nuclear chemistry


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the science concerned with the chemistry of nuclear reactions and processes.

nuclear chemistry

Radiochemistry; the study of changes that take place within the nucleus of an atom, esp. when the nucleus is bombarded by electrons, neutrons, or other subatomic particles.
See also: chemistry
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Hirose, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Letters, 127, 199 (1988).
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