 30.5P: (a) Show that the density of nuclear matter is essentially the same...
 30.6Q: How do we know there is such a thing as the strong nuclear force?
 30.8P: How much energy must an ? particle have to just “touch” the surface...
 30.9P: Estimate the total binding energy for , using Fig. 30–1.FIGURE 30–1...
 30.12P: Calculate the binding energy per nucleon for a nucleus.
 30.12Q: What element is formed by the radioactive decay of (a) ; (b) ; (c) ...
 30.13Q: What element is formed by the decay of (a) ; (b) (c) ? [Hint: see A...
 30.14P: Calculate the total binding energy, and the binding energy per nucl...
 30.16P: How much energy is required to remove (a) a proton, (b) a neutron, ...
 30.18P: How much energy is released when tritium, , decays by ?? emission?
 30.22P: Give the result of a calculation that shows whether or not the foll...
 30.24P: When (mass = 22.9945 u) decays to (mass = 22.9898 u), what is the m...
 30.25P: A nucleus of mass 238 u, initially at rest, emits an ? particle wit...
 30.25Q: In both internal conversion and ? decay, an electron is emitted. Ho...
 30.26P: What is the maximum KE of the emitted ? particle during the decay of ?
 30.30P: A photon with a wavelength of 1.00 × 10?13 m is ejected from an ato...
 30.31P: Determine the maximum kinetic energy of ?+ particles released when ...
 30.33P: What is the energy of the ? particle emitted in the decay ? Take in...
 30.36P: A radioactive material produces 1280 decays per minute at one time,...
 30.37P: (a) What is the decay constant of whose halflife is 4.5 × 109yr? (...
 30.38P: What is the activity of a sample of that contains 3.1 × 1020 nuclei?
 30.39P: What fraction of a sample of , whose halflife is about 9 months, w...
 30.40P: What fraction of a sample is left after exactly 6 halflives?
 30.41P: How many nuclei of remain in a rock if the activity registers 640 d...
 30.42P: In a series of decays, the nuclide becomes How many ? and ?? partic...
 30.43P: The iodine isotope is used in hospitals for diagnosis of thyroid fu...
 30.44P: has a halflife of 30.8 s. (a) If we have 8.8 ?g initially, how man...
 30.45P: Calculate the mass of a sample of pure with an initial decay rate o...
 30.46P: Calculate the activity of a pure 9.7?g sample of .
 30.47P: The activity of a sample of is 2.65 × 105 decays per second. What i...
 30.48P: A sample of contains 7.50 × 1019 nuclei. (a) What is the decay cons...
 30.49P: The activity of a sample drops by a factor of 10 m 8.6 minutes. Wha...
 30.50P: A 285g sample of pure carbon contains 1.3 parts in 1012 (atoms) of...
 30.51P: A sample of is decaying at a rate of 6.70 × 102 decays/s. What is t...
 30.52P: The rubidium isotope , a ? emitter with a halflife of 4.75 × 1010y...
 30.53P: Use Fig. 30–11 and calculate the relative decay rates for a decay o...
 30.54P: decays with a halflife of about 53 d. It is produced in the upper ...
 30.59GP: An old wooden tool is found to contain only 6.0% of that a sample o...
 30.61GP: The isotope of hydrogen, which is called tritium (because it contai...
 30.62GP: Some elementary particle theories (Section 32–11) suggest that the ...
 30.63GP: How long must you wait (in halflives) for a radioactive sample to ...
 30.64GP: If the potassium isotope gives 60 decays/s in a liter of milk, esti...
 30.65GP: (a) In ? decay of, say, a nucleus, show that the nucleus carries aw...
 30.67GP: The nuclide decays with ?? energy of 0.14 MeV accompanied by ? rays...
 30.68GP: Determine the activities of (a) and (b) .
 30.69GP: Estimate the total binding energy for copper and then estimate the ...
 30.70GP: Instead of giving atomic masses for nuclides as in Appendix B, some...
 30.71GP: (a) A 92gram sample of natural carbon contains the usual fraction ...
 30.75GP: Almost all of naturally occurring uranium is with a halflife of 4....
 30.76GP: A typical banana contains 400 mg of potassium, of which a small fra...
