anonymous
  • anonymous
Photons are also known as beta particles. (true or false)
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ash2326
  • ash2326
Photons are quantum of light, so it's false
anonymous
  • anonymous
A beta particle is a free electron.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A beta particle is emmited from a radioactive disruption, the two nucleus that come from that disruption have to have the same mass with the initial nucleus which means that the particles emmited have to be electrons, otherwise the masses would differ.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no........because the BETA having -ve charge... and photons having no any mass it meas (massless)
anonymous
  • anonymous
FALSE!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ rahulchatterjee....! how???/
anonymous
  • anonymous
As everyone says "FALSE" a photon is a light particle and a beta is an electron

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