It'd be interesting to know what would happen if hydrogen experienced radioactive decay, amirite?

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@Blucatt I don't get it...

Then why did you vote it up?

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i just undid it. it must've been an accident,

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Radioactive decay is when an atom releases particles from its nucleus. There's a 50% chance it will be a proton, and if a proton is released the atom will change from the atom of its original element to one of the element with the atomic number one less than the original element. Since hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table, it could lose its last proton. It would be interesting to see what would happen.

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