Synonyms and related words:
X-ray photometry, X-ray spectrometry, atom-tagging, atomic science, atomics, atomistics, atomology, curiescopy, fluoroscopy, mass spectrography, mass spectrometry, molecular physics, nuclear chemistry, nuclear physics, orthodiagraphy, photofluorography, quantum mechanics, radiation physics, radiobiology, radiochemistry, radiography, radiological physics, radiometallography, radiometry, radiopathology, radioscopy, radiotechnology, radiotherapy, roentgenography, roentgenology, roentgenoscopy, spectroradiometry, thermionics, tracer investigation, wave mechanics

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