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    Can someone help me better understand these isotope decay problems?

    The half life of the isotope is 2.645 years. One microgram releases 170,000,000 neutrons/ second.

    Can someone show me how this is set up in an equation? Explain things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan82 View Post
    Can someone help me better understand these isotope decay problems?

    The half life of the isotope is 2.645 years. One microgram releases 170,000,000 neutrons/ second.

    Can someone show me how this is set up in an equation? Explain things?
    Thank You
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