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pl anser these questions with explanations. very urgent rates are sure Answer Q-1 and Q-2 based on the information below. Just like mass and charge, each particle has a quantity called “Lepton Number”. The table below gives charge and Lepton number of some particles. Like charge, lepton number should be conserved in any physical process. Particle charge Lepton number Proton , p +e 0 Neutron, n 0 0 Electron, e- -e +1 Positron, e+ +e -1 Neutrino, 0 +1 Antineutrino, bar 0 -1 Q1. The Lepton number of 14C (Z=6, N=8) is Q-2 Which of the following processes is possible on the basis of conservation laws? (a) P+e-+ → n (b) p →e+ + (c) p+e- →n + bar (d) p + e- →n +


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Answer Q-1 and Q-2 based on the information below.
Just like mass and charge, each particle has a quantity called “Lepton Number”. The table below gives charge and Lepton number of some particles. Like charge, lepton number should be conserved in any physical process.
Particle
charge
Lepton number
Proton , p
+e
0
Neutron, n
0
0
Electron, e-
-e
+1
Positron, e+
+e
-1
Neutrino,
0
+1
Antineutrino, bar
0
-1
Q1. The Lepton number of 14C (Z=6, N=8) is


Q-2 Which of the following processes is possible on the basis of conservation laws?
(a) P+e-+ → n (b) p →e+ + (c) p+e- →n + bar (d) p + e- →n +


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