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Proton-proton chain reaction diagram

"The proton–proton chain reaction is one of several fusion reactions by which stars convert hydrogen to helium, the primary alternative being the CNO cycle. The proton–proton chain dominates in stars the size of the Sun or smaller.
In general, proton–proton fusion can occur only if the temperature (i.e. kinetic energy) of the protons is high enough to overcome their mutual electrostatic or Coulomb repulsion.
In the Sun, deuterium-producing events are so rare (diprotons, the much more common result of nuclear reactions within the star, immediately decay back into two protons) that a complete conversion of the star's hydrogen would take more than 1010 (ten billion) years at the prevailing conditions of its core. The fact that the Sun is still shining is due to the slow nature of this reaction; if it went more quickly, the Sun would have exhausted its hydrogen long ago." [Proton–proton chain reaction. Wikipedia]
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Proton-proton chain reaction diagram
Proton-proton chain reaction diagram, positron, gamma particle, electron neutrino,

physics symbols, physics diagrams Physics

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physics symbols, physics diagrams
The vector shapes library "Nuclear physics" contains 39 symbol icons of elementary particles for drawing diagrams of nuclear reactions and experiments in nuclear physics.
"Nuclear physics is the field of physics that studies the constituents and interactions of atomic nuclei. The most commonly known applications of nuclear physics are nuclear power generation and nuclear weapons technology, but the research has provided application in many fields, including those in nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging, ion implantation in materials engineering, and radiocarbon dating in geology and archaeology.
The field of particle physics evolved out of nuclear physics and is typically taught in close association with nuclear physics." [Nuclear physics. Wikipedia]
The example "Design elements - Nuclear physics" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Physics solution from the Science and Education area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Elementary particles
Elementary particles, proton, nucleon, positron, particle, nucleus model, neutron, nucleon, muon neutrino, muon antineutrino, gamma particle, electron neutrino, electron antineutrino, electron, antiproton, nucleon, antineutron, nucleon, anti-Xi-null-hyperon, anti-Xi-minus-hyperon, anti-Omega-minus-hyperon, Xi-null-hyperon, Xi-minus-hyperon, Thompson, atom model, Sigma-plus-hyperon, Sigma-null-hyperon, Rutherford, Bohr, atom model, Pi-plus meson, pion, Pi-null meson, pion, Pi-minus meson, pion, Omega-minus-hyperon, Mu-plus meson, muon, Mu-minus meson, muon, Lambda-hyperon, K-plus meson, kaon, K-null meson, kaon, K-minus meson, kaon, Eta-meson, Anti-Sigma-null-hyperon, Anti-Sigma-minus-hyperon, Anti-Lambda hyperon, Anti-K-null meson, antikaon,

