Chemistry

What are some uses for radioisotopes?

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  1. medicine, tracers in procedures to see what is reacting.
    See https://opentextbc.ca/chemistry/chapter/21-5-uses-of-radioisotopes/

    For more information Google uses of radioisotops.

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