Atomic Energy Exercises
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Atomic Energy Exercise Name Institution Response to question 7A Case 1 The quantity of energy needed to push particles close together for curve 1 is more compared to that for curve 2. This is so because of the combination of electrostatic repulsion force which extends over large distances and is combined with nuclear attraction force that extends over small distances.
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It may also be defined as the total energy required to completely separating the nucleons in the nucleus of an atom. In addition, the energy may be defined as the… s defect (Podgorsak 17), in a nucleus comes about due to the fact that under normal convection, the mas of the protons and nucleons is assigned a rounded off value, 1, which is not the actual mass…
Mass Spectrospcopy
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Mass Spectroscopy Mass spectroscopy, also called mass spectrometry, is an analytical technique performed in the laboratory to divide constituents of a given sample according to their mass. Basically, in this technique, a substance is subjected to electromagnetic forces that have sufficient energy to fragment the molecule.…
MRI (Classical theory Magnetic resonance)
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An atom is composed of the nucleus (neutrons and proton with electrons revolving around the nucleus in orbits. The most basic… n electromagnetic laws a nucleus spining around its own axis with an electric charge will cause a small magnetic moment (composed of spin and charge) (Donald W et al. 2010). The rotation (spin) of the nucleus is perpendicular to the…
Geology assignment
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This dating method is based on the decay of naturally occurring radioactive elements. On the other hand, relative dating places historical events in their correct order but fails to provide numerical… This principle states that different fossil species always appear and disappear in the same order, and that once a fossil species goes extinct, it disappears and…
Atomic Bombing
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The essay under the title "Atomic Bombing" is focused on the cases of the atomic bombing, namely, the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Admittedly, There were at most 200,000 number of Japanese civilians who were reported to die from that nuclear bombing.… The consequences of nuclear warfare were already foreseen, and as a matter of fact, at the top of its…
Atomic Bomb
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Atomic Bomb Your Last Name History and Political Science Instructor Name 11/08/2011 Was it necessary to drop the atomic bomb to end World War II? Hiroshima: Why America Dropped the Atomic Bomb by Ronald Takaki (pp. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1995.) In this book Ronald Takaki, a renowned historian, surveys the reasons behind America’s decision to bomb Japan; Was Hiroshima bombed to hasten the end of war or indicate the initiation of the Cold War?…
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Metals and ceramic materials differ in atomic bonding. Metals are tough because of the metallic atomic bonding. When stress is applied, positive charged ions slides and rolls over each other. The ions rolls and slides without breaking the atomic bond caused by the attraction… f the same charge slides and goes anywhere for the bonding is loose, the ions of the…
Understanding The Periodic Table
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The Periodic table of elements is one of the tools in chemistry that plays a significant role in understanding the behavior of all the known elements. It provides useful information on the size of the atom of the element, its natural state at room temperature and its physical properties (Interactives, n.d.). … All matter is made up of very small particles…
The atomic bomb essay
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Professor Name Day Month Year Atomic Bomb Essay Summary/Context There was an editorial published in the New York Times on December 9, 1945 titled ‘Debating the Atomic Bomb’. This short editorial focused in the social responsibility that the scientists developing weapons of mass destruction have.… This editorial makes it a point to mention that, if a third…
The Making of the Atomic Bomb
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This book's detail is the full story of how the bomb was developed, from the turn-of-the-century discovery of the vast energy locked inside the atom to the dropping of the first bombs on Japan. A small number of great discoveries have evolved so swiftly - or have been so misunderstood.… In 1939, a number of scientists became responsive of the theoretical…
The Making of the Atomic Bomb
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This book’s detail is the full story of how the bomb was developed, from the turn-of-the-century discovery of the vast energy locked inside the atom to the dropping of the first bombs on Japan. A small number of great discoveries have evolved so swiftly - or have been so… ning rapidity, while scientists known only to their peers -- Szilard, Teller,…
Calmodulin
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Calmodulin is a protein which is referred to as a “calcium binding protein” and this protein is known to be present in both animals and the plants. The protein comprises of 148 amino acids and it possesses four sites which are referred to as “domains” where calcium can… Calmodulin possesses a very important function of stimulating the functioning of different…
