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Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing radiation is radiation, such as electrons, x-rays and protons, with enough energy to liberate electrons from atoms or molecules. Wolfram|Alpha provides a large database of information on such interactions, including the stopping power of different materials, transmittance and the properties of radiation absorption.

Ionizing Radiation

Compute how ionizing radiation interacts with materials.

Compute the stopping power of a material:

Compute shielding thickness:

Compute the CSDA range:

Compute transmittance:

Compute properties of radiation absorption:

Compare the radiation absorption of materials:

Find the atomic and nuclear properties of a chemical:

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