The process of removing a nucleus is called enucleation. A glass needle can be used in the process of removing the nucleus.
Enucleation is the name for the process of removing the nucleus from a red blood cell. It is part of the normal process for making RBCs.
Removing an electron
No. Nuclear fission is a process that involves the nucleus, not electron shells.
You will recall that electrons orbit the nucleus of an atom (or in quantum mechanical terms, they surround the nucleus as a cloud). Under some circumstances, one of those orbiting electrons can fall into the nucleus, where it will react with a proton and convert it into a neutron. This is an electron capture process.
The weak force converts a neutron to a proton, an electron, and a neutrino; in the process called beta decay.
astable network means it has only one stable state.so the circuit need trigger input to change to another stage and it automatically changes to the previous stage when the process completed with the use of the capacitor.
The process of removing an electron from something is called either oxidation or ionization. Ionization is the process of converting an atom or molecule by changing the number of electrons. In certain chemical reactions, the oxidation state of an atom or molecule is changed, and this is known as oxidation. See more details in the Web Links to the left of this answer.
act or process of removing restrictions
Outside the nucleus, free neutrons are unstable and have a mean lifetime of 885.7±0.8 s (about 15 minutes), decaying by emission of a negative electron and antineutrino to become a proton: : n0 → p+ + e− + νe