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In Shedding Light on Nuclear Radiation Episode 4: Beta-Plus Decay, we introduce students to beta-plus particles, also known as positrons. Beta-plus particles are a form of anti-matter. Though beta-plus particles don’t really exist in huge quantities naturally on Earth, scientists have learned how to actually make atoms that emit them! Beta-plus particles have now become a major tool for doctors to diagnose a wide variety of cancers.
Length: 17 minutes
Copyright date: ©2023
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