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20 February, 04:06

How do radioisotopes of an element differ from other isotopes?

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  1. 20 February, 04:31
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    Radio Isotopes give off radiation and are unstable.

    By being unstable they give off radiation like alpha particles and beta particles.

    ((if you need more information i can explain further I'm in an AP chemistry class))
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