Recombinant form of Lithium 8 nucleus
Nuclear structure of

Lithium 8
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3p1nLi4p em91 yoctos2-3 = 2p+1 - (2n)
3p2nLi5p+He em370 ys3/2-3 = 1p+2 - (1n)
3p3nLi67.59%stable1+3 = 1+2
3p4nLi792.41%stable3/2-3 = 1+2 + (1n)
3p5nLi8e em840.3 ms2+3 = 2+1 + (2n)
3p6nLi9e em178.3 ms3/2-3 = 1+2 + (3n)
3p7nLi10n em2.0 zs1+3 = 1+2 + (4n)
3p8nLi11e em8.59 ms3/2-3 = 2+1 + (5n)
3p9nLi12n em>10 ns3 = 2+1 + (6n)
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(half life = 840.3 ms). Move mouse on image for Lithium 8 recombinant form.

Blue toruses = 8 protons
Red toruses = 5 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of Li (3) = protons (8) - nuclear electrons (5)

Lithium 8 decays by electron emission (left side) of Lithium 8 decay form through Be8 into 2 He4 nucleus.

Click on image for Berillium 8 (instable) nucleus image


Photon and matter
Structure of atomic nuclei


Lithium 7 nucleus Lithium 9 nucleus

Li4Li5Li6Li7Li8Li9Li10Li11Li12

HHeLiBeBCNOFNe
NaMgSiSArCaFeNiNdPb

 
Nuclear structure of Lithium 8 and decomposition mechanism of electron emission decay of Lithium 8 atomic isotope element. Electrons repells each other better than protons does, probably in consequence of higher torus diameter of electrons. The electron torus diameter is about three times greater than proton torus. Electrons always departs at one of the end of nuclear torus rod. The results of Be8 split into two He4 nucleus.
 
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