Decay Products

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List Of IARC Group 1 Carcinogens - Agents and Groups of Agents
... infection with) Phosphorus-32, as phosphate Plutonium-239 and its decay products (may contain plutonium-240 and other isotopes), as aerosols Radioiodines, short-lived isotopes, including iodine-131, from atomic ...
Rutherfordium - Isotopes - Life-times
... by direct fusion between two lighter nuclei and as decay products ... fusion is 262Rf heavier isotopes have only been observed as decay products of elements with larger atomic numbers, of which only 267Rf has been confirmed ... Isotopes 266Rf and 268Rf may have also been observed as decay products and are thought to have long half-lives of 10 h and 6 h, respectively—but these have been ...
Dalitz Plot
... the relative frequency of various (kinematically distinct) manners in which the products of certain (otherwise similar) three-body decays may move apart ... The kinematics of a three-body decay can be completely described using two variables ... of the invariant masses of two pairs of the decay products ...

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