The time it takes for half of a given quantity of the radioisotope to decay The

The time it takes for half of a given quantity of the

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The time it takes for half of a given quantity of the radioisotope to decay The presence of I-131 in fallout is particularly hazardous to children because ingesting large amounts of I-131 is most likely to induce: Thyroid cancer Cobalt-60 is useful: As a gamma-emitter in cancer therapy Of the following, the form of radiation most widely used in medical diagnosis and therapy is: Not sure but I put gamma-radiation
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In position emission tomography a position collides with an electron and the 2 particles disappear in a burst of: 2 gamma rays Somatic damage is damage that affects: A living body by causing illness or death A Geiger counter is used to detect and measure: Radioactivity A film badge is used principally for determining: A cumulative dose of radiation Among the following C-14 dating is most useful for determining the age of ancient: I think the answer is rocks The age of the oldest rocks on the earth’s surface has been determined by measuring the ratio of: I think it is C-14 to C-12 and C-13 Background radiation is: The low level of natural radiation to which we are all exposed
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