Proton emission, click for Berillium 6 nucleus
Nuclear structure of

Boron 7
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5p2nB7p em0.32 zeps3/2-5 = 3p+2 - (3n)
5p3nB8b+770 ms2+5 = 2p+3 - (2n)
5p4nB9p+2He em8x10-19 s3/2-5 = 1p+4 - (1n)
5p5nB1019.8 %stable3+5 = 3+2
5p6nB1180.2 %stable3/2-5 = 1+4 + (1n)
5p7nB12e em, 3He em20.20 ms1+5 = 2+3 + (2n)
5p8nB13e em17.33 ms3/2-5 = 3+2 + (3n)
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(half life = 350x10-24 s). Move mouse over image for Boron 7 nucleus decay form.

Blue toruses = 7 protons
Red toruses = 2 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of B (5) = protons (7) - nuclear electrons (2)

Boron 7 nucleus decays by highly instable proton emission (from left side position) of Boron 7 nucleus decay form producing Be6 nucleus (half life = 5 zs)

Beryllium 6 decays by 2 proton emission (left and right side protons) of Beryllium 6 destabilized form and He4 nucleus produced.

Click on image for Be6 nucleus

Photon model of light
Structures of atomic nuclei

Decay of Boron 7 metastable nuclear structure and Boron7 decomposition by proton emission through Berillium 6 results in alpha particles, He4


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