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What is beta-plus?

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(β+) (beta-plus radiation): a particle emitted by a radioisotope and formed from a positively charged electron (positron), an unstable anti-electron, which when it meets a negatively charged electron is annihilated to emit two gamma photons that move in exactly opposite directions and are therefore usable in imaging.

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