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 Does carbon paper shield x-rays?

Answer No, although carbon paper may absorb some of the radiation from an x-ray, because x-rays are Gamma rays, something dense, such as lead, is required to stop them, according to Peter Grivins, radiati... Read More »
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Can carbon paper block X rays?

Carbon paper can block X rays, to a very small degree. It can absorb some of the radiation, but it is not nearly enough to act as a shield from the harmful rays. A dense shield such as lead works b... Read More »
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Does carbon react to litmus paper?

Pure carbon exists in the form of graphite, coal or diamond. These are all neutral and do not react with litmus paper. Carbon combined with other elements, such as carbon dioxide, is slightly acidi... Read More »
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Does burning paper produce carbon monoxide?

Burning paper does not produce any measurable amount of carbon monoxide, according to New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Instead, paper releases a group of highly toxic chemic... Read More »
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