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The stability of atomic nuclei seems to be related to the ratio of: protons to electrons neutrons to protons isotopes to neutrons neutrinos to gamma rays

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    neutrons to protons. Proton to electron ratio has to do with ions. Isotopes are the result of varying neutron numbers, and both neutrino and gamma rays are results of nuclear decay

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