2. Which is an impossible isotope of oxygen?
Fusion Beta particle emission nuclear transformation nuclear fission none of these
3. 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
4. What is the result when Uranium-239 undergoes beta-particle emission, and then undergoes beta particle emission again?
232/90 Th 236/90 Th 235/94 Pu 239/94 Pu None of these
5. The process of combining two light nuclei to form a heavier, more stable nucleus is known as (blank).
Fission Fusion Annihilation Photonation None of these
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