Asked in Periodic Table
Is the element sodium radioactive or non-radioactive?
non radioactive element
What is radioactive dating and radioactive isotopes?
A radioactive isotope is an atom unstable, which emit nuclear radiation. Radioactive dating is based on the properties of radioactive isotopes, essentially half life and radioactive decay. ...
Why are radioactive elements called 'radioactive'?
Answer Radioactive means unstable, so any element that has an unstable nucleus is radioactive. This is especially true of element's isotopes....
Asked in Physics, Geothermal
What is the source of heat in the Earth's interior?
The decay of radioactive isotopes. The decay of radioactive isotopes. The decay of radioactive isotopes. The decay of radioactive isotopes. ...
If a substance is radioactive is its compound radioactive?
Yes. A radioactive atom is a radioactive atom. If that atom exists as a single atom and is uncombined and it is radioactive, it's radioactive. If that same atom is chemically combined with another or other atoms, it's still radioactive. It's just that simple. ...
Asked in Chemistry, The Difference Between, Isotopes
What is the difference between non radioactive and radioactive isotopes?
Radioactive isotopes are unstable.
Asked in Care of Rabbits, Rabbits and Hares
Is rabbit feces radioactive?
No. There is no reason why rabbit feces should be radioactive, unless of course they ate something radioactive or they are under medical care using radioactive isotopes. It might be possible that if the soil is radioactive, and the plants become radioactive, that a rabbit might excrete radioactive feces from eating the plants. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds, Radium
If radium and chlorine combine to form radium chloride what is true about the compound?
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. ...