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radiation
used in The 100

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Definition
particles emitted by nuclear decay (i.e., particles smaller than an atom that are sent out due to radioactivity)
  • She wished she had something more reassuring to say, but there was no way to tell how much radiation was still in the atmosphere.
    p. 47.9
  • A Gray was a measure of radiation, a fact she well knew as her parents had been investigating the effects of radiation exposure for years, part of the ongoing task to determine when it'd be safe for humans to return to Earth.
    p. 53.0
  • A Gray was a measure of radiation, a fact she well knew as her parents had been investigating the effects of radiation exposure for years, part of the ongoing task to determine when it'd be safe for humans to return to Earth.
    p. 53.1
  • "We've spent years trying to test radiation levels in other ways—you know that.
    p. 101.9
  • "The radiation might have mutated the genetic material hundreds of years ago, but there wouldn't be any trace of it now."
    p. 139.0
  • "You know about my parents' radiation research."
    p. 177.2
  • She wondered if they'd chalk the deaths up to radiation poisoning and rethink their colonization efforts, or if they'd be smart enough to realize they'd been killed because of the rough landing.
    p. 184.8
  • The other subjects had lingered on for weeks, their symptoms growing increasingly gruesome as the radiation poisoning progressed through their bodies.
    p. 188.4
  • The Council would wait until they had conclusive data on the radiation levels, regardless of what was happening on Earth.
    p. 215.2
  • According to the Griffins, she reported, they had been ordered by Vice Chancellor Rhodes to conduct human radiation trials, which Rhodes vehemently denied.
    p. 262.0
  • "We're still not sure if the radiation levels are safe."
    p. 297.9

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