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Nuclear Chemistry

Beta decay loss of a negative charge with no mass (0,-1 e)
Alpha decay loss of a Helium nucleus (4,2 He)
Positron production loss of a positive charge with no mass (0,1 e)
Neutron bombardment Addition of a neutron to an atom that results in an beta decay
Positive-ion bombardment Addition of a Helium nucleus to an atom that results in the loss of a neutron
Electron capture Nucleus captures a inner orbital electron, (0,-1 e) is a reactant. reaction causes gamma ray to be released
Gamma ray production Reaction emits a high energy photon with no mass or atomic number
t1/2 equation t1/2 = 0.693/k
Created by: shudonmiller