Ultrasoft radiation

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Ultrasoft radiation is high-energy electromagnetic radiation, particularly high energy X-rays or gamma rays. Ultrasoft radiation is not able to cross 5 g·cm−2 of brass.[1]

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  1. ^ M. Brunetti. "Cosmic Ray Physics". Retrieved 21 August 2009.