nuclear transformation

nuclear transformation

[′nü·klē·ər ‚tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(nuclear physics)
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The experiment is set to be the world's first of its kind on nuclear transformation of palladium, according to Riken officials.
If the nuclear transformation process proves viable, it could contribute to reducing nuclear waste and making efficient use of it.
Incomplete nuclear transformation of human spermatozoa in oligo-astheno-teratospermia: characterization by indirect immunofluorescence of chromatin and thiol status.
Between 1959 and 1994, Japan had a law on the books decreeing that no substance manufactured through nuclear transformation could be patented.
One of the more intriguing side-issues in nuclear transformation is in nuclear waste management, currently underway at the Univ.
Around 1930, an anomaly in the important nuclear transformation process called beta decay gave physicist Wolfgang Pauli the occasion to postulate the neutrino's existence.
He covers phase states of matter and their classification, equations of state of gases and liquids, quantum mechanical models of a solid, plasma thermodynamics, Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics methods, the statistical substance model, the density functional method, semi-empirical equations of state, relativistic plasma: wide-range description, nuclear transformations under strong compression, quark-gluon plasma and strange matter, and semi-empiric nuclear models.
David Jones, professor of Environmental Sciences at Bangor University, said: "Following the disaster the becquerels (the nuclear transformations per second) was between 500 and 1,000 per metre.

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