2 edition of Trial use nuclear glossary found in the catalog.
Trial use nuclear glossary
American Nuclear Society.
|LC Classifications||QC772 .A43 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 146 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||79103251|
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This Glossary is an edited compilation of the "Definitions" provided in standards issued by the American Nuclear Society (ANS) Standards Committee. This version includes definitions in standards issued prior to September 1, The specific standards that were reviewed for this update are listed in Appendix A.
This review included newFile Size: 1MB. [A] Abdomen: Also referred to as the belly. It is the part of the body that contains all of the internal structures between the chest and the pelvis.
Anatomy: The physical structure of an internal structure of an organism or any of its parts. Anesthesia: Induced loss of sensitivity to pain in all or a part of the body for medical reasons.
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