Uv radiations and x - rays are, Physics

UV radiations and  X - rays are:

UV radiations are produced by the high energy transitions of the electrons in atoms. UV radiations have wavelengths ranging from 0.4 m m to 1nm. X - rays are produced in discrete wavelengths in individual transitions among the inner electrons of an atom.

When decelerated  electrons are scattered to the target in coulidge tube equipment X - rays are produced.

X - rays are used in medical diagnosis called "Radiography". X - rays are used to cure the diseases the is called "Radiotherapy". X - rays are emitted in radio activity.

 

 

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