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The radioactive SI unit is Becker (Bq), which is defined as a decay rate (DPS) per second. Another Curie (CI) can be defined as a 3.7 × 1010 dps decay rate.

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Decay Calculator. Radiation Decay. Radioisotope: Select, Ac-225, Ac-227, Am- 241, Au-198, Ba-133, Bi-207, Br-82, C-14, Ca-45, Cd-109, Cl-36, Co-57, Co-60 ...

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sorption, volatilization; radioactive decay; and chemical or attenuation rate constant calculations in monitored natural biological stabilization, transformation, or ...

www.analyzemath.com/solvers_calculators/exponential-decay-calculator-and-grapher.html

Exponential decay function grapher where initial value (at t = 0) and rate of decrease may be changed and hence gain better understanding of this class of ...

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Ignoring the principal, the interest rate, and the number of years by setting all these ... So we give this useful number the name "pi", to simplify our calculations an...

www.sciencecalculators.org/nuclear-physics/decay

Online calculators decay (esp. nuclear medicine) ... Exponential decay is when a quantity decreases at a rate, λ, proportional to the current quantity.

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The radioactivity or decay rate is defined as the number of disintegrations per unit ... concentration of the radioactive nuclide, we will calculate the specific tritium ...

www.people.vcu.edu/~mhcrosthwait/clrs322/Radioactive%20Decay.htm

A curie (Ci) is a unit of radioactive decay and can be expressed as 3.7 x 1010 dps or 2.2 ... to disintegrate to ½ the original amount; The rate of decay remains constant and ......

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begin mathsize 36px style lambda equals fraction numerator 2.303 over denominator t end fraction log open. λ = Radioactive Decay Constant or ...

chem.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/General_Chemistry/Map%3A_Chemistry_-_The_Central_Science_(Brown_et_al.)/21%3A_Nuclear_Chemistry/21.4%3A_Rates_of_Radioactive_Decay

Jul 5, 2018 ... Use Equation 21.4.3 to calculate the half-life of the reaction. Multiply the initial concentration by 1/2 to the power ...