Problem: Which nuclear equation accurately represents the beta decay of Xe-133?a) 13354Xe → 13355Cs + 0–1eb) 13354Xe → 13353I + 0+1ec) 13354Xe + 0–1e → 13353Id) 13354Xe → 12952Cs + 42He

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13354Xe  AZX + 0-1 e


133 = A + 0

A = 133


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Which nuclear equation accurately represents the beta decay of Xe-133?
a) 13354Xe → 13355Cs + 0–1e
b) 13354Xe → 13353I + 0+1e
c) 13354Xe + 0–1e → 13353I
d) 13354Xe → 12952Cs + 42He

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