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1) An electric field cannot deflect A) X-rays B) particle C) neutrons D) rays Which of the following is not emitted by a radioactive substance? A) particles B) positron C) proton D) neutron Which rays contain (positive) charged particle A) rays B) rays C) rays D) Xrays The particles or radiation emitted in the nuclear reaction A A A -4 Z-1RA-4 will be respectively, ZX Z+1Y Z-1R A) , , B) , , C) , , D) , , Which rays are not deflected in electric and magnetic fields A) Xrays B) rays C) rays D) none of these The half life of radium is about 1600 years. Of 100 g of radium existing now, 25 g will remain unchanged after A) 4800 years B) 6400 years C) 2400 years D) 3200 years

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A radioactive element ZXA emits an particle and changes into A A) Z 2Y A4 B) ZY A4 C) Z 2Y A D) Z + 2Y A radioactive element X with a half life of 2 hours decays giving a stable element Y. After a time of t hours ratio of X to Y atoms is 1 : 7, then the value of t is A) 4 B) 6 C) Between 4 and 6 D) 14 An electric field can deflect A) X rays B) Neutrons C) particle D) Gamma rays The antiparticle of electron is A) Positron B) Proton C) particle D) particle Plutonium decays with half life of 24000 years. If plutonium is stored for 72000 years, the fraction of it that remains is A) 1 /8 B) 1 /3 C) 1 /4 D) 1 /2 B210 has a half life of 5 days. The time taken for seven-eighth of a sample to decay is A) 3.4 days B) 10 days C) 15 days D) 20 days A radioactive substance has a half life of four months. Three fourths of the substance will decay in A) 3 months B) 4 months C) 8 months

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The half life of radon is 3.8 days. After how many days will only one twentieth of a radon sample be left over? A) 15.45 days B) 10.00 days C) 16.45 days D) 18.01 days The percentage of the original quantity of a radioactive material left after five half lives is approximately A) 1% B) 3% C) 5% D) 20 % The half life of radium is 1600 years. The fraction of a sample of radium that would remain undecayed after 6400 years is A) 1/ 2 B) 1/ 4 C) 1/ 8 D) 1/ 16 A sample of a radioactive substance has 106 nuclei. Its half life is 20 seconds. The number of nuclei that will be left after 10 seconds is approx. A) 1 105 B) 2 105 C) 7 105 D) 8 105 Nuclear fusion is possible A) only between light nuclei B) only between heavy nuclei C) between both light and heavy nuclei D) only between nuclei which are stable against -decay When a hydrogen bomb explodes, which of the following is used? A) fission B) fusion C) neither of two D) both

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If in a nuclear fusion process the masses of the fusing nuclei be m1 and m2 and the mass of the resultant nucleus be m3, then A) m3 = m1 + m2 B) m3 = m1 m2 C) m3 < (m1 + m2) D) m3 >(m1 + m2) If M is the atomic mass, A is the mass number then (M A)/A is called A) binding energy B) Fermi energy C) Mass defect D) packing fraction Which of the following is the best nuclear fuel A) Thorium 236 B) Plutonium 239 C) Uranium 236 D) Neptunium 239 Of the following materials, the good moderator is A) Cadmium B) Graphite C) Helium D) Ordinary water The mean binding energy per nucleon in the nucleus of an atom is nearly A) 8 eV B) 8 KeV C) 8 MeV D) 8 GeV The process of fusion is used in the construction of A) an atom bomb B) a hydrogen bomb C) an ordinary bomb D) a neutron bomb The energy released when 1 a.m.u. of mass is completely converted into energy is A) 1 MeV B) 391 MeV C) 931 MeV D) 106 MeV

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If 10% of a substance decays in 10 days, then approximate percentage of substance left after 24 days is A) 78 B) 70 C) 75 D) 80 Half life of a substance is 20 minutes. What is the time between 33% decay and 67 % decay? A) 20 minutes B) 25 minutes C) 30 minutes D) 40 minutes. At a given time there are 25% undecayed nuclei in a sample. After 10 seconds number of undecayed nuclei reduces to 12.5%. Then mean life of the nuclei will be about A) 10 sec B) 15 sec C) 20 sec D) 22 sec 90 % of a radioactive sample is left undisintegrated after time has elapsed, what percentage of initial sample will decay in a total time 2 ? A) 38 % B) 19% C) 9% D) 62 % A radio-active element has half life of 15 yrs. What is the fraction that will decay in 30 yrs. A) 0.25 B) 0.50 C) 0.75 D) 0.85 A radioactive material decays by simultaneous emission of two particles with respective half lives 1620 and 810 years. The time in years, after which onefourth of the material remains is A) 1080 B) 2340 C) 3240 D) 4860

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Which of the following radiations has the least wave length? A) rays B) rays C) Xrays D) rays A radioactive sample at any instant has a disintegration rate of 5000 disintegrations per minute. After 5 minutes, the rate is 1250 disintegrations/min. Then decay constant (per minute) is A) 0.2 ln 2 B) 0.1 ln 2 C) 0.8 ln 2 D) 0.2 ln 4 As the mass number A increases, which of the following quantities related to a nucleus does not change? A) binding energy B) density C) volume D) mass In which of the following decays does the element not change? A) decay B) -decay C) + -decay D) decay Which of the following are electromagnetic waves? A) rays B) beta-minus rays C) beta-plus rays D) rays

