Consider the induced nuclear reaction 1H2 + 7N14 ---->6C12 + 2He4. The atomic masses are 1H2 (2.014102 u), 7N14 (14.003074 u), 6C12 (12.000000 u), 2He4 (4.0026030 u). Determine the energy (in MeV) released when the 6C12 and 2He4 nuclei are formed in this manner.
Suppose a nucleus of 93X236 fissions into two fragments whose mass ratio is 0.37:0.63. With the aid of the drawing, estimate the energy (in MeV) released during this fission. Ive treied to do this problem but i keep getting the wrong answer. I keep getting 164.253 MeV
Please simplify (-3)2(-3)2 + 22 * (5)(-1)
For an electron in a hydrogen atom, the z component of the angular momentum has a maximum value of Lz = 4.22 x 10-34 J·s. Find the smallest possible value (algebraically) for the total energy (in electron volts) that this atom could have
Determine the activity of 1.11 g of 88Ra226 (a) in disintegrations per second (Bq) (b) and in Curies (Ci). The half-life is 1600 yr (1 yr = 3.156 x 10^7 s). 1 Ci is equal to 3.7 x 10^10 Bq. I keep getting the wrong answer and use the equation H=kNo
When any radioactive dating method is used, experimental error in the measurement of the sample's activity leads to error in the estimated age. In an application of the radiocarbon dating technique to certain fossils, an activity of 0.15 Bq per gram of carbon is measured t...
Determine the activity of 1.11 g of 88Ra226 (a) in disintegrations per second (Bq) (b) and in Curies (Ci). The half-life is 1600 yr (1 yr = 3.156 x 10^7 s). 1 Ci is equal to 3.7 x 10^10 Bq.
How many half-lives are required for the number of radioactive nuclei to decrease to 1/10^4 of the initial number?
When uranium 92U235 decays, it emits a ray. If the emitted ray has a wavelength of 1.30 x 10-11 m, determine the energy (in MeV) of the ray
Thanks It deffinatly helped some. I also realised I was downsizing the number to much.
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