Epsilon radiation

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Epsilon radiation is tertiary radiation caused by secondary radiation (e.g., delta radiation).[contradictory][1] Epsilon rays are a form of particle radiation and are composed of electrons. The term was coined by J. J. Thomson, but is very rarely used today.

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  1. ^ ""EC Electron capture"". Archived from the original on February 15, 2005.