Selina Concise Physics Solution for ICSE Class 10 Chapter 12 Radioactivity

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Radioactivity is a physical phenomenon of spontaneous emission of highly penetrating radiations by an unstable nucleus. The elements that emit high energy radiations are known as radioactive elements. A few examples are uranium, polonium, thorium and radium. In the chapter radioactivity of ICSE class 10 physics, we look at the phenomenon of radioactivity in detail and learn about the nuclear reactions in depth. The provided solutions comprise of a variety of numerical that help you rigorously understand the concepts discussed in the chapter.
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Statement 1: When white light ray passes through a prism it disperses into seven different colours, and this phenomenon is called dispersion.

Statement 2: Refraction depends upon the wavelength of light and since different colours have different wavelengths hence they are refracted at different angle and so they are split into the colour spectrum.