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Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
Which of the following equations correctly represents the change in the number of particles per unit of time?
  1. [math]Rate=-{∆N}/{∆t}=k/N[/math]
  2. [math]Rate=-{∆N}/{∆t}=kN[/math]
  3. [math]Rate=-{∆t}/{∆N}=k/N[/math]
  4. [math]Rate=-{∆t}/{∆N}=kN[/math]
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
H-3 experiences which form of decay?
  1. alpha
  2. beta
  3. positron
  4. gamma
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
What is the order of the rate of decay?
  1. second order
  2. first order
  3. third order
  4. pseudo first order
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 11 Nuclear Chemistry
Three types of natural nuclear reactions exist, radioactive decay, nuclear fission, and nuclear fusion. How is radioactive decay different from fission and fusion?
  1. Radioactive decay breaks apart large nuclei.
  2. Radioactive decay happens spontaneously.
  3. Radioactive decay combines different isotopes.
  4. Radioactive decay is not different from fission or fusion.
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