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In nuclear chemistry, an atom is referred to as a what? what is it identified by?
nuclide; by the number of protons and neutrons in its nucleus.
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How is nuclear chemistry different than other chemical reactions?
Bc it involves changes in the nucleus
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Applications of nuclear chemistry
Nuclear medicine -Cancer treatment (radiation) -Isotope scanning (find infected organs) -Radiotherapy Agriculture Carbon-dating
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Why in the world am I required to learn nuclear chemistry in an introductory chem class?
1) The State of Louisiana requires it. Plus, radioactive compounds are among the most useful tools in science and medicine. A chemist who doesn’t regularly use radioactivity in his/her research is about as common as an Amish TV repairman. 2) Intro nuclear chemistry is a lot of material, but the math isn’t hard. Out once you set the problems up the math is literally on about a 3rd grade level. (Also, don’t forget to make sure you know the simple equations on cards 38-42, which I left off the last test due to space concerns.)
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In nuclear chemistry, an atom is referred to as a
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