Difference between revisions of "Gamma rays"

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'''Gamma rays''' or (<math>\gamma</math>), are a type of electromagnetic radiation that have the highest frequency on the [[electromagnetic spectrum]]. The boundary between gamma rays and x-rays is not strictly defined, but all gamma rays have frequencies of at least <math>10^{19}</math> Hz.
 
'''Gamma rays''' or (<math>\gamma</math>), are a type of electromagnetic radiation that have the highest frequency on the [[electromagnetic spectrum]]. The boundary between gamma rays and x-rays is not strictly defined, but all gamma rays have frequencies of at least <math>10^{19}</math> Hz.
 
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* [[Ultraviolet rays]]

Latest revision as of 22:21, 6 July 2019

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Gamma rays or ($\gamma$), are a type of electromagnetic radiation that have the highest frequency on the electromagnetic spectrum. The boundary between gamma rays and x-rays is not strictly defined, but all gamma rays have frequencies of at least $10^{19}$ Hz.

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