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Can one see radioactive substances with an X-ray detector?
I was wondering the other day an X-ray detector (like the ones used at airports) can detect gamma-rays lets say from a sample of uranium. I know its all electro-magnetic waves but I'm really unsure ...
Apr 29 '11 at 13:10
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