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Q: All radioisotopes decay at the same rate. True False
A: All radioisotopes decay at the same rate. False . Each radionuclide decays at its own unique rate which cannot be altered by any chemical or physical process.
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User: All radioisotopes decay at the same rate. True False





Weegy: All radioisotopes decay at the same rate. False . Each radionuclide decays at its own unique rate which cannot be altered by any chemical or physical process.
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User: Iodine-131 has a half-life of 8.07 days. What fraction of a sample of iodine-131 is left after 16.14 days? a 1/16 b 1/4 c 1/8 d 1/2

Weegy: Iodine-131 has a half-life of 8.07 days. After two half-lives, or 16.14 days, the fraction of iodine-131 remaining is one quarter (b).
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User: The experiment that produced the first artificial transmutation also provided evidence that the nucleus contains ____________ . a neutrons b protons c quarks d electrons

Weegy: The experiment that produced the first artificial transmutation also provided evidence that the nucleus contains neutrons. The first ever artificial transmutation was carried out by Rutherford in 1919.
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User: Which was the first transuranium element to be synthesized? a americium b plutonium c neptunium d technetium

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