Nuclear Chemistry/Radiochemistry

Radiochemistry or nuclear chemistry is the study of radiation from an atomic and molecular prospect, including elemental transformation and reaction effects, as well as physical, health, and medical properties.

Nuclear Chemistry:

Nuclear Chemistry is the sub-branch of chemistry handled with radioactivity, nuclear processes, and transformations in the nuclei of atoms, such as nuclear transmutation and nuclear properties. Nuclear chemistry is handled with the properties of and changes to atomic nuclei, as exposed to traditional chemistry, which includes properties and changes correlated to the electronic structure of atoms and molecules. It comprises the study of the production and use of radioactive sources for a range of processes. These include radiotherapy in medical applications; the use of radioactive tracers within industry, science, and the environment, and the use of radiation to change materials such as polymers.

It also includes the study and use of nuclear processes in non-radioactive areas of human activity. For example, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is generally used in synthetic organic chemistry and physical chemistry and for structural analysis in macromolecular chemistry. Nuclear chemistry treated with the study of the nucleus, changes occurring in the nucleus, properties of the particles present in the nucleus, and the emission or absorption of radiation from the nucleus.

Radiochemistry:

Radiochemistry is the chemistry of radioactive materials. It includes the study of chemical transformations of radioactive substances, dealing with actinides and transuranium elements, development of physicochemical principles of managing radioactive waste from nuclear power engineering, solving radioecology problems. Much of radiochemistry deals with the use of radioactivity to study common chemical reactions. This is very diverse from radiation chemistry where the radiation levels are kept extremely low to influence the chemistry.

Committee Members
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Stanislaw Dzwigaj

Stanislaw Dzwigaj

Sorbonne University, France
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Anne M Gaffney

Anne M Gaffney

University of South Carolina, United States
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Jose C Conesa

Jose C Conesa

Institute of Catalysis and Petroleum Chemistry, Spain
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - M A Martin Luengo

M A Martin Luengo

Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, Spain
CAT 2022 Speakers
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Haibo Ge

Haibo Ge

Texas Tech University, United States
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Frederick Nti

Frederick Nti

Deakin University, Australia
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Chau Ming So

Chau Ming So

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Adi Azriff Basri

Adi Azriff Basri

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Abdulaziz Alturki

Abdulaziz Alturki

King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Vahide Nuran Mutlu

Vahide Nuran Mutlu

SOCAR Turkey Research & Development and Innovation Inc., Turkey

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