What is a Gamma Ray? The Carbon within a living organism is continually decaying, but as the organism is continuously absorbing Carbon throughout its life the ratio of Carbon to Carbon atoms in the organism is the same as the ratio in the atmosphere. This process continues and although the count rate might get very small, it does not drop to zero completely. Gamma Rays 31 What is a Gamma Ray? If the answer you have written is not rightchange it to the correct answer by copying down the information from the correct page.
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What takes up Most of the Space of an Atom? Answer 24 How is a Beta Particle written? What happens to the Nucleus when a Gamma Ray is emitted? Answer What takes up Most of the Space of an Atom? Half-life is the time it takes for half of the unstable nuclei in a sample to decay or for the activity of the sample to halve or for the count rate to halve. What are the Three Types of Radioactivity called?