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Old Jan 6th 2019, 04:33 PM   #1
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What type of process is this?

I have to say what type of processes these are and fill in the blanks. Some of them are easy. The first one is beta decay. But I can't solve all of them. Could you please help?
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Old Jan 7th 2019, 05:08 AM   #2
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I would suggest that the first step would be to start to fill in the blanks,
Initially just try to balance the number of neutron, protons and electrons on each side.

Once you have the blanks, at least partially filled, it should be easier to identify the type of process.
Once the type of process is identified, this will guide you toward any other terms (e.g. gamma emissions) that might be required in the blanks.
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