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Nuclear Chemistry Vocabulary Crossword

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The ability of radiation to pass through matter Penetrating Power
Isotopes of atoms with unstable nuclei Radioisotope
A form of high energy electromagnetic radiation emitted from some materials that are in an excited electron state X-Ray
High energy radiation that accounts for most of the energy lost during radioactive decay Gamma Ray
Radiation that is made up of alpha particles and is deflected toward a negatively charged plate when radiation from a radioactive source is directed between two electrically plates Alpha radiation
Radiation that is made up of beta particles and is deflected toward a positively charged plate when radiation from the radioactive source is directed between two electrically charged plates Beta radiation
A radioactive decay process that occurs when an atom's nucleus draws in a surrounding electron, which combines with a proton to form a neutron, resulting in an x-ray photon being emitted Electron capture
The time required for one-half of a radioisotope's nuclei to decay into its products Half-life
Protons and neutrons Nucleon
A particle that has the same mass as an electron but an opposite charge Positron
A radioactive decay process in which a proton in the nucleus is converted into a neutron and a positron, and then the positron is emitted from the nucleus Positron emission
A series of nuclear reactions that starts with an unstable nucleus and results in the formation of a stable nucleus Radioactive Decay Series
The process that is used to determine the age of an object by measuring the amount of a certain radioisotope remaining in that object Radiochemical dating
A force that acts on subatomic particles that are extremely close together and overcomes electrostatic repulsion among protons Strong Nuclear force
A reaction in which an atom's atomic number is altered Transmutation
A nuclear reactor that is able to produce more fuel than it uses Breeder reactor
The minimum mass of a sample of fissionable material necessary to sustain a nuclear chain reaction Critical mass
The difference in mass between a nucleus and its component nucleons Mass defect
The splitting of a nucleus into smaller, more stable fragments, accompanied by a large release of energy Nuclear Fission
The process of binding smaller atomic nuclei into a single, larger, and more stable nucleus Nuclear fusion
A nuclear fusion reaction Thermonuclear reaction
The process in which nuclei are bombarded with high-velocity charged particles in order to create new elements Induced Transmutation
An element with an atomic number of 93 or greater on the periodic table Transuranium element
Radiation that is energetic enough to ionize matter it collides with Ionizing Radiation
An isotope that emits non-ionizing radiation and is used to signal the presence of an element or specific substance Radiotracer

Nuclear Energy and Radioactive Materials Crossword

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What is a nuclear reaction that causes a nucleus to split into two or more pieces and releases neutrons and energy? fission
What is a continuous series of nuclear fission reactions? chainreaction
What is a nuclear reaction in which two light nuclei fuse together under extreme temperatures to form heavy nuclei and releases energy? fusion
Alpha decay, Beta decay, and gamma decay are all types of what? radioactive decay
What results in a new element with 2 less than the original atomic number and 4 less than the original mass number? Alpha decay
What are fast moving negative electrons that have the same mass as an electron? Beta particle
Alpha particles, Beta particles, and Gamma rays all produce what? radiation
Both nuclear fusion and nuclear fission produce what? nuclear energy
The time it takes for one half of a sample of radioactive material to decay is called what? halflife
The electricity produced from a nuclear reaction is called what? Nuclear power
What is positively charged, is made up of 2 protons and 2 neutrons, and the more massive type of nuclear radiation? Alpha particle
What results in the atomic number increasing by 1 and the mass staying the same from its original value? Beta decay
What is a type of radioactive decay that does not change the mass number or the atomic number of an atom? gamma decay
The changing of one element into another by radioactive decay is called? Transmutations
Too many protons and neutrons can cause a nucleus to become what? unstable
Fusion is the power scource for what? stars
The 2 factors that depend on risk of damage from radiation are the type of radiation and the amount of what? exposure
The human body has evolved to withstand what type of radiation? background
Nuclear energy is a _____, long term solution for producing power. dependable
What is it called when you have a different number of neutrons than the base atom? isotope
A graph of the number of radioactive parent nuclei remaining in a sample as a function time is called what? decay curve
Where in Ukraine did a devastating nuclear disaster happen that caused the whole area to have high levels of radiation? Chernobyl
What is it called when the number of electrons are different from the number of protons? ion
Using knowledge of half-life to date very old specimen is called what? radiometric dating
What is a form of electromagnetic energy? (symbol:Y) gamma ray
The energy produced from a nuclear power plant can be used to make what? electricity
A ___ nuclear ____ causes protons and neutrons to attract to one another strong force
A factor of ____ _____ is the proton/neurton ratio nuclear stability
Who made the famous, mass-energy equation?(E=mc^2) Einstein
____ is one of the risks from being exposed to high levels of radiation cancer

Nuclear Chemistry Word Search

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radiotracer
ionizing radiation
transuranium element
induced transmutation
thermonuclear reaction
nuclear fusion
mass defect
critical mass
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transmutation
strong nuclear force
radiochemical dating
radioactive decay series
positron emission
positron
nucleon
half life
electron capture
beta radiation
alpha radiation
gamma ray
xray
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penetrating power

