Experiment #28 from Advanced Chemistry with Vernier
Alpha, beta, gamma, and X-rays can pass through matter, but can also be absorbed or scattered in varying degrees, depending on the material and on the type and energy of the radiation. Medical X-ray images are possible because bones absorb X-rays more than soft tissues. Strongly radioactive sources are often stored in lead boxes to shield the local environment from the radiation.
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