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What are the differences between Nuclear Fission and Fusion?
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What are the differences between Nuclear Fission and Fusion?
We ended with 15 grams of Xenon-131 and 3 half lives have
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We ended with 15 grams of Xenon-131 and 3 half lives have passed. a. What element was it originally? (What was its radioactive version) b. How much of this radioactive element did we originally have?
If we started with 65 grams of Gold-198 a. What daughter
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If we started with 65 grams of Gold-198 a. What daughter element will be produced? b. How much of that element will be present after 4 half lives? c. How much time has passed
"On July 16, 1945, a device that would result in rapid
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"On July 16, 1945, a device that would result in rapid release of energy from a high-speed nuclear reaction was set up near Alamogordo, New Mexico, with nervous physicists watching from a safe
How much of a 25.0g sample of C remains after 100,000 years?
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How much of a 25.0g sample of C remains after 100,000 years? The half life of 14C6 is 5730 years.
Write balanced nuclear equations for the following: a. Alpha
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Write balanced nuclear equations for the following: a. Alpha decay of Thorium-290 b. Beta decay of Radium-222
A certain shade of blue has a frequency of 7.19 x 10^14 Hz.
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A certain shade of blue has a frequency of 7.19 x 10^14 Hz. What is the energy of exactly one photon of this light? Planck's constant is h = 6.626 x 10-34 J.s.
What is the process called where 2 H isotopes combine to
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What is the process called where 2 H isotopes combine to form an alpha particle, a neutron, and energy? a. Radioactivity b. Alpha Decay c. Nuclear Fusion d. Chain Reaction e. Nuclear Fission
Properly order the following steps for a U-235 nuclear
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Properly order the following steps for a U-235 nuclear fission chain reaction 1. 9 neutrons are now able to bombard other U-235 isotopes 2. A neutron bombards a U-235 isotope 3. Two new isotopes are
The technetium-99 nuclide radioactively decays by beta
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The technetium-99 nuclide radioactively decays by beta emission. Write a balanced nuclear chemical equation that describes this process.
If 12 g of a radioactive substance are present initially and
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If 12 g of a radioactive substance are present initially and 9 yr later only 6 g remain, how much of the substance will be present after 11 yr? After 11 yr there will be g of a radioactive substance.
The yttrium-88 nuclide radioactively decays by electron
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The yttrium-88 nuclide radioactively decays by electron capture. Write a balanced nuclear chemical equation that describes this process.