The S.I. unit of radioactivity is

The Si Unit Of Radioactivity Is Physics Question

The S.I. unit of radioactivity is

Options

(a) Roentgen
(b) Rutherford
(c) Curie
(d) Becquerel

Correct Answer:

Becquerel

Explanation:

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