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Things ray often describes (“ray ________”)
tube, diffraction, examination, film, analysis, beam, studies, films, therapy, data, emission, crystallography, patterns, spectra, tubes, source, machine, spectroscopy, spectrum, pattern, study, sources, scattering, findings, treatment, equipment, structure, measurements, energy, picture, machines, examinations, pictures, photographs, photons, methods, techniques, microanalysis, fluorescence, exposure, intensity, method, images, department, radiation, image, photograph, absorption, evidence, irradiation, spectrometer, technique, spectrometry, lines, absorptiometry, unit, photon, energies, diagnosis, apparatus, bursts, beams, region, flux, room, experiments, oscilloscope, observations, technician, table, astronomy, lithography, imaging, analyses, detector, appearance, structures, vision, detectors, intensities, oscillograph, binaries, dose, units, diagram, production, background, microscopy, diagrams, plate, plates, investigations, diffractometer, procedures, investigation

How ray often is described (“________ ray”)
first, central, single, last, chest, ordinary, refracted, extraordinary, cosmic, gamma, bright, mental, visual, lateral, red, faint, medullary, plain, principal, cathode, abdominal, direct, purest, solar, soft, emergent, feeble, golden, polarized, roentgen, electric, chief, light, sun, longest, yellow, axial, luminous, thin, green, pale, corresponding, blue, anal, divine, dim, heat, sudden, fourth, vertical, tiny, pure, fifth, paraxial, straight, routine, oblique, characteristic, least, horizontal, diffracted, dorsal, sunny, broad, solitary, marginal, faintest, scattered, postoperative, genial, slow, polarised, brighter, heavenly, brightest, brilliant, wan


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