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Dec 8, 2011 ... Gamma radiation has the highest penetration power, Beta decay goes the second, alpha decay the last. However, alpha particles make the ...

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Radioactivity. Radioactivity is the process in which unstable atomic nuclei spontaneously decompose to form nuclei with a higher stability by the release of  ...

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Jul 28, 2015 ... Here, we discuss the difference between alpha, beta and gamma radiation. Their basic properties and differences were discussed in the article ...

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Beta radiation is the producer of fast moving electrons and can penetrate further in comparison to the alpha particles. Gamma radiations are high energy ...

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The alpha beta and gamma rays are the emission that usually occurs from the ... In comparison the gamma ray is different from both alpha and beta radiation as ...

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Alpha, beta and gamma radiation can be emitted from any unstable nucleus of an atom. ... Alpha particles are very large in comparison to beta and gamma.

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Alpha is a particle, basically a fully ionized helium nucleus, ejected by decay of a radioactive ... Aside from the academic question (which has been well answered by others) of the differences in these types of radiation (beyond which there are ...

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Feb 3, 2017 ... An atom emits particles like beta, alpha and gamma rays when an atom undergoes radioactivity, due to unstable atom trying to gain stability.

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Radiation experiment - Three types of radioation - Alpha, Beta, Gamma.