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Solution: Predict a likely mode of decay for each of the following unstable nuclides. Explain why. a. Mo-109 b. Fr- 202 c. Rn- 196 d. Sb - 132 e. P - 27 f. Ru - 90

Problem

Predict a likely mode of decay for each of the following unstable nuclides. Explain why. 

a. Mo-109 

b. Fr- 202 

c. Rn- 196 

d. Sb - 132 

e. P - 27 

f. Ru - 90