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Nuclear Science Quizzes & Trivia

Are you fascinated by the study of nuclear science?  Does the thought of nuclear energy and nuclear weapons excite you? In such a case, take our online nuclear science quizzes and learn amazing facts about electromagnetic fields, radioactivity, nuclear physics, and more.
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Find out if you'll be the leader of a new civilisation or end up as nuclear waste!

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 2690   |  Last updated: Dec 17, 2015
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    The Bomb drops, where are you?

Do this quiz ONLY with your Reference Tables!

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 171   |  Last updated: Oct 27, 2015
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    The nucleus of U-238 is unstable. This causes U-238 to spontaneously...

If you’re not a science buff, the term “nuclear” probably stands out because you’ll have heard about nuclear weapons in the news, or you’ll have heard about it on a television show. How much do...

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 60   |  Last updated: Nov 2, 2018
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    Which countries currently have nuclear weapons?

Find out your role in the family!

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 159   |  Last updated: Oct 25, 2016
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    How do you behave at family parties?


Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 733   |  Last updated: Sep 8, 2020
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    What type of ion forms when an atom gains electrons?
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Nuclear Science Questions & Answers


How far does nuclear fallout travel?
Before I answer this question, it is best to define nuclear fallout first. It is the remaining radioactive material that is pushed into the atmosphere shortly after a nuclear blast. Now, the speed of a nuclear fallout will depend on the weather or th
Why is cobalt used in nuclear reactors?
Many of the components or structures from which a nuclear reactor is made are made of metal. Cobalt occurs naturally in ores along with other metals such as nickel and iron. When these metal parts are exposed to the neutron radiation, generated when
What is the best reason the US government should not do this?
Us can turn its nuclear waste into something useful instead of burring it (and avoid the cost of storing it too)-according to iain murray, senior fellow at the competitive enterprise institute, a non-profit public policy organization, britain success