228Th-------------224Ra + Î±
28Al---------------28Si + Î²-
There are four types of nuclear reactions. Fusion Fission Radioactive Decay Artificial Transmutation
i think it is uranium
sun, fusion of hydrogen nuclei making helium nuclei (not radioactive)nuclear reactor, fission of uranium nuclei making a wide variety of different fission product isotopes having mass numbers from 72 to 161 (all very radioactive)
On any level the movement of charge carriers (electrons, protons etc) cause EM radiation to be emitted. Gamma rays are also emitted as the result of some radioactive decay reactions All radioactive decay reactions produce EM radiation of some kind because they involve the movement of charge carriers such as the ejection of alpha particles (double positive charge).
The law of conservation of matter/mass applies to chemical reactions. This is why chemical equations must be balanced. The matter that goes into a chemical reaction is present in the products of the reaction, but the atoms have been rearranged to form products with new and unique properties different from the reactants.
The following metals are involved in nuclear reactions. The preferred metal is Uranium 235. The next one is Plutonium 239. Important radioactive metals are Thorium and Cobalt 60. Important radioactive elements that are not metals include Radon and Iodine.
Chemical reactions are abbreviated by their chemical equations.
No. Nuclear reactions are not chemical reactions. They involve changes to the nucleus of the atom, such as radioactive decay.
If you can solve the beam reactions by the equations of equilibrium, then it is statically deterrminate. If not, that is, more unknown reactions than the equations of equilibrium, then it is indeterminate, and you need to know something about its deformation to solve the reactions.
Equilibrium level of income is solved by following a system of equations. For a detailed understanding, study the Law of Mass Action of chemical reactions.
Radioactive reaction is a red-ox reaction. This is a nuclear decay.
Chemical equations describe the products and reactants in a chemical reaction.
Termochemical reactions include the enthalpy of reactants and products.