Definition of Electron radiation
1. Noun. Radiation of beta particles during radioactive decay.
Generic synonyms: Ionizing Radiation, Corpuscular Radiation, Particulate Radiation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Electron Radiation
Literary usage of Electron radiation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Problems of Science by Federigo Enriques (1914)
"THE DYNAMICS OF THE ELECTRON: RADIATION. We have shown (§ 28) how the explanation of the principle of relativity in the case of electro-magnetic phenomena ..."
2. The Thermionic Vacuum Tube and Its Applications by Hendrik Johannes Van der Bijl (1920)
"The Accelerated Electron. Radiation. We have seen that an electron possesses inertia. From this it follows that in order to accelerate an electron work must ..."
3. Elements of Radiotelegraphy by Ellery W. Stone (1919)
"As the plate potential is increased, for a fixed value of filament current— and hence constant electron radiation—the number of ..."
4. Computing Radiation Dosimetry: CRD 2002 : Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (2004)
"A small or Bragg-Gray detector in either photon or electron radiation, through the mass stopping-power ratio, smed,det. Generally there will be deviations ..."
5. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Frederic Solomon (1986)
"Dose-rate conversion factors for external exposures to photon and electron radiation from radionuclides occurring in routine releases from nuclear fuel ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"Professor Jakob Kunz: The electron; Radiation; Photo-electricity. Mr. Sebastian Karrer: X-rays and structure of crystals. Mr. CS Fazel: Atomic models and ..."
7. The New Science of the Fundamental Physics by William Walker Strong (1918)
"The only essential difference between these various types of electron radiation lies in the fact that the electrons possess different velocities. ..."