 42.1: Fill in the missing particles or nuclei:(a) n + ^ B a * ? + 7;0b) ...
 42.2: The isotope 32P is produced by the reaction:n + ? 32P + p. What mus...
 42.3: (II) Estimate the binding energy of the H2 molecule,assuming the tw...
 42.4: Why are neutrons such good projectiles for producingnuclear reactions?
 42.5: A proton strikes a 2oNe nucleus, and an a particle isobserved to em...
 42.6: Are fission fragments (3+ or (3~ emitters? Explain
 42.7: The energy from nuclear fission appears in the form ofthermal energ...
 42.8: 292U releases an average of 2.5 neutrons per fissioncompared to 2.9...
 42.9: If 292U released only 1.5 neutrons per fission on the average,would...
 42.10: Why cant uranium be enriched by chemical means?
 42.11: How can a neutron, with practically no kinetic energy, excitea nucl...
 42.12: Why would a porous block of uranium be more likely toexplode if kep...
 42.13: A reactor that uses highly enriched uranium can use ordinarywater (...
 42.14: Why must the fission process release neutrons if it is to be useful?
 42.15: Why are neutrons released in a fission reaction?
 42.16: What is the reason for the secondary system in a nuclearreactor, Fi...
 42.17: What is the basic difference between fission and fusion?
 42.18: Discuss the relative merits and disadvantages, includingpollution a...
 42.19: A higher temperature is required for deuteriumdeuteriumignition th...
 42.20: Light energy emitted by the Sun and stars comes from thefusion proc...
 42.21: How do stars, and our Sun, maintain confinement of theplasma for fu...
 42.22: Why is the recommended maximum radiation dose higherfor women beyon...
 42.23: People who work around metals that emit alpha particlesare trained ...
 42.24: What is the difference between absorbed dose and effectivedose? Wha...
 42.25: Radiation is sometimes used to sterilize medical suppliesand even f...
 42.26: How might radioactive tracers be used to find a leak in a pipe?
 42.27: (II) Suppose that the average electric power consumption,day and ni...
 42.28: (II) Consider the fission reactionU + n ^ S b + ^Nb + ?n.(a) How ma...
 42.29: (II) How much mass of 2gU is required to produce the sameamount of...
 42.30: (II) What initial mass of 2 2U is required to operate a950MW reac...
 42.31: (II) If a 1.0MeV neutron emitted in a fission reaction losesoneha...
 42.32: (II) Assuming a fission of 2^U into two roughly equalfragments, est...
 42.33: (II) Estimate the ratio of the height of the Coulomb barrierfor a d...
 42.34: (II) Suppose that the neutron multiplication factor is 1.0004.If th...
 42.35: (I) What is the average kinetic energy of protons at thecenter of a...
 42.36: (II) Show that the energy released in the fusion reaction?H + ?H H...
 42.37: (II) Show that the energy released when two deuterium nucleifuse to...
 42.38: (II) Verify the <2value stated for each of the reactions ofEqs. 42...
 42.39: (II) (a) Calculate the energy release per gram of fuel for thereact...
 42.40: (II) How much energy is released when 2g2U absorbs a slowneutron (k...
 42.41: (II) If a typical house requires 850 W of electric power onaverage,...
 42.42: (II) If ^Li is struck by a slow neutron, it can form 2He andanother...
 42.43: (II) Suppose a fusion reactor ran on dd reactions,Eqs. 429a and b...
 42.44: (II) Show that the energies carried off by the 2He nucleusand the n...
 42.45: (II) How much energy (J) is contained in 1.00 kg of water ifits nat...
 42.46: (Ill) (a) Give the ratio of the energy needed for the first reactio...
 42.47: (Ill) The energy output of massive stars is believed to bedue to th...
 42.48: (I) 250 rads of aparticle radiation is equivalent to howmany rads ...
 42.49: (I) A dose of 4.0 Sv of 7 rays in a short period would be lethalto ...
 42.50: (I) How much energy is deposited in the body of a 65kgadult expose...
 42.51: (I) How many rads of slow neutrons will do as much biologicaldamage...
 42.52: (II) A cancer patient is undergoing radiation therapy inwhich proto...
 42.53: (II) A 0.035fjbCi sample of P is injected into an animal fortracer...
 42.54: (II) About 35 eV is required to produce one ion pair in air.Show th...
 42.55: (II) A 1.6mCi source of i2P (in NaHP04), a j8 emitter, isimplanted...
 42.56: (II) What is the mass of a 2.00juCi 1gC source?
 42.57: (II) Huge amounts of radioactive ^ I were released in theaccident a...
 42.58: (II) Assume a liter of milk typically has an activity of2000 pCi du...
 42.59: (II) 27C0 emits 122keV 7 rays. If a 58kg person swallowed1.55 j^C...
 42.60: (II) Ionizing radiation can be used on meat products to reducethe l...
 42.61: (II) Radon gas, ^R n , is considered a serious health hazard(see di...
 42.62: (II) {a) Suppose for a conventional Xray image that theXray beam ...
 42.63: (I) Calculate the wavelength of photons needed to produceNMR transi...
 42.64: (II) Carbon13 has a magnetic moment x = 0.7023 xN.What magnetic ...
 42.65: J. Chadwick discovered the neutron by bombarding 9Bewith the popula...
 42.66: Fusion temperatures are often given in keV. Determine theconversion...
 42.67: One means of enriching uranium is by diffusion of the gasUF6. Calcu...
 42.68: (a) What mass of 2^U was actually fissioned in the firstatomic bomb...
 42.69: The average yearly background radiation in a certain townconsists o...
 42.70: Deuterium makes up 0.0115% of natural hydrogen on average.Make a ro...
 42.71: A shielded 7ray source yields a dose rate of 0.052 rad/h ata dista...
 42.72: Radon gas, ^R n , is formed by a decay, (a) Write the decayequation...
 42.73: Consider a system of nuclear power plants that produce2400 MW. (a) ...
 42.74: In the net reaction, Eq. 428, for the protonproton cycle inthe Su...
 42.75: Energy reaches Earth from the Sun at a rate of about1300 W/m2. Calc...
 42.76: Estimate how many solar neutrinos pass through a180m2 ceiling of a...
 42.77: Estimate how much total energy would be released viafission if 2.0 ...
 42.78: Some stars, in a later stage of evolution, may begin to fuse twol\C...
 42.79: An average adult body contains about 0.10/xCi of jgK,which comes fr...
 42.80: When the nuclear reactor accident occurred at Chernobyl in1986, 2.0...
 42.81: A star with a large helium abundance can burn helium inthe reaction...
 42.82: A 1.2^Ci 15?Cs source is used for 1.6 hours by a 65kgworker. Radi...
 42.83: A large amount of ^Sr was released during the Chernobylnuclear reac...
 42.84: Three radioactive sources have the same activity, 35mCi.Source A em...
 42.85: A 60kg patient is to be given a medical test involving theingestio...
 42.86: Centuries ago, paint generally contained a different amountof cobal...
 42.87: Show, using the laws of conservation of energy andmomentum, that fo...
 42.88: The early scattering experiments performed around 1910 inErnest Rut...
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