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Use the information in Figure 13.8 to write at leastthree common sets of fi ssion

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Problem 29

Use the information in Figure 13.8 to write at leastthree common sets of fi ssion fragments for the fi ssionproducts of 236U (that is, the unstable nuclide presentafter 235U has absorbed a neutron and has undergonefi ssion).

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Chapter 4 – Dynamics: Newton's Laws of Motion  Classical Mechanics o The dynamics of the motion of objects encountered in our daily lives  Newton's First Law o Objects at res will tay at res and objects in motion will tay in motion  Unless there is aet force (resultant force) acting on the object  A net force is the vector sum of all external forces acting on an object  An object is at uilibrium if the sum of all external forces ∑ F=0 v=0  If an object is at ilibrium , OR v=constant  Stationary ( v=0¿  Object stays at rest unless you apply a net force to it v=constant¿  Moving (  Object will keep going at the same speed (magnitude & direction) if there are no forces acting on it  PAPER NOTES 1  Mechanical Forces o Force of Gravity (Weight)  Always directed down toward Earth  Measured in Newtons orlbs which are both units of force  Depends on mass (kg) and ravity  W=m∙g  On the moon, your mass stays the same but you will weigh less

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Textbook: Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers
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Author: Stephen T. Thornton, Andrew Rex
ISBN: 9781133103721

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