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Clinical Uses of Radioactivity and Decay

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How long would it take for a radioactive isotope with a half life of 2 weeks to lose at least 70% of its radioactivity?

Describe two clinical uses of Radioactivity.

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A discussion of 2 clinical uses of radioactivity and answers a basic half-life question. Attached as Word and PDF.

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