carbon-nitrogen cycle definition

  • noun:
    • A chain of thermonuclear responses by which nitrogen isotopes tend to be created in intermediate stages and carbon functions basically as a catalyst to convert four hydrogen atoms into one helium atom with the emission of two positrons. The complete sequence is thought to come up with significant amounts of power under the sun and specific other movie stars. Also known as carbon period, nitrogen period.
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