Nitrogen 11 destabilized nuclear structure
Nuclear structure of

Nitrogen 11 

(half life = 590 ys). Move mouse on image for Nitrogen 11 destabilized form

Blue toruses = 11 protons
Red toruses = 4 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of N (7) = protons (11) - nuclear electrons (4)

Nitrogen 11 decays by proton emission (from left position in the picture) of Nitrogen 11 destabilized, decay form to Carbon 10.

Carbon 10 then undergo a transformation of b+ electron capture of Carbon 10 forming Boron 10 stable nucleus.
Other component of the participant photon decomposition, the residual positron emitted.

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Nuclear properties

Nitrogen 10 nucleus Nitrogen 12 nucleus




Nitrogen 11 isotope nuclear structure and composition of Nitrogen11 nucleus. Proton emission decay of N11 yield Carbon 10 and after an electron capture originated from pair production finally Boron 10 stable nucleus formed. The rest of positron emitted.