D electrical forces are negligible 6 which of the

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d. electrical forces are negligible. 6. Which of the following radioactive decay processes increases the atomic number of a nucleus? a. electron capture b. positron emission c. beta decay d. alpha decay 7. Which of the following particles has the same mass as an electron but a positive charge? a. alpha particle b. beta particle c. positron d. neutron 8. Alpha particles are … a. electrons. b. high-energy light waves. c. helium nuclei. d. neutrons. 9. Gamma rays are … a. electrons. b. high-energy light waves. c. helium nuclei. d. neutrons. 10. The process involved in the conversion of 37 82 Rb to 36 82 Kr is … a. alpha decay. b. beta decay. c. positron emission. d. neutron bombardment. 11. The process involved in the conversion of 27 57 Co to 26 57 Fe is … a. electron capture. b. neutron bombardment. c. alpha decay. d. beta decay.
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12. The isotope formed by the beta decay of 19 40 K has an atomic number of … a. 18. b. 20. c. 39. d. 21. 13. The isotope formed by the alpha decay of 92 238 U has a mass number of … a. 234. b. 238. c. 236. d. 240. 14. When the isotope 91 238 Pa decays by beta emission, the isotope formed is … a. 89 234 Ac . b. 92 237 U . c. 90 238 Th . d. 92 238 U . 15. The half-life of calcium-47 is 5 days. Starting with 64 g of this isotope, what amount remains after 20 days? a.
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