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becquerel (Bq) [bek-ĕ-rel´]
the SI unit of radioactivity, defined as the quantity of a radionuclide that undergoes one decay per second; one curie
equals 3.7 × 1010
Etymology: Antoine H. Becquerel, French physicist, 1852-1908
the SI unit of radioactivity, equal to one radioactive decay per second. See also curie
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