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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 8-10 am Final exam return by mail via a self-addressed, 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 8-10 am Final exam return by mail via a self-addressed, stamped manila envelope or pick up at CHEM A868 9am, Monday, Dec 21. Final Exam Friday, Dec 18th 8-10 AM Room Last name begins with 140 Lorch A-L 1360 East Hall M-O 1202 SEB P-Z Format: ~10 multiple choice/check the box/circle the answer 4-5 pages of free response problems You will have periodic table and equation sheet Non-graphing calculator Plan to stay the entire time Topics: Nuclear Chemistry Wrap-up 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 = 1.673x10-27 kg) – A neutron is ~ 1 m u (1.00866 m u = 1.675x10-27 kg) – An electron is ~ 0 m u (0.00055 m u = 9.11x10-31 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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