Light, also known as photons
All electromagnetic waves have exactly the same amount of mass -- none.
Yes, that's correct.
Intensity is independent of frequency or wavelength. So whether it is Xray or gamma ray both can have the same intensity.
Both X-rays and gamma rays are forms of electromagnetic radiation, so yes, the radiation is similar. It's the same type of radiation, in fact.In older sources you may see X-rays listed as having longer wavelengths (and lower energy) than gamma rays, but in modern usage the wavelengths of the two overlap to a degree. The general distinction is that electromagnetic radiation emitted by an atomic nucleus is a "gamma ray" and electromagnetic radiation emitted by an electron outside the nucleus is an "X-ray" even if the two have the same wavelength.
No. Gamma radiation is photons that emanate from the nucleus in response to a reduction in that nucleus' excitation state. The interaction of electrons, on the other hand, produces x-rays. X-rays, while still photons, are generally less in energy than gamma radiation. Though there is some overlap, and while it is true that a photon is a photon, gamma radiation and x-rays are not the same thing.
Gamma rays travel at the speed of light because both light and gamma rays are variants of the same thing: electromagnetic radiation.
Light "rays" are both waves and particles, that is the nature of light. Thus Gamma Rays is the name for a type of light that is in essence just the same as visible light, radio waves, heat and X rays.
The gamma rays and x-rays will cancel each other out causing those electrons to have little to none frequencies
Gamma rays travel exactly the speed of light because gamma rays are light
Because gamma rays are exactly the same thing that light is, only with shorter wavelengths.
it remains the same gamma rays have no mass and no electrical charge
Alpha particles are in the same group with gamma rays. Gamma rays helps remove all of the excise energy in a nucleus. Alpha particles consist of two protons and two neutrons that are bound together.
Since x-rays have lower frequencies than gamma rays have, each x-ray photon carries less energy than a gamma ray photon carries. Both carry enough energy to damage living cells.
No. Gamma rays and radio waves are both electromagnetic waves and travel at the same speed. They just have different wavelengths/frequencies.
Same speed - light and gamma rays are both electromagnetic waves, but with different frequencies.