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PS100 Questions from Chapter 25 Comprehension matching The minimum amount of mass necessary for one fission to trigger another. A nucleus changes one of its protons into a proton. A uranium atom splits into thorium and helium. A nucleon jumps from a high energy level to a lower one and emits a photon. Two hydrogen atoms combine to make a helium atom. A uranium atom splits into xenon and strontium plus a few neutrons. The amount of time required for 1/2 of the remaining radioactive nuclei to decay. A process where one event always triggers one or more additional events. true/false The strong force between two protons is always stronger than the electric repulsion between two protons. true false The electromagnetic force extends over a longer distance than the strong nuclear force. true false Charge is always conserved in an nuclear process. true false
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Mass changes in nuclear processes. true
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course PHYSICAL S 100 taught by Professor Allred during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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