Shape of Hadrons (AIP Conference Proceedings / High Energy

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Activation products in a reactor (and particularly its steel components exposed to neutrons) range from tritium (H-3) and carbon-14 to cobalt-60, iron-55 and nickel-63. For example, for the decay of an isotope of the element seaborgium, 263Sg: The atomic number of the nucleus changes from 106 to 104, giving rutherfordium an atomic mass of 263-4=259. a decay typically occurs in heavy nuclei where the electrostatic repulsion between the protons in the nucleus is large.

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Publisher: American Institute of Physics; 2007 edition (April 30, 2007)

ISBN: 0735404119

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