Number of days required for a sample to decay from 10 milligrams to 1 milligram....
Number of days required for a sample to decay from 10 milligrams to 1 milligram.
Given: 10 milligrams of sample decays to 5 milligrams in 23 days.
Answer & Explanation
Skilled2021-09-10Added 103 answers
Radio-active decay of a sample is given by
Where, is the initial weight of the sample.
To calculate the number of days to decay the sample to 1 milligram, Substitute days.
Using the formula of radioactive decay, the number of days can be calculated for a sample to decay from 10 milligrams to 1 milligram.
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