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Question 1: For example water dissociates under ________ into a hydrogen radical and a hydroxide radical, unlike ionisation of water which produces a hydrogen ion and a hydroxide ion.
Nuclear fissionNuclear fusionAlpha decayGamma ray

Question 2: Radiolysis can locally modify ________ conditions, and therefore the speciation and the solubility of the compounds.
OxygenCarbonRedoxHydrogen

Question 3: The technique involves exposing a sample of material to a beam of highly accelerated electrons, where the beam is generated by a ________.
Linear particle acceleratorSLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryX-rayParticle accelerator

Question 4: When exposed to radiation, water undergoes a breakdown sequence into ________, hydrogen radicals and assorted oxygen compounds such as ozone which when converted back into oxygen releases great amounts of energy.
AntisepticHydrogen peroxideEthanolChlorhexidine

Question 5: It is the cleavage of one or several ________ resulting from exposure to high-energy flux.
Covalent bondAromaticityChemical bondHydrogen bond

Question 6: Another approach uses radioactive waste as an energy source for regeneration of spent fuel by converting sodium borate to ________.
Sodium hydroxideSodium azideSodium chlorideSodium borohydride

Question 7: This reevaluation was further prompted by the current availability of large amounts of radiation sources contained in the fuel discharged from ________.
Nuclear reactor technologyNuclear powerPlutoniumUranium

Question 8: The ________ of concentrated solutions under ionizing radiation is extremely complex.
ChemistryElectrochemistryInorganic chemistryPeriodic table







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