How does nuclear reaction differ from ordinary chemical reaction?
similarity between nuclear reaction and ordinary reaction
A nuclear reaction involve also the atomic nucleus and can change the nature of the chemical element.
Answer Nuclear reactions involve changes in the nucleus of atoms -- the number of protons and/or neutrons is changed. Chemical reactions do not cause any changes at all in the nucleus. Instead, in a chemical reaction, the electron clouds of atoms are interacting, and all changes are occurring with the electrons that surround the nucleus.
In nuclear reactions, it is mainly the nucleus of the atom that reacts i.e. the neutrons and protons. In a chemical reaction, it is the electrons that react.
yes, they differ. because the substances that form in a chemical reaction are theproducts formed due to the reaction between of two or more reactants.
They contain different combinations of particles.
An endothermic reaction is a chemical reaction that absorbs more energy than it releases. An exothermic reaction is a chemical reaction that releases more energy than it absorbs.
How do the masses of the atoms produced as a result of afusion reaction differ from the masses of the atoms that result from a nuclear fission reaction?
The products are very different.
Combustion contains explosive force where chemical reactions are not always such.
In a condensation reaction monomers link to form polymers through a chemical reaction. In a hydrolysis reaction water is used to break down a polymer.
properties differ from original materials
Yummy, Chemistry :) Redox reactions - Oxidation reaction This is a reaction in which atoms have undergone a change in their oxidation state.
Products have different structure and chemical composition compared with reactants; so the chemical and physical properties differ.
Would the result of antacid tablet in water differ if the reaction were carried out in a sealed container?
this chemical reaction forms a gas that may rupture the container or explode.
no it does not, water is liquid in its original form. water particles differ from ordinary water. water is liquid, they do not differ.
In a chemical reaction, the only part of the atom affected are the valence (outer energy level) electrons. Chemical reactions can result in new elements or compounds forming from different arrangements of the same original elements. The nucleus of the atom is unaffected. In a nuclear reaction, the nucleus of the atom comes into play. The nucleus can be broken up into smaller nuclei, or a neutron can decay into a proton and an electron… Read More
In a chemical reaction the products have new and different characteristics from the reactants, and the products cannot reform into the reactants through physical means. In a physical reaction, the properties of the products are the same as the properties of the substances that make it up, and they can be separated through physical means such evaporation, filtering, and chromatography.
The reactions in which two or more substances combine to produce a single substance are known as Combination or Synthesis Reaction. They may be represented by X + Y → XY Combination reactions are usually exothermic. Chemical decomposition, analysis or breakdown is the separation of a chemical compound into elements or simpler compounds. It is sometimes defined as the exact opposite of a chemical synthesis.The generalized reaction for chemical decomposition is: AB → A +… Read More
The difference is the acids inside the battery which cause a different chemical reaction.
No They absolutely don't keep them the formed compound will have new properties that differ from them
The net ionic equation has only the species involved in the chemical reaction.
Nuclear change usually (but not always) changes the element of an atom itself; at the very least, it changes the isotope of the atom, altering its radiological properties (such as its half life). A chemical change means a change to a molecule in which the atom is bound.
A material is a uniform type of substance. A mixture is two or more materials combined together without a chemical reaction.
Lots more power per pound, and radioactive waste products. Most conventional weapons use chemical reactions to release energy and cause explosions. Such weapons would include those that use gun power, TNT, plastic explosives, etc. With a nuclear weapon, large amounts of energy are released through a nuclear fission (atomic bomb) or the fusion reaction between isotopes of hydrogen (thermonuclear bomb).
a chemical reaction provides a result that cannot change, like baking a cake. you can't unbake it. a physical reaction doesn't permanently alter the substance, like putting sprinkles on your cake; you can always take the sprinkles off...and be sad.
In a chemical reaction how do the chemical properties of the products compare with the chemical properties of the reactants?
the product's properties usually and may differ from the properties of the reactants. Example-salt-sodium, a soft explosive metal and chlorine, a toxic gas. make salt.
"Artificial transmutation" is a nuclear reaction induced in laboratory, its man made. Artificial radioactivity is a radioactive disintegration phenomenon supported by artificial isotopes.
What happens to the properties of atoms when they are joined through a chemical reaction to form a compound?
The atoms lose their individual properties and gain the properties of the compound.
Isotopes of a chemical element have the same number of protons and electrons but a different number of neutrons. A radioactive isotope is unstable and can emit nuclear radiations.
Nuclear fusion doesn't produce energy.
Enzymes are biological catalysts. Under the right conditions they are highly effective, but they are globular proteins and as such are denatured by heat and extremes of pH. Inorganic catalysts are usually unaffected by these factors.
The net ionic equations only represent the substances that make a change in the oxidation numbers, whereas a chemical equation shows all substances even they do not differ during the reaction.
Cancer cells differ in a few ways from ordinary cells. This is because cancer cells grow and reproduce at a very quick rate and destroy other cells.
A recursive function calls itself. An ordinary one doesn't call itself.
All chemical reactions must be balanced, because matter is neither created nor destroyed in these reactions. Even if the arrangement of the individual atoms is different, the number of atoms of each element remains constant. Note that chemical reactions differ from nuclear reactions.
They do not differ much. The proteins in each are slightly different.
Nuclear fission is the process of splitting a nucleus with a large mass into two nuclei with smaller masses. The energy released can then be used to produce electricity. Nuclear fusion is the process of merging nuclei with smaller masses into a nucleus with a larger mass. The energy released by this reaction may someday be used to produce electricity. In other words, Nuclear Fusion is the exact opposite of Nuclear fission. While Nuclear Fission… Read More
An anabolic reaction creates molecules where a catabolic reaction breaks down molecules
A condensation reaction produces water, while a hydrolysis reaction uses water as a reactant.
A mixture is a combination of more than one pure substance (another word for an element). Mixtures differ from compounds in that they are not formed through a chemical reaction.
How do the changes that occur in when water is mixed with salt differ from the changes that result when water is mixed with sodium?
Sodium chloride is soluble in water but a chemical reaction doesn't occur. Sodium react chemically with water.
photochemical reaction, a chemical reaction initiated by the absorption of energy in the form of light. The consequence of molecules' absorbing light is the creation of transient excited states whose chemical and physical properties differ greatly from the original molecules. These new chemical species can fall apart, change to new structures, combine with each other or other molecules, or transfer electrons, hydrogen atoms, protons, or their electronic excitation energy to other molecules. Excited states are… Read More
Decomposition reactions differ from combustion reactions because a combustion reaction is an exothermic reaction in which the substance combines with oxygen, and a decomposition reaction is when a substance is broken down into simpler substances.
Energy from nuclear fusion is around 400 times more than that of nuclear fission for same mass.
cell membrane is single whereas the nuclear membrane is double, hence it is also called nuclear envelop.
Symptoms differ from a chemical to other.
Compounds differ from mixtures; the chemical composition is different !
The chemical opposite is a base (alkaline substance). Bases and acids generally neutralize each other. The literal opposite of an acid would be a neutral substance that had no reaction potential. This would differ for different reactions.
Physical properties are not related to the chemical reactions or chemical behaviours of the elements.
1. The density may be changed during a physical process: the density of liquid water is not equal to the density of water vapour. 2. In a chemical reaction the densities of reactants differ from the densities of products: new molecules were formed. 2. But density is not a change; it is a physical property.
Supercells differ from ordinary in a few important ways. The updraft of a supercell is stronger than that of an ordinary thunderstorm. That updraft also rotates, which is not see in ordinary storms. Finally, a supercell as separate updraft and downdraft areas.