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A large modern nuclear power plant has approximately fuel assemblies in its core. A. 200 B. 500 C. 100 D. 50
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User: A large modern nuclear power plant has approximately fuel assemblies in its core. A. 200 B. 500 C. 100 D. 50

Weegy: b. 50
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User: A member of the public should give lifesaving first aid to injured victims of a radiological transportation accident: A. After isolating the area B. Immediately after notifying the appropriate authorities C. Without delay out of concern for radiological hazards D. After verifying that no radioactive material packages have broken open

Weegy: c. After isolating the area
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User: In every nuclear power plant that generates electricity, the following components are present: A. Turbine electricity generator, pump, cooling tower B. Pump, steam generator, cooling tower C. Heat source, steam generator, cooling tower D. Heat source, turbine electricity generator, and pump

Weegy: Answer is a. Heat source, steam generator, cooling tower
lhyn29lhyn|Points 580|

User: A detonation of a nuclear explosive above 100,000 feet of altitude is called ______________. A. A sub-cosmic burst B. A surface burst C. An air burst D. A high-altitude burst

Weegy: b. A high-altitude burst
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User: The three main barriers in a nuclear power plant to prevent release of fission products are the fuel rods, the reactor vessel, and the ________________________. A. Condensor B. Control rods C. Secondary coolant system D. Containment building

Weegy: a. Secondary coolant system
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User: Radiation that individuals are exposed to on a continuing basis which is considered non life-threatening is also known as this kind of radiation? A. Background B. Uneventful C. Cosmic D. Intrinsic

Weegy: Answer: c. Background
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User: Radioactive decay is defined as: A. The gradual decrease in the number of radioactive atoms in radioactive material due to spontaneous fission B. The decline in the strength of a radioactive source due to the combined effects of time, distance, and shielding C. The decrease in the amount of any radioactive material due to the spontaneous emission of nuclear radiation from the nucleus D. The decomposition of radioactive atoms due to lengthy exposure to direct sunlight

Weegy: b. The decomposition of radioactive atoms due to lengthy exposure to direct sunlight
gcus34cr7|Points 10|

User: The rem is a unit used to measure: A. Radioactivity B. Radiation dose in terms of the amount of energy absorbed C. Radiation exposure D. Radiation dose in terms of the amount of the biological effect caused by the amount of energy absorbed

User: To prevent fuel damage, decay heat must be removed from the reactor core: A. After the reactor shuts down B. Until the reactor shuts down C. Until the primary coolant system is activated

Weegy: To prevent fuel damage decay heat must be removed from the reactor core? after the reactor shuts down.
Expert answered|paral|Points 3104|

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