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 Is carbon a radioactive element?

Answer The chief isotopes, carbon-12 and carbon-13, are not. However, carbon-14, a heavier isotope, is unstable and slowly decays, with a half-life of 5730 years. This makes it valuable to determine the a... Read More »
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Who was the first to discover a radioactive element?

Marie and Pierre Curie, two married French scientists, discovered radioactive elements. The Curies built on previous research on uranium and coined the term "radioactivity." Marie later discovered ... Read More »
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What radioactive element did becquerel discover?

Antoine Henri Becquerel (1852-1908) discovered the radioactivity of uranium, an achievement for which he received the 1903 Nobel Prize for physics. Becquerel worked with potassium uranyl sulfate, K... Read More »
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Is it okay to nest a table in an inline element that is nested inside a block element?

Yes, just make sure you have a ice sculpture as the center piece...
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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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