High-energy electromagnetic radiation emitted by specific radionuclides when their particular nuclei change from an increased to a lower life expectancy power condition. Gamma rays have actually high-energy and a quick wave length. All gamma rays emitted from confirmed isotope have a similar power, a characteristic that allows experts to identify which gamma emitters are present in a sample. Gamma rays penetrate muscle further than do beta particles or alpha particles, but keep a diminished focus of ions inside their path to potentially trigger cellular harm. Gamma rays are similar to x-rays. by Elmira TorbertReport definition
Definition for "Gamma Ray"
Electromagnetic radiation emitted by radioactive decay and having…