x ray

listen to the pronunciation of x ray
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} x ışını
{f} röntgen çek
(Biyoloji) x ray
röntgen
röntgen

Diş hekimleri dişlerinizi incelemek için röntgen çekerler. - Dentists take x-rays to examine your teeth.

Röntgeninizde bir anormallik belirledik. - We have detected an abnormality on your x-ray.

röntgen filmi
röntgen çekmek
X rays
X ışınları
X rays
röntgen ışınları
X-ray
röntgen muayenesi
X-ray
röntgen ışını
x-ray
ışın tedavisi uygulamak
x-ray
x ışını
xray
röntgen ışını
xray
röntgen filmi
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röntgen ışınları ile tedavi etmek
xray
X ışını
İngilizce - İngilizce
Electromagnetic radiation of extremely short wavelength (100 nanometres to 0.001 nanometre) produced by the deceleration of charged particles or the transitions of electrons in atoms. X rays travel at the speed of light and exhibit phenomena associated with waves, but experiments indicate that they can also behave like particles (see wave-particle duality). On the electromagnetic spectrum, they lie between gamma rays and ultraviolet radiation. They were discovered in 1895 by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who named them X rays for their unknown nature. They are used in medicine to diagnose bone fractures, dental cavities, and cancer; to locate foreign objects in the body; and to stop the spread of malignant tumours. In industry, they are used to analyze and detect flaws in structures
electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength produced when high-speed electrons strike a solid target
An X-ray machine
Short wavelength electromagnetic radiation usually produced by bombarding a metal target in a vacuum. Used to create images of the internal structure of objects; this is possible because X-rays pass through most objects and can expose photographic film

X-rays are light with a wavelength between 0.1 and 10 nm.

Of or having to do with X-rays

I had to put my bags through an X-ray scanner at the airport.

To take a radiograph of; to obtain an image of using X-ray radiation, especially for the purpose of medical diagnostic evaluation

Of course there was nothing wrong with my left wrist. They X-rayed the wrong arm!.

A radiograph: a photograph made with X-rays

The doctor ordered some X-rays of my injured wrist..

The letter X in the ICAO spelling alphabet
X rays
Roentgen rays
X-ray
X-rays are a type of radiation that can pass through most solid materials. X-rays are used by doctors to examine the bones or organs inside your body and are also used at airports to see inside people's luggage
X-ray
An X-ray is a picture made by sending X-rays through something, usually someone's body. She was advised to have an abdominal X-ray
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If someone or something is X-rayed, an X-ray picture is taken of them. All hand baggage would be x-rayed They took my pulse, took my blood pressure, and X-rayed my jaw. to photograph the inside of someone's body using X-rays
x rays
The Röntgen rays; so called by their discoverer because of their enigmatical character
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the region of the electromagnetic spectrum defined by radiation (photons) energies between 1 thousand and 1 million eV (or wavelengths between 0 001 and 1 nanometer); this waveband is between ultraviolet and gamma-radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum
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electromagnetic energy used to produce images of bones, organs, and internal tissues
x-ray
An X-ray is a form of electromagnetic radiation with a very short wave length (see radiation)
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examine by taking x-rays
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Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths in the range of 0 00001 to 0 01 microns (micron = millionth of a meter)
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Electromagnetic radiation used to diagnose (low energy) and treat (high energy) disease
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{i} roentgen ray, short-wave electromagnetic radiation able to penetrate solids; photograph created by means of x-rays (usually for medical purposes)
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Electromagnetic radiation characterised by its high energy and short wavelength It is a penetrating type of radiation, similar to, but lower in energy, than a gamma ray X-rays are associated with transitions of electrons in the inner atomic orbitals
x-ray
A form of high energy radiation on the electromagnetic spectrum
x-ray
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths between ultraviolet and gamma rays
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Electromagnetic radiation of very short wavelength and very high energy; x-rays have shorter wavelengths than ultraviolet light but longer wavelengths than cosmic rays
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a machine that used radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body
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Electromagnetic radiation of very short wavelength (less than 1 nm) and very high energy; x-rays have shorter wavelengths than ultraviolet light but longer wavelengths than cosmic rays "Soft" x-rays are those of energies less than 20 keV, or wavelengths longer than 0 05 nm
x-ray
A high energy form of electromagnetic radiation with very short wavelengths (less than 1 x 10-8 metres) For more information see How X-rays work (How Stuff Works, USA) and From X-rays to synchrotron light (ELETTRA Synchrotron Light Laboratory, Italy)
x-ray
High frequency electromagnetic ray of short wave-length, capable of penetrating most solid substances
x-ray
the part of the electromagnetic spectrum whose radiation has somewhat greater frequencies and smaller wavelenghts than those of ultraviolet radiation Because x-rays are absorbed by the Earth's atmosphere, x-ray astronomy is performed in space Y
x-ray
take an x-ray of something or somebody; "The doctor x-rayed my chest"
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high-energy electromagnetic radiation that is used in low doses to diagnose disease and in high doses to treat cancer
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High-energy radiation used in low doses to diagnose diseases and in high doses to treat cancer
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Electromagnetic radiation of very short wavelength lying within the wavelength interval of 0 1 to 1 5 angstroms (between gamma rays and ultraviolet radiation) X-rays penetrate various thicknesses of all solids, and they act on photographic plates in the same manner as light Secondary x-rays are produced whenever s-rays are absorbed by a substance In the case of absorption by a gas, this results in ionization
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a diagnostic test which uses invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of internal tissues, bones, and organs onto film
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Light that is so blue humans cannot see it A band of the spectrum between the ultraviolet and the gamma-ray Photons of X-ray light are more energetic than photons in the ultraviolet but less energetic than photons in the gamma-ray X-radiation can go through human skin tissue but is stopped by dense bones This property thus makes X-rays valuable in medicine
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The part of the electromagnetic spectrum whose radiation has somewhat greater frequencies and smaller wavelengths than those of ultraviolet radiation Because x-rays are absorbed by the Earth's atmosphere, x-ray astronomy is performed in space
x-ray
A band of the Spectrum between the ultraviolet and the gamma-ray, i e light that is so blue humans cannot see it Photons of X-ray light are more energetic than photons in the ultraviolet but less energetic than photons in the gamma-ray X-radiation can go through human skin tissue but is stopped by dense bones This property thus makes X-rays valuable in medicine
x-ray
Highly penetrating radiation similar to gamma rays Unlike gamma rays, X-rays do not come from the nucleus of the atom, but from the surrounding electrons They are produced by electron bombardment When these rays pass through an object they give a shadow picture of the denser portions
x-ray
– electromagnetic energy used to produce images of bones, organs, and internal tissues
x-ray
Electromagnetic radiation of a very short wavelength and very high-energy X-rays have shorter wavelengths than ultraviolet light but longer wavelengths than cosmic rays
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Biyoloji) x ray
x ray