You will all die.
Over 99.999% of argon is not radioactive. A trace of radioactive argon-39 can be found in nature, but it is not significant. Synthetic radioactive isotopes of argon exist, as they do for all elements.
Yes, Rn is radon a radioactive nonmetal. But the symbol Rn does not stand for "radioactive nonmetal." Rn Radon has no stable isotopes, so yes it is always a radioactive nonmetal.
Its nucleus emits radioactive particles continuously.
Yes. Stable elements are 83 elements. all elements above that of atomic number 83 (Bismuth) are radioactive. Radioactive isotopes are of the order of 1500 radioactive isotope.
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As radioactive element is an element that is on the Priodic Table of Elements. A Radioactive Element is usually radioactive.
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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.
No, deuterium is not radioactive.
it isn't radioactive.
No, it is not radioactive.
All uranium compounds are radioactive to some degree.