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Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear chemistry deals with radioactive substances, their effect on other chemicals and the chemistry they undergo as they decay. From incredibly unstable atoms with short half-lives and a very toxic nature to radiative decay deep in the Earth’s crust, this area of research is instrumental to several analytical techniques as well as advances in nuclear power and the defense industry.

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The Case of the Jumping Carbons
Saturday 18th of June 2016
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100,000 Years Later
Saturday 6th of February 2016
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Location, Location, Location
Monday 21st of September 2015

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