Nitrogen 10 nuclear structure
Nuclear structure of

Nitrogen 10
7p3nN10p em200 yoctos2-7 = 4p+3 - (4n)
7p4nN11p em590 ys1/2+7 = 3p+4 - (3n)
7p5nN12b+11.000 ms1+7 = 2p+5 - (2n)
7p6nN13b+9.965 min1/2-7 = 1p+6 - (1n)
7p7nN1499.634%stable1+7 = 4+3
7p8nN150.366%stable1/2-7 = 1+6 + (1n)
7p9nN16e em7.13 s2-7 = 2+5 + (2n)
7p10nN17e em4.173 s1/2-7 = 3+4 + (3n)

(half life = 200 ys). Move mouse on image for Nitrogen 10 destabilized form

Blue toruses = 10 protons
Red toruses = 3 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of N (7) = protons (10) - nuclear electrons (3)

Nitrogen 10 decays by proton emission (from left side position) of Nitrogen 10 destabilized form through Carbon 9.

Carbon 9 emits positron from a source of photon decomposition, while other component of the photon,
the electron captured to central part of Carbon 9 forming Boron 9 nucleus.

Boron 9 destabilized form decays by proton emission (from central position), forming two He4 nucleus particles.

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Light photon model
Nuclear properties
Casimir effect, light creation in vacuum

Carbon 17 nucleus Nitrogen 11 nucleus




Nitrogen 10 isotope or N10 proton emission decay through Carbon9 and Boron9 generate Be8 and produce two alpha particles or Helium 4 nucleus. The Nitrogen 10 so poor in glue electons that no time for catching a light for pair production because the proton release is much more quicker process. The energy of released proton may be in higher range as the nuclear proton rod shot out proton vigorously at one of the end position of nuclear proton nanotube.