Begin learning about radioactive decay processes with this brief chemistry lesson! Covered are important particles, symbols, and properties of the process.
Learn what happens to an atom during alpha decay, how you can predict the end products, and some real world applications in this lesson from Amanda Holton.
In this lesson, Dr. Amanda Holton discusses the two different types of beta decay, beta plus and beta minus, how they affect atoms, and ways they are applied.
In this chemistry lesson, review electron capture, which is a form of radioactive decay. Covered is a quick definition, and a radioactive decay formula.
Learn the definition of gamma decay, when it happens, and how it affects the elements involved in this chemistry lesson from Dr. Amanda Holton.
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