How does radioactivity travel?



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    Radiation travels in the form of gamma rays. Gamma rays travel the same way light does. Gamma rays, however, travel at a different frequency. Their wavelengths are between .03 nanometers and .003 nanometers. Gamma rays can not be reflected in mirrors or captured.

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