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Infared Imaging Better than Touch at Detecting Defects in Protective Lead Aprons

News   Nov 14, 2017 | Original Story from Children's National Health System.

 
Infared Imaging Better than Touch at Detecting Defects in Protective Lead Aprons

Unlike the fingertips, infrared light can penetrate the lead apron's protective outer fabric and illuminate defects that are smaller than the defect size now used to reject a protective apron. Credit: Children's National Health System.

 
 
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