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Nuclear ProcessesNuclear ProcessesIn the chemistry that we have worked with so far, the atoms of reactants rearrange to form product molecules different from those reactants. In such reactions, the outer electrons of the atoms may be transferred completely or in part from one atom to another. The nuclei of the atoms are unchanged.There are other reactions in which the nuclei themselves are broken down and the products do not contain the same elements as the reactants. The chemistry of such nuclear reactions is called nuclear chemistry. Spontaneous disintegration of individual nuclei is usually accompanied by high-energy emissions and/or high-speed parti…
Jerome L. Rosenberg, Ph.D; Lawrence M. Epstein, Ph.D.; Peter J. Krieger, Ed.D.: Schaum’s Outline of College Chemistry, Ninth Edition. Nuclear Processes, Chapter
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