decay product

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decay product

[di′kā ‚prä·dəkt]
(nuclear physics)
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Hungarian law mandates that a national action plan is to be created and put in place to mitigate the health effects of concentrations of radon and daughter nuclide for residential buildings, if these concentrations reach a yearly average level of 300 Bq/[m.sup.3] (Decree 487/2015).
Inhalation of various daughter nuclides is a form of radioactive material exposure.
where [C.sub.Th], [C.sub.Ra], and [C.sub.K] represent mean activity concentrations (Bq [kg.sup.-1]) of the radionuclides [sup.232]Th (in equilibrium with its daughter nuclides), [sup.226]Ra (in equilibrium with its daughters), and [sup.40]K.