it is unstable and decays to another element
Radioactive isotope, or radioisotope.
As radioactive element is an element that is on the Priodic Table of Elements. A Radioactive Element is usually radioactive.
What element is a radioactive element?
non radioactive element
A radioactive element is one that discharges radiation. Uranium is a radioactive element. A radioactive element is very dangerous if you don't have protective clothing. You should never go near a radioactive element.
A radioactive element is unstable and is transformed by natural radioactive decay in other element..
The process of a radioactive element becoming another element is called radioactive decay.
A radioactive element!
A chemical element is radioactive if this element emit radioactive radiations as alpha, beta or gamma; all artificial elements or isotopes are radioactive.
Yes, uranium is a radioactive element.
this is because an element is sometimes never radioactive but one may be made just to be radioactive this is because an element is sometimes never radioactive but one may be made just to be radioactive
No, it is not radioactive.
No .. it is radioactive.
It's a semantic thing - by definition, if something gives out radiation, then it is radioactive. If an element gives off radiation, then it is a 'radioactive' element. If it does not give out radiation, then it is not 'radioactive'.
Fr is the symbol for the radioactive element francium.
this is not really an element, but an isotope of an element: hydrogen-3 (or tritium) is radioactive (or unstable)........hoped that helped.
Francium (Fr) is a natural radioactive element, extremely rare.
Probably uranium is the best known radioactive element.
Uranium was the first element to be known as being radioactive.
No, bromine is not radioactive.
A radioactive element is an element that readily undergoes nuclear decay - the nucleus spontaneously emits subatomic particles as the element changes into another element.
A radioactive element is an element with an unstable nucleus, which radiates alpha, beta or gamma radiation and gets converted to a stable element
Transmutation by radioactive disintegration.
Yes, but only if it is radioactive. Radioactive elements change into different elements through radioactive decay.
The composition of a rock containing a radioactive element changes over time. The amount of the radioactive element gradually decreases as the amount of the new element increases.
Ununtrium is an artificial element, radioactive.
Californium is a synthetic radioactive element.
Polonium is radioactive element named after Poland.
Lead is the last element on the periodic table that isn't radioactive. It is also the heaviest of the non-radioactive elements.
The heaviest element that is highly radioactive is Ununoctium, which has an atomic number of 118.
Your question is meaningless. Radium IS a radioactive element, and its power depends on the context. If you mean "is there an element more radioactive than radium" then yes, there are many, e.g. astatine.
no because if it was we wouldn't use it if it was radioactive
Francium is a "radioactive" element.
No; isotopes can be radioactive or nonradioactive.
Radon and radium are radioactive.
No. It is not radioactive.
The radioactive element!
When a radioactive element slowly turns into another element/s when it emits various particles.
A non-radioactive element is an element that has at least 1 isotope that is not radioactive. The means that at least one isotope has a stable nucleus that does not break down by shooting off high-energy particles.
As a radioactive element, yes.
Radium was called radium because this element is strongly radioactive (radius in the Latin language is radiation).
The first radioactive element to be discovered was uranium, though radioactivity was not discovered until some time later.
If an element is radioactive, it refers to the stability of their atomic nucleus. If that atomic nucleus is not stable, it is considered radioactive.
There is not one, but many radioactive elements. Radioactive isotopes, to be more precise - because sometimes, one isotope may be stable, while another isotope of the same element is radioactive. All, or most, elements have radioactive isotopes.
Astatine, all its isotopes are highly radioactive
Seaborgium is a synthetic radioactive element. It does not occur naturally.
Yes, nobelium is an artificial element and radioactive.
Fermium is not found in nature. It is a synthetic radioactive element.
Mendelevium is not found in nature. It is a synthetic radioactive element.