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2.The total of the subscripts (atomic numbers,) in the reactants and products must be the sameResetHelpα βγααββγαHe42βe0−1γααγα βγαβγXAZXAZAZIt has the weakest penetratingpower.It is symbolized as.He42It is the most massive of all thecomponents.It is a high-speedelectron.It is symbolized as.e0−1It possesses neither mass nor charge.It has the strongest penetrating power.Intermolecular Forces &amp; Nuclear Chemistry Workshop Activity - Ap......12 of 324/29/2021, 12:54 PM
Part AWhat is the value ofin the following nuclear reaction?U→Th +X238Express your answer as an integer.Hint 1.How to approach the problemUse rule 1:The total of the superscripts (mass numbers,)in the reactants and products must be the same. Mathematically, this can be writtenasANSWER:CorrectPart BWhat is the value ofin the following nuclear reaction?AU→Th +X2389223490AZA238 = 234 +A4A=ZIntermolecular Forces &amp; Nuclear Chemistry Workshop Activity - Ap......
Express your answer as an integer.Hint 1.How to approach the problemUse rule 2: The total of the subscripts (atomic numbers,) in the reactants and products must be the same. Mathematically, this can be writtenasANSWER:92 = 90 +Z2Z=CorrectPart CWhat chemical symbol should be used forin the following nuclear reaction?U→Th +X2389223490Z92 = 90 +Z2Z=XU→Th +X2389223490
Enter the chemical symbol of the element.Hint 1.How to approach the problemUse the atomic number,, and theperiodic tableto identify the element. For example, the element withis carbon. For this problem you arelooking for the element with..
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Part ADuring which type of radioactive decay is the mass of the emitted particle thesmallest?CorrectChapter 21 Algorithmic Question 4

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Term
Spring
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CHURCHILL
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Nuclear physics