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Homework3 - 3.23 Note:Give the atoms/mL for Na, Cl, H, and...

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EEE498 Health Physics Principles Spring 2012 Homework is expected to be turned in on time. Presentation and methods for arriving at the answer are just as important as the mathematical answer. Partial credit will be given if the method is correct. Be sure to box the answer and give the units. Students may work together on the homework, but copying is unacceptable. All problems are worth 10 points. Homework Assignment No. 3. Due Tue Jan 24 Chapter 3 Problems: 3.2 3.17 3.22 Note: Cl-35 Abundance is 0.7577, Cl-37 is 0.2423.
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Unformatted text preview: 3.23 Note:Give the atoms/mL for Na, Cl, H, and O. and Rate the following radiations from most (1) to least (4) penetrating. __) Beta __) Gamma (662 KeV) __) X-Ray (110 KeV) __) Alpha The maximum range of an alpha particle in air is no more than: a) 7 cm b) 1 m c) 10 mm d) 1 foot . How many protons are there in the nucleus of a) 226 b) 88 c) 138 Ra and Ra are _________ of Radium 226 228 a) isotones b) isotopes c) isomers d) isobars EEE498 Health Physics Principles Spring 2012...
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