By John R. Lamarsh
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1 w/o. 0439 = 7. 78 x REFERENCES General Arya, A. : Addison-Wesley, 1 974. , Concepts of Modern Physics, 5th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1 994, Chapters 3, 4, 5, 1 1 , 1 2, 1 3, and 1 4. Burcham, W. , Nuclear Physics: An Introduction, 2nd ed. Reprint Ann Arbor. Foster, A. , and R. L. , Basic Nuclear Engineering, 4th ed. Paramus: Prentice Hall, 1 982, Chapter 2 and 3. Goble, A. T. , and K. K. Baker, Elements of Modern Physics, 2nd ed. New York: Ronald Press, 1 97 1 , Chapters 8-10. , Nuclear Physics, 2nd ed.
If the density of the earth were equal to that of nuclei, how big would the earth be? 15. The complete combustion of 1 kg of bituminous coal releases about 3 x 1 07 J in heat energy. The conversion of 1 g of mass into energy is equivalent to the burning of how much coal? 16. The fission of the nucleus of 235 U releases approximately 200 MeV. How much en ergy (in kilowatt-hours and megawatt-days) is released when 1 g of 235 U undergoes fission? 17. Compute the neutron-proton mass difference in MeV.
Itneutrons must beoremphasized that radioactive nuclei ordinarily do not decay by emitting protons. 9 RADIOACTIVITY CALCU LATIONS the decay nuclei arelawrelatively owing toCalculations the fact thatof there is onlyof radioactive one fundamental governingstraightforward, all decay processes. This law states that the probability per unit time that a nucleus will decay is a constant of time. 6 the decay of a sample of radioactive material. If at time t there areaverage, n et) atoms that as yet have not decayed, An (t) dt of these will decay, on the time interval d t between t and t + d t.
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering (3rd Edition) by John R. Lamarsh