Which of the following nuclear processes converts light elements into heavier ones? A. alpha emission B. beta emission C. fission D. fusion

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Which of the following nuclear processes converts light elements into heavier ones? A. alpha emission B. beta emission C. fission D. fusion

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I think the nuclear fusion, since the nuclear fusion means the fusion of 4 nucleus together, of Hydrogen to get 1 nucleus of Helium
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so it is not nuclear fusion? or it is?
alpha emission can not be the right answer since an alpha particle leaves a nucleus, so the final nucleus is lighter than the initial one
ok! so alpha emission is out! :)
what about the others?
for beta emission, the nuclear process involved is: \[n \to p + {e^ - } + {\bar \nu _e}\] now the proton is lighter than the neutron, so also beta emission can not be the right answer
nuclear fission can not be the right answer, since from one atom of Uranium we get two halves of that atom plus other neutrons
so it is D
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