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A nuclear reaction, such as the transmutation of uranium-238 to a stable isotope lead-206, involves exothermic and endothermic processes. In this reaction, is there any physical and chemical changes involved?

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    How do you change U-238 to Pb-206 without a chemical change occurring. And some physical changes, too.

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