Answer to Question #34454 in Atomic and Nuclear Physics for junaid iqbal
does the temerature effect the rate of decay of radioactive nucleoid ? if so . how ?
The change in temperature causes a change always constant rate of the chemical reaction. However, some transformations, such as the radioactive decay of atoms obeying the reaction equation of the first order, independent of changes in temperature, which can be created in the laboratory. Obviously, in this case the change of the Ink too small to be able to observe the effect of temperature on the rate constant of radioactive decay.
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