Wwhat is the ionizing power of radiations
Asked by lovemaan5500 | 21st Dec, 2017, 05:25: PM
Ionizing power of radiations is the energy that can remove the electron from the atoms and molecules making them ions.
Answered by Gajendra | 21st Dec, 2017, 07:50: PM
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