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1.

When

3 Li

(a)

(c)

2.

3 Li

3B

[CPMT 1987]

(b)

8.

(d)

4 Be

4 Be

Nuclides

[BVP 2003]

9.

(c) Have specific atomic number and mass numbers

(d) Are isotopes

In the following nuclear reactions

7

14

17

2 He 8 O

X1 and

13

10.

4.

1H

(c)

2 He

and 0 n1

4

and 0 n1

1

0n

(d)

1

0n

and 1 H 1

and

2 He

11.

82 Pb

209

92 U

235

12.

Which particle can be used to change

13 Al

27

into

15 P

30

204

(a) I B

(b) I A

(c) III B

(d) V B

being

[UPSEAT 2000, 01, 02]

disintegrates. Carbon-14 disintegrates 50% in 5770 years.

Find the half-life of carbon-14

[DPMT 1996]

(a) Neutron

(b) -particle

(c) Proton

(d) Deuteron

(c)

X-rays

[UPSEAT 2001]

5770 years

13.

The half-life of

14

C is about

(c)

83 Bi

(d)

82 Pb

7.

(c)

(b)

6.

82 Pb

[MNR 1983]

207

5.

(a)

208

(b)

Al 27 1 D 2 14 Si28 X 2

(a)

into a proton. This results in the formation of a new element

having

(a) Same nuclear charge

3.

301

4.5 10 9 years

14.

years 200 mg of C14 sample will be reduced to 25 mg

(d) No change

15.

3 106 min 1 . Its half-life is

radioactive

element

is

22.

element X will be

(c)

23.

16.

concentration in 6.93 minutes.It further decays half in next

6.93 minutes. The rate constant for the reaction is

[RPET 2000]

17.

24.

(c) 32 grams

(d) 8 grams

(a) 1/16

(b) 1/12

(c) 1/4

(d) 1/32

behind after 4 hrs in 1gm sample

[BHU 1997]

25.

4.56 10

21

[AIIMS 1980]

atoms

15.2 min 1 g 1 of carbon ( t1 / 2 5760 years) respectively.

of a radioactive element is

21.

(b) 2 grams

6400 years will be

[AFMC 2003]

(c)

20.

(a) 16 grams

19.

substance left after 15 years, when initial amount is 64

grams is

[AIEEE 2002]

18.

(a)

N 2 years

(b) 2 N years

(c)

1 2

N years

2

(d) Infinity

[KCET 1998]

15.2

years

7.6

(c)

7.6

years

15.2

5760

26.

much time should elaspe before the element is reduced to

1

th of the original mass

[EAMCET 1990]

8

(b) 5760

27.

87. In nature they occur in the ratio of 75% and 25%

respectively. The atomic weight of the element will be

approximately

(a) 86.0

(b) 86.5

(c) 85.5

(d) 85.75

(a) 40 minutes

(b) 60 minutes

(c) 80 minutes

What % of radioactivity of that material will remain after 45

minutes

[MP PMT 1991]

(a) 10 %

(b) 12.5%

(c) 15%

(d) 17.5%

226

28.

[EAMCET 1982]

be

226

Ra will

(a) 3.7 10

(b) 3.7 10

3.7 10

(c)

29.

isotope of hydrogen is

[IIT 1986]

(a) 6

(b) 5

(c) 4

(d) 3

Nuclear Chemistry

303

(SET -7)

21.

1 H 1 4 Be 8

1.

(b)

2.

symbol of the element and representing the atomic

number and mass number as subscript and superscript

respectively are called nuclides.

3 Li

3.

4.

27

2 He 15 P

30

(c) x-rays do not carry any charge and hence are not

deflected by electric and magnetic fields.

7.

1

8.

(c)

9.

10.

11.

radioactivity is nuclear distingration.

12.

on

82 Pb

208

.

reaction,

14.

25

1 1

1

1

(d) 25 200,

200 8 2

2

2

24.

0.693

16.

1 gm. sample.

18.

Use, t

20.

(b) N

1

No

9

N

2.303

t1 / 2 log o .

0.693

N

No

23

1

1

N o 64 8 grams.

8

8

6400

4

1600

4

2.303

ro

.

r

26.

log

25

75

Atomic mass =

85

87

100

100

6375 2175

85.5 .

100

2.303 t1 / 2

N0

N

log o

, use t

0.693

N

2n

27.

(b) N

28.

No

45

3

and n

15

2n

25.

(b) t1 / 2 20 minute, N

2n

17.

19.

No

1

1

1

.

N No , N 1 , N

2

2

16

0.693

2.31 105 min.

3 10 6 min 1

0.693 0.693

(a) k

0.10 min 1

t1 / 2

6.93

t

15

3

t1 / 2

5

T t1 / 2 n, or n

(a) t1 / 2

N X t1 / 2 ( X)

4.9 10 4

, t1 / 2 ( X)

245 days.

NY

t1 / 2 (Y )

2 10 6

15.

23.

but

(b)

Now N

13.

..(ii)

N

1

, from eq. (i)

No 4

22.

14

..(i), t = n t1/ 2

1 1

1

1

1

or or , n 2 ; from eq. (ii)

4 2

2

2

2

t 3160

T1 / 2

1580 yrs.

n

2

on

6.

For Ra 226

(b)

Al

1

N No

2

5.

13

100

12.5% .

23

29.

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