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Beta decay with neutrino. Animation showing an unstable atomic nucleus releasing energy by emitting beta radiation through a mechanism known as beta decay. The unstable nucleus (left) emits an electron (beta particle, blue) and an electron antineutrino (green star). This is beta minus decay, with a neutron (yellow) converted into a proton (red). This decay process is common in nuclear reactions.
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