The nearest neutron star to us is called an unremarkable PSR J0108-1431. It is located about 424 light years from us in the constellation Cetus.
The neutron may be absorbed by a nucleus, for example the nucleus of a U-235 atom, transform it into another kind of nucleus, and thus provoke instability. The new nucleus in this case is of a kind that quickly disintegrates.
Nuclear forces are the exact forces in carbon-14 that transforms a neutron into a proton. The actual process includes alpha decay, beta decay, relative dating, and absolute dating.
A neutron star is so dense, that apart from a direct collision from another neutron star, the chances are slim to impossible.
Actually, the nucleus is incredibly small and the neutrons are contained there.
Puppis A is a neutron star. I remember another neutron star named "Gaminga," but I could not find any links to it. Refer to the links below.
Another isotope of the element helium will be formed when neutron is added to the helium nucleus.
1932,when James Chadwick suggested that there is another un-charged particle comes with proton,and its called Neutron Neutron is a particle that has no charge found in the nucleus
Neutrons have no electric charge so there isn't an electric force. Only with electrons and protons.
Basically another name for a neutron star.
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A neutron is still of neutral charge (no charge). Antimatter can be thought of as protons having a negative charge and electrons having a positive charge. If matter and anti-matter collide they annihilate one another, but neutrons remain.
In beta minus decay, a neutron is converted into a proton. A link can be found below to a related question with a descriptive answer, and there is another link there as well.
The proton has a positive charge, the neutron is ... neutral.
not sure but i guess you could call it an imploded neutron star
In a nuclear reactor, the U-235 atoms are stored in fuel rods. Then, neutrons are fired at the nuclei, causing it to split and release energy and another neutron. That neutron hits another nucleus, splits it, and energy is released, along with another neutron...You get the picture. And all of this creates a lot of heat. This heat is used to boil water, creating an immense amount of steam. The steam turns a turbine, which runs the generator, thus, creating electricity.
The neutron is called the neutron because it it electrically neutral, hence the neu- prefix
This is valid only for the attraction between a proton and an electron.
Plutonium is made by the activation of uranium by neutrons. A shaped amount of refined uranium is lowered into an operating nuclear reactor, and the sample is bathed in the neutron flux of the operating reactor. Uranium atoms capture a neutron (via neutron absorption) and transform into plutonium.There are several ways to create plutonium. One is neutron absorption of uranium, followed by two stages of beta decay ...92238U + 01N --> 92239U --> Beta- --> 93239Np --> Beta- --> 94239Pu... leaving out the electrons and the electron antineutrinos.Another way is deuteron bombardment ...92238U + 12D --> 93238Np --> Beta- --> 94238Pu... again, leaving out the electrons and the electron antineutrinos.
There is no such thing as a "positive neutron" or a "negative neutron". A neutron is always neutral.
A sentence for neutron is:A neutron can be described as an uncharged elementary particle