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Below is the e-mail exchange I had with surebeam.  Some here  may  find 
it interesting.  Try to keep your keyboard out of your jaws path to the 
floor, as I'm not responsible for broken keyboards.  I'm still reeling 
in shock.  I can't imagine that much acceleration not killing everything 
in its path.

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From: "Boeger, Jeffrey" <jboeger at surebeam_com>
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10 MeV for e-beam, 5 MeV for x-ray

Jeff Boeger
Marketing Associate
SureBeam Corp.
phone: 858-552-9933
fax: 858-552-9973

-----Original Message-----
From: James Folsom [mailto:hymy at arches_uga.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2001 10:52 AM
To: info at surebeam_com
Subject: Query.

I have been curious since hearing about your technology.  I was 
wondering what is acceleration voltage for these