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An [[atom|atom]] is said to be radioactive if it randomly emits radiation in one of three forms; [[alpha particle|alpha particles]], [[beta particle|beta particles]] and [[Gamma_rays|gamma rays]]&nbsp;<ref>What is nuclear (2016) can be found at https://whatisnuclear.com/articles/radioactivity.html assessed: 21/10/2016</ref>.
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An [[Atom|atom]] is said to be radioactive if it randomly emits radiation in one of three forms; [[Alpha particle|alpha particles]], [[Beta particle|beta particles]] and [[Gamma rays|gamma rays]]<ref>What is nuclear (2016) can be found at https://whatisnuclear.com/articles/radioactivity.html assessed: 21/10/2016</ref>.  
  
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 14 December 2018

An atom is said to be radioactive if it randomly emits radiation in one of three forms; alpha particles, beta particles and gamma rays[1].

References

  1. What is nuclear (2016) can be found at https://whatisnuclear.com/articles/radioactivity.html assessed: 21/10/2016
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