decay product

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decay product

[di′kā ‚prä·dəkt]
(nuclear physics)
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Observing this distinct decay pattern -- as element 110 spawned daughter and granddaughter isotopes 108 to 102 -- permits researchers to confirm the presence of the parent element 110, says Armbruster.