Noun Concept
Categories: IARC Group 1 carcinogens, Nuclear physics, Articles with short description, Gamma rays, Radiation
gamma radiation  gamma ray  gamma rays  G Radaition  gamma-decay
A gamma ray, also known as gamma radiation, is a penetrating form of electromagnetic radiation arising from the radioactive decay of atomic nuclei. Wikipedia
Also gamma radiation, an electromagnetic ray Wikipedia Disambiguation
Electromagnetic radiation of high frequency and therefore high energy Wikidata
A form of electromagnetic radiation or light emission of frequencies produced by sub-atomic particle interactions, such as electron-positron annihilation or radioactive decay. OmegaWiki
Electromagnetic radiation consisting of gamma rays. Wiktionary
Type of radiation. Wiktionary (translation)
Very high frequency (and therefore very high energy) electromagnetic radiation emitted as a consequence of radioactivity. Wiktionary
Very high frequency electromagnetic radiation. Wiktionary (translation)