- Faculty of Protestant Theology in Brussels
Coordinates: 50°50′7.97″N 4°24′15.89″E / 50.8355472°N 4.4044139°E / 50.8355472; 4.4044139
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... Unsealed source radiotherapy relates to the use of soluble forms of radioactive substances which are administered to the body by injection or ingestion ... Sealed-source therapy, in which the radioisotope remains in a capsule or metal wire during therapy and is never allowed to dissolve in fluids, is usually referred to as brachytherapy ...
... For an ideal point source the intensity of the Arago spot equals that of the undisturbed wave front ... of the Arago spot intensity peak depends on the distances between source, circular object and screen, as well as the source's wavelength and the diameter of the circular object ... This means that one can compensate for a reduction in the source's wavelength by increasing the distance l between circular object and screen or ...
... Hopes at the time were high that it could be quickly developed into a practical power source ... as with other fusion experiments, development into a power source has proven difficult ... Nevertheless, the fusor has since become a practical neutron source and is produced commercially for this role ...
... Raymond about the social workings of open-source software development ... roots of the gift culture in open source as contrasted with the exchange culture of closed source software ... Raymond also investigates the nature of the spread of open source into the untamed frontier of ideas he terms the noosphere, postulating that projects that ...
... it still has a sharp edge on a smaller scale) the shape of the point-source Arago spot changes ... Note that this is only the case if the source is close to an ideal point source ... From an extended source the Arago spot is only affected marginally, since one can interpret the Arago spot as a point-spread function ...
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