1. Which is an impossible isotope of oxygen?
Fusion Beta particle emission nuclear transformation nuclear fission none of these

2. What type of radiation is this: x/y A + 0/-1e --> x/y-1 B (Note that B is not Boron)
Alpha particle emission Beta particle emission electron capture positron emission None of these

3. The reaction: 14/7 C --> 0/-1 e + 14/7 N is an example of a (blank) emission.
Alpha particle emission Beta particle emission electron capture positron emission None of these

4. All radio active decay is:
Zero Order First Order Zero and First Order First and Second Order None of these

5. If nuclide X has a change in its mass number, then it must have undergone:
Alpha particle emission Beta particle emission electron capture positron emission None of these

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