beta particles

by Physicsissuef
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Apr15-08, 10:27 AM
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I said it is correct... But having 2 points is not totally correct... It may confuse you, like in my case... I was confused why only 2 points, but later, thanks to you and Astronuc I understand that, actually there are infinite points (for each radionucleus, corresponding point, some points also may be same)...
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Apr15-08, 10:29 AM
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Post #66 and 67 you say that is not correct, and only partly correct.

But anyway, I hope you have learned a bit how distribution functions work

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