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the alpha decay of a radioactive nuclide (x) emits a he-4 nucleus and produces an isotope of 235/92 u, what is x?
a. 235/91 pa
b. 235/93 np
c. 236/92 u
d. 239/94 pu



the alpha decay of a radioactive nuclide (x) emits a he-4 nucleus and produces an isotope of

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