Write the balanced nuclear equation for the reaction represented by the diagram shown here. [Section 21.2] 45 46 47 48 61 62 63 64 Number of protons
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Cayla Haupt Dr. Tong Ren Chem 115 Nuclear Chemistry Lecture August 25th, September 1st 2016 I. Nuclear Chemistry is All Around Us A. Americium is in smoke detectors. B. Fluorine is in our bodies. C. Thorium is in gas lamps. D. Plutonium in rocketships. E. Uranium glows in the dark. II. Structure of the Neutral Atom A. Mostly empty space. B. Nucleons: protons+neutrons. C. Nuclide: The specific composition of a nucleus. 1. Often designated by its mass number. D. Positive nucleus is approximately10 ❑−14❑ m.
Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science
Author: Theodore E. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay; Bruce E. Bursten; Catherine Murphy; Patrick Woodward; Matthew E. Stoltzfus
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