Gamma ray

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Gamma ray

A high-energy photon, emitted by radioactive substances.
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The Enhancement of Breast Cancer Radiotherapy by Using Silver Nanoparticles with 6 MeV Gamma Photons.
Smartphone cameras are hypersensitive to visible light and energy gamma photons, ANSTO said.
This shift in (lambda)max of the dye was due to the breakage of Nitrogen double bonds (-N=N-) of the dye and after the degradation of the dye molecules, the pigments in the sample solutions were almost finished due to the bombardment of the gamma photons from the Co60 (gamma)-radiation source [9, 11].