Nuclear Forces, Defect of Mass and Binding Energy Practice Questions

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Nuclear Forces, Defect of Mass and Binding Energy Revision Questions

1. A powerful energy source emits 9 × 1014 J of energy in every second. How much time would it take to produce a 2 kg object from this energy if the suitable technology was available?

  1. 20 s
  2. 100 s
  3. 200 s
  4. 2000 s

Correct Answer: C

2. What is the binding energy of a tritium (31H) nucleus in Joules? The corresponding atom is neutral and the mass of tritium atom is 3.016 u.

  1. 0.008 J
  2. 9.83 × 10-13 J
  3. 3.28 × 10-29 J
  4. 2.95 × 10-12 J

Correct Answer: D

3. Calculate the mass defect of a lithium (63Li) nucleus in atomic mass unit if m (63Li) = 6.015 u. Refer to the periodic table and other constants given in theory for any unknown quantity.

  1. 0.048 u
  2. 0.033 u
  3. 0.024 u
  4. 6.048 u

Correct Answer: B

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