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Magnetic field does not cause deflection in A) gamma rays B) beta-minus rays C) beta-plus rays D) alpha rays The half life of I131 is 8 days. Given a sample of I131 at time t = 0, we can assert that A) no nucleus will decay before t = 4 days B) no nucleus will decay before t = 8 days C) all nuclei will decay before t = 16 days D) a given nucleus may decay after t = 0 In any nuclear reaction the reactants and the resultants must always be in conformity with the law of conservation of A) energy alone B) charge number alone C) mass number alone D) both charge and mass number Choose the WRONG statement. A) The nuclear force becomes weak if the nucleus contains too many protons compared to the number of neutrons. B) The nuclear force becomes weak if the nucleus contains too many neutrons compared to the number of protons. C) Nuclei with atomic number greater than 82 show a tendency to disintegrate. D) The nuclear force becomes very strong if the nucleus contains a large number of nucleons. What is particle in the following nuclear reaction? 9 4 12 Be + He C+ 4 2 6 A) Electron B) Proton C) Neutron D) Photon

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When aluminium is bombarded with fast neutrons, it changes into sodium with emission of particle according to the equation 24 27 A1 + 01 n N a + 13 11 What is x? A) electron B) proton C) neutron D) alpha- particle

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Graphite and heavy water are two common moderators used in a nuclear reactor. The function of the moderator is A) to slow down the neutrons to thermal energies B) to absorb the neutrons and stop the chain reaction C) to cool the reactor D) to control the energy released in the reactor Cadmium rods are used in a nuclear reactor for A) slowing down fast neutrons B) speeding up slow neutrons C) absorbing neutrons D) regulating the power level of the reactor. How much energy is released when one amu is wholly converted into energy? A) 1 MeV B) 200 MeV C) 931 MeV D) 10 6 MeV In the equation 27 4 30 A1 + He P+X, 13 2 15 The correct symbol for X is A) B) C) D)

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Choose the WRONG statement. A thermonuclear fusion reactor is better than a fission reactor for the following reason: A) For the same mass of substances involved, a fusion reaction releases much more energy than a fission reaction. B) A fusion reaction can be much more easily controlled than a fission reaction. C) A fusion reaction produces almost no radioactive waste. D) The fuel required for fusion is readily available in abundance from seawater. Which of the following particles can be added to the nucleus of an atom without changing its chemical properties? A) Electrons B) Protons C) Neutrons D) Alpha Particles The average number of neutrons released by the fission of one uranium atom is A) 1 B) 2 C) 2.5 D) 3 What A) B) C) D) What A) B) C) D) is the main source of energy of the sun? Gravitational energy liberated during the slow contraction of the sun. Combustion of pure carbon present in the sun Nuclear fission of heavier unstable elements in the sun Nuclear fusion of lighter elements in the sun. is the rest mass energy of an electron? 1 eV 0.51 MeV 931 MeV none of these

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The chemical behaviour of an atom depends upon A) the number of electrons orbiting around its nucleus B) the number of protons in its nucleus C) the number of neutrons in its nucleus D) the number of nucleons in its nucleus.

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After two hours 1/16th of the initial amount of a certain radioactive isotope remains undecayed. The half life of the isotope is A) 15 min B) 30 min C) 45 min D) 1 hour The half life of a certain radio isotope is 10 minutes. The number of radioactive nuclei at a given instant of time is 108. Then the number of radioactive nuclei left 5 minutes later would be 10 8 A) 2 B) 104 C) 2 10 7 10 8 D) 2 The half life of Pa-218 is 3 minutes. What mass of a 16 g sample of Pa-218 will remain after 15 minutes? A) 3.2 g B) 2.0 g C) 1.6 g D) 0.5 g A radioactive element X has atomic number Z and atomic mass number A. It decays by the emission of an alpha particle and a gamma ray. The new element is A) B) C) D)

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Two radioactive sources A and B initially contain equal number of radioactive atoms. Sources A has a half-life of 1 hour and source B has a half-life of 2 hours. At the end of 2 hours, the ratio of the rate of disintegration of A to that of B is A) 1:2 B) 2:1 C) 1:1 D) 1:4 Two radioactive elements X and Y have half-life times of 50 minutes and 100 minutes respectively. Samples X and Y initially contain equal numbers of atoms. After 200 minutes, the ratio Number of undecayed atoms of X is Number of undecayed atoms of Y A) 4 B) 2 C) 1/2. D) 1/4. A uranium nucleus (atomic number 92, mass number 238) emits an alpha particle and the resultant nucleus emits a particle. The atomic and mass numbers respectively of the final nucleus are A) 90,240 B) 90,236 C) 91,234 D) 92,232 Beta rays emitted by a radioactive material are A) electromagnetic radiation B) the electrons orbiting around the nucleus C) charged particles emitted by the nucleus D) neutral particles The equation 4 4 1 H+ 2 He+ + 2e+ + 26 MeV represents

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The binding energy per nucleon is maximum in the case of 4 A) 2He 56 B) 26Fe 141 C) 56ba 235 D) 92U The mass defect for the nucleus of helium is 0.0303 a.m.u What is the binding energy per nucleus for helium in MeV? A) 28 B) 7 C) 4 D) 1 The binding energy of hydrogen atom is A) 1.0 eV B) Infinite C) -13.6 eV D) Zero After one a and two -emissions A) Mass number reduces by 2 B) Mass number reduces by 4 C) Mass number reduces by 6 D) Atomic number increases by one. Half-life of a radioactive element depends upon A) The amount of element present B) Temperature C) Pressure D) Nature of material The relationship between desintegeration constant ( ) and half life (T) will be log 2 A) = 10 T log e 2 B) = T T C) = log e 2 log e 2 D) = T2

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