Lithium 7 nucleus (stable)
Nuclear structure of

Beryllium 7
4p2nBe6He em5x10-21 s0+4 = 2p+2 - (2n)
4p3nBe7Ke53.22 d3/2-4 = 1p+3 - (1n)
4p4nBe8He em6.7x10-17 s0+4 = 2+2
4p5nBe9100%stable3/2-4 = 1+3 + (1n)
4p6nBe10e em1.51x10+6 y0+4 = 2+2 + (2n)
4p7nBe11e em13.81 s1/2+4 = 3+1 + (3n)
4p8nBe12e em21.49 ms0+4 = 2+2 + (4n)

(half life = 53.22 d) when mouse off the image. Move mouse on image for Li7 nucleus.

Blue toruses = 7 protons
Red toruses = electrons, yes, 3 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of Be (4) = protons (7) - nuclear electrons (3)

Beryllium 7 transform by K electron capture of Beryllium 7 and Lithium 7 produced: Be7 + e- = Li7

(K electron capture can only occur at the end of the nuclear nanotube, NOT into the central part of proton rod of nucleus).

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Irradiation of Be7 with gamma rays near energy of pair production may cause perhaps prompt positron emission in consequence of Beryllium 7 isotope nuclear electron capture. Artificial influence of nuclear reactions may resulted. No need of exact frequency for gamma rays I think, because nuclei may compensate the required energy. Beryllium 7 nucleus proton and electron torus composition, structure and nuclear simmetry.