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# Naturally occurring iron contains three stable isotopes, namely, 56Fe, 57Fe, and 58Fe, with isotope 56Fe, being...

Naturally occurring iron contains three stable isotopes, namely, 56Fe, 57Fe, and 58Fe, with isotope 56Fe, being the most abundant. Isotopes 54Fe and 59Fe are radioactive; the latter does not occur naturally. Propose the mode of decay for isotopes 54Fe and 59Fe, respectively, and write a decay equation for each isotope.

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