3 edition of Radio-activity found in the catalog.
Rutherford, Ernest Rutherford Baron
Microprint copy of the Cambridge edition of 1904.
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Radio-activity is a book written in (a 2nd edition was published in ) by Ernest Rutherford. This was the year prior to Albert Eistein's paper on the special theory of relativity would be published. The following quotes are from the 1st edition of Radio-activity, unless otherwise noted. RADIO ACTIVITY offers plenty to satisfy mystery fans and music fans alike. The research into the history of the music of the late sixties and early seventies rivals that of the technical research that goes into Tom Clancy novels. But the information is blended seamlessly into the . The Lancet Special Articles. RADIO-ACTIVITY IN MEDICINE. Sidney Russ faburrito.com, faburrito.comP. JOEL PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS, MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL. THERR is so much difference of thought and practice about the indications, scope, and methods of applica- tion of radio-active substances in medicine that a review of the limited knowledge at our disposal may be of use in clearing the faburrito.com by: 1.
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It is, in essence, an attribute of individual atomic nuclei. Radioactive decay is a property of several naturally occurring elements as well as of artificially produced isotopes of the elements.