Nuclear Crossword

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Positively charged particle emitted by various radioactive materials during decay. It consists of two neutrons and two protons Alaphaparticle
Smallest particle of an element which cannot be chemically divided any further. Atom
Electron with positive or negative charge emitted by a nucleus or elementary particle during beta decay or produced by a nuclear reaction Beta particle
an X-ray image made using computerized axial tomography. CAT scan
The spontaneous conversion of a nuclide into another nuclide or into another energy state of the same nuclide. Decay
Chemical base material which cannot be chemically converted into simpler substances. Element
Formation of a heavy nucleus from lighter nuclei releasing energy - the binding energy. Fusion
Fission of an atomic nucleus into two parts of the same size caused by the collision of a particle. Fission
Highly-energetic, short-wave electromagnetic radiation emitted from the nucleus of an atom. Gamma radiation
The period during which half of the nuclei decay in a quantity of radionuclides. Half-life
Element or compound made radioactive for easy tracing in biological, chemical and industrial processes. Indicator
Non-flammable gas, e.g. CO2, nitrogen, noble gases. Inert gas

Physics Crossword

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Number of protons Atomic number
Unit of mass Atomic mass unit
Protons + Neutrons Mass number
Nucleus of an isotope Nuclide
Binds the nucleus Strong nuclear force
Protons and neutrons Nucleons
Equivalent to mass defect, always negative Binding energy
Nucleons - actual mass Mass defect
Penetrating rays produced Radioactive
Alpha particle emitted Alpha decay
Neutron converted to proton Beta decay
Redistribution of energy in nucleus Gamma decay
Number of protons and neutrons changes Nuclear reaction
Divide by 2 Halflife
Decays per second Activity
Divide the nucleus Fission
Continuous fission Chain reaction
Combine nuclei Fusion
Make up nucleons and pions Quarks
Particle family Leptons
Explains particle families Standard Model
Transport forces Force carriers
Energy into antimatter Pair production
Acts in the nucleus in beta decay Weak nuclear force

newton's laws Crossword

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overall force acting on an object net force
Last name of english mathematician and physicist who was known to study the laws of gravity Newton
the law of Newton stating an object that is not moving will remain stationary, and an object moving will continue to move, unless another force changes it; inertia first law
The law of Newton stating that an acceleration of an objects need the the variables of net force and mass of the object second law
The law of Newton stating an objects action has an equal and opposite reaction third law
The force that is resisting motion of an object friction
the resistance an object gives when there is a change in motion inertia
force equals mass times acceleration f=ma
force acting in one direction actionforce
force acting in an opposite direction reaction force
force exerted from an object ex: walls and floors normal force
the number of atoms in an object mass
increase in rate of speed of an object acceleration
when forces on an object are equal in size but opposite in direction balanced forces
when individual forces are in the opposite direction but are different in size unbalanced force
distance/time; rate it takes an object to cover a distance speed
an objects speed and direction velocity
a quantity that includes mass and velocity momentum
a speed with direction vector
the force that's a push or pull towards the center of the Earth gravity

Newton's Law Crossword Puzzle

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The tendency of an object to resist change in its motion Inertia
For every action there is an equal opposite reaction Newtons Third Law
Acceleration of an object depends upon its mass & the force acting upon it Newtons Second Law
The distances an object travels per unit of time Speed
A change of velocity Acceleration
A push or pull Force
The amount of matter in object Mass
Slowing down Deceleration
Speed in a given direction Velocity
Force that produces a nonzero net force Unbalanced Force
The force that pulls objects toward each other Gravity
The overall force on an object when all individual forces acting on it are added together Net Force
Equal Forces acting on an object In opposite directions Balanced Forces
The state in which one object's distance from another is changing Motion
Energy that an object has due to its motion Kinetic energy

Nuclear Chemistry Vocab Crossword

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Fusion reactions are also known as Thermonuclear reactions
Protons and neutrons within the nucleus of an atom are called Nucleons
When the nucleus of an atom draws in a surrounding electron Electron Capture
Begins with an unstable nucleus and ends with a stable nucleus Radioactive Decay Series
The combining of atomic nuclei Nuclear fusion
The splitting of a nucleus into fragments Nuclear fission
Striking nuclei with high-velocity particles Induced transmutation
Elements that immediately follow uranium in the periodic table Transuranium elements
Atoms with unstable nuclei Radioisotopes
A form of high energy electromagnetic radiation X-ray
Nucleons remain bound in the nucleus because of the Strong nuclear force
A particle with the same mass but opposite charge of an electron Positron
The difference in mass between a nucleus and its nucleons Mass defect
Reactors able to produce more fuel than they use are called Breeder reactors
Radiation energetic enough to ionize matter it contacts is called Ionizing radiation
The ability of radiation to pass through matter Penetrating power

Newton's Laws Word Search

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