radiation resistance


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radiation resistance

n
(Electronics) the resistive component of the impedance of a radio transmitting aerial that arises from the radiation of power
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These phenomena underpin the materials properties and lifetimes for radiation resistance in energy generation and containment of radioactive wastes.
The presence of modified atmospheres did not affect the radiation resistance of the pathogens.
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3% due to low radiation resistance relative to Ohmic losses (Figure A1), to an even lower number around 2.
Poor creep resistance and ionizing radiation resistance can be improved by stretching.
If you're planning on going into areas that give out heavy radiation, put some points into Rad Resistant will increase your radiation resistance and points into Ghoulish allows you to regenerate lost health from radiation.
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4] and FeO have been found to alter the radiation effects and enhance radiation resistance.
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