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An article about half-lives describes a parent isotope. What is a parent isotope? the isotope that forms from the radioactive decay of a less stable isotope the isotope that forms from the radioactive decay of a more stable isotope an isotope that undergoes radioactive decay to form a less stable isotope an isotope that undergoes radioactive decay to form a more stable isotope

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Rodney Fox on March 10, 2018

Answer: the Correct choice is D. Explanation:A parent isotope is one that undergoes decomposition to form 2 or more stable daughter isotope.Here, the parent radioactive isotope in nature and the radioactive substances are unstable. So to get the stability, the Parent isotope undergoes radioactive decay to form more stable daughter isotope.


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