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my blog/website i don't want to tell you what to think; i want you to have the facts to think. search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content homesample page radioactivity: a brief description posted on december 4, 2013 by admin reply atoms atoms are the smallest particles of an element that can be identified as that specific element; atoms are the building blocks of matter.  atoms are, themselves, composed of smaller particles (subatomic particles), but those particles are not identifiable as belonging to a specific element.  an atom can be identified as an iron atom, or oxygen atom, etc.  a subatomic particle can’t be identified as belonging to an iron atom or oxygen atom, etc.  it could belong to the atom of any element. charge atoms and subatomic particles have charges.  the charge can be positive, negative or neutral.  in these charges; opposites attract and likes repel.  that is, a positive charge will be attracted to a negative charge and repelled by another positive charge.  a negative charge will be attracted to a positive charge and repelled by another negative charge.  particles with neutral charges are neither attracted to nor repelled by positive or negative charges.                       charge            attracted to    repelled by                       positive           negative           positive                       negative         positive             negative                       neutral            neither              neither atomic structure an atom is composed of a center, called a nucleus, and a cloud that surrounds the nucleus.  the nucleus is composed of particles called protons, which have a positive charge, and neutrons, which have no charge (neutral).   the cloud is composed of particles called electrons, which have a negative charge. the number of protons in a nucleus determines which element the atom is.  the number of neutrons in a nucleus determines which isotope of that element the atom is. radioactivity radioactivity is also known as ionizing radioactivity or radioactive decay.  the radiation is ionizing because it can ionize atoms it encounters; that is, it can knock electrons off those atoms.  there are different types of radioactivity; most commonly encountered are alpha radioactivity, beta radioactivity, gamma radioactivity and x-rays. alpha (α) particles alpha decay, also written using the greek letter alpha as “α decay,” is radiation that occurs when an atom gives off an alpha particle.  an alpha particle is two protons & two neutrons bound together; exactly the same as a helium nucleus.  because an alpha particle changes the numbers of protons & neutrons in the original atom’s nucleus, alpha decay actually changes the element of the original atom.  for example, a uranium atom will become a thorium atom, or a radium atom will become an atom of the gas radon. the alpha particle is exactly the same as a helium nucleus.  because it is a helium nucleus without its electron cloud, it has a positive charge (+2).  the alpha particle, therefore, is large (compared to other radioactive particles) and has a charge that will cause it to be attracted to negative charges.  these two factors mean alpha particles are easily stopped.  they can be stopped by a few inches of air, a piece of paper, or by skin, for example.  as long as the alpha particle is not ingested (inhaled, eaten, drunk or introduced through the skin by, for example, a cut), the alpha particle should not cause damage inside the body. beta (β) particles beta decay (also written using the greek letter, beta, as β decay) is radiation that occurs when the nucleus of an atom emits either a positively charged particle (beta plus decay, β+) or a negatively charged particle (beta minus decay, β–).  the positively charged particle is called a positron and the negatively charged particle is the same as, & is called, an electron. note the positron and the electron are not present in a nucleus; they are the result of the decay of a proton or a neutron.  in beta minus decay, a neutron decays into a proton & an electron (& a particle called an electron antineutrino, but that does not relate directly to our discussion).  in beta plus decay, a proton decays into a neutron & a positron (& a particle called an electron neutrino, but that does not relate directly to our discussion).  the charged particle emitted (the electron or the positron) is also called a beta particle. again, because the number of protons in the nucleus changes, the atom changes from one element to another element.  for example, lead 211 (lead can be composed of atoms with different numbers of protons & neutrons; lead 211 has 211 protons & neutrons while lead 207 has 207 neutrons & protons) can be changed to bismuth 211 by beta decay.  the beta particle emitted has a charge (positive or negative), but the particle is much smaller than an alpha particle.  beta particles can go through paper & skin, but can be stopped by a thin (less than ¼” thick) aluminum sheet.   beta particles passing through water give off a blue light; photographs of nuclear fuel rods in cooling pools of water often show this blue light. gamma (γ) rays gamma decay (also written using the greek letter, gamma, as γ decay) is radiation when the nucleus of an atom gives off a gamma ray.  when an atomic nucleus undergoes alpha decay or beta decay (there are a few others that will not be discussed here), the nucleus may be left in an unstable state.  the nucleus can become stable by giving off some energy.  that energy is a gamma ray.  it may be necessary for more than one gamma ray to be emitted before the nucleus becomes stable.  it is possible for gamma rays to be produced by other methods, but those will not be discussed here. since the numbers of protons and neutrons in the nucleus are not changed, this type of decay does not change the atom to a different element.  gamma rays easily travel through skin; tightly focused beams of gamma rays are used surgically as a “gamma knife.”  gamma rays can damage internal cells & dna.  shielding for gamma rays is rated in terms of how much shielding is required to reduce the gamma rays by half.  for lead, this would be just under half an inch thick, for steel, it would be about an inch thick, for concrete it would be about 2 ½ inches thick, for packed dirt, it would be about 3 ¾ inches thick, and for air it would be about 500 feet thick. half-life the length of time a radioactive element will take to decay is measured in “half-lives.”  a half-life is the amount of time it takes for half of the atoms to decay—on average.  suppose you have 100 atoms of a radioactive element.  after one half-life you would (on average) have 50 atoms of the radioactive element.  