Gamma radioactive decay of anti-particles

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FeDeX_LaTeX
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Hello;

Just needed to clarify something. When anti-particles undergo gamma radioactive decay, is a gamma ray produced, or an anti-gamma ray? Or something completely different?

Thanks.
 

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mathman
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Photons (including gamma rays) do not have antiparticles. At a distance particle decay cannot be distinguished from antiparticle decay by spectral analysis.
 

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