But the question is, when does an atom or nucleus decide to decay? So it could either be beta decay, which would release electrons from the neutrons and turn them into protons. And normally when we have any small amount of any element, we really have huge amounts of atoms of that element. That's 6.02 times 10 to the 23rd carbon-12 atoms. This is more than we can, than my head can really grasp around how large of a number this is.
Let's say I have a bunch of, let's say these are all atoms. And let's say we're talking about the type of decay where an atom turns into another atom. Or maybe positron emission turning protons into neutrons. And we've talked about moles and, you know, one gram of carbon-12-- I'm sorry, 12 grams-- 12 grams of carbon-12 has one mole of carbon-12 in it.
In October 2016, Danielle filed for an annulment from the Tunisia native, and was granted a divorce in March 2017. They asked if I want a divorce or annulment, I said it’s the same for me.” After marrying in July 2014, Mohamed called the police on his then-wife for stealing money from him, destroying his clothes, and opening a Direc TV account in his name without his permission.
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It'll probably still be carbon, but there's some probability that after one second it will have already turned into nitrogen-14.
1/2 to the 3rd power, because every time you have 1/2 of the original sample-- that's the number of half-lives-- after three half-lives you'll have 1/8 of your original sample. In the next video we're going to explore what if I asked you a question, how many of the particles, or how many grams will you have in exactly 10 days?
Amid claims the fragments could throw the traditional view of the origins of Islam into question, a member of the team involved in the discovery said further analysis of the ancient artefact threw up a "problem" with this theory.
So what we do is we come up with terms that help us get our head around this. So I wrote a decay reaction right here, where you have carbon-14. So now you have, after one half-life-- So let's ignore this. I don't know which half, but half of them will turn into it. And then let's say we go into a time machine and we look back at our sample, and let's say we only have 10 grams of our sample left. “In the middle of the seventh century there was a great expansion out of Arabian peninsula, and while there were a number of factors involved it is often explained at least in part as a religious movement.“If that is the case, why would there be such a time lapse between a religious text coming into being in say 570, and a movement 60 years later? And this is just when you're doing it with a discreet you know, when you're right at the half-life point. A manuscript of the Koran found buried away in a Birmingham library is more likely than not the oldest known direct record of the Prophet Mohamed's teachings, according to an expert at the university where it was discovered.