What happens if Radium Discharges all its radioactive rays?
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- eAnswers...Nov 19, 2013
Radium is a chemical element that is pure-white in color. Its atomic number is 88 and chemical symbol is "Ra" and is approximately 3 million times more radioactive than Uranium. It can loose its radioactive properties in approximately 2,500 years and transforms into an element that have a lower atomic weight. Lead is the last product of radium that has the atomic weight 207.2.
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