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Proton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Proton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Proton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Protons ) Jump to: navigation , search This article is about the proton as a subatomic particle. For other uses, see Proton (disambig ...


Proton emission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... the higher excited states a competitive decay channel of proton emission to the grandd-aughter C exists, called β-delayed proton emission. Proton emission (also known as proton radioactivity) is a type of radioactive decay in which a ...


Atomic number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Rutherford-Bohr model and van den Broek 1.3 Moseley's 1913 experiment 1.4 The proton and the idea of nuclear electrons 1.5 The discovery of the neutron makes Z the proton nu-mber 2 The symbol of Z 3 Chemical properties 4 New elements 5 ...


Proton decay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... For the type of radioactive decay in which a nucleus ejects a proton, see Proton emission . The pattern of weak isospins , weak hypercharges , and color charges for particles in the Georgi–Glashow model . Here, a proton, consisting of ...


Proton therapy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Proton therapy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Control panel of the synchrocyclotron at the Orsay proton th-erapy center, France Proton therapy or proton beam therapy is ...


Protonproton chain reaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... The first step involves the fusion of two 1 H nuclei ( protons ) into deuterium , releasing a positron and a neutrino as one proton changes into a neutron . It is a two-stage process; first, two protons fuse to form a diproton : 1 1 H   ...


Proton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Proton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Proton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Proton (physics) ) Jump to: navigation , search This article is about the proton as a subatomic particle. For the aqueous form of the ...


Super Proton Synchrotron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Super Proton Synchrotron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Super Proton Synchrotron From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Hadron colliders Intersecting Storage Rings CERN , 1971–1984 Super Proton Synchrotron ...


Proton NMR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... away. The effect of scalar coupling can be understood by examination of a proton which has a signal at 1ppm. This proton is in a hypothetical molecule where three bonds away exists another proton (in a CH-CH group for instance), the ...


Proton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Proton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Proton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Proton mass ) Jump to: navigation , search This article is about the proton as a subatomic particle. For the aqueous form of the ...


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