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 Gamma Rays are a type of Electromagnetic Radiation with the smallest wavelength. The wavelengths tend to be smaller than 10^-12 meters in length. They also have the largest frequencies in the Electromagnetic Spectruem greater than 10^20 Hz.
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Gamma Rays are a type of [[Electromagnetic Radiation|Electromagnetic Radiation]] with the smallest [[wavelength|wavelength]]. The wavelengths tend to be smaller than&nbsp;10<sup>-12</sup> meters in length. They also have the largest frequencies in the [[Electromagnetic Spectrum|Electromagnetic Spectrum]] greater than 10<sup>20</sup> Hz<ref>L'Annunziata, Michael; Mohammad Baradei (2003). Handbook of Radioactivity Analysis</ref>.  
  
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L'Annunziata, Michael; Mohammad Baradei (2003). Handbook of Radioactivity Analysis
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Latest revision as of 09:42, 22 October 2014

Gamma Rays are a type of Electromagnetic Radiation with the smallest wavelength. The wavelengths tend to be smaller than 10-12 meters in length. They also have the largest frequencies in the Electromagnetic Spectrum greater than 1020 Hz[1].

References

  1. L'Annunziata, Michael; Mohammad Baradei (2003). Handbook of Radioactivity Analysis

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