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Can radiations like gamma rays and x-rays be made prevented to enter a place by a magnetic field?

Ans) Rutherford noted that gamma rays were not deflected (or at least, not easily deflected) by a magnetic field, another property making them unlike alpha and beta rays.

 So,radiations like gamma rays and x-rays be made prevented to enter a place by a magnetic field.

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