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Solution: The change in isotopes over time due to the emission of radioactive particles is known as A. absolute-age dating. B. radiometric dating. C. half-life. D. radioactive decay.

Solution: The change in isotopes over time due to the emission of radioactive particles is known as A. absolute-age dating. B. radiometric dating. C. half-life. D. radioactive decay.

Problem

The change in isotopes over time due to the emission of radioactive particles is known as 

A. absolute-age dating. 

B. radiometric dating. 

C. half-life. 

D. radioactive decay.

Solution

We are asked which of the choices is the correct word defined as “The change in isotopes over time due to the emission of radioactive particles"

Radioactive decay is the process by which an unstable atomic nucleus or isotopes loses energy by emitting radiation or radioactive particles

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