Griffith's theory of fracture
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Ceramics and Metals have different atomic structure and ionic bonding.Ceramic materials have both ionic and covalent bonds.Ionic bond is the one that keeps them brittle.Ionic bond is lose and no definite direction.The positive and negative ions are arranged and are held together by attraction created by each other of different charge.… Ceramics and Metals have…
How the scientific method is illustrated by the development of the atomic model
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This theory was proposed by John Dalton, and it explains that matter comprises of tiny, unchangeable, and indestructible atoms. These atoms normally pass through… Nevertheless, atomic model is an important concept that helps in illustrating a scientific method. Take for example; it is very easy to illustrate the stoichiometric process, by the use of atoms, as…
Zinc
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INTRODUCTION TO ZINC: Zinc has its origin form the German word “Zin” which means Tin. Zinc is found in the group IIb in the periodic table. Zinc is a transition metal having a lustrous blue white appearance. … But it varies with different temperatures, as the appearance becomes ductile when heated at ranges 110-150 °C. Zinc is a reactive metal that was first…
President Truman's decision to drop Atomic Bomb
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While some people consider it as an example of unethical political decision-making, for some others, it was the most ethical decision available at that point of time… In the words of Walker, another option available for Truman was to try a Normandy-type amphibious landing. In this case, the estimated casualty would have been anything around a million (2008, p.…
Determination of Mercury content in Canned Tuna brands using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) and use Isoto
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Determination of Mercury content in Canned Tuna brands using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Mercury (Hg) is one of the most harmful environmental pollutants due to its toxicity and is accumulation in aquatic organisms. This heavy metal is regarded as one of the most toxic element bearing great impact on human and ecosystem health.… The relative…
The use of isotopes in medicine
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The Use of Isotopes in Archaeology Name of of Instructor Name of Institution The Use of Isotopes in Archaeology Introduction Generally, isotopes are atoms of a single element, having a proton number equal to the number of electrons, but they differ in the number of neutrons.… This physical difference explains why a process like fractional distillation can be…
Atomic Theory Webquest
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Complete 1. a. What is the law of conservation of mass? The law of conservation of mass states that the mass of a given system does not change in any ordinary chemical reaction or more simply, the mass of reacting species is always equal to the mass of the substances formed by a chemical reaction (Sterner).… Lavoisier was able to carry out a series of…
Determination of Mercury content in Canned Tuna brands using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) and use Isotope ratio to pinpoint where mercury is coming from
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This heavy metal is regarded as one of the most toxic element bearing great impact on human and ecosystem health. Due to population growth and… Additionally, this chemical form of mercury is also toxic due to its high liposolubility. However, all the forms of mercury released in the ecosystem undergo biogeochemical transformation processes hence converted to…
Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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in Zuberi 623).The statement gives rise to many questions about the error and those who committed it. Even today, after over 60 years of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, many questions are… As commonly perceived, atomic bombs were intended as a deterrent to the German threat, but ended up as an offensive weapon of mass destruction against Japan in order to…
Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima
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The early hours of 6th August 1945 turned out to be one of the most frightful for the people of Hiroshima. Enola Gay, the B-29 American bomber took off from the Island of Tinian and headed towards the city of Hiroshima in Japan. The United States of America had planned to drop of the first ever atomic bomb on Hiroshima.… A little more than half a minute after…
Trumans Decision regarding the Atomic Bombs
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The decision was taken by the then American President Harry Truman in order to destroy Japan’s power to continue the war. According to Truman he made this… The general consensus is that Truman took the decision in order to put an end to an expensive war and save the national resources. This paper focuses on the question Why did Truman make this decision…
Organic chemistry
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Due to the strength of this bond the absorption peak is at a higher intensity. The absorption peak at 1716 per cm at the spectrum… A careful look at the peaks results displayed by the NMR of the substance is also required. A singlet peak at a chemical shift value of 11.1ppm confirms the presence of the COOH group. Peak at 2.4ppm is due to the presence of the…
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