Soft radiation

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Soft radiation is a colloquial term given to ionizing radiation which is at the lower end of the energy spectrum, hence the name "soft".[1] It has general usage in the health physics and radiation instrument community to provide a shorthand description of a general energy range of radiation without rigidly defining it.


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  1. ^ "Hard X-Rays". hesperia.gsfc.nasa.gov. Retrieved 2016-06-04.