Radon is the radioactive noble gas.
yes! it is is a radioactive inert gas =)
Radium is a solid, radon is a gas. Both are radioactive.
No. Radon is a radioactive noble gas.
Tritium and radon are radioactive gases.
Radon is a colorless radioactive gas considered to be a health hazard.
Nothing abnormal; radon is also a noble gas and radioactive.
Radon is a noble gas and is radioactive.
A radioactive rock is one which contains traces of radioactive isotopes. These isotopes release radiation in its various forms. Any rock can be radioactive, but in particular igneous rocks tend to have radioactive properties. This is because they may have radon gas trapped in their crystals, which, under pressure, is released (this is why radon gas is used as an indicator of an upcoming earthquake). Radon gas is radioactive, and this causes the rock to be radioactive also.
Radon is a noble gas and is radioactive. All of the other noble gasses have at least some synthetic radioactive isotopes. Radioactive isotopes of both krypton and argon exist in nature in trace quantities.
Do you mean radon? If you do, Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas and comes from the natural breakdown (radioactive decay) of uranium.
Possible health problems due to radioactive gas leak in the atmosphere?
Radon, an odorless radioactive gas.
This radioactive gas is radon (Rn).
All elements have radioactive isotopes, but naturally occurring chlorine is not radioactive. Chlorine gas is, however, poisonous.
Ordinary chlorine is not radioactive. Chlorine gas is highly toxic, however.
This gas is radon (Rn).
Rutherfordium is radioactive and a solid, liquid, and gas;)
This gas is radon.
No, it's not. It's radioactive and that isn't a type of gas.