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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Thomson Learning
Carlton, Richard R., Poelhuis, Debra J., Kowalczyk, Nina
Improve your test scores and increase your understanding of radiographic imaging. This workbook provides worksheet exercises and laboratories that provide opportunities to build upon your knowledge and apply the basic physics principles that are the foundation of radiography. These activities help you achieve a higher level of theory comprehension and provide numerous opportunities for data analysis. The workbook contains 68 laboratory exercises and 38 worksheets.Carlton, Richard R. is the author of 'Principles Of Radiographic Imaging An Art And A Science', published 2005 under ISBN 9781401871956 and ISBN 140187195X.
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