Absorb Advanced Physics by Adrian Watt

Ionisation by gamma radiation

Added by Adrian Watt on Mar 31, 2008

An animation illustrating the process of forming an ion by exposing an atom to gamma radiation. A gamma ray is incident on a chlorine atom, forming a chloride ion and causing the electrons to rearrange. Click the arrow button to start the animation.

This resource is from the unit Radiations and matter which is part of Absorb Advanced Physics.

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