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Teaching Resources

Teaching Resources

Teaching Resources. HST 2008. Are we really made up of Stars?. A brief History of our thinking The Greek thinker Empedocles first classified the fundamental elements as fire, air, earth, and water, although our particular diagram reflects Aristotle's classification. Did you know ?

By fred
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Chapter 21

Chapter 21

Chapter 21. The Nucleus: A Chemist’s View. Chapter 21: The Nucleus: A Chemists View. 21.1 Nuclear Stability and Radioactive Decay 21.2 The Kinetics of radioactive Decay 21.3 Nuclear Transformations 21.4 Detection and Uses of Radioactivity 21.5 Thermodynamic Stability

By angeni
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. Nuclear Reactions and Their Applications. Nuclear Reactions and Their Applications. 23.1 Radioactive Decay and Nuclear Stability. 23.2 The Kinetics of Radioactive Decay. 23.3 Nuclear Transmutation: Induced Changes in Nuclei. 23.4 The Effects of Nuclear Radiation on Matter.

By buzz
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Nuclear Chemistry (selected topics)

Nuclear Chemistry (selected topics)

Nuclear Chemistry (selected topics). Introduction and Important Terms Very different than any other kind of “chemistry”! Spontaneous Nuclear Decay Reactions Which nuclides decay, and how do they decay? (Zone / Valley of stability)

By aiko
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NUCLEAR CHEM

NUCLEAR CHEM

NUCLEAR CHEM. COMPARISON OF CHEMICAL AND NUCLEAR REACTIONS. THREE TYPES OF RADIOACTIVE EMISSIONS IN AN ELECTRIC FIELD. TYPES OF RADIOACTIVE DECAY: BALANCING NUCLEAR EQUATIONS. Alpha decay - A decreases by 4 and Z decreases by 2. Every element heavier than Pb undergoes a decay.

By shanna
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Chapter 43

Chapter 43

Chapter 43. Nuclear Physics. Goals for Chapter 43. To understand some key properties of nuclei To see how nuclear binding energy depends on the number of protons and neutrons To investigate radioactive decay To learn about hazards and medical uses of radiation To analyze nuclear reactions

By ezekiel-hewitt
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. Nuclear Reactions and Their Applications. Nuclear Reactions and Their Applications. 23.1 Radioactive Decay and Nuclear Stability. 23.2 The Kinetics of Radioactive Decay. 23.3 Nuclear Transmutation: Induced Changes in Nuclei. 23.4 The Effects of Nuclear Radiation on Matter.

By ivor-tucker
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CHEMISTRY 1000

CHEMISTRY 1000

CHEMISTRY 1000. Nuclear Chemistry. Radioactivity and Radiation.

By avariella-king
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Radioactivity & Nuclear Chemistry

Radioactivity & Nuclear Chemistry

OAKTON Community College. 101 • Introductory Chemistry Dr. Maria Yermolina. Radioactivity & Nuclear Chemistry. Depicting Atoms. Depicting Atom. Basic Chemistry I Lecture 3, September 14. Depicting Atoms. Depicting Atom. Basic Chemistry I Lecture 3, September 14. Isotopes. Isotopes.

By annieh
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Chapter 24

Chapter 24

Chapter 24. Nuclear Reactions and Their Applications. Nuclear Reactions and Their Applications. 24.1 Radioactive Decay and Nuclear Stability. 24.2 The Kinetics of Radioactive Decay. 24.3 Nuclear Transmutation: Induced Changes in Nuclei. 24.4 The Effects of Nuclear Radiation on Matter.

By jdore
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The Stability of Nuclides

The Stability of Nuclides

The Stability of Nuclides. For elements with a small atomic number we find that they tend to be stable when Z ≈N :for example. N. Z. For nuclides with larger mass the line of stability moves from the N=Z line.

By wspivey
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RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS  Fundamentals

RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS Fundamentals

SALMAN BIN ABDUL AZIZ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS Fundamentals. Nuclear Pharmacy (PHT 433 ) Dr. Shahid Jamil. What is Nuclear Pharmacy?. A specialty area of pharmacy practice is one that requires a concentration of knowledge in a once specific area.

By jehlers
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NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY

NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY

NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY. THE ULTIMATE IN SPONTANEITY. Review. Atomic number (Z) – number of protons Mass number (A) – sum of the protons and the neutrons Isotopes or Nuclides – atoms with the same atomic number but different mass numbers, different numbers of neutrons.

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