Fluorine 14 decay form
Nuclear structure of

Fluorine 14
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9p5nF14p emnodata2-9 = 4p+5 - (4n)
9p6nF15p em410 ys1/2+9 = 3p+6 - (3n)
9p7nF16p em11.42 zeps0-9 = 2p+7 - (2n)
9p8nF17b+64.49 s5/2+9 = 1p+8 - (1n)
9p9nF18b+109.77 min1+9 = 5+4
9p10nF19100%stable1/2+9 = 1+8 + (1n)
9p11nF20e em11.163 s2+9 = 2+2 + 5 + (2n)
9p12nF21e em4.158 s5/2+9 = 3+1 + 5 + (3n)
9p13nF22e em4.23 s4+9 = 2+2 + 5 + (4n)
9p14nF232.23 s3/2+9 = 5+4 + (5n)
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(half life = nodata). Move mouse on image for Fluorine 14 nucleus decay form.

Blue toruses = 14 protons
Red toruses = 5 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of F (9) = protons (14) - nuclear electrons (5)

Fluorine 14 nucleus decays by proton emission (left side) of Fluorine 14 decay form to Oxygen 13.

Oxygen 13 transformed by positron emission from a source of a photon decomposition,
while electron component of the photon captured by Oxygen 13, producing Nitrogen 13.

After an other positron emission of Nitrogen 13 transition form Carbon 13 (stable) nucleus finally formed.

Click on image for decay form of Oxygen 13 nuclear structure.

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Nuclear properties

Fluorine 14 isotopes nuclear composition of atomic F14 nuclear structure element Fluorine14 nucleus


Oxygen 19 nucleus Back to Main Astrojan Fluorine 15 nucleus

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