 30.77GP: The practical limit for carbon14 dating is about 60,000 years. If ...
 30.78GP: Decay series, such as that shown in Fig. 30–11, can be classified i...
 30.1P: (I) A pi meson has a mass of 139Me V/c2. What is this in atomic mas...
 30.1Q: What do different isotopes of a given element have in common? How a...
 30.2P: (I) What is the approximate radius of an particle
 30.5Q: Why are the atomic masses of many elements (see the Periodic Table)...
 30.6P: (II(a) What is the fraction of the hydrogen atom’s mass (H) that i...
 30.7P: (II) Approximately how many nucleons are there in a 1.0kg object? ...
 30.7Q: What are the similarities and the differences between the strong nu...
 30.8Q: What is the experimental evidence in favor of radioactivity being a...
 30.9Q: The isotope is unusual in that it can decay by and emission. What i...
 30.10P: (I) Use Fig. 30–1 to estimate the total binding energy of
 30.10Q: A nucleus decays via decay to a nucleus containing how many neutrons?
 30.11P: (II) Use Appendix B to calculate the binding energy of Jh (deuterium).
 30.11Q: Describe, in as many ways as you can, the difference between rays.
 30.13P: (II) Determine the binding energy of the last neutron in a nucleus.
 30.14Q: Fill in the missing particle or nucleus:
 30.15P: (II) Compare the average binding energy of a nucleon in 23^a to tha...
 30.15Q: Immediately after a nucleus decays to the daughter thorium nucleus ...
 30.16Q: When a nucleus undergoes either decay, what happens to the energy l...
 30.17P: (III) (a) Show that the nucleus is unstable and will decay into two...
 30.17Q: The alpha particles from a given alphaemitting nuclide are general...
 30.18Q: Do isotopes that undergo electron capture generally lie above or be...
 30.19P: (II) What is the maximum kinetic energy of an electron emitted in t...
 30.19Q: Can hydrogen or deuterium emit an a particle? Explain.
 30.20P: (II) Show that the decay is not possible because energy would not b...
 30.20Q: Why are many artificially produced radioactive isotopes rare in nat...
 30.21P: (II) is radioactive. (a) Is it a emitter? (b) Write down the decay ...
 30.21Q: isotope has a halflife of one month. After two months, will a give...
 30.22Q: Why are none of the elements with Z > 92 stable?
 30.23P: (II) A nucleus emits an particle with kinetic energy =4.20 Me V.(a)...
 30.23Q: A proton strikes particle and another particle are released.What is...
 30.24Q: Can dating be used to measure the age of stone walls and tablets of...
 30.27P: (II) The nuclide decays by emitting an electron whose maximum kinet...
 30.28P: (II) The isotope can decay by either ? or ? emission. What is the ...
 30.29P: (II) How much energy is released in electron capture by beryllium:
 30.32P: (II) How much recoil energy does a i§B nucleus get when it emits a ...
 30.34P: (III) When decays, the ? particle emitted has 4.20 MeV of kinetic e...
 30.35P: (Ill) Show that when a nucleus decays by (3+ decay, the total energ...
 30.55P: Two of the naturally occurring radioactive decay sequences start wi...
 30.56P: An ancient wooden club is found that contains 290 g of carbon and h...
 30.57P: (Ill) At t =0, a pure sample of radioactive nuclei contains NO nucl...
 30.58GP: Which radioactive isotope of lead is being produced if themeasured ...
 30.60GP: A neutron star consists of neutrons at approximatelynuclear density...
 30.66GP: Strontium90 is produced as a nuclear fission product ofuranium in ...
 30.72GP: If the mass of the proton were just a little closer to themass of t...
 30.73GP: What is the ratio of the Kinetic energies for an alpha particleand ...
 30.74GP: A 1.00g sample of natural samarium emits ? particles at arate of 1...
 30.2Q: What are the elements represented by the X in the following: (a) ; ...
 30.3P: What is the rest mass of a bare ? particle in MeV/c2?
 30.3Q: How many protons and how many neutrons do each of the isotopes in Q...
 30.4P: (a) What is the approximate radius of a nucleus? (b) Approximately ...
 30.4Q: Identify the element that has 88 nucleons and 50 neutrons.
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