Chemistry
posted by Jazmin .
which of the following 10 g samples will decay the most in 28 days?
a.P32
b.Kr85
c.Fr220
I131
the answer is c.Fr220 but i want to know why, please help

Chemistry 
DrBob222
Look up the half lives. The one with the shortest half live will decay the most.
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