Helium 3

Helium 3

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Helium 3 is an incomplete tetrahedron (Helium 4). It consists of 3 protons in a triangular shape with 1 inner electron. The other 2 electrons are in the outer orbital (complete S-orbital).

He3 is stable and is formed as a result of Tritium decay. Natural abundance is considered very low.

Element
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Stability
Stable
Isotope
-1
Abundance
0.00 %
Half Life
Stable
Decay
Protons
3
Inner Electrons
1
Outer Electrons
2
Nuclear Spin
1/2
Mass Actual
3.0160 AMU
Mass H Norm
2.9926 AMU
Mass Calc
3.0235 AMU
BE Nucleon
2572.68 KeV
BE Actual
7.72 MeV
SAM Lines
3.00
BE SAM Lines
6.68 MeV
BE Difference
86.49%
AN-ISOTOPE
2: 3
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