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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Nuclear Chemistry
Level: Grade 11
Tags: nuclear reaction equation
Author: kieke
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Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry

The two fundamental rules can be used to determine the unknown element in a nuclear reaction equation. One rule comes from the Law of Conservation of Mass, or the mass balance rule, which tells us that the total mass of the reactants must equal that of the products in the reaction. The other rule,                                                               , tells us that the number of                                 of the reactants and products must also be equal.
  1. neutron balance rule; neutrons
  2. isotopic balance rule; isotopes
  3. charge balance rule; protons
  4. decay balance rule: charges
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