Gamma ray

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Last Updated: 09 May 2022

Like fingerprints to an investigative, gamma rays provide hints for NNSA's nonproliferation objective. Gamma ray trademarks can be used to find the distinction in between contaminated materials that pose a safety and security risk and those that do not. Gamma rays can be discovered by radiation surveillance devices. Collaborating with the Department of Homeland Security, NNSA has additionally trained authorities units in significant U. S. cities to use radiation detection gadgets to find a possible filthy bomb or other contaminated source. Gamma rays can also be generated in synthetic high-energy resources. Scientists use HERMES and other tools to test exactly how weapons elements and electronic devices survive radiation, aiding to make sure that the nuclear stockpile is secure, and reliable without nuclear eruptive screening. NNSA researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have used gamma rays to aid police establish rightful possession or the origin of rare and useful things, ranging from dinosaur bones to software.

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