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E l e c t r o n orbits w e r e predicted originally by the Bohr theory, but t h e s e are in contra8 32 2. Matter diction with q u a n t u m m e c h a n i c s , according to which an electron in a given energy state can be at different distances from the nucleus. T h e probability of finding an electron at different distances from the nucleus for the ground state of the hydrogen a t o m is illustrated in Fig. 14. 53 x 10~ cm. T h i s value can be taken as a m e a s u r e of the size of the h y d r o g e n atom.
It can also be said that in the decay the total mass of the s y s t e m d e c r e a s e s , b e c a u s e of the m a s s - e n e r g y equivalence. T h e energy condition is a neces sary o n e , but not necessarily a sufficient o n e . S o m e o t h e r physical condi tions may p r e v e n t decay, as in the case of d y n a m i c instability. T h e s e conditions are usually of greater interest for our knowledge of the nucleus than energy conditions, since they yield m o r e information. T h e r e are three basic types of instability.
1. N u c l e a r D e c a y a s a Source of 45 Radiation A s an example of their use, we mention the reactions by which the radio active isotopes C , N a , M n , and A s are p r o d u c e d . T h e y are 1 4 C(d, 13 p) C, 1 4 2 2 Mg(d, 24 5 4 a) Na, 2 2 7 4 53 Cr(, / i ) M n , In all cases the reaction is induced by accelerator to the energy n e c e s s a r y electric forces of the nucleus. W h y do t h e s e artificially p r o d u c e d ditions for nuclear instability? 3. NUCLEAR 54 and 7 4 Ge(p, n) As.
An introduction to electrodynamics from the standpoint of the electron theory by Leigh Page