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Why is It Found Experimentally Difficult to Detect Neutrinos in Nuclear β-decay? - Physics

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Why is it found experimentally difficult to detect neutrinos in nuclear β-decay?

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Neutrinos are difficult to detect experimentally in β decay because they are uncharged particles with almost no mass. Also, neutrinos interact very weakly with matter, so they are very difficult to detect.

Concept: Law of Radioactive Decay
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