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. Supply the missing particle, and state the type of decay for each of the following nuclear processes.

a. Chapter 19, Problem 90AP, . Supply the missing particle, and state the type of decay for each of the following nuclear , example  1

b. Chapter 19, Problem 90AP, . Supply the missing particle, and state the type of decay for each of the following nuclear , example  2

Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

To Supply the missing particle and state the radioactive type of 2389242He +?.

Concept Introduction:

The radioactive decay is the decay of the alpha, beta emission etc. The decay of these type of particles produces the stable nucleus. The nuclear transformation is the chain reaction.

Chain reaction means the reaction proceed in continuity till it will form the stable nucleus.

Alpha decay is the decay in which mass number is decreases by 4 and atomic number is decreases by 2.

Beta decay is the decay in which atomic number increases by 1 and no change in the mass number.

Explanation

Alpha decay is the decay in which mass number get decreases by 4 and atomic number decreases by 2.

The balanced equation after the beta decay of the given element nuclide.

23892

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

ToSupply the missing particle and state the radioactive type of 23490Th23491Pa + ?..

Concept Introduction:

The radioactive decay is the decay of the alpha, beta emission etc. The decay of these type of particles produces the stable nucleus. The nuclear transformation is the chain reaction.

Chain reaction means the reaction proceed in continuity till it will form the stable nucleus.

Alpha decay is the decay in which mass number is decreases by 4 and atomic number is decreases by 2.

Beta decay is the decay in which atomic number increases by 1 and no change in the mass number.

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