As long as the x-ray and the microwave are in the same medium, they're both traveling
at the same speed. So are radio waves, TV waves, heat waves, and every color of visible
The study of x-rays is radiology.
about as harmful as they would be on adults... but with the exception of the fact XRays can double the risk of leukimia after 3 Xrays
Everywhere. You can make them by bouncing an electron beam off a metal plate.
They travel much, much faster than that.
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.
a person who translates your xrays is called a radiologist.
Not at all. Food cooked in the microwave does not contain any microwave radiation. However, you could burn your mouth if, for example, you heat a danish in the microwave and bite into it too soon as the bready outer part can seem cool enough to eat while the filling is still dangerously hot. But on the other hand microwave use the same wave lengths as xrays and such and could possibly harm you depending on the age of the microwave.
The amount of xrays produced in a photoelectric effect varies. . . . alot.
No, they did not.
They dont, nurses dont take xrays! Radiologic technologist take xrays!