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01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Joule, Fiat Cr.42, Electron CaptureExam


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B&O CHAPTER 21
NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY
Problems to prepare students for Chem 162 final exam.
RADIOACTIVE DECAY PARTICLES AND RAYS
RADIOACTIVE DECAY KINETICS
NUCLEAR BINDING ENERGY
MISCELLANEOUS
E. Tavss, PhD

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CHAPTER 20 - THE NUCLEUS
RADIOACTIVE DECAY PARTICLES AND RAYS
48 Chem 162-2011 Final exam
Chapter 19 – The Nucleus
Radioactive decay particles and rays
Which type of radioactive decay results in no change in mass number or atomic number?
A. Alpha emission
B. Gamma emission
C. Beta emission
D. Positron emission
E. Electron capture
8 Chem 162-2011 Final exam
Chapter 19 – The Nucleus
Radioactive decay particles and rays
Carbon has two stable isotopes, carbon-12 and carbon-13. Carbon-11 is unstable and is most
likely to undergo:
A. alpha decay
B. beta decay
C. either positron emission or electron capture
D. fission
E. fusion
Chem 162-2010 Final Exam + Answers
Chapter 19 - The Nucleus
Radioactive decay particles and rays
6. The stable isotopes of lead are Pb-204, Pb-206, and Pb-208. The unstable isotope Pb-214 is most
likely to undergo
A. electron capture
B. neutron emission
C. α particle emission

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D. β particle emission
E. positron emission
CHEM 162-2010 FINAL EXAM
CHAPTER 19 - THE NUCLEUS
RADIOACTIVE DECAY PARTICLES AND RAYS
20. What is the product of the following nuclear reaction?
23692U 4 10n + 13653I + ?
A. 9638Sr
B. 9039Y
C. 9640Zr
D. 9841Nb
E. 9639Y
CHEM 162-2009 FINAL EXAM
CHAPTER 19 - THE NUCLEUS
RADIOACTIVE DECAY PARTICLES AND RAYS
22. Which one of the following nuclear reactions is not correct?
A. 22688Ra 22286Ra + α
Note: This reaction is not correct. The correct reaction is: 22688Ra 22286Rn + 42α
B. 6328Ni 6329Cu + β-
C. 116C 116B + β+
D. 146C 147N + β-
E. 147N + 10n 146C + 11p
CHEM 162-2009 FINAL EXAM
CHAPTER 19 - THE NUCLEUS
RADIOACTIVE DECAY PARTICLES AND RAYS
24. The isotope 5929Cuc is unstable. This is predictable because
(Note: “Cuc” is probably a typo of “Cu”.)
A. the number of neutrons is too large in relation to the number of protons.
B. the atomic number is too large.
C. the mass number is too large.
D. Sc isotopes are all unstable.
E. the number of neutrons is too small in relation to the number of protons.
CHEM 162-2009 FINAL EXAM
CHAPTER 19 - THE NUCLEUS
RADIOACTIVE DECAY PARTICLES AND RAYS
43. When the Pd-106 nucleus is struck with an alpha particle, a proton is produced along with a new
element. What is this new element?
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