How do x rays differ from other types of electromagnetic radiation

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How do x rays differ from other types of electromagnetic radiation?

X-rays have higher energies, higher frequencies, and shorter wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum than ultraviolet light, visible light, infrared light, microwaves, and radio waves, and lower energies, lower frequencies, and longer wavelengths than gamma rays. Diagnostic x-rays typically have energies between 20 and 150 keV.

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