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Question: The splitting of a large nucleus into two smaller nuclei. Check Your Answer xxx for 1
Answer: Nuclear Fission Back to the Game Board xxx for 1
Question: Two smaller nuclei come together to form one large nucleus. xxx for 2 Check Your Answer
Answer: Nuclear Fusion Back to the Game Board xxx for 2
Question: The kind of reaction that nuclear power plant use to generate electricity. xxx for 3 Check Your Answer
Answer: Nuclear Fission Back to the Game Board xxx for 3
Question: The kind of nuclear reaction that occurs on the sun. xxx for 4 Check Your Answer
Answer: Nuclear Fusion Back to the Game Board xxx for 4
Question: The atomic bombs dropped on Japan in WW2 were both using which nuclear reaction. xxx for 5 Check Your Answer
Answer: Nuclear Fission Back to the Game Board xxx for 5
Question: He discovered radioactivity. xxx for 1 Check Your Answer
Answer: Henri Becquerel Back to the Game Board xxx for 1
Question: An electron emitted from the nucleus of a radioactive substance. xxx for 2 Check Your Answer
Answer: A beta particle Back to the Game Board xxx for 2
Question: He discovered the nucleus. xxx for 3 Check Your Answer
Answer: Ernest Rutherford Back to the Game Board xxx for 3
Question: She won two Nobel Prizes for her work on radioactive elements. xxx for 4 Check Your Answer
Answer: Marie Curie Back to the Game Board xxx for 4
Question: What was the date the first atomic bomb was used? xxx for 5 Check Your Answer
Answer: August 6, 1945 Back to the Game Board xxx for 5
Question: The most powerful form of radioactivity. xxx for 1 Check Your Answer
Answer: Gamma Rays Back to the Game Board xxx for 1
Question: The maximum distance an alpha particle can travel. xxx for 2 Check Your Answer
Answer: 12 inches Back to the Game Board xxx for 2
Question: How much more powerful is a beta particle than an alpha particle? xxx for 3 Check Your Answer
Answer: 100x Back to the Game Board xxx for 3
Question: The greatest source of gamma rays. xxx for 4 Check Your Answer
Answer: The sun Back to the Game Board xxx for 4
Question: A helium nucleus. xxx for 5 Check Your Answer
Answer: Alpha particle Back to the Game Board xxx for 5
Question: Ra-226 Rn ______ xxx for 1 Check Your Answer
Answer: Alpha particle Back to the Game Board xxx for 1
Question: U-234 Np ______ xxx for 2 Check Your Answer
Answer: Beta particle Back to the Game Board xxx for 2
Question: Hydrogen-1, deuterium, tritium are? xxx for 3 Check Your Answer
Answer: Isotopes Back to the Game Board xxx for 3
Question: The force that holds the nucleus together. xxx for 4 Check Your Answer
Answer: Nuclear Strong Force Back to the Game Board xxx for 4
Question: Protons & neutrons are called? xxx for 5 Check Your Answer
Answer: Nucleons Back to the Game Board xxx for 5
Question: The process of alpha and beta decay. xxx for 1 Check Your Answer
Answer: Transmutation Back to the Game Board xxx for 1
Question: The concentration of radioactive atoms high enough to conduct a chain reaction. xxx for 2 Check Your Answer
Answer: Critical Mass Back to the Game Board xxx for 2
Question: The time it takes for one half of the mass of a radioactive substance to decay. xxx for 3 Check Your Answer
Answer: Half-life Back to the Game Board xxx for 3
Question: If the half-life of C-14 is approximately 6000 years, how much of a 100 gram sample is left after 18,000 years? xxx for 4 Check Your Answer
Answer: 100g 50g 25g 12.5g Back to the Game Board xxx for 4
Question: The control rods in a nuclear power plant slows down the chain reaction by absorbing these? xxx for 5 Check Your Answer
Answer: Neutrons Back to the Game Board xxx for 5
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