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I was hoping that you could explain to me why it is that tritium an isotope of hydrogen does not absorb or attract neutrons and is not stable while strong nuclear forces suggest that it should be attracting since all nucleons have natural attraction. It seems to me since the coulomb repulsion only occurs when there are two like charges and neutrons are neutrally charged then either hydrogen should have an infinite attraction for neutrons or there has to be another factor that i have been unsuccessful in finding. I would most appreciate if you could help me find the answer to this question Damoon
Re: Why is it that tritium does not absorb or attract neutrons?
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