A2 Physics: Nuclear

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

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