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I’m trying to find the q-value of the decay C12 to N15, by alpha decay, however this seems impossible as usually you don’t decay into a larger atom. Also the alpha particle is similar to a He atom being removed at the increase up from C12 to N15 doesn’t make since?? If anyone can decifer my question i would appreciate an answer.

I’m trying to find the q-value of the decay C12 to N15, by alpha decay, however this seems impossible as usually you don’t decay into a larger atom. Also the alpha particle is similar to a He atom being removed at the increase up from C12 to N15 doesn’t make since??
If anyone can decifer my question i would appreciate an answer.

Grade:12th pass

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