A radioactive element forms its own isotope after 3 consecutive disintegrations.

A Radioactive Element Forms Its Own Isotope After 3 Consecutive Physics Question

A radioactive element forms its own isotope after 3 consecutive disintegrations. The particle emiited are

Options

(a) 3 β-particles
(b) 2 β-particles and 1 α-particle
(c) 2 β-particles and 1 γ-particle
(d) 2 α-particles and 1 β-particle

Correct Answer:

2 β-particles and 1 α-particle

Explanation:

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