Fluorine 19 nuclear structure
Nuclear structure of

Oxygen 19
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8p4nO122p em580x10-24 s0+8 = 4p+4 - (4n)
8p5nO13b+8.58 ms3/2-8 = 3p+5 - (3n)
8p6nO14b+70.606 s0+8 = 2p+6 - (2n)
8p7nO15b+122.24 s1/2-8 = 1p+1 + 6 - (1n)
8p8nO1699.762%stable0+8 = 4+4
8p9nO17  0.038%stable5/2+8 = 1+7 + (1n)
8p10nO18  0.200%stable0+8 = 2+6 + (2n)
8p11nO19e em26.88 s5/2+8 = 3+5 + (3n)
8p12nO20e em13.51 s0+8 = 4+4 + (4n)
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(half life = 26.88 s). Move mouse over image for F19 nucleus

Blue toruses = 19 protons
Red toruses = 11 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of O (8) = protons (19) - nuclear electrons (11)

Oxygen 19 decays by electron emission (from a side position) of Oxygen 19 producing Fluorine 19 nucleus (stable)

The electron can liberated only from a side position, not as depicted in pictures, which has made for the purpose of symmetry.

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Photon model of light
Nuclear symmetry
Nuclear structure

Oxygen 19 nucleus and decomposition to Fluorine 19 by electron emission


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