How do the nuclei of atoms of radioactive elements differ in their structure from the nuclei of atoms of ordinary elements?
November 13, 2020
The number of neutrons in the nucleus of atoms of radioactive elements significantly exceeds the number of protons of ordinary elements. For example, the nucleus of the uranium 238 / 92U isotope contains 146 neutrons and 92 protons.
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