after two half-lives, you would have (on average) 25 atoms of the radioactive element (1/2 of 100 = 50, ½ of 50 = 25).  after three half-lives, you would have 12.5 atoms on average (you can’t really have ½ of an atom).  after four half-lives, you would have, on average, 6.25 atoms of the radioactive element, and so on. half-lives for some radioactive elements are: radioactive element              one half-life carbon 14 (14c)                       5,730 years plutonium 239 (239pu)              24,200 years plutonium 241 (241pu)              14 years polonium 211 (211po)              516 milliseconds thorium 232 (232th)                14 billion years thorium 231 (231th)                25.5 hours uranium 238 (238u)                 4.468 billion years uranium 235 (235u)                 703.8 million years as you can see, half-lives can range from mind-bogglingly long (billions of years) to mind-bogglingly short (milliseconds).  the long half-lives are a factor that poses problems for us in disposal of radioactive waste.  if you have thorium 232 or uranium 238 in a waste you are disposing of, it will take billions of years for the radioactivity in that waste not to go away, but just to be cut in half.  how do we ensure the safety of that disposal method for billions of years, or thousands of years, or even for fifty years?  15,000 years ago, less than one half-life of plutonium 239, we were living in caves with no agriculture at all, no buildings at all, no metals, no writing, and no weaving of cloth. posted in informational | leave a reply u. s. social security: how it works posted on october 11, 2013 by admin reply social security february 2013 i did some research to understand how us social security works and here is what i found out.  i’ve tried to put web page addresses in as references because i don’t want this to be one of those summaries where you’re just supposed to believe what i say; i want you to check it out for yourself. you pay into social security over the course of your working life.  it may show up on your pay stub as “oasdi” because social security is also known as “old age, survivors and disability insurance.”  you pay 6.2% of your salary and your employer pays 6.2% of your salary into your social security account, unless you are self-employed.  if you are self-employed, you are responsible for paying 12.4% into your social security account. the age at which you can begin collecting social security depends on the year when you were born.  if you were born after 1959, you can collect your full benefit at age 67 (for other birth years, go to http://www.socialsecurity.gov/retirement/1960.html ).  you can collect 70% of your full benefit at age 62, 75% at age 63, etc.  if you delay collecting your benefit, you can collect more than 100% of your full benefit.  for example, if wait until age 70 to collect your benefit (and you were born after 1959), you collect 124% of your full benefit.  this increase continues until the delayed age of 70; that is, if you delay collecting until age 71 or 72 or 73, you will not receive more than 124%.  this means there is no point in delaying past the age of 70 (as the rules are in 2013).  apparently, social security believes they will pay you the same total amount of money using this method, based on the average lifespan in the us.   for more information, go to http://www.socialsecurity.gov/oact/progdata/ar_drc.html  . note: regardless of your birth year or when you plan to collect your social security benefit, you should sign up for medicare at age 65. social security bases your benefit on an average of your monthly income.  the average is taken across 35 years of paying into social security.  if you don’t have 35 years of paying into social security (you don’t work or you get paid “under the table”), they calculate the missing years as 0.  this could bring down your average quite a bit. to calculate your monthly average, social security converts your past pay into present-day dollars.  that is, if you earned $2,000 in 1959, that $2,000 was worth much more than $2,000 in 2013 dollars.  to adjust past pay to what it is worth in today’s dollars, social security uses a scaling factor (they have a number to multiply the past income by).  translating each year’s pay into current dollars uses a different scaling factor (there’s a different number for each past year).  social security calls this translating “indexing.”  the monthly average they calculate for you, they call the “average indexed monthly earnings” or aime.  see http://www.ssa.gov/oact/cola/benefits.html for more information. once social security has your aime, they break it into pieces and multiply the pieces by different percentages to calculate your benefit.  social security calls these pieces “bend points.”  currently, the bend points and percentages are: social security bend points and percentages $0   to $791 90% $791   to $4,768 32% $4,768   to $9,475 15% over   $9,475 0% this means if your aime were $6,000, you would get 90% x $791, plus 32% x ($4,768-$791), plus 15% x ($6,000 – $4,768).  that would equal: $791 x 90% = $711.90 ($4,768-$791) x 32% = $3,977 x 32% = $1,272.64 ($6,000 – $4,768) x 15% = $1,232 x 15% = $184.80 $711.90 + $1,272.64 + $184.80 = $2,169.34 so your total monthly benefit would be $2,169.34.  social security calls this monthly benefit the “primary insurance amount” or pia.  for more information go to http://www.ssa.gov/oact/cola/piaformula.html  .  to see how these bend points have changed over the years, go to http://www.ssa.gov/oact/cola/bendpoints.html  . your widow or widower can collect your pia at the same ages that apply to you (less if they collect before they are age 67, etc.).  if your widow or widower remarries after age 60, it will not impact his/her ability to collect your pia.  if your widow/widower remarries before age 60, he/she cannot claim your pia if he/she remains married.  i don’t know what happens if your widow/widower remarries before age 60 & then divorces.  your widow or widower can get his/her pia or yours, but cannot get both.  for more information, see http://www.ssa.gov/survivorplan/onyourown5.htm#a0=0&other= . children under age 18 or 19 (if they’re still in school) can collect 75% of your pia.  for more information, see http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10084.html#a0=2   . posted in informational | tagged oasdi, retirement, social security | leave a reply search recent posts radioactivity: a brief description u. s. social security: how it works recent commentsarchives december 2013 october 2013 categories informational meta log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org proudly powered by wordpress


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