If Ac-208 loses a neutron, what is left?
loses a neutron affects only the nuclear mass not the protons so the atom remains the same element. ( possibility more radioactive)
Another isotope of actinium...
We start with
I am no nuclear chemist...and my understanding may be naive. However, AFAIK, there are no stable actinium isotopes, and the species can undergo transmutation to francium, thorium, and radium. In the given process, there was no change in