Q.1: What is a nucleon?

Q.2: What is the relationship between nucleon numbers and atomic number and mass number?

Q.3: What are isotopes?

Q.4: What is a radioactive decay?

Q.5: What is the half life of a radioactive substance?

Q.7: What is radioactive transformation or transmutation?

Q.8: What is a nuclear fission

Q.9: What is a chain reaction?

Q.10: What is a nuclear fusion?

Q.11: What is radiocarbon dating?

Q.12: What is a radiotracer?

Q.13: What is a nuclear reactor?

Q.14: What is a moderator used in nuclear reactor?

Q.15: What is mass defect?

Q.16: What is the binding energy of a nucleus?

Q.18: The number of protons contained in a given nucleus is called the ---------.

Q.19: A nucleus that spontaneously decomposes is said to be ---------.

Q.20: In a nuclear equation, both the atomic number and --------- number are to be conserved.

Q.21: Production of a helium nucleus from a heavy atom is referred to as ------- decay.

Q.22: The elements of atomic numbers 93 or greater are called ------- elements.

Q.23: Combining two small nuclei to form a larger nucleus is referred to as nuclear --------.

Q.24: The most common type of a nuclear reactor uses the nuclide ------- as the fissionable material.

Q.25: A nuclear reactor that generates additional fissionable fuel is referred to as a ------- reactor.

Q.26: ---------- is used to study body's use of vitamin B-12.

Q.27: Calcium-47 is used for the study of --------- mechanism.

Q.28 Iron-59 is used for the study of -------- blood cell function.

Q.29 Californium is a ---------- element.

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