Q. 115.0( 1 Vote )
The isotope of uranium used as a fuel in nuclear reactors and carbon used in radiocarbon dating are:
A. U – 233 and C – 14
B. U – 235 and C – 13
C. U – 233 and C – 13
D. U – 235 and C – 14
U – 235 and C – 14 are respectively the isotope of uranium used as a fuel in nuclear reactors and carbon used in radiocarbon dating.
Hence, the correct option is D.
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