Yes, all xrays travel at the speed of light.
No. All forms of electromagnetic radiation travel at the same speed. We usually call that speed "the speed of light".
Wilhelm Rontgen discovered xrays
They experimented with xrays on the prisoners in the concentration camps. Mostly at Auschwitz.
I just got my xrays taken for my left knee, it was four xrays for $100, it may be more other places
Xrays are damaging to developing babies. Only as last resort.
No, they did not.
The amount of xrays produced in a photoelectric effect varies. . . . alot.
No. X-rays are the exact same physical phenomenon as light, only with a shorter wavelength. Their speeds are the same.
its used for xrays
They dont, nurses dont take xrays! Radiologic technologist take xrays!
No they cannot.
Most of them do have X-rays.
Xray speed in a vacum is equal to the spped of visible light, 186,000 miles per second, or 300,000 km per second. Outside of a vacum, x-ray waves are subject to various factors that change speed.