Ionizing-radiation



noun, Physics.
1.
any radiation, as a stream of alpha particles or x-rays, that produces ionization as it passes through a medium.
noun
1.
electromagnetic or corpuscular radiation that is able to cause ionization

ionizing radiation n.
High-energy radiation capable of producing ionization in substances through which it passes.

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