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What are positrons and neutrinos?

Subject : Power Plant Engineering

Topic: Chap 5: Nuclear Power Plants

Difficulty: Medium

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The positron is a positively charged electron having the symbols ₊₁e⁰, e⁺ and β⁺, the symbol for electron being ₋₁e⁰, e⁻ and β⁻. The neutrino is a tiny, electrically neutral particle, ejected along with β particle during nuclear fission and carry around 5% of the total energy produced in fission.

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