A) Is used determine the age of living organisms.
B) Two of the answers are correct.
C) Used to determine the age of non-living material.
D) Is used to determine once living materials.
A) Shows all the stable and unstable isotopes of the elements.
B) Shows the path of radioactive decay from unstable isotope to stable isotope.
C) Shows the path of radioactive decay from stable isotope to unstable isotope.
D) None of the answers are correct.
A) From the walls of basements.
B) From the atmosphere.
C) None of the answers are correct.
D) It is a naturally occuring isotope in the decay chain of 238U.
A) both convert mass directly to energy.
B) in both, different nuclei are formed.
C) the energy absorbed to form the new nucleus is very great.
D) the electrons in oribit around the nucleus are released into space.
A) an atom losing an electron.
B) the splitting of an atom into smaller atoms.
C) two smaller atoms joining together to form a larger atom.
D) an atom gaining a proton.
A) an atom gaining a proton.
B) an atom losing an electron.
C) the splitting of an atom into smaller atoms.
D) two smaller atoms joining together to form a larger atom.
A) The atomic bomb uses nuclear fission, while the hydrogen bomb uses nuclear fussion.
B) Both of the answers are false
C) The hydrogen bomb is more powerful than the atomic bomb.
D) Both of the answers are true.
A) The don't use either nuclear fission or nuclear fussion.
B) The use nuclear fission.
C) They use nuclear fussion.
D) They use both nuclear fission and nuclear fussion.
A) Hiroshima, Japan
B) Nagasaki, Japan
C) Three-Mile Island, Harrisburg, Pennsylvaina
D) Chernobyl, Ukraine
1.B 2.B 3.B 4.D 5.A 6.B 7.D 8.D 9.B 10.D