Determine the energy released in the process :

${}_{1}H_{2}+{}_{1}H_{2}\to {}_{2}H{e}^{4}+Q$

Given :M $\left({}_{1}H_{2}\right)$= 2.01471 amu

M$\left({}_{2}H{e}^{4}\right)$= 4.00388 amu

(1) 3.79 MeV              (2) 13.79 MeV               (3) 0.79 MeV           (4) 23.79 MeV

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Mass-energy equivalent
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The binding energy per nucleon of deuterium and helium atom is 1.1 MeV and 7.0 MeV. If two deuterium nuclei fuse to form a helium atom, the energy released is

(1) 19.2 MeV            (2) 23.6 MeV             (3) 26.9 MeV                (4) 13.9 MeV

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Nuclear binding energy
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In a fission reaction,

${}_{92}{}^{236}U\to {}_{117}X+{}_{117}Y+n+n$

the binding energy per nucleon of X and Y is 8.5 MeV whereas of ${}_{236}U$ is 7.6 MeV. The total energy liberated will be about 

(1) 2000 MeV          (2) 200 MeV               (3) 2 MeV            (4) 1 keV

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A nuclear reaction along with the masses of the particle taking part in it is as follows;

The energy Q liberated in the reaction is

(1) 1.234 MeV                         (2) 0.931 MeV

(3) 0.465 MeV                         (4) 1.862 MeV

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A nuclear decay is expressed as

${}_{6}C_{11}\to {}_{5}B_{11}+{\beta }^{+}+X$

Then the unknown particle X is:

(1) Neutron          (2) antineutrino             (3) proton               (4) neutrino

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Types of decay
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${m}_{p}$ denotes the mass of a proton and  ${m}_{n}$ that of a neutron. A given nucleus of binding energy BE, contains Z protons and N neutrons. The mass m (N, Z) of the nucleus is given by 

(1) m(N, Z) = N${m}_{n}$+Z${m}_{p}$- BE${c}^{2}$

(2) m(N, Z) = N${m}_{n}$ + Z${m}_{p}$ + BE${c}^{2}$

(3) m(N, Z) = N${m}_{n}$ + Z${m}_{p}$ - BE / ${c}^{2}$

(4) m(N, Z) = N${m}_{n}$ + Z${m}_{p}$ + BE / ${c}^{2}$

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Nuclear binding energy
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When a deuterium is bombarded on ${}_{8}O_{16}$ nucleus, an $\alpha$-particle is emitted, then the product nucleus is 

(1) ${}_{7}N_{13}$          (2) ${}_{5}B_{10}$              (3) ${}_{4}B{e}^{9}$                 (4) ${}_{7}N_{14}$

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Types of decay
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A nuclear reaction given by    

(1) fusion         (2) fission           (3) $\beta$-decay         (4) $\gamma$-decay

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Types of decay
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The mass of ${}_{7}N_{15}$ is 15.00011 amu, mass of ${}_{8}O_{16}$ is 15.99492 amu and ${m}_{p}$= 1.00783 amu. Determine binding energy of the last proton of ${}_{8}O_{16}$

(1) 2.13 MeV          (2) 0.13 MeV           (3) 10 MeV               (4) 12.13 MeV

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The rate of disintegration of a fixed quantity of a radioactive substance can be increased by

(1) increasing the temperature

(2) increasing the pressure

(3) chemical reaction

(4) it is not possible

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