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  1. It is, according to theory, possible to alter the speed of radioactive decay. One can induce beta decay if the nucleus is in an electric field or magnetic field which approaches the Schwinger limit. The Schwinger limit is the electric field strength at which one must take corrections from Quantum Electrodynamics into account in Electrodynamics.
  2. May 19,  · Radioactive decay is the loss of elementary particles from an unstable nucleus, ultimately changing the unstable element into another more stable element. There are five types of radioactive decay: alpha emission, beta emission, positron emission, electron capture, and .
  3. Mar 27,  · Review of radioactivity and radioactive decay, as found in natural rocks and minerals across the planet. Developed for an introductory-level physical geology course. To .
  4. Earlier I have learnt that in radioactive decay, the nucleus splits into 2 daughter elements, as well as giving off radiation (e.g. Alpha decay= helium + 2 daughter elements). However this text says that it is only one nucleus, but a different element because of it's .
  5. Radioactive decay, an aa kent as nuclear decay or radioactivity, is the process bi whilk a nucleus o an unstable atom loses virr bi ootpittin pairticles o ionisin radiation.A material that spontaneously ootpits this kin o radiation—whilk includes the emission o energetic alpha pairticles, beta pairticles, an gamma rays—is conseidered radioactive.
  6. The answer to this is yes, on the grounds that that is exactly what happens in nuclear power plants/bombs, however this is not "spontaneous" fission and I am guessing that you mean is there a way to speed up it's decay without the use of additional particles/gamma rays.
  7. The decay of radioactive pollutants is treated the same way as transformation and deposition. The mass on a particle is reduced using the time constant approach: m 2 = m 1 exp(-β rad Δt) In addition to the particle mass, deposited radioactive pollutants also decay, and hence deposition amounts are also reduced each time step.
  8. Aug 01,  · Cooled, metal-embedded beryllium-7's electron capture had a longer half life, while the half lives of positive beta decay of sodium and alpha decay of polonium were shorter.

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