X-rays and X Guide - Resources and Review

Educational resource for radiologists in training and other interested physicians. Includes case histories for diagnoses, and tutorials on a range of topics.
Article about observed radio pulsars associated with supernova remnants (SNRs). The recent claim, made following x
ray observations, that these can be attributed to chance overlap, is discussed along with more traditional arguments.
Includes information on supernovas, X
ray binaries, black holes, and the research programme.
Collection of medical drawings, diagrams, symbols and xray images related to chiropractic.
Information about NASA's Observatory launched in July 1999 to observe X
rays from high energy regions of the universe. Includes photographs, a guide to x-ray astronomy and sources, resources for teachers, parents and students, interactive games, and an archive of press releases and images.
A collection of data of interest to x
ray spectroscopists, including the COREX database of atomic and molecular core edge excitation oscillator strengths, bibliographies and indices for the COREX database, the Henke x-ray scattering factors, x-ray emission lines, electron binding energies, and historical information about x-rays.
Brief guides to the workings of an assortment of different technologies and natural phenomena, such as fuel cells, lasers, x
rays, radar, speedometers, barometers, loudspeakers, spacesuits and volcanoes.
Includes information on supernovas, X
ray binaries, black holes, and the research programme.
Searchable database of three
dimensional structures determined by X-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy. Structural data is cross-linked to bibliographic information, sequence databases, and to the NCBI taxonomy.
Details of research activities, programs, projects, laboratories and services in x
ray astronomy, including a picture gallery, data and images from the ROSAT satellite. Most information is available in English and German.
Interactive demonstration of a fluoroscope together with a basic explanation of Computed Axial Tomography (CAT scans) and an animated introduction to electromagnetic radiation, covering electric force fields, vibrating charges and electromagnetic waves.
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