Basic Physics of Nuclear Medicine/A&Nmcq

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1. Electrons are positioned:

inside the nucleus
outside the nucleus
both inside and outside the nucleus
at all of the above locations

2. Mass Number is defined as:

the number of protons plus the number of neutrons in a nucleus
the number of neutrons in a nucleus
the complement of the Atomic Number
the number of protons in a nucleus

3. An atom can be considered as consisting mostly of:

isotopes
empty space
water
neutrons

4. The number of known isotopes is roughly:

5,000
2,500
1,000
100

5. Atomic Number is defined as:

the inverse of the Mass Number
the number of protons plus the number of neutrons in a nucleus
the number of protons in a nucleus
the number of neutrons in a nucleus

6. The radius of a nucleus is how much smaller than that of an atom:

10 times
100 times
1,000 times
10,000 times

7. For an atom to be electrically neutral, the number of:

protons equals the number of electrons
neutrons equals the number of electrons
protons equals the number of neutrons
protons equals the number of nucleons

8. Nuclear binding energies are usually expressed in units of:

keV
MeV
joules
eV

9. The Hydrogen-3 nucleus (also called Tritium) consists of:

two neutrons and one proton
two protons and one neutron
two neutrons and two protons
two neutrons and no protons

10. Isotopes are nuclei with:

same A and Z
same Z, different A
same A, different Z
Z greater than A

11. Radioactivity is the process of:

an unstable nucleus becoming stable
an electron moving to a higher energy shell
an electron moving to a lower energy shell
a stable nucleus becoming unstable

12. The number of protons in a nucleus is expressed by the symbol:

A
Z
X
M

13. How many neutrons are in a Uranium-235 nucleus?

235
146
92
143

14. The two main parts of an atom are called:

nucleus and protons
atom and molecule
molecule and electron
none of the above

15. Which of the following is the smallest?

a molecule
an atom
a nucleus
an electron

16. Which one of the following is a nucleon?

proton
electron
nucleus
molecule

17. One Atomic Mass Unit is about:

one millionth of a gram
one million, millionth of a gram
one million, million, millionth of a gram
one million, million, million, millionth of a gram

18. In the symbol Cs-137, the number 137 represents:

the mass number
the number of electrons
the atomic number
Avagadro's number