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1 March, 14:15

When k-37 undergoes positron emission what is the resulting atom

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  1. 1 March, 15:46
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    The resulting atom is argon

    Explanation:

    Positron emission is a type of radioactive decay known as beta plus decay. This reaction is characterized by an element having an increase in the number of neutrons and a decrease in the number of protons.

    This affects the atomic number in which it is decreased by one while the mass number remains unchanged.
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