Absorb Physics by David Fairhurst

Ionising air

Added by David Fairhurst on Feb 6, 2008

An interactive animation illustrating the ionisation of air by a gamma ray. An air molecule is struck by a gamma ray, releasing an electron that ionises a second air molecule. Click the arrow button to start the animation and again to reset it.

This resource is from the unit Absorbing Radiation which is part of Absorb Physics.

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