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This BBC website explains the concept of adioactivity through simple imagery. The language used is easy to follow and the concept is at the a level intended for high school students.

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Subjects Levels Resource Types
Modern Physics
- Nuclear Physics
- High School
- Audio/Visual
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Physics To Go This resource was a Physics To Go feature from July 1, 2012 until July 16, 2012. View the feature here!

Access Rights: Free access
Restriction: © 2012 BBC
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Keywords: Alpha Particles, Beta Particles, Gamma Radiation, Radiation
Record Creator: Metadata instance created June 14, 2012 by Gnana Subramaniam
Record Updated: Aug 19, 2020 by Lyle Barbato
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June 14, 2012
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AIP Format
(BBC, 2012), WWW Document, (
What is Radioactivity? (BBC, 2012), <>.
APA Format
What is Radioactivity?. (2012, June 14). Retrieved December 9, 2023, from BBC:
Chicago Format
BBC. What is Radioactivity?. BBC, June 14, 2012. (accessed 9 December 2023).
MLA Format
What is Radioactivity?. BBC, 2012. 14 June 2012. 9 Dec. 2023 <>.
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@misc{ Title = {What is Radioactivity?}, Publisher = {BBC}, Volume = {2023}, Number = {9 December 2023}, Month = {June 14, 2012}, Year = {2012} }
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%0 Electronic Source %D June 14, 2012 %T What is Radioactivity? %I BBC %V 2023 %N 9 December 2023 %8 June 14, 2012 %9 application/flash %U

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