Ionizing Radiation Motion Graphic

Video demonstrating different types of ionizing radiation.
Ionizing Radiation is a form of radiation that can change living cells by breaking molecular bonds and displacing (or removing) electrons. Ionizing radiation can be weak (an alpha particle is stopped by a sheet of paper) or very strong (gamma rays and neutrons are stopped by thick concrete). The NRC considers how each kind of ionizing radiation affects the body when setting requirements for shielding and other ways of protecting public health.

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