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English: This diagram demonstrates the constitution of different kinds of ionizing radiation and their ability to penetrate matter.

Alpha particles are stopped by a sheet of paper whilst beta particles halt to an Tin foil

. Gamma radiation is dampened when it penetrates matter. Gamma rays can be stopped from 4 meters of lead. Tungsten and tungsten alloys can stop Gamma radiation with much less mass than lead
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current19:23, 10 July 2020Thumbnail for version as of 19:23, 10 July 2020600 × 800 (3 KB)Mrmwsimpler code
21:58, 27 December 2009Thumbnail for version as of 21:58, 27 December 2009576 × 761 (74 KB)Ehambergmade the paper sheet white instead of transparent
18:39, 25 February 2007Thumbnail for version as of 18:39, 25 February 2007576 × 761 (74 KB)Stannered(corrected arrows)
18:35, 25 February 2007Thumbnail for version as of 18:35, 25 February 2007576 × 761 (73 KB)Stannered{{Information |Description={{en|This diagram demonstrates the constitution of different kinds of ionizing radiation and their ability to penetrate matter. Alpha particles are stopped by a sheet of paper whilst beta particles halt to an aluminium plate. G
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