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  1. #1 Particle Decay "Q" Newby trying to prove theory; Help Wisdom Please 
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    Hello from: okwithme (Dave)
    I have a life, but it blurs in & out among my hobby; one & the same.

    My Past/present interest, I call Holistic Bio-chem
    & What is Digestion or is it such?, second Practicing Quantum Physics.

    I am a Newby a green also red & blue quark trying to prove a theory, through _____ decay?
    Please your thoughts/wisdom; thanks in advance; My questions are crudely; sorry

    My Q: what
    from of partial decay (beta, alpha, Gamma radiation; Via what Partial decay:
    froms a: neutron & positron matrix formed/pair & would it be
    neutral stable.

    If also a neutrino/anti is formed what is it, why is
    it formed needed to be formed from this _______ decay

    Q thanks: Is an Electron/positron the magnetic movement holding a neutron
    & its DNA stable & within our static faze variant

    Thanks Again from okwithme (Dave)


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    I'm not sure anyone is going to be able to answer these questions without a lot more clarification....

    Quote Originally Posted by okwithme View Post
    My Q: what
    from of partial decay (beta, alpha, Gamma radiation; Via what Partial decay:
    froms a: neutron & positron matrix formed/pair & would it be
    neutral stable.
    What do you mean by "partial" decay? And I don't know what you mean by "neutron & positron matrix" or "neutral stable".

    Anyway...

    In beta- decay, a neutron turns into a proton and an electron and an antineutrino are emitted.
    In beta+ decay, a proton turns into a neutron and an positron and a neutrino are emitted.

    In alpha decay, an alpha particle consisting of two protons and two neutrons is emitted from the nucleus.

    If also a neutrino/anti is formed what is it, why is
    it formed needed to be formed from this _______ decay
    A neutrino/antineutrino is emitted in beta decay to conserve various quantities such as spin and lepton number.

    Is an Electron/positron the magnetic movement holding a neutron
    & its DNA stable & within our static faze variant
    You do know that particles do not have DNA? Is that a metaphor for something?


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