Are gamma radiations waves or particles?Explain.
Asked by aaryamehta46 | 10th Mar, 2017, 08:50: PM
Gamma-rays are the waves that have the smallest wavelengths and the most energy of any other wave in the electromagnetic spectrum.
These waves are usually generated by radioactive atoms in nuclear explosions.
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