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In Shedding Light on Nuclear Radiation Episode 5: Half-Life and Activity, we examine how quickly radiation is given off by radiation-emitting substances. Some radioactive substances emit lots of radiation in a short amount of time while others emit radiation very slowly. These different rates of emission can be expressed in a quantitative way using the concepts of “half-life” and “activity”.
Length: 16 minutes
Copyright date: ©2023
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