Physics Symbols

ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Physics solution from the Science and Education area is a powerful software for creating various physics diagrams. Physics solution provides all tools that you can need for physics diagrams designing. It includes 3 libraries with predesigned vector physics symbols: Optics Library, Mechanics Library and Nuclear Physics Library. Read more
The vector shapes library "Nuclear physics" contains 39 symbol icons of elementary particles.
Use these shapes for drawing nuclear physics diagrams of nuclear reactions and experiments in the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Physics solution from the Science and Education area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Rutherford Atom Model
Rutherford Atom Model, Rutherford, Bohr, atom model,
Thompson Atom Model
Thompson Atom Model, Thompson, atom model,
Nucleus model
Nucleus model, nucleus model,
Particle, particle,
Gamma particle
Gamma particle, gamma particle,
Electron neutrino
Electron neutrino, electron neutrino,
Electron antineutrino
Electron antineutrino, electron antineutrino,
Muon neutrino
Muon neutrino, muon neutrino,
Muon antineutrino
Muon antineutrino, muon antineutrino,
Electron, electron,
Positron, positron,
Mu-minus meson (muon)
Mu-minus meson (muon), Mu-minus meson, muon,
Mu-plus meson (muon)
Mu-plus meson (muon), Mu-plus meson, muon,
Pi-plus meson (pion)
Pi-plus meson (pion), Pi-plus meson, pion,
Pi-minus meson (pion)
Pi-minus meson (pion), Pi-minus meson, pion,
K-plus meson (kaon)
K-plus meson (kaon), K-plus meson, kaon,
Pi-null meson (pion)
Pi-null meson (pion), Pi-null meson, pion,
K-minus meson (kaon)
K-minus meson (kaon), K-minus meson, kaon,
K-null meson (kaon)
K-null meson (kaon), K-null meson, kaon,
Anti-K-null meson (antikaon)
Anti-K-null meson (antikaon), Anti-K-null meson, antikaon,
Eta-meson, Eta-meson,
Proton (nucleon)
Proton (nucleon), proton, nucleon,
Antiproton (nucleon)
Antiproton (nucleon), antiproton, nucleon,
Neutron (nucleon)
Neutron (nucleon), neutron, nucleon,
Antineutron (nucleon)
Antineutron (nucleon), antineutron, nucleon,
Lambda-hyperon, Lambda-hyperon,
Anti-Lambda hyperon
Anti-Lambda hyperon, Anti-Lambda hyperon,
Sigma-plus-hyperon, Sigma-plus-hyperon,
Anti-Sigma-minus-hyperon, Anti-Sigma-minus-hyperon,
Anti-Sigma-plus-hyperon, Sigma-plus-hyperon,
Sigma-minus-hyperon, Anti-Sigma-minus-hyperon,
Sigma-null-hyperon, Sigma-null-hyperon,
Anti-Sigma-null hyperon
Anti-Sigma-null hyperon, Anti-Sigma-null-hyperon,
Xi-minus-hyperon, Xi-minus-hyperon,
Anti-Xi-minus hyperon
Anti-Xi-minus hyperon, anti-Xi-minus-hyperon,
Xi-null-hyperon, Xi-null-hyperon,
Anti-Xi-null-hyperon, anti-Xi-null-hyperon,
Omega-minus-hyperon, Omega-minus-hyperon,
Anti-Omega-minus-hyperon, anti-Omega-minus-hyperon,
The vector stencils library "Periodic table of chemical elements" contains 119 icon symbols of chemical elements for drawing Mendeleev's periodic table, chemical diagrams, infographics and illustrations.
"A chemical element is a pure chemical substance consisting of a single type of atom distinguished by its atomic number, which is the number of protons in its atomic nucleus. Elements are divided into metals, metalloids, and non-metals. Familiar examples of elements are carbon, nitrogen, oxygen (non-metals), silicon, arsenic (metalloids), aluminium, iron, copper, gold, mercury, and lead (metals).
The lightest chemical elements, including hydrogen, helium and smaller amounts of lithium, beryllium and boron, are thought to have been produced by various cosmic processes during the Big Bang and cosmic-ray spallation. Production of heavier elements, from carbon to the very heaviest elements, proceeded by stellar nucleosynthesis, and these were made available for later solar system and planetary formation by planetary nebulae and supernovae, which blast these elements into space. The high abundance of oxygen, silicon, and iron on Earth reflects their common production in such stars. While most elements are generally stable, a small amount of natural transformation of one element to another also occurs in the decay of radioactive elements as well as other natural nuclear processes." [Chemical element. Wikipedia]
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Mendeleev periodic table icons
Mendeleev periodic table icons, zirconium, Zr, zinc, Zn, yttrium, Y, ytterbium, Yb, xenon, Xe, vanadium, V, uranium, U, ununtrium, Uut, ununseptium, Uus, ununpentium, Uup, ununoctium, Uuo, tungsten, W, titanium, Ti, tin, Sn, thulium, Tm, thorium, Th, thallium, Tl, terbium, Tb, tellurium, Te, technetium, Tc, tantalum, Ta, sulfur, S, strontium, Sr, sodium, Na, silver, Ag, silicon, Si, selenium, Se, seaborgium, Sg, scandium, Sc, samarium, Sm, rutherfordium, Rf, ruthenium, Ru, rubidium, Rb, roentgenium, Rg, rhodium, Rh, rhenium, Re, radon, Rn, radium, Ra, protactinium, Pa, promethium, Pm, praseodymium, Pr, potassium, K, polonium, Po, plutonium, Pu, platinum, Pt, phosphorus, P, palladium, Pd, oxygen, O, osmium, Os, nobelium, No, nitrogen, N, niobium, Nb, nickel, Ni, neptunium, Np, neon, Ne, neodymium, Nd, molybdenum, Mo, mercury, Hg, mendelenium, Md, meitnerium, Mt, manganese, Mn, magnesium, Mg, lutetium, Lu, livermorium, Lv, lithium, Li, lead, Pb, lawrencium, Lr, lanthanum, La, krypton, Kr, iron, Fe, iridium, Ir, iodine, I, indium, In, hydrogen, H, holmium, Ho, helium, He, hassium, Hs, hafnium, Hf, gold, Au, germanium, Ge, gallium, Ga, gadolinium, Gd, francium, Fr, fluorine, F, flerovium, Fl, fermium, Fm, europium, Eu, erbium, Er, einsteinium, Es, dysprosium, Dy, dubnium, Db, darmstadtium, Ds, curium, Cm, copper, Cu, copernicium, Cn, cobalt, Co, chromium, Cr, chlorine, Cl, cerium, Ce, carbon, C, californium, Cf, calcium, Ca, caesium, Cs, cadmium, Cd, bromine, Br, boron, B, bohrium, Bh, bismuth, Bi, berylium, Be, berkelium, Bk, barium, Ba, astatine, At, arsenic, As, argon, Ar, antimony, Sb, americium, Am, aluminium, Al, actinium, Ac,