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Beta particle

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A beta particle, sometimes called beta ray, denoted by the lower-case Greek letter beta is a .... and will continue as long as the tritium exists (and the phosphors do not themselves chemically chan...

GCSE PHYSICS - What is a Beta Particle? - What are the Properties ...

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(ii) beta particles are less ionising than alpha particles but more ionising than gamma rays. Where do Beta Particles come from? Beta particles may be emitted  ...

Types of Emissions | Radiation Information and Answers

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Alpha particles are a type of radiation that do not travel very far, do not pass through ... Examples of radioactive materials that give off beta particles are hydrogen-3 ... Gamma rays come from the nucleus of an atom while x rays come from the ...

How Is a Beta Particle Formed in the Nucleus? | Education - Seattle PI

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Beta particles are a form of radiation given off by some kinds of radioactive elements, ... As with other forms of radioactivity, they originate in the atomic nucleus; . ... than having the opposite charge, it behaves just as negative beta particles do.

Where does Beta Particles come from - Answers.com

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Beta particles are emitted from the nucleus of a radioactive element. They have the same mass and charge as the electron (negative Beta's), and sometimes ...

Beta Radioactivity - HyperPhysics

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Beta particles are just electrons from the nucleus, the term "beta particle" being an historical term used in the early description of radioactivity. The high energy ...

Alpha, Beta and Gamma Rays - Pass My Exams: Easy exam ...

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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  ...

Beta Radiation

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Characteristics of Beta Radiation. 1. Beta radiation may travel meters in air and is moderately penetrating. 2. Beta radiation can penetrate human skin to the ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Radioactive atoms

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When an unstable nucleus decays, there are three ways that it can do so. It may give out: ... You need to know the effect of alpha and beta decay on the nucleus.

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Types of radiation

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Beta radiation consists of high energy electrons emitted from the nucleus. These electrons have not come from the electron shells or energy levels around the ...

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Beta Radiation

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Beta decay is a radioactive process in which an electron is emitted from the nucleus ... rich” (i.e. have a lot more neutrons in their nucleus than they do protons).

Beta Decay

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Beta decay occurs when, in a nucleus with too many protons or too many neutrons, ... proton, a hydrogen nucleus with or without an electron, does not decay.

Types of Radiation: Gamma, Alpha, Neutron, Beta & X-Ray ...

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Gamma radiation, unlike alpha or beta, does not consist of any particles, ... to gamma radiation, with the primary difference being that they originate from the ...