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Acceleration Change in velocity per unit time. The Section also coordinates a pan-European Innovative Training Network in Critical Transitions in Complex Systems, involving eight universities and funded by the European Research Council. Thus. divided by its total number of. cleons. EXAMPLE 3 1. which produce substantial amounts of energy.7 Radioactive Decay The size of an atomic nucleus is limited by the fact that neutrons are unstable. and is positively charged. the lone neutron decays into a proton and an electron.037131 u. that is. 23. the upper 92 number. plutonium.prenhall.11. (b) A neutron with a proton is stable.

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