What are uranic rays?
Solution 3Q :
Henri Becquerel in his discovery of radioactivity found that the crystals he used composed of potassium uranyl sulfate, emitted certain radiation that contained uranium and he named the rays or the radiations that were emitted as Uranic rays. These rays were like X-Rays but not related to fluorescence and these rays were produced even though mineral was not exposed to outside energy.
Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
Author: Nivaldo J Tro
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