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Daughter products The term 'Daughter products' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' Isotopes that are formed by the radioactive decay of some other isotope. In the case of radium-226, for example, there are 10 successive daughter products, ending in the stable isotope lead-206. '.
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