How do the infrared and -rays differ in their following properties :
(i) wavelength, and (ii) penetrating power?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 21st May, 2014, 04:16: PM
(i) Although both the infrared and - rays are electromagnetic radiations, -rays have much shorter wavelength ( ) as compared to the infrared whose wavelength is nearly 10-6 m or more.
(ii) -rays are much more penetrating as compared to the infrared radiations.
Answered by | 21st May, 2014, 06:16: PM
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