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Research Assignment 3 CHEM 230 The Impact of Radiation on the Human Health Please complete the following steps: 1. Go to: 2. Read the directions on this web link, and compete the virtual lab 3. Complete the Chart and the Graph section of the virtual lab (part A and B) 4. Answer the questions in the Journal (part C) 5. Follow directions to complete the Research Paper. Attach the Research Paper (part D) A. Complete the chart for elements A-D. B. Graph: Open the graph and plot your data. Complete the graph on this page or on a separate piece of paper. Years Element A Element B Element C Element D 0 100 100 100 100 2000 90 25 81 72 4000 81 6 66 52 6000 74 2 53 38 8000 66 0 43 27 10000 60 0 35 20 20000 36 0 12 4
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Unable to do a graph on word document. Apologizes. C. Journal: Answers the Questions. 1. A: 13,00-14,000 years because during these years it goes between 49-51 B: 4000-5000 years because the changes are between 49-55 C: 600-7000 since 600, it gets 48-53 D: every 100, 100-500 in 1000 2. Element A would be the most dangerous because it has a shorter half-life. They can hurt living organisms in a quicker time than the others 3. After two half-lives, ¼ of the original isotope’s atoms remain. 4. 1 billion .8= 8 billion – 1 billion 7 billion daughter atoms 5. 1/8 – 2= 2 3x180000=400,000 125/1000= 1/8 1/8-1/4-1/2+1-1/2-1/4-1/8 450,000 years since the 3 half lives means the value would be 1/8 of the total
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D. Research Paper: Complete and Attach the Research Paper Answer the main question by typing the 3 main paragraphs.
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