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Statistical Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-04-09 01:26 AM
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93. liquid radiation? solid radiation? really. In what fantasyland physics book did you learn that.
Radiation is energized subatomic particles.

alpha radiation is an energized He-4 nucleus
beta radiation is an energized electron
gamma radiation is an energized proton
neutron radiation is an energized neutron

Please let me and rest of scientific community what a "liquid proton" or "liquid electron" looks like.

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