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Radio and Nuclear Chemistry

Radioactive rot (otherwise called atomic rot, radioactivity or atomic radiation) is the procedure by which an insecure nuclear core loses vitality (as far as mass in its rest outline) by transmitting radiation, for example, an alpha molecule, beta molecule with neutrino or just a neutrino on account of electron or a gamma beam or electron on account of inner change. A material containing flimsy cores is viewed as radioactive. Certain exceedingly energized fleeting atomic states can rot through neutron outflow, or all the more once in a while, proton emanation.

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