Can beta and gamma tracks be observed in the camera? How will they differ from alpha particle tracks?

Yes, you can see tracks of beta and gamma rays. Since they have no particles. Beta and gamma particles differ from alpha particles in that: they have opposite deflection in a magnetic field, as well as different track thicknesses, masses, charges, penetration forces.

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