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Unformatted text preview: CHEM 230 F09 L38 Chapter 17: Nuclear Chemistry Session ID: 230 Course Evaluations: If you reach 95% completion then everyone in the section will receive 5 extra points. Fill out by Dec 15th. Homework 10: Nuclear Chem due Monday, Dec 14th 10 pm Exam regrades and readds due by 5 pm on Wednesday, December 16th Open discussion w/ Dr. Gottfried Tu Dec 15th Th Dec 17th, times TBA. Final Exam, Friday, Dec 18th 810 am Final exam return by mail via a selfaddressed, stamped manila envelope or pick up at CHEM A868 9am, Monday, Course Evaluations: If you reach 95% completion then everyone in the section will receive 5 extra points. Fill out by Dec 15th. Homework 10: Nuclear Chem due Monday, Dec 14th 10 pm Exam regrades and readds due by 5 pm on Wednesday, December 16th Open discussion w/ Dr. Gottfried Tu Dec 15th Th Dec 17th, times TBA. Final Exam, Friday, Dec 18th 810 am Final exam return by mail via a selfaddressed, stamped manila envelope or pick up at CHEM A868 9am, Monday, Dec 21. Final Exam Friday, Dec 18th 810 AM Room Last name begins with 140 Lorch AL 1360 East Hall MO 1202 SEB PZ Format: ~10 multiple choice/check the box/circle the answer 45 pages of free response problems You will have periodic table and equation sheet Nongraphing calculator Plan to stay the entire time Topics: Nuclear Chemistry Wrapup Mass to energy conversion Fission Fusion Uses of radioisotopes Atomic Mass and Energy Atomic mass is measured in atomic mass units (m u ) – A proton is ~ 1 m u (1.00728 m u = 1.673x1027 kg) – A neutron is ~ 1 m u (1.00866 m u = 1.675x1027 kg) – An electron is ~ 0 m u (0.00055 m u = 9.11x1031 kg) Atomic energy is measured in electron volts (eV) – An electron volt is charge * potential (C*V = J)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY 230 taught by Professor Gottfried during the Fall '10 term at University of Michigan.
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