# Nuclear Equations

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Nuclear Equations### Questions

- How do you balance nuclear fission equations?
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- What is an example of a nuclear equations practice problem?
- What are nuclear equations?
- What are some common mistakes students make with nuclear equations?
- When writing a balanced nuclear equation, what must be conserved?
- Why must nuclear equations must be balanced?
- Can you write a balanced nuclear equation for the alpha decay of Ra-226?
- Can you write a balanced nuclear equation for the alpha decay of Se-75?
- How can I solve nuclear equations?
- Can you write a balanced nuclear equation for the alpha decay of Ra-226?
- Can you write the nuclear equation for the decay of potassium-42?
- What is the nuclear equation for uranium-238 after alpha radiation is emitted?
- What is the nuclear equation for the electron capture decay of Ar37?
- What is the nuclear equation for the beta decay of Ti207?
- What is the nuclear equation for the alpha decay of Po210?
- How can I write nuclear equations for alpha decay?
- How can I write nuclear equations for beta decay?
- What is the nuclear equation for the beta decay of Sn126?
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- Write a nuclear reaction for the neutron-induced fission of U−235 to produce Te−137 and Zr−97. please help?
- How would you write a balanced nuclear equations for the emission of an alpha particle by polonium-209 and for the decay of calcium-45 to scandium-45?
- When a 226/88Ra nucleus decays by emitting an alpha particle, what is the atomic number?
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- Bombarding Br-81 with gamma rays gives a radioactive nuclide and a neutron. What is the radionuclide?
- Given the nuclear equation #""_1^1H + X -> _3^6Li + _2^4He#, what is the particle represented by #X#?
- What is the difference between fission, fusion, and their applications?
- How do you solve nuclear reaction equations?
- How do you write nuclear equations for alpha decay?
- How should you write nuclear equations for beta decay?
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- This nuclear equation is an example of...?
- Which is stronger: the electrostatic force; or the nuclear force?
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- How would you balance the following nuclear equation: #""_4^9Be + ""_2^4He -> ?? + ""_0^1n#?
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- What is this nuclear reaction an example of: #4 "_1^1H## ->## "_2^4He# + #2 "" _(+1)^0beta#?
- By emitting an alpha particle, an atom of uranium-235 decays into an atom of thorium. An alpha particle, which is the same as a helium nucleus, is represented by #"_2^4He#. How would you complete the equation for this reaction? #"_92^235U## -> "_?^?He#
- Identify the missing species and the radioactive decay process?
- In the equation: #"_90^234Th -># #"_91^234Pa + X#, which particle is represented by X?
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- What is the net reaction for the nuclear decay chain of #"U"-234#?
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- What would be the product if an electron was added to the nucleus of an atom of #""_15^24P#?
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