Radioactivity Alpha Decay: nuclei that are too large to be stable tend to decay by alpha decay, the emission of an alpha particle. [An alpha particle is the 4He nucleus, two protons and two neutrons] 238 92 U →234 90 Th + α Gamma Decay: the energy of internal motion (protons and neutrons in a nucleus is quantized.
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