Problem: Can you think of a process not involving radioactive decay for which 14CO2 would behave differently from 12CO2?

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We are asked to think of a process not involving radioactive decay for which 14CO2 would behave differently from 12CO2.

Recall that in a nuclear reaction, the number of protons and neutrons is affected and the identity of the element changes


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Can you think of a process not involving radioactive decay for which 14CO2 would behave differently from 12CO2?

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