Nitrogen 13 nuclear structure
Nuclear structure of

Nitrogen 13
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7p3nN10200 yoctos2-7 = 4p+3 - (4n)
7p4nN11p em590 ys1/2+7 = 3p+4 - (3n)
7p5nN12b+11.000 ms1+7 = 2p+5 - (2n)
7p6nN13b+9.965 min1/2-7 = 1p+6 - (1n)
7p7nN1499.634%stable1+7 = 3+1+3
7p8nN150.366%stable1/2-7 = 1+6 + (1n)
7p9nN16e em7.13 s2-7 = 2+5 + (2n)
7p10nN17e em4.173 s1/2-7 = 3+4 + (3n)
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(half life = 9.965 min). Move mouse on image for Nitrogen 13 recombinant form.

Blue toruses = 13 protons
Red toruses = 6 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of N (7) = protons (13) - nuclear electrons (6)

Nitrogen 13 transform by electron capture (into the central position) of recombinant form to Carbon 13 (stable)

The electron originates from a photon via pair production, where the generated electron captured by N13 nucleus
while other component of photon, the positron emanated.
The proton nanotube nucleus (= 13 blue proton torus) has a negatively charged outer electron nanotube (= 6 red electron torus),
hindering K electron accessibility to N13 nucleus. The neutral photon easily access nucleus, providing required electron.
The rest of positron emitted. The energy for pair production served by N13 nucleon.

Click on image for Carbon 13 nuclear structure


Yin-yang photon model of light
Nuclear symmetry,             Nuclear structure of elements
Nuclear properties


Nitrogen 12 nucleus Nitrogen 14 nucleus

N10N11N12N13N14N15N16N17

HHeLiBeBCNOFNe
NaMgSiSArCaFeNiNdPb

 

Nitrogen 13 nuclear structure. N13 have a half-life of 9.965 min and transformed by catching a light photon. A positron emitted.