All of them - alpha - beta - neutron - visible light - are examples of nuclear radiation.
X-rays (electromagnetic) and beta/alpha (particulate) are some examples of radiation.
prompt (at time of explosion) - neutron, gamma, x-ray, UV, visible, thermal (IR), some radio.delayed (fallout) - beta, gamma, some alpha.Types of radiation called "ionizing radiation" - alpha, beta, gamma, x-ray, neutron.
Electromagnetic waves ARE radiation.
Gamma radiation, beta radiation, alpha radiation, x-ray, and neutron radiation.
well, here are some examples of radiation: the sun, fire, popcorn, heat waves, Geothermal energy, and boiling eggs
In general, neutron radiation is radiation by neutrons. It is a form of particulate radiation (like alpha radiation, beta radiation or proton radiation), and it is sharply different from something like gamma radiation in that gamma rays are electromagnetic energy. We generally use the term "radiation" in the nuclear area to refer to particles or energy released as a result of changes in atomic nuclei, and it is generally dangerous to be exposed to any of these types of radiation. Neutron radiation is particularly dangerous as it is the most penetrating of the types of particulate radiation.