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Deutsch: Schematische Darstellung eines Elektroneneinfangs.
English: Scheme showing the electronic rearrangement following an electron capture. X photons or Auger electrons are emitted during the electronic rearrangement.
Français : Schéma illustrant la réorganisation électronique suite à une capture électronique. Le passage d'un niveau électronique à un autre peut s'accompagne soit de l'émission d'un photon X, soit de l'émission d'un électron Auger.
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