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A comparison of alpha, beta and gamma
A comparison of alpha, beta and gamma

Duration: 02:02

The speed, penetration and ionising ability of different types of radiation are compared.

 
Alpha, beta and gamma radiation
Alpha, beta and gamma radiation

Duration: 01:59

Alpha particles, beta particles and gamma rays are described.

 
Alpha, beta and gamma radiation (pt 1/2)
Alpha, beta and gamma radiation (pt 1/2)

Duration: 00:56

Properties of alpha, beta and gamma radiation are demonstrated.

 
Alpha, beta and gamma radiation (pt 2/2)
Alpha, beta and gamma radiation (pt 2/2)

Duration: 01:36

The workings of a nuclear power station are explained.

 
Introduction to radioactivity
Introduction to radioactivity

Duration: 01:55

A model of a francium nucleus is built and then decays, releasing three types of radiation.

 
Radioactive decay and half-life
Radioactive decay and half-life

Duration: 00:59

A report about the decay and half-life of different radioactive elements.

 
Was radiation responsible for Nuclear Scientists' deaths?
Was radiation responsible for Nuclear Scientists' deaths?

Duration: 01:52

Health experts will investigate whether radiation from experiments conducted in 1908 could have caused the deaths from cancer of four laboratory staff at Manchester University.

 

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