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In a typical nuclear reaction, the number of nucleons is conserved yet energy is released? please explain

In a typical nuclear reaction, the number of nucleons is conserved yet energy is released? please explain

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harshin nechooli
121 Points
2 years ago
This particular rxn is.  beta - .   emission 
there neutron changes to proton .   so . no of nucleon is conserved.   but .atom changes and binding energy 
thus energy enjoyed
 
 
HAR

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