Subject: What's radioactivity?How do changes in the energy levels take place?
Date: Wed Nov 11 10:22:40 1998
Posted by zineb
Grade level: undergrad
School: Montreal U.
City: Monteal State/Province: Qc
Area of science: Physics
Why is radioactivity related to physics, not to chemistry, whereas
fluorescence and phosphorescence are explained as chemical reactions?
(in both cases, there's an energy emission....?)
I'd also like to know about the used process to get to artificial
U guys doing a GrEaT job =)
Re: What's radioactivity?How do changes in the energy levels take place?
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