chemistry 1010 radioactive decay. nuclear chemistry notation

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  • Chemistry 1010 Radioactive Decay
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  • Nuclear Chemistry Notation
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  • Alpha decay loss of He nucleus
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  • Beta decay loss of an Electron from the nucleus
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  • Gamma decay no mass or charge change but usually accompanies an alpha or beta decay.
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  • Isotope Dating There are naturally occurring elements that are radioactive The decompose on their own The rate of decomposition does not change life Time it takes for half of a substance to decay into another
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  • Isotope Dating
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  • Nuclear Power in the US There are 109 nuclear power plants 22% of our power is nuclear
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  • Type of Uranium 3-4% U 238, for reactors, 90% for bomb Not possible to get an explosion
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  • Benefits of Nuclear Power Very Economical (Cheap) Environmentally Clean (no emissions)
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  • Problems With Nuclear Power Production of Nuclear Waste Possible Melt Down and Leakage
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  • Radiation of Food Images from Yahoo Images
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  • Therapeutic Treat or cure a disease with Radiation Images from Yahoo Images
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  • Diagnostic Used to obtain information about a patients health

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