nuclear by deb50duncan

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									Nuclear
RachelET Oct 30, 2009 8:45 am
-ask Duncan for the formula for the half life problems
-use the formula in the book starting on the first page of the chapter to work the binding energy problems
-to find a nucleon add proton and neutrons together
hope it was helpful,
Rachel T
dontray45 Oct 30, 2009 9:02 am
when doing this packet make sure that you watch the problems asking for J/mol and J/nucleon, the formula for them are in Chapter
22 on the first page.
the J/mol asks you for the nuclear binding energy of a mole of some atom, and the J/nucleon asks you for the binding energy per
nucleon.
they are both worked with the same formulas but on one you don’t not use E = mc2 (the 2 means squared).
also be sure to ask Mrs. Duncan about the half-Life formula.
Hope this information is helpful for you... Good luck
Dontray J.
qib56 Oct 30, 2009 9:31 am
When one does this packet he or she should read the chapter to get a full understanding for all the terms used in the formulas.
It took me awhile to get the problems with half-life in them. After I read a little and looked at the diagrams I got a full
understanding of half-lifes.
I used the old black chemistry book to help with my problems involving J/mol and J/nucleon.
If you don't remember how to count protons and neutron turn to pg. 78 in the new chemistry book.
Quinton B.
RachelET Nov 17, 2009 3:07 pm
When working on the labs read through it first before you start. The simulations are easy but play with them first and make sure
you understand what it is happening. I used ask.com to find some of the definitions in the packet.
hope you can use this advice,
Rachel
dontray45 Nov 18, 2009 8:18 am
On this lab make sure you have a clear understanding of what your doing. Read the packet carefully. You will have to look up a
few of the definitions online and a few are in the book. You will have to e-mail some of your answers to Mrs. Duncan, but most of
it is handwritten.
Good luck to you on this packet...
Hope your successful in completing it...
Dontray J.
qib56 Nov 18, 2009 9:11 am
When you work on set of labs make sure to read your packet first and read all the instructions so you know what you have to do
when you work on your labs. Try to finish to first three labs as quick as possible so you have lots of time to work on the
handwritten questions. Also try to play the simulations until you get a full understanding of what you are working on.
Quinton B.
JustineLouann Dec 3, 2009 8:26 am
Get Mrs. Duncan to show you the half life formula. When doing the nuclear binding energy problems make sure to see if it says
per nucleon. If it does you use the binding energy formula then you divide it by the number of nucleons which is the superscript
number. The first two pages of chapter 22 has most of the information you need on them.
Justine G.
bta7 Dec 3, 2009 8:28 am
Ask Mrs. Duncan to give you the half life formula. Be sure to look at the first two pages of chapter 22 in the new chemistry book.
The first two pages has the formula for the nuclear binding energy problems. On the balancing equation problems just make the
numbers the same on both sides of the yield sign. Good Luck
Brandon A
JessicaZamessica Dec 10, 2009 8:44 am
Ask Mrs. Duncan for the half life formula or you can ask me for the a sheet with a formula on it that I used to work my half life
problems. Page 700-701 in the blue book is very important it's the formulas you use for working the nuclear binding energy and
mass defect problems. Make sure you pay attention if the problem is J or J/mole or J/nucleon because there are differences on how
to work them. If you have any questions or want that sheet just ask :]
ouidalia Dec 10, 2009 9:36 am
Before starting, ask Mrs. Duncan for the half life formula. remember protons and electrons are the same thing and they are the
bottom number. neutrons are the top number minus the bottom number. I used the black chemistry book to help me with half lives
and the new chemistry book to help me with joules. also, some of the problems in the packet are the same as the practice problems.
hope you have good luck! ouida.
ouidalia Jan 9, 2010 5:42 pm
These set of labs are fairly easy to understand. Once someone plays with this a lot, he or she will comprehend what is happening. I
had trouble with page 8 and a little of 7, but I’m sure you will have no problem!
good luck in all you do, ouida.
JessicaZamessica Jan 12, 2010 9:34 am
The pages that took me the longest were page 5 and 8 so I would skip those to begin with. I started by doing the first three pages
because they are fairly simple. Then go on to the harder stuff. The labs are easy it just takes time watch and fully understand them.
Have fun. -Jess[=
ouidalia Jan 12, 2010 9:43 am
These set of labs are fairly easy to understand. Once someone plays with this a lot he or she will comprehend what is happening.
Go in order, because it will help to make clear what is happening in the simulation. I had trouble with page 8 and a little of 7, but
for the most part it was extremely easy!
JustineLouann Jan 13, 2010 8:06 am
The nuclear labs are fairly easy. They all use the same simulations but just ask different questions. I did the easier stuff first and
then worked the harder labs.
Justine G
SummarF Nov 19, 2009 8:50 am
The Nuclear lab to me was slightly difficult at first, but I decided that it was best to take it one page at a time. However, it may
seem like you want to skip around since you are playing the same game constantly. It is very helpful if you really pay attention to
the gamea. The Alpha Decay and is a major part in answering this packet along with the Nuclear Fission game.
Summar F
SummarF Nov 18, 2009 9:08 am
The Nuclear lab to me was slightly difficult at first, but I decided that it was best to take it one page at a time. However, it may
seem like you want to skip around since you are playing the same game constantly. It is very helpful if you really pay attention to
the gamea. The Alpha Decay and is a major part in answering this packet along with the Nuclear Fission game.
Summar F

								
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