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Problem 13E

Radioactivity and Nuclear Equations (Section)

Decay of which nucleus will lead to the following products: (a) bismuth-211 by beta decay; (b)chromium-50 by positron emission; (c) tantalum-179 by electron capture; (d) radium-226 by alpha decay?

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Author: Theodore E. Brown
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