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Posted by J. J. on Friday, June 3, 2011 at 4:20pm.

In the radioactive formula,

235 U → 235 Np = X, what does X represent
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A. An alpha Particle
B. A positron
C. An electron
D. A gamma ray

Please help ASAP!!! Thank you very much!!

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