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Unstable nuclei will release particles to become more stable in a process called radioactive decay.
Radioactive decay will change the atomic number and can change one element in another element through the process of transmutation.
There are two types of radiation that can occur during nuclear decay:
Alpha decay - occurs when alpha particles are emitted.
Beta-decay - occurs when beta particles are emitted.
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