An article about half-lives describes a daughter isotope. What is a daughter isotope? a. the isotope that forms from the radioactive

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An article about half-lives describes a daughter isotope. What is a daughter isotope?
a. the isotope that forms from the radioactive decay of a less stable isotope
b. the isotope that forms from the radioactive decay of a more stable isotope
c. an isotope that undergoes radioactive decay to form a less stable isotope
d. an isotope that undergoes radioactive decay to form a more stable isotope

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2022-04-23T18:59:49+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Charlie
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    2022-04-23T19:01:03+00:00

    Answer:

    a

    Explanation:

  2. Caroline
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    2022-04-23T19:01:15+00:00

    i think the answer is A. the isotope that forms from the radioactive decay of a less stable isotopen

    n

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