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proton
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a stable particle that is a component of all atomic nuclei and has positive charge equal to the negative charge of an electron
  • MRI gives a clear-cut, definite picture of substances inside by reflecting the image based on the excitation of the protons.
    p. 120.9
  • + The Magnetic Resonance Imaging doesn't use X-rays but a magnet that excites the protons (microparticles), and the computer then gathers energy signals from these excited protons and transforms the protons into an image.
    p. 120.8
  • + The Magnetic Resonance Imaging doesn't use X-rays but a magnet that excites the protons (microparticles), and the computer then gathers energy signals from these excited protons and transforms the protons into an image.
    p. 120.8
  • + The Magnetic Resonance Imaging doesn't use X-rays but a magnet that excites the protons (microparticles), and the computer then gathers energy signals from these excited protons and transforms the protons into an image.
    p. 120.8
  • For instance, protons will be excited in a different degree in seater than in hones or muscles or blood.
    p. 120.9
  • All protons give off different signals, and the computer then translates them into an image.
    p. 120.9

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