. Biophysical research methods. Biophysics -- Research. 602 ADOLF F. VOIGT isotopes are confined to the elements with atomic numbers of 83 and greater, they are not of wide interest as biological tracers. Negative 13 rays are electrons ejected from the nucleus. A nuclide with a greater number of neutrons than its stable isotopes tends to transform itself, by emitting negative /3 rays, into its isobar of the ele- ment of next higher atomic number, corresponding to the hypotheti- cal process: • » iHi + on"- i^» or conversion of a neutron into a proton. In general the energy of j8 rays is co

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. Biophysical research methods. Biophysics -- Research. 602 ADOLF F. VOIGT isotopes are confined to the elements with atomic numbers of 83 and greater, they are not of wide interest as biological tracers. Negative 13 rays are electrons ejected from the nucleus. A nuclide with a greater number of neutrons than its stable isotopes tends to transform itself, by emitting negative /3 rays, into its isobar of the ele- ment of next higher atomic number, corresponding to the hypotheti- cal process: • » iHi + on"- i^» or conversion of a neutron into a proton. In general the energy of j8 rays is co

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