Can an electron be obtained from the nucleus, Physics

Can an electron be obtained (or come out) from the nucleus?

Yes, electron having energy higher than the ordinary atomic electron might be come out of the nucleus because of beta decay process. A negative beta is identical to an electron in all respect except with dissimilarity in kinetic energy.

 

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