Fill in the decision tree for the "Oil Problem" discussed in class and provided as
an attachment. You will want to refer to the slides in Lecture 4 that provide
details about oil test probabilities.
(1) Cross off any branches on the decision t
Chapter 2 Modern Physics Concepts
From Newton: The motions of bodies included in a given space are the same amongst themselves, whether the space is
at rest or moves uniformly forward in a straight line.
Consider 2 reference frames moving in a straight li
Chapter 6 Binary Nuclear Reactions
In this chapter, the consequences of conservation of energy and momentum in two-product binary reactions are
examined. The kinetic energies of the products and their directions of travel with respect to the incident part
Chapter 5- Radioactivity - Radioactivity is the transformation of nuclei which are unstable.
Radioactive decay (as with all nuclear reactions) obey conservation principles
All radioactive dec
Chaapter 3 - Nuclear
Readd Sections 3.1 th
hru 3.2.2 for an historical
opment of the model
for the ato
3.2.3 Proton-Neeutron Modeel
berg proposeed the protonn-neutron m
model of the nucleus.
Chaadwick (1932) discovere
h 1 Fundamenta
ample: What is the velocity of aan electron if it is accelerated thhrough an
elecctrical potential of 1 volt assumiing the electronn is initially at reest?
Atomic and Nuclear Nomenclature
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOG‘r’
TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
”The more important responsibility of
this atomic energy agency would be to
devise methods whereby this fissionable
material would be allocated to s