Chlorine 36 Protons Neutrons And Electrons For Aluminum

All isotopes of a chemical element contain the same number of protons with varying numbers of neutrons. The element hydrogen has three naturally occurring isotopes, H, H and H, which are sometimes referred to as protium (H), deuterium (D) and tritium (T), respectively. Also there is an inverse beta decay, which assists isotopes too light in neutrons to approach the ideal; however, since fission almost always produces products which are neutron heavy, positron emission is relatively rare compared to beta emission. [Read More]