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Po218 is an alpha emitter with a halflife of 3.0 minutes. If a sample contains 42 mg of Po218, how many alpha emissions would occur in 6.0 minutes?

Well, 3/4 have disintegrated.
3/4 *42mg/218 * avagradro's number.
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