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nuclear chemistry

[′nü·klē·ər ′kem·ə·strē]
(atomic physics)
Study of the atomic nucleus, including fission and fusion reactions and their products.
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Grytdal, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 234, 213 (1998).
In addition to having skills as a project leader in the Nuclear Chemistry and Tracer Division of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, he showed such impressive administrative talents that he became the first mayor of Deep River.
Aksoyoglu, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 140, 301 (1990).
The first co-op work term starts after students have finished five academic terms; thus students have completed core courses in analytical, physical, organic, inorganic and nuclear chemistry.
Agriculture in India has benefited from using gamma ray irradiated sewage sludge as fertilizers, and in Romania gamma rays have been used to combat the damaging effects of insects on cultural relics such as wooden altars in orthodox churches, said Andrzej Chmielewski, Director General of the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Poland and speaker at the conference.
I have a background in nuclear chemistry and from my experience, it's almost impossible to enter a nuclear laboratory and not find a General Electric Chart of the Nuclides hanging on the wall.
The beginning of nuclear chemistry and radio-chemistry, as well as nuclear physics, took place in 1934.
After obtaining his first degree at MIT, research assignments led him to Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and to the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Chemistry in Germany.
Contract notice:New laboratory and office building nuclear chemistry with access to the research reactor, intermediate building and institution building in 1264 - project management services.
They were stoichiometry, atomic structure (including nuclear chemistry and decay), chemical bonding, the phases of matter, the conservation of energy, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, solubility equilibria, and thermodynamics.
He holds a PharmD in Pharmacology and a PhD in Nuclear Chemistry & Neurology, both received at the University of Paris in 1987 and 1986 respectively.

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