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A radioisotope has a neutron/proton ratio which is too low. Which of the following processes will not occur for such a nucleus?

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  1. No choices?

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  2. A-alpha emission
    B-Positron emission
    C-electron capture
    D-beta emission

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  3. To increase the N/P ratio, the nucleus can do A, B, or C. A is the most common.

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