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Punjab 10th Class Physics Chapter 9 Atomic and Nuclear Physics Mcqs Test Online

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Punjab 10th Class Physics Chapter 9 Atomic and Nuclear Physics Mcqs Test Online

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1. When a heavy nucleus splits into two lighter nuclei, the process would:
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2. Release of energy by the Sun is due to:
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3. Isotopes are atoms of same element with different:
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4. The mass of neutron is nearly equal to the mass of:
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5. The half-life of certain isotope is 1 day. What is the quantity of the isotope after 2 days?
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6. The elements showing radioactivity have atomic number greater than:
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7. Radioactivity is a _________ process.
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8. Which one is a radioactive element?
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9. If atomic number is 92 and mass number is 235 of an atom, then number of electrons will be:

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10. The range for a-rays emitted by Uranium is:
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11. What happens to the atomic number of an element which emits one alpha particle and a beta particle?
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12. In metals, the current is produced due to the flow of:

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13. Which among the following radiations has more penetrating power?
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14. When Uranium (92 protons) ejects a beta particle, how many protons are left in the remaining nucleus?
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15. The central part of an atom is called:
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16. Who discovered the process of radioactivity?
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17. The isotopes, which emit radiations, are called:
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18. β-rays carry β charge.


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19. The reason carbon-dating works is that:

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20. One of the isotopes of uranium is ²³⁸₉₂U. The number of neutrons in this isotope is:
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