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

2. The type of emission where an electron is given off is known as (blank).
Alpha particle emission Beta particle emission electron capture positron emission None of these

3. If exactly one neutron from each fission event in a fission reaction causes another fission event, the process is said to be (blank).
Critical Sub-Critical Large Fissionable Event None of these

4. 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

5. Which is more dangerous, a nuclie with a short half-life or a nuclide with a large half-life?
Short half-life Large half-life I am Superman! Both have no effect upon me! Half-life? None of these

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