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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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Circular Motion Circular motion ● An object moving in a circle must have a force acting on it otherwise itwould just move in a straight line. ● The force points to the center. ● Centripetal force and centripetal acceleration always point to the center mv2 ○ Fc = m a c= r Δv v(final− v(initial) ○ a = Δt = Δt ● Acceleration i produced if ○ Speed changes but movement remains ina constant direction ○ Velocity direction changes but speed is constant ● Variables ○ Something on string = F

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Author: Stephen T. Thornton, Andrew Rex
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Use the information in Figure 13.8 to write at leastthree common sets of fi ssion