Radioactive Chemistry and Reactors

 

<p style="&quot;text-align:" justify;"=""> The property of emission of radioactive rays from radioactive elements is termed as radioactivity. Ann atom is made up of three fundamental subatomic particles i.e., protons, neutrons and electrons. Atoms becomes unstable due to large neutron to proton ratio. These unstable nuclei emit some radiations and converts it in to some nucleus and thus known as Radioactive Elements. Generally, these radiations consist some particles such as Alpha particles and Beta particles and in some time charges less Gamma Particles are emitted.

 

  • Nuclear reactors and Nuclear Energy
  • Radioactivity and its applications
  • Nuclear Chain Reactions and explosives
  • Health Hazards
  • Radioactive compounds
  • Radioactive emissions and decay

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