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Nuclear Studies Quiz

The nuclear isomers may be ;-

The first nuclear weapon  used in warfare  over Hiroshima , Japan  in august 6 , 1945 , is known as :-

The important nuclear available  in India  in abundance is :-

Find the probability that the nucleus of  87Ra221 undergoes decay  after three half lives  if its  radioactive  substance   that has a half life  of 6 days :

The energy liberated when an atom of U-235 undergoes fission reaction;-

The nuclear force is   weaker than  the electromagnetic force :-

In scintillation counter method , the alpha particles   are detected  and counted from;-

Which element  is readily  available  in ordinary  water:-

Why should  neutrons  with low energy  be capable  of causing  fission:-

Nuclear charge is  dependent  on the charge :-

The SI unit of rate of disintegration is ;-

Elements whose atomic number is  greater than 82  are called as:-

The fast moving  light photons are :-

Which is a secondary fuel:-

The newly discovered  high temperature  super conductors are:-

On the basis of per unit mass  of mined mineral , thorium can  generate  more energy compared to  natural uranium:-

Which is the source of renewable energy in stars:-

Which is the primary fuel:-

The unit of radioactivity is :-

How are  active liquid  of nuclear waste disposed :-

When a neutron leaves  the nucleus  , its mass;-

The main interest of shielding  in nuclear reactor is protection against:-

A reactor capable of converting  a ferrite material  into fissile isotope  is called:-

Positive charge in an atom  was intense  in a small region called:-

In 1913,  the group displacement was given by ;-

MCQs on Nuclear Studies for Initial Tests

  1. The nucleus of an atom is made up of _______ and _______. (protons, neutrons)
  2. The process of splitting a heavy nucleus into lighter nuclei is called _______ fission. (nuclear)
  3. The chain reaction in a nuclear reactor is controlled by ______ rods. (control)
  4. The radioactive decay of an atom results in the emission of a(n) _______ or a(n) _______. (particle, wave)
  5. The half-life of a radioactive isotope refers to the time it takes for its activity to decay by _______. (50%)
  6. The most common fuel used in nuclear power plants is _______ uranium. (enriched)
  7. The process of fusing lighter nuclei into a heavier nucleus releases _______ energy. (immense)
  8. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is responsible for promoting the peaceful use of _______ technology. (nuclear)
  9. The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) aims to prevent the _______ of nuclear weapons. (spread)
  10. The release of a large amount of radiation in a short period is called a(n) _______ accident. (nuclear)
  11. The SI unit for measuring radioactivity is the _______. (Becquerel)
  12. The study of the nucleus and its properties is called _______ physics. (nuclear)
  13. Medical imaging techniques like PET scans utilize _______ radiation. (gamma)
  14. The waste products of nuclear fission are called _______ waste. (radioactive)
  15. The process of converting mass into energy is described by the famous equation _______. (E=mc²)
  16. The first controlled nuclear chain reaction was achieved in _______. (Chicago)
  17. The Chernobyl disaster occurred in the country of _______. (Ukraine)
  18. The phenomenon of two nuclei combining to form a heavier nucleus is called _______ fusion. (nuclear)
  19. The study of the origin and evolution of the universe is called _______ cosmology. (nuclear)
  20. The smallest fundamental particle in the nucleus is the _______. (quark)
  21. The process by which a neutron decays into a proton, electron, and antineutrino is called _______ decay. (beta)
  22. The energy released from nuclear reactions can be used to generate _______ electricity. (clean)
  23. The study of the effects of radiation on living organisms is called _______. (radiobiology)
  24. The process of converting radioactive isotopes into stable nuclei is called _______. (decay)
  25. The development of peaceful applications of nuclear technology is crucial for _______ development. (sustainable)
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