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What factors have led to the recent “nuclear renaissance?”
1)uncertainty and increased expense of building conventional coal power plants
2) technological advances in methods for disposing of nuclear waste
3) creating additional nuclear capacity is a political priority in the Unites States
d) Both 1 and 3
e) All of these
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all of these
Thank you so much for the information. I was pretty sure it was all of them but could not find the information in the book I was reading.
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Fission products with short half-lives that are products of U-235 fission:
a) mimic nutrients essential for good health
b) can be incorporated into bones, teeth, muscle and the thyroid gland
c) continue to decay even after being ingested
d) can cause cancer
e) all of these
I found some information about half-live and U-235 but unable to decipher the information correctly.
this one involves bit of biology and i am really weak in biology.. sorry, no clue at all..
Thank you for trying.
i think theyre all kinda bad, although not terribly dangerous if handled properly. for example, we use depleted uranium as ballast for aircraft. as long as its left unaltered, its not dangerous, so long as you dont burn it, scratch it, grind it, or try to work it in any way that causes dust or debris from it.