The figure below shows the path taken by three radiations A, B, and C from a radioactive source through an electric field.
(i) Identify the radiation B
(ii) Give a reason for the difference in deviation shown by A and C
(i) gamma rays.
(ii) A are β particles which are negatively charged hence attracted to positively charged plate and are lighter than C hence more deviation compared to C which are β particles which are positively charged hence attracted to the negatively charged plate and are heavier hence less deviation.
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