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Learning Check

To predict the product, simply remember that the mass number and atomic number are conserved

What is the identity of X?

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Learning Check

Write the nuclear equation for the beta emitter Co-60.

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Solutions

60Co 60Ni + 0 e

27 28 -1

93

239

Np

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Bombardment of atoms produces radioisotopes

= 60 = 60

59Co + 1n 56Mn + 4H e

27 0 25 2

= 27 = 27

cobalt neutron manganese alpha

atom radioisotope particle

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Learning Check

What radioactive isotope is produced in the following bombardment of boron?

10B + 4He ? + 1n

5 2 0

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Solution

What radioactive isotope is produced in the following bombardment of boron?

10B + 4He 13N + 1n

5 2 7 0

nitrogen

radioisotope

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The time for the radiation level to fall (decay) to one-half its initial value

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Examples of Half-Life

Isotope Half life

C-15 2.4 sec

Ra-224 3.6 days

Ra-223 12 days

I-125 60 days

C-14 5700 years

U-235 710 000 000 years

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Learning Check

The half life of I-123 is 13 hr. How much of a 64 mg sample of I-123 is left after 26 hours?

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Solution

t1/2 = 13 hrs

26 hours = 2 x t1/2

Amount initial = 64mg

Amount remaining = 64 mg x ½ x ½

= 16 mg

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Fission

large nuclei break up

235U + 1n 139Ba + 94Kr + 3 1n +

92 0 56 36 0

Energy

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Fission of Uranium-235

Chain reaction – the reaction sustains itself by producing more neutrons

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Nuclear Fusion

Fusion

small nuclei combine

2H + 3H 4He + 1n +

1 1 2 0

Occurs in the sun and other stars

Energy

Excessive heat can not be contained

- Ch 9 - Nuclear Radiation
- Nuclear Emissions
- Nuclear Equations
- Producing Radioactive Isotopes
- Half-Life of a Radioisotope
- Fission VS Fusion
- Uses & Effects

- Mechanics Lecture
- Gravitation
- Newton’s Laws of Motion
- History of Modern Astronomy
- Understanding Heat Transfer, Conduction, Convection and Radiation
- Newton’s laws of motion
- Practical Applications of Solar Energy

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