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Radium is extremely radioactive.
Radium is strongly radioactive.
Yes. All isotopes of radium are radioactive.
No .. it is radioactive.
Yes, radium and polonium are radioactive elements.
Radium is a solid, radon is a gas. Both are radioactive.
No it is not.
As radium is radioactive, radium chloride would also be radioactive. Any compounds make with any radioactive material are radioactive, and they cannot be "not" radioactive. Radioactive material doesn't really care if it is "alone" or in compound; it will be radioactive in any case.
Dust of the radioactive element Radium.
Radium is strongly radioactive and dangerous.
No. Radium is radioactive and, therefore, unstable.
Radium, by a big margin. Radium has no isotopes that are not radioactive, but no naturally occurring isotopes of potassium or sodium are radioactive.
No. They are radioactive elements.
Radium: named after its radioactive property.
Radium is a radioactive metal, silvery appearance.
no, radium is radioactive and dangerous
All transuranic elements are synthetic and radioactive.
Radon and radium are radioactive.
Radium is a solid, radioactive, alkaline earth metal.
Radium and polonium are radioactive natural chemical elements.
Radium is an alkaline earth metal and radioactive.
Radium is not used to produce energy.