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The eventual decay of any particular radioactive atom is random – we can not know when it will decay. The half life of an isotope is the time that it takes for half of the atoms to decay. For example … Continue reading
Taylor Wilson built a nuclear fusion reactor when he was 14 and has a deep interest in all things nuclear and radioactive. He has spoken at a couple of TED talks and spoken to Barack Obama regarding his research into … Continue reading
Registered users can complete the Radioactivity Quiz task with 20 multiple choice questions. Please note that you have only 60 minutes to complete this task and that each user can only complete it once.
Nuclear fission, Chain reactions, Mass defect, Atomic mass units , Uranium 235 fission, Energy released: E = mc2, Binding energy Download the notes. Download the video.
Nerdling was an online Science issues magazine produced in the early 2000s. I’m not too sure of it’s origins or the authors, but it certainly is a fantastic compilation of nuclear facts. Nerdling nuclear issue
A look at the measurement and effects of radiation doses. Download the notes. Download the video. Links: Calculate your radiation dose Radiation dose chart