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Textbook Problem

When a nucleus (decays, does the (particle move continuously from inside the nucleus to outside? That is, does it travel each point along an imaginary line from inside to out? Explain.

To determine

That does the a particle move continuously from inside the nucleus to outside.

Explanation

When a nucleus a decay occurs then the total number of nucleons that can get out of the nucleus from an α (alpha) particle is four.

By tunneling effect, we can explain the above fact;

For to have a decay which is to be high in energy, the nucleons present inside of nucleus of α particle should have high energy in them.

For decay having very high energy barrier should not very wide and the decrement in the function of wave which is exponential in the inner si

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