A photon of hard gamma radiation knocks a proton out of  _{12}^{24}\: \textrm{Mg} nucleus to form

  • Option 1)

    the isotope of parent nucleus

  • Option 2)

    the isobar of parent nucleus

  • Option 3)

    the nuclide _{11}^{23}\: \textrm{Na} 

  • Option 4)

    the isobar of  _{11}^{23}\: \textrm{Na} 

 

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V Vakul

As we learned

\gamma decay -

It is pimitrating electromagnetic radiation arising from the radioactive decay of atomic nucleus.

- wherein

Gamma rays are not charged particle like \alpha \, and \: \beta. Gamma decay often happens during \alpha \, or \: \beta decay.

 

 _{12}^{24}Mg +\gamma \rightarrow _{11}^{23}Na+_{1}^{1}P


Option 1)

the isotope of parent nucleus

Option 2)

the isobar of parent nucleus

Option 3)

the nuclide _{11}^{23}\: \textrm{Na} 

Option 4)

the isobar of  _{11}^{23}\: \textrm{Na} 

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