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The Radioactive Decay Rate Calculator will calculate the:
|The radioactive decay rate as a function of time R(t) is Bq [Becquerel]|
|Radioactive decay rate as a function of time calculation|
|R(t) = ln 2/T1/2 ∙ N0 ∙ e-ln 2/T1/2 ∙ t|
R(t) = / ∙ ∙ e-/ ∙
R(t) = ∙ ∙ e- ∙
R(t) = ∙ ∙ e
R(t) = ∙ ∙
|Radioactive Decay Rate Calculator Input Values|
|Initial number of atomic nuclei (N0)|
|Half-life of radioactive element (T 1/2) s [second]|
|Time elapsed since the beginning of process (t) s [second]|
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