Radioactivity in Life Sciences
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Radioactivity is used in life sciences to be a radiolabel to imagine components or target molecules in a biological system. Some radionuclei are usually synthesised in particle accelerators and also have short half-lives, giving them high maximum theoretical specific activities. This lowers this detection time in comparison with radionuclei with lengthier half-lives, such seeing that carbon-14.

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