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There is no such thing as a "full-life", because in most relevant mathematical models (the simplest and most common being first-order exponential decay), the time required for all the the substance to be gone is infinite. For example, the half-life is marked on the following graph as $t_{1/2}$. Is two times the half life a "full-life"? ...


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