Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Fusion and Beta Decay Both Involve Electron Positron Annhilation and Pair Production

Authors: Glenn A. Baxter

Beta decay is involved in all radioactivity. Pair annihilation, pair production, fusion, and Beta decay, are postulated to form all the elements on the periodic table as well as all particles and anti particles. Particles and anti particles reside, unseen, incorporated with neutrons in the nuclei of all elements.

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