RELATED TO RADIOACTIVITY

  • Roentgen rays
  • actinism
  • cathode rays
  • encephalogram
  • fluoroscope
  • radioactivity
  • radiograph
  • refractometry
  • ultraviolet rays
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.