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Help!!!!!!

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  1. anonymous
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    how can i help you??

  2. anonymous
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    Can You Help Me With Wavelength Visible light a radio wave and a x-ray are hard and i don't know the units Help

  3. anonymous
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    units of what?

  4. anonymous
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    I Need To Find The Type Of Radiation, The Wavelength, Frequency And The Wave Speed And It Say I Need To Remember Your Units

  5. anonymous
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    I AM Working on a work Sheet By The Way

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    radiation ,wavelength etc of radio wave & x-ray?

  7. anonymous
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    Yep

  8. anonymous
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    just a min...pls

  9. anonymous
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    Ok I Can Wait...

  10. anonymous
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    0.01 - 10 nanometres...

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    Thanks You Are Just A Life Saver

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    u're welcome ...thats 4 an x-ray...

  13. anonymous
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    Yeah!!!! Is It The Same For Gamma Rays ?

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    it is corresponding to frequencies in the range 30 petahertz to 30 exahertz (3×1016 Hz to 3×1019 Hz) and energies in the range 120 eV to 120 keV. They are shorter in wavelength than UV rays and longer than gamma rays.

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    But Is It Still The Same For The Radio Waves And Gamma To ?

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    Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum longer than infrared light. Like all other electromagnetic waves, they travel at the speed of light.

  17. anonymous
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    i'm not sure whether it is same 4 both....sorry..

  18. anonymous
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    Well; Thanks For The Help You Are The Best

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    Gamma radiation, also known as gamma rays (denoted as γ), is electromagnetic radiation of high frequency (very short wavelength).

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    Gamma rays typically have frequencies above 10 exahertz (or >1019 Hz), and therefore have energies above 100 keV and wavelength less than 10 picometers.....

  21. anonymous
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    Good That is about is .Hey Do You Still Need Help On The Train ? ?

  22. anonymous
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    tnx ...i got it... :)

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    What Does This Mean 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 electrons have greater range of penetration than alpha particles, but still much less than gamma rays. The radiation hazard from betas is greatest if they are ingested. Beta emission is accompanied by the emission of an electron antineutrino which shares the momentum and energy of the decay.

  24. anonymous
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    ohh..i'm sorry idk...

  25. anonymous
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    OK

  26. anonymous
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    Beta particles are high-energy, high-speed electrons or positrons emitted by certain types of radioactive nuclei such as potassium-40. The beta particles emitted are a form of ionizing radiation also known as beta rays.....i got oly this much ..sorry

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    Beta particles are able to penetrate living matter to a certain extent and can change the structure of struck molecules. In most cases such change can be considered as damage with results possibly as severe as cancer and death.

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    Thanks

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    beta particles are 100 times more penetrating than alpha particles.

  30. anonymous
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    http://www.oasisllc.com/abgx/radioactivity.htm....pls check this out..

  31. anonymous
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    http://www.oasisllc.com/abgx/radioactivity.html

  32. anonymous
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    Thanks http://www.coahullacreekhigh.org./ My New High School

  33. anonymous
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    tnx...how did u enter the link...mine went wrong ..i guess..

  34. anonymous
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    Just Went Up To The Web Browser AndRight Cicked And Copy The o The Page Then Patsed It In

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    tnx a lot...

  36. anonymous
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    if u want more info on d rays,just search...beta particle-wikipedia and d reference www. oasisllc .com.... bye

  37. anonymous
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    Bye Later And Thanks A Lot Star Gilbert

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    http://www.oasisllc.com/abgx/radioactivity.htm (dunno whether correct) u'r welcum :)

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    Thanks

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    How?

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