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Version 001 – Exam 4 – vanden bout – (51640) 1 This print-out should have 31 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page – fnd all choices beFore answering. ChemPrin3e T17 19 001 10.0 points Bombarding 54 ±e with a neutron results in emission oF a proton and Formation oF 1. 54 Cr. 2. 49 Ti. 3. 55 ±e. 4. 54 Mn. 5. 54 Co. Mlib 11 6135 002 10.0 points Consider the reaction 214 82 Pb 214 83 Bi + ? . What is the identity oF “?”? 1. α particle 2. neutron 3. γ ray 4. β particle Holt da 22 rev 25 003 10.0 points The mass oF a 20 10 Ne atom is 19.992 44 amu. Calculate the mass deFect. 1. 0.172 46 amu 2. 10 amu 3. 0.0086 amu 4. 19.992 44 amu 5. None oF these 6. 20 amu 7. 0.0172 amu ChemPrin3e T17 49 004 10.0 points The halF-liFe oF strontium-90 is 28.1 years. Calculate the percent oF a strontium sample leFt aFter 100 years. 1. 63% 2. 8.5% 3. 0.34% 4. 82% 5. 76% ChemPrin3e T17 46 005 10.0 points Radioactive decay is a 1. temperature-dependent process. 2. non-spontaneous process. 3. zero-order process. 4. frst-order process. 5. second-order process. Sparks nuc 08 006 10.0 points Ar-37 undergoes electron capture. What is the product? 1. None oF these 2. 37 17 Cl 3. 38 18 Ar 4. 36 18 Ar 5. 37 19 K
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Version 001 – Exam 4 – vanden bout – (51640) 2 Natural Radiation 001 007 10.0 points In a typical year, the average person is ex- posed to an efective dose oF approximately 350 mrem oF radiation. By Far the largest portion oF this dosage comes From 1. cosmic rays 2. radiation From C-14 in organic materials 3. radon gas 4. medical procedures 5. radiation From building materials 6. naturally occurring isotopes oF Ca and Sr that are in bones 7. nuclear power plants Nuclear Decay Type 001 008 10.0 points The In-116 decays radioactively to produces Sn-116. This process is likely occurs via 1. alpha decay 2. negative beta decay in which an electron is emitted 3. positive beta decay in which a positron is
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