Radioactive decay is the process by which the nucleus of an unstable atom loses
energy by emitting radiation, including alpha particles, beta particles, gamma ...
Discuss the two forms of radiation that can be released due to radioactive decay.
... Radioactive decay is the spontaneous breakdown of an atomic nucleus ...
This algebra lesson introduces radioactive decay and decibel levels and
explains how to use their formulas.
Radioactive decay rates are normally stated in terms of their half-lives, and the
half-life of a given nuclear species is related to its radiation risk. The different ...
Dec 29, 2010 ... Mr. Andersen explains why radiation occurs and describes the major types of
radiation. He also shows how alpha, beta, and gamma radiation ...
Radioactive Decay - Nuclear radiation can be extremely beneficial or extremely
harmful -- it all depends on how it's used. Learn what nuclear radiation is all ...
Radioactive decay. 8-9-00. Sections 30.1 - 30.6. The nucleus. When we looked at
the atom from the point of view of quantum mechanics, we treated the nucleus ...
Certain naturally occurring radioactive isotopes are unstable: Their nucleus
breaks apart, undergoing nuclear decay. Sometimes the product of that nuclear ...
In this tutorial, we will learn about radioactive decay, nuclear stability, and what is
happening on ... Writing nuclear equations for alpha, beta, and gamma decay.
This lesson simulates radioactive decay to develop the understanding of what we
mean by half-life.