Ch 19: AP Physics 2: Conservation of Nucleon Number

About This Chapter

If you're struggling to understand the conservation of nucleon number in physics, take a look at this helpful chapter. Our text and video lessons easily explain even the most challenging topics, and the multiple-choice quizzes help you prepare for a test or gauge your understanding before class.

AP Physics 2: Conservation of Nucleon Number - Chapter Summary

Our professional instructors outline radioactive decay and conservation of nucleon number in this informative chapter. Whether you're getting ready to take the AP Physics 2 exam or just want to get caught up in class, you can work through these lessons as your own pace. Use the video tabs feature to go back and review any of the material you've learned in the video lessons. If you like to create study guides so you can review the material anytime, our printable lesson transcripts highlight key vocabulary words and terms you'll want to focus on. These lessons are designed to help you:

  • Understand the different types of radioactive decay and how they affect the nucleus
  • Give some examples of nuclear reaction
  • Define the conservation of nucleon number

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