Modern Nuclear Chemistry provides up-to-date coverage of the latest research as well as examinations of the theoretical and practical aspects of nuclear and radiochemistry. Includes worked examples and solved problems.
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A detailed perspective on both "pure" and "applied" aspects of nuclear chemistry
The first succinct coverage of basic physical principles of nuclear and radiochemistry since Friedlander's 1981 classic, Modern Nuclear Chemistry brings together a detailed, rigorous perspective on both the theoretical and practical aspects of this rapidly evolving field.
The authors, all established experts in the field, bring their combined expertise to in-depth discussions of proven scientific principles, current trends, and applications in such areas as the physical, biological, and environmental sciences, medicine, and engineering.
Requiring no previous knowledge of quantum mechanics and written at a level suitable for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in science and engineering, this book is designed to be used as a textbook as well as a reference for practicing scientists and engineers.
Instructors will appreciate the schematic approach to quantum mechanics, cutting-edge information on areas of current research, abundant worked examples and solved problems, and a clear organization that allows them to pick and choose sections to satisfy particular course requirements. Extensive appendices facilitate quick reference, and the inclusion of advanced materials and references will appeal to those who desire a deeper immersion in the subject.About the Author:
WALTER LOVELAND, PhD, is a Professor of Chemistry at Oregon State University.
DAVID J. MORRISSEY, PhD, is a Professor of Chemistry and faculty member of the National Superconducting Cyclotron Lab at Michigan State University.
GLENN T. SEABORG, PhD (deceased), was a Professor of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, and cofounder and chairman of the Lawrence Hall of Science. He is credited with discovering ten new elements, including plutonium and one that now bears his name, seaborgium. In 1951, Dr. Seaborg and his colleague Edwin McMillan were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for research into transuranium elements.
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