Radioactive decay is the spontaneous change or disintegration of an unstable atomic nucleus as it transforms itself to lose energy. It does this by the release of either particulate radiation or electromagnetic radiation, or both. This atomic event is random and cannot be predicted, but by applying statistical principles to large numbers of a given radionuclide, an "average" decay time can be found, and we have the half-life. There are several different types of radioactive decay. They range from spontaneous fission to alpha decay, beta decay and a couple of others.
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all radioactive decay is natural.
Radioactive decay may or may not involve electrons. There are different types of radioactive decay.
the gamma radioactive decay is the least dangerous
when an isotope is it does not undergo radioactive decay
you have to know what radioactive decay is.
The radioactive decay of americium 241 is by alpha disintegration; the disintegration of radioactive krypton isotopes is by beta particles emission.
Radioactive decay of carbon-14: 14C-------14N + e- Radioactive decay of sulfur-35: 35S-------35Cl + e-
Radioactive decay refers to the spontaneous disintegration of the radioactive substances together with the emission of the ionizing radiation.
Not determined, the radioactive decay is a statistical phenomenon.