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What are the different types of radioactive decay?

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What are the different types of radioactive decay?

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The forms of radioactive decay and other associated processes are as follows: Decays – • Beta – positive and negatively charged particles that are mass equivalent to electrons that are given off from the nucleus • Alpha – the emission of a particle made up of two neutrons and two protons, but no electrons, so it has a mass of four amu and a charge of -2 • Isomeric transition – a metastable isotope gives off some energy in the form a photon.

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The forms of radioactive decay and other associated processes are as follows: Decays –

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