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What is the use of beta?
What descibes radioactive decay by beta particle emission?
Beta decay is a type of radioactive decay that comes in two types. The beta plus decay and beta minus decay can be described by use of an equation that places an unstable atom on one side and the products of the beta decay on the other. The beta minus decay of carbon-14 is just a single example of this equation, and here it is: 614C => 714N + e- + ve To learn more about beta decay, use the link below to the related question, "What is beta decay?"
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What is a beta particle?
A beta particle is two particles emitted in the form of radioactive decay called beta decay. It is either an electron and an electron anti neutrino, which is emitted in beta- decay, or a positron and an electron neutrino, which is emitted in beta+ decay. Use the link below to the related question on beta decay to help you sort it out.
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What bullets do you use for the jg ak47 beta spetsnaz?
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Is beta decay the same as a beta particle?
No, beta decay isn't the same as a beta particle, but a beta particle is emitted in beta decay. There are two kinds of beta decay, and they are beta minus and beta plus decay. In these decay events, an electron and a positron (anti-electron) will be emitted from a nucleus, respectively. Beta decay is the event, and the beta particle is a product of the event.
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Is beta radiation uncharged?
No, beta radiation is not uncharged. Beta radiation is the result of beta decay, and there are two kinds of beta decay. In one type, beta minus decay, an electron is ejected from an atomic nucleus. The electron is negatively charged. In the other type, beta plus decay, an positron, which is an anti-electron (antimatter), is ejected from the nucleus. The positron is positively charged. Beta radiation is either negatively charged electrons or positively charged positrons (anti-electrons). Use the link below to the related question here at WikiAnswers. It is "What is beta decay?" and it is already answered.
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How is interferon beta-1a administered to patients with multiple sclerosis?
Use of beta in transistor?
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How do you connect Club Penguin with the unlimited Club Penguin beta 2?
You cant if club penguin does not pop up when you go on the beta. That means you cant use it on club penguin all hack systems DO NOT work, but they USE TO work. But somehow Club Penguin saw this and shut the systems down so it will not work. So basically the beta will not work and you cant use and that is the answer.
What is difference between an electron and a beta particle?
An electron is the basic carrier of the negative electrostatic charge. It has an anti-matter equivalent (an anti-particle) called the positron. Either an electron or positron can be a beta particle. The reason is that beta decay releases a beta particle, and the type of particle will depend on the type of decay. In beta minus decay, the change in an atomic nucleus will release an electron, and in beta plus decay, the nuclear change will release a positron. Use the link below to learn more about beta decay.