I am very uneducated in physics, however I did take a remote sensing course in college where we discussed EMR. My questions are the following: could gamma radiation be absorbed in a material and then transferred to another material or dispersed. I know that gamma radiation has no charge and is only slightly affected by magnetic fields. I know that a super dense material like lead is routinely used to absorb gamma radiation. If gamma radiation has properties of no mass or electrical charge yet are EMR then there has to be a way to match the frequency of this pre energy. Could a field of ionized radiation matching the frequency of gamma radiation deflect a jet of gamma radiation (deflect energy with energy). I may be way off on this so please bare with me.