The Language of the Nucleus is the largest collection of terms on the use of radiation and radioactivity. Our coverage is broad, spanning the pure research fields of low-energy nuclear physics and astrophysics, the practical fields of nuclear engineering and environmental analysis, and the truly valuable fields of nuclear imaging and radiation oncology. Our coverage is deep, with information drawn from nearly 150 years of pioneering research and beginning with Fowler’s elementary chemistry published in 1869 and ending with the latest PDF files produced by the world’s national laboratories and government agencies. We hope you will agree that our glossary is a valuable service to our scientific and educational communities.
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