radiation physics

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Newtonian physics, X-ray photometry, X-ray spectrometry, acoustics, aerophysics, applied physics, astrophysics, atom-tagging, basic conductor physics, biophysics, chemical physics, cryogenics, crystallography, curiescopy, cytophysics, electron physics, electronics, electrophysics, fluoroscopy, geophysics, macrophysics, mathematical physics, mechanics, medicophysics, microphysics, natural philosophy, natural science, nuclear physics, optics, orthodiagraphy, philosophy, photofluorography, physic, physical chemistry, physical science, physicochemistry, physicomathematics, physics, psychophysics, radiobiology, radiochemistry, radiography, radiological physics, radiology, radiometallography, radiometry, radionics, radiopathology, radioscopy, radiotechnology, radiotherapy, roentgenography, roentgenology, roentgenoscopy, solar physics, solid-state physics, spectroradiometry, statics, stereophysics, theoretical physics, thermodynamics, tracer investigation, zoophysics

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