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Ch.19 - Nuclear Chemistry
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Ch.23 - Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds

Solution: Fill in the blanks with the complete nuclide symbols for the particles that are required to balance the following nuclear reactions. 

Solution: Fill in the blanks with the complete nuclide symbols for the particles that are required to balance the following nuclear reactions. 

Problem

Fill in the blanks with the complete nuclide symbols for the particles that are required to balance the following nuclear reactions. 


Solution

We’re being asked to complete the nuclide symbols for the particles that are required to balance the following nuclear reaction:

Bi83209 +?  n01 + Mt109266


Heavy (large atomic mass) elements undergo radioactive reactions  (nuclear reactions) in order to increase the stability of their nuclei. 

Nuclear fusion is a nuclear reaction in which two or more atomic nuclei combine to form one or more larger atomic nuclei and subatomic particles.


The element in the reaction can be represented as:

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