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Chapter 42: Nuclear Physics

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Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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89 Questions for Chapter 42: Nuclear Physics

  1. Consider the atoms O16,O18,F18,Ne18,and N20e. Some of the following questions may have more than one answer. Give all answers that ap

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  2. Calculate (in MeV) the binding energy per nucleon for He2and He4. Which is more tightly bound?

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  3. Calculate (in MeV) the binding energy per nucleon for O14and O16. Which is more tightly bound?

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  4. Calculate the chemical atomic mass of silicon.

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  5. Use the potential-energy diagram in Figure42.8to estimate the strength of the strong force between two nucleons separated by 1.5fm

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  6. Use the potential-energy diagram in Figure 42.8 to sketch an approximate graph of the strong force between two nucleons versus the distance r between thei

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  7. Use the potential-energy diagram in Figure 42.8 to estimate the strength of the strong force between two nucleons separated by 1.

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  8. Use the potential-energy diagram in Figure 42.8to estimate the ratio of the gravitational potential energy to the nuclear potential energy for two neutrons separated by 1.0fm.

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  9. a. Draw energy-level diagrams, similar to Figure 42.11, for all A=10nuclei listed in Appendix C. Show all the occu-pied neutron a

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  10. a. Draw energy-level diagrams, similar to Figure 42.11, for all A=14nuclei listed in Appendix C. Show all the occupied neutron and proton l

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