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We all know that the nucleus of Fe is most stable. So whenever a nuclear fission occurs, one of the daughter nuclei must be Fe in order to increase stability. Then why is it not so??

We all know that the nucleus of Fe is most stable. So whenever a nuclear fission occurs, one of the daughter nuclei must be Fe in order to increase stability. Then why is it not so??

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

akash
37 Points
6 years ago
study how nuclear fission occurs then you will get your answer.
 
pa1
357 Points
6 years ago
study how nuclear fission occurs then you will get your answer.

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