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Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear chemistry or physics, the part of physics or chemistry in science deals with radioactivity, artificial and natural nuclear transformation reactions that define the nuclear properties by radioactive decay law. The radioactive isotopes of periodic table elements with their nuclear properties and reaction are also the topics of nuclear chemistry.

Nuclear fusion, the processes, equation, or reactions where light nuclei can be joined or fused to form heavier by emission of energy

Nuclear Fusion

Nuclear Fusion in Chemistry Nuclear fusion is the process where very light nuclei of chemical elements could be joined or fused to form heavier elements...
Binding energy curve of nuclei calculate from the nuclear mass defect of proton and neutron particles (nucleon)

Binding Energy

Binding Energy Formula and Mass Defect Binding energy can calculate the expected mass of any nuclei from the knowledge of the nuclear composition like masses...

Radioactive Isotopes

Radioactive Isotopes of Lead, Uranium, Thorium Radioactive isotopes or radioisotopes also called a radionuclide, or radioactive nuclide of any chemical element have the same atomic...
Alpha, beta and gamma rays or particles charge, mass, velocity, and radiation power

Alpha Beta Gamma

Alpha Beta Gamma Rays Properties Alpha, beta, gamma rays radiation spontaneously radioactive decay to change the atomic nucleus by the irradiation of charged particles which...
Radioactivity, the spontaneous decay of subatomic particles from nucleus of heavy types radioactive elements

Radioactivity

Radioactive Decay in Chemistry Radioactivity cause the spontaneous decay of subatomic particles like alpha, beta, and gamma rays from the nucleus of very heavy types...
Radioactive decay half life carbon

Radioactive Decay

Radioactive Decay Formula in Chemistry Radioactive decay is the spontaneous disintegration or emission of atomic particles like alpha, beta, and gamma from the nucleus in...