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Textbook Problem

What conservation law requires an electron’s neutrino to be produced in electron capture? Note that the electron no longer exists after it is captured by the nucleus.

To determine

The requirement of conservation of law requires an electron's neutrino to be produced in electron capture.

Explanation

Concept Used:

Nuclear decay and conservation laws.

According to the law of conservation family number of electrons is constant. When an antimatter family member is created then only an electron can be created which is analogous to the law of the conservation of charge where the total charge is initially zero and an equal amount of charge is created of positive and negative charge so that the total reaction could be kept zero...

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