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in an initial mass of 40g, how much mass Remaining of the Isotope


Approximately how much mass remains after 8.0 hours? After 21 hours, and what is the half life of the isotope

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    What is the isotope? You are being asked for the half life without being provided with any data on the decay rate.

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