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  • What is Radiation

    What is Radiation

    Radiation is energy that moves from one place to another in a form that can be described as waves or particles. We are exposed to radiation in our everyday life. Some of the most familiar sources of radiation include the sun, microwave ovens in our kitchens and the radio...
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  • Types of radiation

    Types of radiation

    Types of radiation Non-ionizing radiation Some examples of non-ionizing radiation are the visible light, the radio waves, and the microwaves (Infographic: Adriana Vargas/IAEA) Non-ionizing radiation is lower energy ...
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  • How Nuclear Power Works

    How Nuclear Power Works

    In the United States, two-thirds of the reactors are pressurized water reactors (PWR) and the rest are boiling water reactors (BWR). In a boiling water reactor, shown above, the water is allowed to boil into steam, and is then sent...
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  • How can we protect ourselves

    How can we protect ourselves

    What are the most common types of radioactive decay? How can we protect ourselves against the harmful effects of the resulting radiation? Depending on the type of particles or waves that the nucleus releases to become stable, there are various kinds...
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