A beta particle, sometimes called beta ray, denoted by the lower-case Greek
letter beta is a high-energy, high-speed electron or positron ...
Uses of beta radiation. Beta radiation is used to monitor the thickness of materials
such as paper, plastic and aluminium. The thicker the material, the more ...
Uses for Beta Rays. Beta rays, also known as beta particles, are one of the three
most common forms of radiation produced by radioactive materials; the other ...
Uses of Radioactive-isotopes emitting alpha, beta or gamma ionising radiation.
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Beta Radiation in Thickness Control. In industries involving the production of
materials with a specific thickness i.e. paper, plastic films, aluminium foil, steel etc
Animated lesson with interactive activities, simulations and adaptive test
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Beta Radiation in Leak Detection. Leaks in underground pipelines can be
detected by the injection of a radioactive isotope. This is achieved by adding a
Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) was the first person to coin the term beta radiation
. He was born in New Zealand and became a professor at McGill University ...
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