terahertz radiation

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terahertz radiation

n.
Electromagnetic radiation with waves of frequencies ranging from 0.3 × 1012 to 3 × 1012 hertz and of wavelengths ranging from 0.1 to 1 millimeter of potential use in detection, imaging, and communications technologies. Also called submillimeter radiation.
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The Iranian-Canadian Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of T-Ray Science, Inc.
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