Common emissions from radioisotopes, XRF sources, and Sun

M.A. Padmanabha Rao, an Indian scientist reported both γ-rays, and β cause Bharat radiation, which in turn causes fluorescent light (EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation). They all follow one another. X-rays are followed by Bharat radiation, which causes fluorescent light (EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation). Sun emits gamma rays, X-rays followed by Bharat radiation, which causes EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation.

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M.A. Padmanabha Rao, an Indian scientist reported both γ-rays, and β cause Bharat radiation, which in turn causes fluorescent light (EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation). They all follow one another. X-rays are followed by Bharat radiation, which causes fluorescent light (EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation). Sun emits gamma rays, X-rays followed by Bharat radiation, which causes EUV, UV, visible light, and near infrared radiation.

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