Tungsten Alloy Radiation Shielding is widely used for protecting sensitive electronic equipment and delicate human tissue. The energy-absorbing properties of tungsten alloy makes it exceptional choice for radiation shielding applications. High in demand in both medical and industrial settings, the tungsten alloy as compared to other traditional radiation shielding materials, provide excellent value. This Tungsten Alloy Radiation Shielding is also used in cancer therapy, as well as syringe protection for radioactive injections. Tungsten Alloy Radiation Shielding has been explored for its potential use as an impetus and it has been found to look like platinum in its catalysis of the generation of water from hydrogen and oxygen at room temperature, the diminishment of tungsten trioxide by hydrogen within the sight of water, and the isomerisation of 2, 2-dimethylpropane to 2-methylbutane. Tungsten Alloy Radiation Shielding has been proposed as a substitution for the iridium impetus in hydrazine-controlled satellite thrusters.