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Chapter 4

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Nuclear Chemestry Nuclear chemistry deals with all radioactive and nuclear aspects related to the chemistry field of science.
Alpha Particle a positively charged particle consisting of two protons and two neutrons, emitted in radioactive decay or nuclear fission; the nucleus of a helium atom.
Beta Particle an electron or positron emitted from an atomic nucleus in a certain type of radioactive decay.
Gamma Radiation a photon of penetrating electromagnetic radiation (gamma radiation) emitted from an atomic nucleus.
Natural Transmutation 1 turns into more than 1
Artificial Transmutation more than one turns into more than 1
Fission the neucleaous of an atom splits
Fussion 2 neuclii smush togather
Half-life the time required for one half the atoms of a given amount of a radioactive substance to disintegrate.
Radioactive decay to change spontaneously into one or more different nuclei in a process in which atomic particles, as alpha particles, are emitted from the nucleus, electrons are captured or lost, or fission takes place.
Created by: auswise10