Found 7 Articles for Radioactivity

Stefan Boltzmann Constant

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 21-Dec-2022 15:47:01
Introduction The constant of Stefan Boltzmann is used to calculate the heat amount that is radiated by the blackbody. It preoccupied all the radiant energy that strikes it and releases the total radiated energy. In understanding the constant of Stefan Boltzmann's law, the blackbody is crucially important because that discusses the amount of power the sun provides off the provided temperature. This law constantly helps in analysing and examining the amount of heat and energy released by the earth into space. It permits scientists to examine and identify the amount of hotness of the sun that is based on the ... Read More

Radiation Detector

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Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction The radiation detector's development has been initiated with the transistor's invention. The recent detectors utilise calorimeters for the calculation of detected radiation energy. The plates of photography were utilised to recognise the left of tracks by the interactions of nuclei. The plate of photography can be placed in the way of a beam or material of radioactivity. Fogged may be visible or considered from the radiation exposure when the plate has been developed. In the earliest time, the electroscope was the main utilised radioactive detector. These were mainly used as a gold leaves pair that might get charged ... Read More

Radioactivity Gamma Decay

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Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction The gamma decay is a kind of radioactivity in which unsteady atomic nuclei gives out excess energy by a spontaneous electromagnetic process. The most notable form of gamma decay is gamma emission, gamma rays flows in the form of photons, and packets of electromagnetic energy of very short wavelength. Gama-decay also includes two key electromagnetic processes, internal pair production and internal conversion. In internal conversion excess energy present in the nucleus is directly transferred to one of its orbiting electrons and in the case of internal pair production excess amount of energy is converted in the particular electromagnetic field ... Read More

Relation between Beta and Gamma Function

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Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction In physics, the relation of” beta and gamma functions” is popular to compute the various different functions. Gama is a type of single-variable function that represents the variable functions of the particles while beta is a type of dual variable function that is applicable for computing as well as representing the amplitude in terms of reggae trajectories. The relationship between the beta and gamma function is presented with the formula “B(p, q)=(Tp. Tq)/T(p+q)” In order to evaluate the integral functions of the gamma beta function, this formula is very crucial. What is the relation between beta and gamma function? ... Read More

Radioactive Beta decay

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Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction The “radioactive beta decay” process exists in the field of nuclear physics. The radioactive process of decay is associated with the process of reaction in which beta ray is released from the “nucleus of an atom”. It helps in the transformation of the “original nuclides” to isobars” of the nuclide. In simple terms, in the process of “beta decay”, the “neutron” transforms into a “proton” through the “emission of an electron” which is further accompanied by “antineutrino”. The process of “beta decay” is resultant of a weak force which makes the “decay process” a relatively lengthy process. What is ... Read More

Radioactive Decay

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Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction “Radioactive Decay” emits energy in “ionizing radiation form” and is also responsible for damaging the genes’ DNA and biological tissues in the human. The ionizing radiation is mainly incorporates beta particles, gamma rays, and also alpha particles. Individuals who are more exposed to the harmful radiation of these three rays can suffer from various skin diseases, respiratory diseases, DNA problems, and biological tissue deformities. The radioactive elements are present in various forms in the periodic table where some of them are unstable and some of them are stable. What do you mean by Radioactivity? The ... Read More

Radioactivity Alpha Decay

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Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction In the process of nuclear decay the elements that are usually released alpha particles and gets decay gradually with time are determined as the radioactive alpha decay products. The alpha particles that is structurally equivalent to the Helium atom’s nuclear are mainly denoted by the Greek letter, α. These alpha particles mainly consist of two neutrons and two protons. In radioactivity alpha decay, there is a positively charged element that is identical to Helium 4 nucleus and that particle can also be emitted spontaneously. This article is mainly determined as the alpha particle What do you ... Read More
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