Silver 107 nucleus
Nuclear structure of

Silver 107m 

(half life = 44.3 s). Stabilized by isomeric transition into stable Silver107 isotope nucleus with 12 T member ring in outer shell.

Blue toruses = 107 protons
Red toruses = 60 nuclear electrons

Atomic number of Ag (47) = protons (107) - nuclear electrons (60)

Central rod of Ag107 isotope (stable) analogous with Boron 11 (stable) nuclear structure.
The six member ring consists by 6 Deuterium nuclei.
The eight member ring builds up by 8 Deuterium nuclei
the next 12 member ring consists of 12 Tritium nuclei and
The outer 16 member ring builds up by 16 Deuterium nuclei.

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Silver as a currency.
The Structure of Nuclei: the core of matter.
Light photon model
Nuclear properties

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