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Nuclear Fusion

Q. Why is fusion an appealing energy source? a) Extremely high pressures are required. b) Fusion products are generally not radioactive. c) Extremely high temperatures are required. d) The reaction can be confined by available structural materials.

Solved • May 1, 2020

Nuclear Fusion

Q. Sort these isotopes by whether they are most likely to undergo fusion or fission. Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. nitrogen-13, thorium-230, curium-245, uranium-235, beryllium-7, carbon-12

Solved • May 1, 2020

Nuclear Fusion

Q. Sort these isotopes by whether they are most likely to undergo fusion or fission. Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. helium-4, curium-245, nitrogen-13, uranium-235, boron-11, thorium-230

Solved • Apr 6, 2020

Nuclear Fusion

Q. Sort these isotopes by whether they are most likely to undergo fusion or fission. Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. nitrogen-15, plutonium-241, boron-11, carbon-12, uranium-233, plutonium-239

Solved • Mar 17, 2020

Nuclear Fusion

Q. If you had a high-energy xenon particle beam and wanted to make gold, what element would you bombard? ? = 143-Xe→197-Au + 1-n Express your answer as an element symbol including subscripts and superscripts.

Solved • Mar 15, 2020

Nuclear Fusion

Q. How many neutrons must an 56-Fe nucleus capture to generate the unstable intermediate [73-Fe] according to the equation: 56-Fe + ? 1n→[73Fe] Express your answer numerically as an integer.

Solved • Mar 15, 2020

Nuclear Fusion

Q. Sort these isotopes by whether they are most likely to undergo fusion or fission. Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. uranium-235, thorium-227, carbon-12, lithium-7, boron-11, plutonium-241

Solved • Mar 15, 2020