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CBMS123 - Major Essay 30%

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This is the second major essay for this unit, with quite a heavy weighting. The assessments required students to write a poem on a specific chemical industry or a chemistry line, as well as provide detailed critique analysis. This document has an original poem about the History or Nuclear Energy as well as a full analysis. Very helpful, and I received high marks for this.

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Actinides Chemical elements Manhattan Project Nuclear materials Nobel laureates in Physics Nuclear fission Nuclear physics Nuclear power Neutron Plutonium Enrico Fermi Uranium
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Actinides Chemical elements Manhattan Project Nuclear materials Nobel laureates in Physics Nuclear fission Nuclear physics Nuclear power Neutron Plutonium Enrico Fermi Uranium
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Only recently, has their potential been realized, How much energy one holds in its core Our story has no beginning as such, Many verses tell tale of its birth, But start somewhere we must, And where better to start with, Than the father himself Becquerel; a lucky Frenchman, Whose carelessness in his lab had aided his findings, Stumbled upon emissions from Uranium salts, Discovering the first traces of radioactivity, He was deemed the Father of Nuclear Energy Now Uranium is a curious little element Named after the planet itself, Uranus the sky-god held great power Perhaps energy greater than the gods Is what Klaproth saw In its core. Alpha particle bombardment, Into the metal Beryllium, Leaves the element bouncing with excitement, Resulting in the emission of penetrating radiation, This intricate manoeuvre known as radioactivity The discoverers whom were Joliot and Curi...
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