How radiation such as gamma or X-Ray destroys cell -A2 Applied Science

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  • Created by: James
  • Created on: 11-01-13 15:28

Cells contain many parts incuding water. Gamma rays are ionising. The water is ionised and they go onto cause chemical reactions in the proteins and other parts of the cell. When a gamma ray hit's a cell it is usually absorbed by the water cells causing…


Liam Barker


omg this is brill james well done :P

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