# Physics help the decay of 235U?

235U +1 n = 98Mo + unknown isotope + 2 n + 4e- + 4 1stgen anitleptons

Sorry couldnt write symbol for 1st generation antilepton.

but my question is, in the above radioactive decay what would be the unknown isotope.

i calculated it to be 132 Xe is this correct ?

Sorry couldnt write symbol for 1st generation antilepton.

but my question is, in the above radioactive decay what would be the unknown isotope.

i calculated it to be 132 Xe is this correct ?

Update:
the way i calculated my answer was this
144 n and 92p on the left.
on the right there are 56n in Mo 2n free and 4n converted to 4p via beta- minus decay, this leaves 82n
on the rigth there are 42p in Mo.
which leaves 50p, but 4 extra p converted from n in beta-minus decay.
which give us 54p.
so 136Xe
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the way i calculated my answer was this

144 n and 92p on the left.

on the right there are 56n in Mo 2n free and 4n converted to 4p via beta- minus decay, this leaves 82n

on the rigth there are 42p in Mo.

which leaves 50p, but 4 extra p converted from n in beta-minus decay.

which give us 54p.

so 136Xe

144 n and 92p on the left.

on the right there are 56n in Mo 2n free and 4n converted to 4p via beta- minus decay, this leaves 82n

on the rigth there are 42p in Mo.

which leaves 50p, but 4 extra p converted from n in beta-minus decay.

which give us 54p.

so 136Xe

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