Background radiation

Jun 17th, 2015
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• Human beings can survive small doses of radiation relatively unscathed. • This has been important in our evolution, as the natural environment exposes us to low-level radiation from both natural and man-made sources.

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Atomic Number261366Mass Number56271214Neutron Number301468Atomic Mass56 u27 u12 u14 uMolar Mass56 g27 g12 g14 gParticleElectric Charge (e)Electric Charge (C)Rest Mass (kg)Rest Mass(u)Rest Mass(MeV/c2)Proton+1+1.60 x 10-191.673 x 10-271.007276938Neutron001.675 x 10-271.008665940Electron-1-1.60 x 10-199.110 x 10-310.0005490.511

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