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Oxidation occurs
at Anode
Reduction occurs
at Cathode
Electrolysis
Electricity causes reaction to occur
Oxidation Reduction
A transfer of electrons occurs in a reaction
Quantitative
study of Electrolysis
Ampere
Current
Coulomb
Charge
Voltaic/ Galvonic Cells
Uses chemical reactions to produce electricity
Nuclear Chemistry
changes that take place in the nucleus of an atom
protons
constant
neutrons
change
Positron
0
e "anti-matter"
1
Alpha
4
He
2
Beta
0
e
-1
Gamma
0
0
Proton
0
H
0
Deuteron
2
H
1
Neutron
1
n
0
Duterium
deuteron w/ extra electron
"heavy hydrogen"
Natural Decay
readioactive isotope spontaneously decays into some other element or isotope
Artificial Decay
Stable Isotope bombarded w/ natural particle to cause nuclear reaction
Out of Band of stability
naturally radioactive
Nuclear Fission
large nuclei break up into smaller nuclei with the release of energy
Nuclear Fusion
small nuclei added to another nuclei to form energy
Binding Energy
energy involved in keeping nucleus together
Mass defect
difference between actual mass and sum of parts
Half-Life
time it takes for 1/2 original sample of radioactive isotope to decay into something else