if an isotope broke down the electrical energy would become balanced as the outer electron/s would be taken from the atom and the isotope would become like a noble gas. isotopes can be used for radiation aswell!
Asked in Isotopes
What During blank an unstable isotope breaks down into a stable isotope?
It is by radioactive decay that unstable isotopes break down into stable isotopes. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What happens with carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood?
IT slowly breaks down in to a flued IT slowly breaks down in to a flued
Asked in Chemistry
When an unstable isotope breaks down but doesn't change to another element the atomic number always?
The atomic number is unchanged.
Asked in Vinegar
What happens to a cracker in a glass with saliva and vinegar?
it breaks down and dissovles
Asked in Chemistry
What happens when an isotope undergoes beta emission?
what happens when an isotope undergoes beta emission?
What happens to the mRNA strand when the translation is done?
It breaks down in the cell membrane.
What happens when your nervous system breaks down?
i think you die but experiment to see
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care, Genetics, Blood
What happens to the blood clot after a tooth extractiondoes it break down?
The blood clot breaks down and is reabsorbed in to you body
What is an unstable isotope that breaks down and gives off energy in the form of charged particles?
Sounds to me like radiation from a radioactive isotope. The breaking down part would be the half-life. But the isotope won't completely break down. Only until it reaches a stable form. Such as, radium-226 decays finally to lead-206. During the process it emits charged Alpha particles. ...
What happens to sperm that do not fertilize an egg?
It dies, breaks down and gets absorbed by the body.
Asked in Ecosystems
What happens to these different living things if the forest is harvested?
the ecosystem breaks down into food