213 Studio Effigy Studios Future Music Recording Studios Parkland Playhouse Tree Sound Studios Radioactive (also known as Radioactive: Amazing and Mystifying Chemical Tricks) is the debut studio album by American rapper recording artist Yelawolf, released on November 21, 2011 through Shady Records, and Interscope Records. =
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Radioactive can generally describe the property of a substance (or more accurately atomic nuclei) which are unstable and spontaneously Decay (disintegrate) with the release of energy, the energy being either Electromagnetic Radiation , particulate or both. This process may occur in both naturally occurring radioactive material and man made substanc
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- exhibiting or caused by radioactivity
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Possessing the property of radioactivity.
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A material is said to be radioactive if it emits radiation. Radioactive materials have unstable nuclei which have a tendency to decay. It is when a decay occurs that radiation is released from the nucleus. Important related concepts are the activity and half-life of a source
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Substance containing an element which decays.
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Something which gives off high energy rays or particles.
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Radioactive: Emitting energy waves due to decaying atomic nuclei. Radioactive substances are used in medicine as tracers for diagnosis, and in treatment to kill cancerous cells.
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Giving off radiation. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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exhibiting or caused by radioactivity; `radioactive isotope`; `radioactive decay`; `radioactive fallout`
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(ra″de-o-ak´tiv) characterized by radioactivity.
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[Kings of Leon song]
`Radioactive` is a song by American rock band Kings of Leon, and was the first single released from their 2010 album Come Around Sundown. The song, along with its accompanying music video, premiered on September 8 on the Kings` website. The following day, it received its official radio premiere on Australian radio, and
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Type: Term Pronunciation: rā′dē-ō-ak′tiv Definitions: 1. Possessing radioactivity. Synonyms: radio-2
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[The Firm song]
`Radioactive` is a song by English rock band The Firm. It was the first single released from their eponymous début album The Firm, where it was the fifth track. It was written by Paul Rodgers. A compact and straightforward rock song from the 1980s, structured with Tony Franklin`s fretless bass hook at the beginning, combine
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Radioactive elements are those of high atomic weight (radium, thorium, uranium etc.) which spontaneously emit alpha, beta or gamma rays.
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something sending out radiation.
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Substance capable of giving off radiant energy in the form of particles or rays by the spontaneous disintegration of atomic nuclei. Can damage and destroy cells and chromosomal material
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Radioactive can generally describe the property of a substance (or more accurately atomic nuclei) which are unstable and spontaneously Decay (disintegrate) with the release of energy, the energy being either Electromagnetic Radiation , particulate or both. This process may occur in both naturally occurring radioactive material and man made substan.
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Giving off radiation.
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The cover artwork for Tony Tammaro`s fourth studio album Se Potrei Avere Te (1993). The copyright of the album and the cover artwork is owned by the singer ==Rationale of fair use for Se Potrei Avere Te== ==Licensing== ...
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1) Term given to describe substances that contain atoms whose nuclei are are unstable, which causes the substance to slowly decay and emit radiation. Radioactive minerals usually take an extremely long time to decay if kept in proper settings. 2) (verb) - Emitting alpha, beta, and gamma rays.
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[Marina and the Diamonds song]
`Radioactive` is a song by Welsh recording artist Marina and the Diamonds from the deluxe version of her second studio album Electra Heart (2012). It was released on 23 September 2011 as the first promotional single from the record; it preceded the premiere of the official lead single `Primadonna` on 20 March
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[Rita Ora song]
`Radioactive` is a song recorded by British recording artist Rita Ora, released as the fourth overall single from her debut studio album, Ora (2012). The single was released on 11 February 2013. The song was co-written by Sia Furler and Greg Kurstin, while the latter also produced the cut. ==Background and composition== In J
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[Imagine Dragons song]
`Radioactive` is a song recorded by American rock band Imagine Dragons for their major-label debut EP Continued Silence and later on their debut studio album, Night Visions, as the opening track. `Radioactive` was first sent to radio on April 2, 2012 and again on October 29, 2012. Musically, `Radioactive` is an altern
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