RANE
  • RANE
CAN SOMEONE POST ANY Q' RELATED TO BINDING ENERGY AND RADIATION, DOSE EQUIVALENT
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RANE
  • RANE
ok i'll be more specific (LOL) I want revision q's related to dose equivalent, absorbed dose, binding energy

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Jack1
  • Jack1
what's the specific subject you're studying
RANE
  • RANE
phys
Jack1
  • Jack1
...rane... *tsk within physics, what course is it ie University of Melbourne PHYS0021: Physics, Radiation and Applications
Jack1
  • Jack1
this is a lecturers walkthrough concerning binding energy with some practice questions
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Jack1
  • Jack1
this is a sample exam concerning binding energy http://www.seethesolutions.net/practice-exams-topic/257/?hideanswers=1
Jack1
  • Jack1
This is an exerp from Fullers book "Physics including Human Applications" Chapter 31 focuses on everything Nuclear There are some decent Binding-Energy problems at the end
Jack1
  • Jack1
the more specific you are the more i can help though, wasn't trying to be creepy or stalkerish hay ;P
Jack1
  • Jack1
as for dose equivalent, i have nothing on hand... maybe try: www.bing.com www.lycoss.com ...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
here's one A radioactive sample of 228-Ra (half-life 1.60 x 10 ^ 3 years) emits alpha-particle. The alpha particle ionize the air surrounding the sample. The average number of singly-charged ions produced by each alpha-particle is 2 x 10 ^ 5 . When all the ions produced in air by these alpha particle are collected, the ionization current is about 0.08 x 10 ^6 Ampere. What is the number of 228-Ra atoms in the sample? A. 2 x 10^ 17 B .8 x 10^16 C. 5 x 10 ^9 D. 3 x 10^ 9

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