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The equation : \[\] $\;4 _{1}^{1}H \to _{2}^{4}He^{2+}+2e^{-}+32 MeV\;$ represents

$(a)\;fusion\qquad(b)\;\beta-decay\qquad(c)\;fission\qquad(d)\;\gamma-decay$

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Answer : (a) fussion
Explanation :
Bond $\;\gamma-\;$ decay take place from a radioacitve nucleus . Hence (a) & (b) are wrong . During fusion process two or more lighter nucei combine to form heavy nucleus
answered Feb 28, 2014 by yamini.v
 

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