Chemistry

1.what is the type of radiation (alpha,beta, or gamma) is represented by each of the following.
A)the most penetrating type of radiation is
B) When this particle is emitted an atom of carbon (atomic number 6) will change to an atom of nitrogen (atomic number 7)
C)helium nuclei
D) releases an electron

A)Gamma
B)Beta?
C)Alpha
D)Beta?

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