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Lab: Radioactive Skittles - Currituck County Schools
Web viewLab: Radioactive Skittles. Introduction: In today’s experiment, you will be investigating nuclear decay in the radioactive element Skittlium (symbol Sk). Skittlium undergoes alpha decay to become the stable atom Blankium (symbol Bl). Skittlium ( Blankium + alpha. Materials: 1 cup of Skittlium atoms per group. 1 empty cup to hold decayed[DOC]
Lab: Radioactive Skittles - Cabarrus County Schools
Web viewLab: Radioactive Skittles. how much will be left after 115.2 years? Justify your answer. 9 . If we start with 120 atoms of a radioactive substance, how many will remain after three half-lives?_____ Solve the following radioactive decay reactions, by solving for . [PDF]
Name: TOC# Radioactive Decay Lab - tamdistrict
Radioactive Decay Lab Introduction: Most elements have atoms that come in two or more forms the amount of time it takes for half of an element to decay Materials 50 M&Ms and 50 Skittles Resealable bag Stop watch or visible clock that displays seconds Graph paper answer the following questions. 1. Define half-life in your own words.[PDF]
Skittles Decay - Grizz Physical Science
Skittles lab 1 Skittles Decay You are going to be simulating the radioactive decay of an unstable isotope. Any given atom of that isotope has a 50% change of decaying over the course of one half-life (the duration of which is a constant for any given isotope; i.e. about 5700 years for 14C, about 700,000,000 years for 235U). For this[PDF]