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I understand that  in large elements which contain many protons, there exist too many neutrons to extend the strength of strong nuclear force and to overcome the electromagnetic repulsion force of protons. Such elements are stable in this way. But, I read that element with too many neutrons are also unstable. WHY ?  What I know is that too many neutrons can’t enlarge the electromagnetic repulsion force and can increase the strong nuclear force, so they even make the nucleus more stable . What’s wrong with me ? Please!

 

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