• Modified Formula for E.M.Radiation such as X-rays, Bharat radiation, EUV: E= V^2
  • https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322370285_Discovery_of_Bharat_Radiation_causing_UV_dominant_optical_emission_from_radioisotopes_XRF_X-ray_fluorescent_sources_reported_in_2010_and_from_Sun_in_2013_by_MA_Padmanabha_Rao_PhD_AIIMS_an_Indian_Scien
  • After teaching nuclear medicine at AIIMS in Delhi, he joined the Defense Lab in Jodhpur in 1983. He did experimental work in nuclear physics and detected new phenomenon in light emission from X-ray sources, science that lies at the intersection of nuclear...  more
  • In 2013, Dr. M.a. Padmanabha Rao identified the Bharat radiation band as indicative of U-235 fission. See link:
  • As described by M.a. Padmanabha Rao, Fission is identified in the radiation bands higher than those observed in stellar fusion. Soft x-rays are in the wavelength range of 0.1 to near 12 nanometers. Bharat radiation ranges between 13 to 31 nm. Extreme Ult...  more
  • In 2013, Dr. M.a. Padmanabha Rao identified the Bharat radiation band as indicative of U-235 fission. See link.
  • Dr. Rao addressed U-235 fission revealed by Bharat Radiation in solar flares and Rao explains that U-235 fission causes our perception of sunlight. Bharat Radiation ( approx. 12 to 31 nanometers) is the signature radiation band identified by Dr. Rao, loc...  more
  • https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322222200_DISCOVERY_OF_TWO_NEW_EMISSIONS_FROM_RADIOISOTOPES_2010
    DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.35195.00805
    Radioisotopes such as 137-Cesium are known to emit only the ionizing radiation emissions (gam...
  • From XRF sources or X-ray equipment used in hospitals, only the X-ray emission is known so far. M.A.Padmanabha Rao, an Indian scientist has experimentally discovered UV dominant optical emission following X-rays from all the six XRF sources of AMC 2084,U....  more
  • M.A. Padmanabha Rao, an Indian scientist reported both γ-rays, and β cause Bharat radiation, which in turn causes fluorescent light (EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation). They all follow one another. X-rays are followed by Bharat radiation...  more