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Decay product

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In nuclear physics, a decay product is the remaining nuclide left over from radioactive decay. ... These might also be referred to as the daughter products of <sup>238</sup>U. Decay prod...

Daughter Nuclide

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daughter nuclide: a nuclide produced by the radioactive decay of another nuclide . May be stable or may decay further.

Daughter and grandchild nuclides

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Example: iodine-137 (parent nuclide) decays via xenon-137 (daughter), caesium -137 (grandchild), barium-137m (great-grandchild) into the stable barium-137 ...

What Is a Parent Nuclide? - Chemistry - About.com

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This is the definition of Parent Nuclide. ... Na-22 decays into Ne-22 by β+ decay. Na-22 is the parent nuclide and Ne-22 is the daughter nuclide. Show Full Article  ...

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May 2, 2015 ... Video shows what daughter nuclide means. An isotope (often one of several) that is the product of the radioactive decay of a specific parent ...

What is the history of "daughter nuclide"? - NukeWorker.com

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Mar 9, 2010 ... I know my qusetion may be so stupid, but I really interest history of "daughter nuclide" . By "daughter nuclide" I mean "progeny" which is a decay ...

6 equations of radioactive decay and growth - acamedia

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a nuclear decay series in which also the daughter nuclides are radioactive. All these phenomena will be discussed separately. 6.1. LAW OF RADIOACTIVE ...

Nuclear Reactions - Chemwiki

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Feb 27, 2016 ... The daughter nuclide contains two fewer protons and two fewer neutrons than the parent. Thus α-particle emission produces a daughter ...

Decay types and conversion of nuclides in radioactivity

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Since <sup>4</sup>He<sup>2</sup> consists of 2 protons and 2 neutrons (mass number = 4), the parent nuclide <sup>M</sup>P<sup>Z</sup> becomes a daughter nuclide <sup>M-4</sup>D<sup>Z-2</sup> after the emission of an ...

Chapter 3 -‐ Radioactive Decay Kinetics The number of nuclei in a ...

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unstable radioactive nuclide into a more stable nuclide, which may also be radioactive, it is ..... Essentially all of the parent nuclides are converted to daughter.

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daughter nuclide - Wiktionary

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daughter nuclide (plural daughter nuclides). (physics) An isotope (often one of several) that is the product of the radioactive decay of a specific parent nuclide.

Daughter-nuclide dictionary definition | daughter-nuclide defined

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Noun. (plural daughter nuclides). (physics) An isotope (often one of several) that is the product of the radioactive decay of a specific parent nuclide.

Definition of daughter nuclide - Chemistry Dictionary

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1) Nuclide that is produced in a nuclear decay. Was this definition helpful? Related Terms & Definitions. Here are some related terms and definitions we found ...