Chapter 30 - Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity - Misconceptual Questions: 6

Choice E.

Work Step by Step

The half-life is an unchanging property of the radioactive material. After each half-life, one-half of the remaining material decays. As the amount of radioactive material decreases, the activity (decays per second) decreases.

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