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Posted by **Beth** on Sunday, July 29, 2012 at 12:18am.

I keep getting the wrong answer and use the equation H=kNo

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**Elena**, Sunday, July 29, 2012 at 6:53amA=λ•N=(ln2/T)•N

The amount of Radium atoms is

N=m•N(A)/μ,

where

N(A) = 6.022•10^23 mol^-1 is the Avogadro Number,

μ = 0.226 kg/mol is the molar mass of Radium

A=λ•N=(ln2/T) •m•N(A)/μ =

=(0.693•1.11•10^-3•6.022•10^23)/(1600•3.156•10^7•0.226)=4.06•10^10 Bq=1.1 Ci

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