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Nuclear Chemistry Review

For example, cobalt-60, an isotope that emits gamma rays used to treat cancer, has a half-life of 5.
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This is because larger nuclei have more proton-proton repulsions, and require larger numbers of neutrons to provide compensating strong forces to overcome these electrostatic repulsions and hold the nucleus together.
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Segment K: Nuclear Chemistry Review

Many of these substances have found useful applications in medical diagnosis and treatment, determining the age of archaeological and geological objects, and more.
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3.1: Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactive Decay

All nuclear decay processes follow first-order kinetics, and each radioisotope has its own characteristic half-life, the time that is required for half of its atoms to decay.
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Nuclear Chemistry Review

This process is radiometric dating and has been responsible for many breakthrough scientific discoveries about the geological history of the earth, the evolution of life, and the history of human civilization.
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Piersa, Amanda / Nuclear Chemistry

These stable nuclides occupy a narrow band of stability on a graph of number of protons versus number of neutrons.
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Nuclear Chemistry Review

Use the periodic table to identify any elements.
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3.1: Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactive Decay

Heavier stable nuclei, however, have increasingly more neutrons than protons.
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Nuclear Chemistry Review

When a nuclear reaction occurs, the total mass number and the total charge remain unchanged.
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3.1: Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactive Decay

54 years two half-lives , 12.
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Choose the correct category for each description.
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Soddy proposed the name isotope to describe different radioactive atoms that occupy the same position in the periodic table.
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