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List the Types of RADIATION that are known to to be emitted by radioactive elements.

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any radioisotope in particular?
nope. it's not mentioned
it's just that in general

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the three main ones are the the frist three greek letters
ok. what are the others? @UnkleRhaukus
Electromagnetic radiation that leaves the nucleus of a decaying nuclide is called gamma radiation, Beta radiation is when a proton or neutron in the nucleus flips and ejects an electron (or positron) and neutrino Alpha radiation is when two of the protons and neutrons leave a nucleus When a large nuclei fissions it might break into smaller nuclei as fission products, Some times neutrons are also emitted
besides alpha, gamma, beta and x-rays what are the other types of radiation??
ok thanks @UnkleRhaukus
and sometimes protons

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