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Unit 2—Bazinga Review. ACP C101-C121. Question 1. An important result of Rutherford’s experiment with gold foil was to establish that _________. A) atoms have mass B) electrons have a negative charge C) neutrons are uncharged particles

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question 1
Question 1

An important result of Rutherford’s experiment with gold foil was to establish that _________.

A) atoms have mass

B) electrons have a negative charge

C) neutrons are uncharged particles

D) the atom is mostly empty space

question 11
Question 1

An important result of Rutherford’s experiment with gold foil was to establish that _________.

A) atoms have mass

B) electrons have a negative charge

C) neutrons are uncharged particles

D) the atom is mostly empty space

question 2
Question 2

Which subatomic particle has a charge of +1?

A) electron

B) neutron

C) proton

D) meson

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Question 2

Which subatomic particle has a charge of +1?

A) electron

B) neutron

C) proton

D) meson

question 3
Question 3

Which particle has the least mass?

A) electron

B) neutron

C) proton

D) all particles have the same mass

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Question 3

Which particle has the least mass?

A) electron

B) neutron

C) proton

D) all particles have the same mass

question 4
Question 4

Cathode rays are composed of _________.

A) alpha particles

B) electrons

C) protons

D) neutrons

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Question 4

Cathode rays are composed of _________.

A) alpha particles

B) electrons

C) protons

D) neutrons

question 5
Question 5

The atomic number of an element is the same as the number of __________.

A) protons

B) neutrons

C) protons + electrons

D) protons + neutrons

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Question 5

The atomic number of an element is the same as the number of __________.

A) protons

B) neutrons

C) protons + electrons

D) protons + neutrons

question 6
Question 6

How many neutrons are present in an atom of tin that has an atomic number of 50 and a mass number of 119?

A) 50

B) 69

C) 119

D) 169

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Question 6

How many neutrons are present in an atom of tin that has an atomic number of 50 and a mass number of 119?

A) 50

B) 69

C) 119

D) 169

question 7
Question 7

Which atom has more neutrons?

A) potassium-40

B) argon-40

C) potassium-41

D) argon-41

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Question 7

Which atom has more neutrons?

A) potassium-40

B) argon-40

C) potassium-41

D) argon-41

question 8
Question 8

Which of the following isotopes is NOT likely to be stable?

A) 126C

B) 20682Pb

C) 13450Sn

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Question 8

Which of the following isotopes is NOT likely to be stable?

A) 126C

B) 20682Pb

C) 13450Sn

question 9
Question 9

Balance the following nuclear equation:

4319K  4320 Ca + __________

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Question 9

Balance the following nuclear equation:

4319K  4320 Ca + 0-1e

question 10
Question 10

Write the nuclear equation for the release of an alpha particle by 21082Pb.

question 101
Question 10

Write the nuclear equation for the release of an alpha particle by 21082Pb.

21082Pb  42He + 20680 Hg

question 111
Question 11

Complete the following nuclear equation:

_______  18776Os + 0-1 e

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Question 11

Complete the following nuclear equation:

187 75 Re  18776Os + 0-1 e

question 12
Question 12

The mass of the nucleus is ______.

A) greater that the mass of the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus

B) equal to the mass of the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus

C) less than the mass of the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus

D) converted into energy

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Question 12

The mass of the nucleus is ______.

A) greater that the mass of the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus

B) equal to the mass of the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus

C) less than the mass of the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus

D) converted into energy

question 13
Question 13

Which type of radiation has the most penetrating power?

A) an alpha particle

B) a beta particle

C) a gamma ray

D) a neutron

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Question 13

Which type of radiation has the most penetrating power?

A) an alpha particle

B) a beta particle

C) a gamma ray

D) a neutron

question 14
Question 14

Which two particles have the same mass, but are opposite in charge?

A) a beta particle and a positron

B) a neutron and a proton

C) a proton and an electron

D) an alpha particle and a proton

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Question 14

Which two particles have the same mass, but are opposite in charge?

A) a beta particle and a positron

B) a neutron and a proton

C) a proton and an electron

D) an alpha particle and a proton

question 15
Question 15

Which of the following nuclides is radioactive?

A) 4020Ca

B) 22688 Ra

C) 126C

D) 20682Pb

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Question 15

Which of the following nuclides is radioactive?

A) 4020Ca

B) 22688 Ra

C) 126C

D) 20682Pb

question 16
Question 16

The half-life of thorium -234 is 14 days. If you have a 42.0 g sample, how much will remain after 72 days?

A) 42.0 g

B) 21.0 g

C) 10.5 g

D) 5.25 g

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Question 16

The half-life of thorium -234 is 14 days. If you have a 42.0 g sample, how much will remain after 72 days?

A) 42.0 g

B) 21.0 g

C) 10.5 g

D) 5.25 g

question 17
Question 17

Gamma rays…

A) have the same energy as a beta particle

B) are visible light

C) have no charge and no mass

D) are not a form of electromagnetic radiation

question 171
Question 17

Gamma rays…

A) have the same energy as a beta particle

B) are visible light

C) have no charge and no mass

D) are not a form of electromagnetic radiation

question 18
Question 18

It takes 5.2 minutes for a 4.0 g sample of francium-210 to decay until only 1.0 g is left. What is the half life of francium-210?

A) 1.3 min

B) 2.6 min

C) 5.2 min

D) 7.8 min

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Question 18

It takes 5.2 minutes for a 4.0 g sample of francium-210 to decay until only 1.0 g is left. What is the half life of francium-210?

A) 1.3 min

B) 2.6 min

C) 5.2 min

D) 7.8 min

question 20
Question 20

A positron forms when…

A) a neutron breaks down

B) an electron is released

C) a proton breaks down

D) an electron is captured

question 201
Question 20

A positron forms when…

A) a neutron breaks down

B) an electron is released

C) a proton breaks down

D) an electron is captured

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Question 21

What type of decay will occur when a nucleus has too many neutrons and protons?

A) alpha

B) beta

C) gamma

D) both alpha and beta

question 212
Question 21

What type of decay will occur when a nucleus has too many neutrons and protons?

A) alpha

B) beta

C) gamma

D) both alpha and beta

question 22
Question 22

Which of the following is produced when a neutron breaks down?

A) positron

B) proton

C) electron

D) all of the above

question 221
Question 22

Which of the following is produced when a neutron breaks down?

A) positron

B) proton

C) electron

D) all of the above

question 23
Question 23

Beta decay occurs when a nucleus contains too many

___________.

A) electrons

B) neutrons

C) protons

D) particles

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Question 23

Beta decay occurs when a nucleus contains too many

___________.

A) electrons

B) neutrons

C) protons

D) particles

question 24
Question 24

Electron capture occurs when a nucleus contains too many ______.

A) Protons

B) Neutrons

C) Electrons

D) Protons and neutrons

question 241
Question 24

Electron capture occurs when a nucleus contains too many ______.

A) Protons

B) Neutrons

C) Electrons

D) Protons and neutrons