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a radio active element is placed in a air free zone what will be change of decay rate per second of the element

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decay rate=dy/dt=-λt. change in decay rate per second= rate of change of decay rate=(d/dt)(dy/dt) =(d/dt)(-λt) =-λ second-1

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