of the diagram represent a single-cell battery.
It's the only one in this diagram.
It's a device that stores chemical energy and delivers it on demand.
-- The zig-zag lines with circles around them represent light bulbs.
There are three of them in this diagram.
They are devices used to produce light by dissipating electrical energy.
-- The zig-zag lines without circles, at the top of the diagram,
There are two of them in this diagram.
They are devices used to change or control electrical parameters
within a circuit by dissipating electrical energy.
-- The short straight line between two small circles at the bottom
of the diagram represents a switch.
There is only one switch in this circuit.
It's a device used to easily and quickly start or stop the flow of current
past a certain point in a circuit.
In this circuit ...
-- When the switch is closed (as drawn), the light bulb nearest the battery
glows brightest, the light bulb in the middle glows less bright, and the light
bulb on the right side glows dimmest of all.
-- When the switch is open, the light bulb nearest the battery glows, and
neither of the other two light bulbs glows at all.
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The correct answer is 1 the total number of proton plus neutrons in the products and reactants must be same.
During a radioactive reaction the nucleus of the radioactive atom undergo disintegration or breakdown to form new nucleus.
Radioactive disintegration deals with the emission of α particle or β particle from a radioactive nucleus resulting in the formation of new nucleus.Although new nucleus is formed the total number of proton plus neutrons in product and reactant must be same.