NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

beta decay

1. In Current Science, “beta decay” or the “weak” interaction, is the term used in reference to three atomic events:

  • The emission of an electron by the free neutron or a radioactive nucleus. A proton is simultaneously created in the nucleus.
  • The emission of a positron by a nucleus. A neutron is simultaneously created in the nucleus. The positron is strongly attracted to a nearby electron, annihilating both when they meet.
  • The capture of an electron by a nucleus. A neutron is simultaneously created in the nucleus.

2. In Neu Theory; See spontaneous neutron transformation and little bangs hypothesis.

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