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student notes F08 lec 4 - CHM 11500-M01 and M02 STUDENT...

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CHM 11500-M01 and M02 STUDENT HANDOUT Dr. Towns Lectures: M, F 11:30, 2:30 Lecture 4
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Nuclear Chemistry
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Question #1
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Nuclear equations a. 98 43 Tc 98 44 Ru + 0 -1 e b. 229m 90 Th 229 90 Th + γ c. 212 84 Po 208 82 Pb + 4 2 He
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Generating Electricity Combustion
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Generating Electricity Nuclear
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Nuclear Power Reactors A pressurized water nuclear reactor consists of Fuel Assemblies Moderator Coolant Control rods Supporting structure Pressure vessel Shielding/containment
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Fuel Assemblies
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Induced fission, Chain reaction, Controlled chain reaction See figures 24.14 & 24.15.
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Nuclear energy Why are some nuclei stable? What is the source of energy in a nuclear reaction? Mass defect E=mc^2 or deltaE = deltamc^2
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Mass defect Mass of nucleus is not equal to the sum of the masses of individual nucleons in the nucleus. 14 7 N 7 1 1 H + 7 1 0 n
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E = mc 2 or Δ E = Δ mc 2 E = energy (in J) produced when mass m is converted into energy or consumed when energy is converted to mass m = mass in kg (1 amu = 1.6605 x 10 –27 kg) c = speed of light (2.9978 x 10 8 m s -1 ) 14 7 N 7 1 1 H + 7 1 0 n ΔE = N. B. E.
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