RAYS AND RADIATION by Robert Scharff

RAYS AND RADIATION

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Radiation has become since Hiroshima, a byword of horror. In this text, the known facts of radiation are defined. It is defined in its broad and scientific sense as that phenomenon which permits vision, motion pictures, radio, and television. It is also discussed in terms of the atom in its positive functions. No junior scientist can ignore the importance of the concept of radiation, and this text, in the school library , should find many willing readers.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1960
Publisher: Putnam