Beryllium 9

Beryllium 9

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Beryllium 9 is the only stable isotope.

The shape shows clearly how it resembles two intertwined Lithium's. These 2 rings of 5 protons are equated with the valence number possibilities. In this case + 2. Beryllium valence value as nuclet in the heavier element tends to be either + 1 or +2  Beryllium itself has all the room needed to make a default connection of +2. In heavier elements the valence number can vary for several reasons such as An extra neutron on an nuclet, a particular chemical combination, or literally missing connection points. The potential of more to be understood here is a real possibility.
Beryllium is in effect a geometric 'in between state' between Lithium and Carbon.

Element
Valence*2
Stability
Stable
Isotope
Abundance
100.00 %
Half Life
Protons
9
Inner Electrons
5
Outer Electrons
4
Nuclear Spin
3/2−
Mass Actual
9.0122 AMU
Mass H Norm
8.9422 AMU
Mass Calc
9.0704 AMU
BE Nucleon
6462.67 KeV
BE Actual
58.16 MeV
SAM Lines
26.00
BE SAM Lines
57.85 MeV
BE SAM Lines %
99.46%
BE SAM Nuclets
58.17 MeV
BE SAM Nuclets %
97.13
AN-ISOTOPE
4: 9
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