A2 Physics: Nuclear

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Fission: neutrons absorbed by U-238 atoms:
How is fission of a nucleus of U-235 caused?
Weak interaction range
Characteristic of leptons and their antiparticles 1:
Radioactive activity A =
Experiments that cannot induce radioactive decay 3:
Fusion =
What must the repelling force between alpha particles and the gold atom be?
In Beta- decay...
Newton's Law of Gravitation:
Heavy particles are called:
Fission =
Isotopes are...
Weak interaction is responsible for...
Characteristic of leptons and their antiparticles 3:
Binding energy is...
Fission: neutrons absorbed by other materials in the reactor:
When alpha particles are fired through gold foil, how many are deflected?
When two deuterons fuse together, they form...
Which radioactive nuclide is used in smoke alarms?
Experiments that cannot induce radioactive decay 4:
Strong Nuclear Force Characteristic 2
What is the half-life of Uranium-235?
Energy is emitted as you tend towards nuclei with a nucleon number around what?
What is the half-life of the radioactive nuclide used in smoke alarms?
the decay constant lambda x the half-life t,1/2, =
Particles bigger than an electron but smaller than a proton are called:
Einstein's principle of the equivalence of mass and energy states that:
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Strong Nuclear Force Characteristic 3
Radioactive activity =
Fusion: which isotope of hydrogen is used?
Characteristic of leptons and their antiparticles 2:
One possible result of U-235 fission:
What is the half-life of radioactive carbon-14?
Number of undecided nuclei present, N =
Week interaction is about a ... of the value of the strong nuclear force
Light particles are called:
Fission: What are used to control the rate of operation of remaining neutrons?
What must be conserved in nuclear decay?
Strong Nuclear Force Characteristic 4
A source with a radioactive activity of 1 Bq...
Average amount of surplus nucleons in fission reactions:
Why is fusing deuterons difficult
Coulomb's Law:
Strong Nuclear Force Characteristic 1
Radioactive activity measured in:
What temperature do you need for appreciable numbers of deuterons to fuse?
Experiments that cannot induce radioactive decay 2:
Experiments that cannot induce radioactive decay 1:
In Beta+ decay...
Half-life is...
All Quarks:
Radioactive activity A =
Which has greater mass/energy, the atom or its constituent parts?
What is the most common heavy element used in nuclear fission?

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Created Jun 8, 2012ReportNominate
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