Radioactive process releases alpha, gamma and what? I don't remember.

Malaysia
December 7, 2008 4:01am CST
Radioactive process releases alpha ray, gamma ray and _____. I don't remember what is the name and my brother asked this question. Someone can tell me the name? Is it tetra ray?
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11 responses
• India
7 Dec 08
Beta ray,Neutrino and anti neutrino I think so.The asnwer depends in which class he is.There may be more.
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
thank you for your useful informations
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• India
8 Dec 08
Happy to help.I hope the answer was right
@legend4u (1019)
• India
8 Dec 08
it's beta and i think you got it already. and even some more explanation.i don't think i can gave no more explanation for this.
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
thanks a lot
• China
8 Dec 08
Beta ray of course. Radioactivity releases alpha, beta and gamma.
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
thanks
@Sheldon25 (193)
• Jamaica
7 Dec 08
I wish i could help but i really have no idea good luck ok.
• Malaysia
8 Dec 08
It's ok
@dolcias (302)
• Egypt
8 Dec 08
Beta
@SANMAO (7)
• China
8 Dec 08
is it a physical question? sorry i can not give your idea ,frankly i hate this course
• India
8 Dec 08
yeah it was beta happy lotting n have a nice day
• Malaysia
7 Dec 08
its beta ray
• Malaysia
7 Dec 08
something called Betha or beta
• Singapore
7 Dec 08
beta . yeah, i still remember
• Malaysia
7 Dec 08
Alpha, Gamma and Beta [ Be ], got it?