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Nuclear transmutation is the conversion of one chemical element or an isotope into another. ... An example is the natural decay of potassium-40 to argon-40, which forms most of the argon in the air. Also on Earth, natural transmutations from ...

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Oct 14, 2015 ... This is the definition of transmutation in science, with examples of how to transmute one element into another.

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We know that physical changes are associated with the change in the physical state of matter whereas chemical changes are associated with the change in the  ...

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If we see the Modern Periodic Table in we could see which elements are arranged in increasing order of their atomic number. Observe the elements which are ...

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transmutation: conversion of one chemical element into another. A transmutation entails a change in the structure of atomic nuclei and hence may be induced by ...

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Examples of transmutation. The figure shows two examples of nuclear transmutations sparked off by neutrons in nuclear reactors. Above, a neutron capture ...

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Aug 28, 2014 ... Nuclear transmutation occurs when atoms of one element are converted into atoms of a different element. Back in the very old days, alchemists ...

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There is another way in which an element may be transmuted; for example, the production of radioactive 14C used in radio-carbon dating in the atmosphere by ...

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Time-saving video on transmutation. Transmutation is the conversion of an atom of one element to an atom of another through nuclear reactions. Transmutation ...