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An X-Ray (radiograph) is an image that uses radiation to create pictures of bones and internal organs. Different parts of the body absorb the x-rays in varying degrees.
Dense bone absorbs much of the radiation while soft tissue such as muscle, fat and organs, allow more of the x-rays to pass through them.
As a result, bones appear white on an x-ray, soft tissue appears grey and air appears black.