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As I understand it , when something decays , the energy stored in it leaves as heat . Does the heat contain the atoms that made up the decaying item ? What happens to the atoms , how does a single atom cease to exist and how long of life span ( if life span is a proper description ) can a atom expect ? Could a single atom have been a structural part of more that one living entity during its life span ? Thank you for your time and expertise . Gerald Steede email@example.com
Re: What is the life span of a atom ?
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