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 Is radon radioactive?

Answer According to the U.S. Geological Survey, radon is one of the few radioactive elements on earth. Radon forms when radium decays; radon then loses an alpha particle and forms polonium. Half of radon ... Read More »
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Is radon produced from radioactive materials?

Sometimes. The highly radioactive element radium decays into radon gas. Uranium also decays into radon, after first decaying into thorium and radium. Other materials, such as radioactive carbon or ... Read More »
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What does it mean to be radioactive?

To be radioactive refers to the emission of energy in the form of atomic particles or electromagnetic rays from an element with unstable nuclei. This process, called radioactive decay, continues un... Read More »
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Uses of Radioactive Materials?

Often associated with energy generation, radioactive materials have other important applications in modern life, such as medical diagnosis, cancer treatment, as well as the productions of sterilize... Read More »
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Is neodymium radioactive?

Neodymiun, or Nd, is a radioactive element. It is a metal and it reacts with oxygen, producing a yellow coating over the surface of the metal. Neodymium-144 is a radioactive isotope of neodymium.Re... Read More »
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