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irradiation Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung



Abstrahlung
irradiation
Bestrahlung {f}; Einstrahlung {f}; Bestrahlen {n}
irradiation
Bestrahlung {f}
irradiation
Bestrahlung
irradiation
Irradiation {f} (Optik)
irradiation
Linsenausleuchtung {f} (Optik)
lens irradiation
Lebensmittelbestrahlung {f}
irradiation of food
Bestrahlungsblasenentzündung {f} [med.]
irradiation cystitis
Bestrahlungstechnik {f} [med.]
irradiation techniques
Ultraviolettbestrahlung {f}; UV-Bestrahlung {f}
ultraviolet irradiation
Ultraviolettbestrahlung {f}, UV-Bestrahlung {f}
ultraviolet irradiation
biologisch-medizinischer Bestrahlungsreaktor {m} [med.]
biomedical irradiation reactor
Ionenbeschuss {m}
ion bombardment, ion irradiation
Ionenbeschuss {m} [phys.]
ion bombardment; ion irradiation
Bestrahlungskammer {f}; Bestrahlungszelle {f} [med.]
Bestrahlungskammern {pl}; Bestrahlungszellen {pl}
irradiation rig
irradiation rigs
Bestrahlungsgestell {n}
Bestrahlungsgestelle {pl}
irradiation rig
irradiation rigs
Strahlenzystitis {f} [med.]
radiocystitis; irradiation cystitis
Bestrahlungsserie {f} [med.]
irradiation series; radiation series
Bestrahlungschimäre {f} [med.]
irradiation chimera; radiation chimera
Bestrahlungsprotokoll {n} [med.]
Bestrahlungsprotokolle {pl}
irradiation record
irradiation records
Bestrahlungsprodukt {n}
Bestrahlungsprodukte {pl}
irradiation product
irradiation products
Bestrahlungsplan {m} [med.]
Bestrahlungspläne {pl}
irradiation treatment plan
irradiation treatment plans
Bestrahlungsdosis {f} [med.]
Bestrahlungsdosen {pl}
irradiation dose; exposure dose
irradiation doses; exposure doses
Bestrahlungskanal {m}
Bestrahlungskanäle {pl}
experimental irradiation channel
experimental irradiation channels
Bestrahlungsfeld {n} [med.]
Bestrahlungsfelder {pl}
irradiation field; irradiation port
irradiation fields; irradiation ports
Konvergenzbestrahlung {f} [med.]
convergence-beam therapy; convergence irradiation; convergence radiation [coll.]
Bestrahlungsstärke {f} (Einheit: W m²) [phys.]
irradiance; intensity of irradiation (radiant flux impinging on a unit surface area)
Bestrahlungsstärke {f} (Einheit: W m²) [phys.]
irradiance; intensity of irradiation (radiant flux impinging on a unit surface area)
Bestrahlungssyndrom {n} [med.]
Bestrahlungssyndrome {pl}
irradiation syndrome; radiation syndrome
irradiation syndromes; radiation syndromes
Sonneneinstrahlung {f}; Sonnenstrahlung {f}
direkte und diffuse Sonneneinstrahlung
kurzwellige Sonnenstrahlung
solar radiation; solar irradiation
direct and diffuse solar radiation
shortwave radiation
Bestrahlungsmutation {f} [med.]
Bestrahlungsmutationen {pl}
irradiation mutation; radiation mutation; radiomutation
irradiation mutations; radiation mutations; radiomutations
Bestrahlungstherapie {f}; Bestrahlung {f} [med.]
Nahbestrahlung {f}
multifraktionierte Bestahlung
postoperative Bestrahlung
irradiation radiation therapy; radiotherapy; ray therapy; (ir)radiation
contact radiation
multifraction irradiation
postoperative radiation
Bestrahlungstherapie {f}; Bestrahlung {f} [med.]
Nahbestrahlung {f}
multifraktionierte Bestahlung
postoperative Bestrahlung
Sofortbestrahlung {f}
irradiation radiation therapy; radiotherapy; ray therapy; (ir)radiation
contact radiation
multifraction irradiation
postoperative radiation
instantaneous irradiation
(keiner) Anteil {f}
Anteil der prompten Neutronen (Kerntechnik)
effektiver Anteil der verzögerten Neutronen (Kerntechnik)
Anteil der Sonneneinstrahlung [meteo.]
brennbarer Abfallanteil [envir.]
hochsiedender Anteil (Öl)
inspiratorischer Sauerstoffanteil [med.]
fraction
prompt neutron fraction (nuclear engineering)
effective delayed-neutron fraction (nuclear engineering)
fraction of solar irradiation, insolation fraction
combustible fraction of waste
heavy fraction (oil)
fraction of inspired oxygen

 

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Irradiation is the process by which an object is exposed to radiation. The exposure can originate from various sources, including natural sources. Most frequently the term refers to ionizing radiation, and to a level of radiation that will serve a specific purpose, rather than radiation exposure to normal levels of background radiation. The term irradiation usually excludes the exposure to non-ionizing radiation, such as infrared, visible light, microwaves from cellular phones or electromagnetic waves emitted by radio and TV receivers and power supplies.

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