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Solution: Write a nuclear equation for the indicated decay of each of the following nuclides. Express each as a nuclear equation. a. Po-210 (alpha) b. Ac-227 (beta) c. Th-234 (beta) d. O-15 (positron emission) e. Pd-103 (electron capture)

Solution: Write a nuclear equation for the indicated decay of each of the following nuclides. Express each as a nuclear equation.a. Po-210 (alpha)b. Ac-227 (beta)c. Th-234 (beta)d. O-15 (positron emission)e. Pd

Problem

Write a nuclear equation for the indicated decay of each of the following nuclides. Express each as a nuclear equation.

a. Po-210 (alpha)
b. Ac-227 (beta)
c. Th-234 (beta)
d. O-15 (positron emission)
e. Pd-103 (electron capture)