Radioactivity, Part Two

Unit 4: Electromagnetics
Lesson 14 of 17

Objective: Students will examine radioactivity more closely and expand their understanding of the concept of "radiation."

Big Idea: The term "radiation" is complex and has many facets, including connections to the electromagnetic spectrum and nuclear decay.

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