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Stopping or absorbing gamma rays

by Kalrag
Tags: dense, gamma, material, rays, transparent
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Kalrag
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Oct17-10, 05:56 PM
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Here is a question I have for you. Is there a way to stop gamma rays through a dense material that is transparent? If so what is this transparent material? Can someone help?
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Bob S
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Oct17-10, 09:58 PM
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Search for lead glass radiation in Google. Here is one

http://www.aecinfo.com/1/company/21/...t331959_1.html

http://www.raybar.com/ (click on control windows)

Bob S


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