Examples of Radioactive Elements?

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Examples of radioactive elements are Rubidium, Thorium, Radium, Uranium, Polonium, and Potassium. These elements give off energy waves by the spontaneous disintegration of atomic nuclei. Most of them occur naturally or caused by reactions that occurs when they are exposed to natural sunlight.
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( ¦rād·ē·ō′ak·tiv ′el·ə·mənt ) (nuclear physics) An element all of whose isotopes spontaneously transform
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