Question:

REVIEW Lesson 5 On a sheet of paper, write either fission or fusion to complete each sentence. 1. The splitting of a large atom

REVIEW
Lesson 5
On a sheet of paper, write either fission or fusion to complete
each sentence.
1. The splitting of a large atom into two or more smaller
chain reactions to produce
the sum of the masses of its
atoms is a reaction.
2. The joining of two atoms to produce a larger atom
is a reaction.
3. Nuclear power plants use.
electricity.
On a sheet of paper, write the letter of the answer that
completes each sentence.
4. The mass of a nucleus is
protons and neutrons.
A the same as
B slightly less than
5. When a nucleus is formed or split,
energy and released.
A the speed of light
B each proton and neutron
C slightly more than
D defined as
is converted to
C an electron
D the mass defect
6. The law of conservation of mass is true for
A chemical and nuclear reactions
B fusion and fission reactions
C fusion reactions, but not fission reactions
D chemical reactions, but not nuclear reactions
Critical Thinking
On a sheet of paper, write the answer to each question.
7. Compare the reactants and products of fission and fusion.
8. Explain a fission chain reaction.
9. How does the law of conservation of mass-energy apply to
nuclear reactions?
10. Give one advantage and one disadvantage of each of these
energy sources; fission, coal burning, and fusion.
2 Chapter 9 Nuclear Chemistry

REVIEW Lesson 5 On a sheet of paper, write either fission or fusion to complete each sentence. 1. The splitting of a large atom into two or more smaller chain reactions to produce the sum of the masses of its atoms is a reaction. 2. The joining of two atoms to produce a larger atom is a reaction. 3. Nuclear power plants use. electricity. On a sheet of paper, write the letter of the answer that completes each sentence. 4. The mass of a nucleus is protons and neutrons. A the same as B slightly less than 5. When a nucleus is formed or split, energy and released. A the speed of light B each proton and neutron C slightly more than D defined as is converted to C an electron D the mass defect 6. The law of conservation of mass is true for A chemical and nuclear reactions B fusion and fission reactions C fusion reactions, but not fission reactions D chemical reactions, but not nuclear reactions Critical Thinking On a sheet of paper, write the answer to each question. 7. Compare the reactants and products of fission and fusion. 8. Explain a fission chain reaction. 9. How does the law of conservation of mass-energy apply to nuclear reactions? 10. Give one advantage and one disadvantage of each of these energy sources; fission, coal burning, and fusion. 2 Chapter 9 Nuclear Chemistry

More Questions on S Block - Group 1

View all