If a stable He 3 particle [PNP] hits a stable Be 9 isotope, would not three stable alpha (He-4) be the most commonly predicted byproducts of this fusion reaction, resulting with two alpha with high energy, the third with lower energy ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If not, what more common byproducts are predicted from this fusion reaction. Thanks to anyone for explanation.

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# 4 Be 9 plus 2 He 3 Fusion

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