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Nuclear Chemistry Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 9 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 9 Nuclear Chemistry
Where do nuclear fusion and nuclear fission reactions occur naturally?
  1. in the stars and moon
  2. in the sun and moon
  3. in the stars and sun
  4. in the moon and sun
Grade 9 Nuclear Chemistry
Uranium causes
  1. "fission" to occur when hit with neutrons.
  2. "fusion" to occur when hit with neutrons.
  3. "evaporation" to occur when hit with a proton.
  4. "evaporation" to occur when hit with an electron.
Grade 8 Nuclear Chemistry

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Grade 8 Nuclear Chemistry
What element half life is used to find the age of dinosaur fossils?
  1. Carbon-14
  2. Uranium-238
  3. Oxygen-21
  4. Potassium-40
Grade 8 Nuclear Chemistry
The three forms of radiation have different abilites to penetrate matter due to their
  1. different energy levels
  2. distances they are able to travel
  3. mass and charge
  4. rates of decay
Grade 8 Nuclear Chemistry
Which is not an advantage of a Fusion Reactor as compared to a Fission Reactor?
  1. Less Accident Prone
  2. Easier to implement
  3. Lots of fuel available
  4. Less radioactive waste
Grade 10 Nuclear Chemistry
College Nuclear Chemistry
Isotopes have:
  1. The same number of neutrons
  2. A different number of neutrons
  3. A different number protons
  4. A different number of electrons
Grade 10 Nuclear Chemistry
Which of the following best explains why U-238 tends to decay?
  1. The ratio of its protons to its neutrons is greater than 1.5 to 1
  2. The ratio of its neutrons to its protons is less than 1 to 1
  3. The ratio of its neutrons to its protons is greater than 1.5 to 1
  4. None of the above
Grade 10 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
What happens during Nuclear Fusion?
  1. Nuclei of a relatively low atomic number combine to form a heavier nucleus
  2. Nuclei of a relatively high atomic number split apart
  3. Nuclei are burned up
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