Definition of Nuclides

1. Noun. (plural of nuclide) ¹

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Definition of Nuclides

1. nuclide [n] - See also: nuclide

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nuclides

nucleus tractus solitarii
nucleus tractus spinalis nervi trigemini
nucleus ventralis anterior thalami
nucleus ventralis corporis trapezoidei
nucleus ventralis intermedius thalami
nucleus ventralis lateralis
nucleus ventralis posterior intermedius thalami
nucleus ventralis posterior thalami
nucleus ventralis posterolateralis thalami
nucleus ventralis posteromedialis thalami
nucleus ventralis thalami
nucleus ventromedialis hypothalami
nucleus vestibularis
nuclides (current term)

Literary usage of Nuclides

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting of the Task Force on Shielding Aspects of by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"We identified various nuclides from 7Be to 65Zn. The maximum number of 44 nuclides was obtained for 230 MeV/nucleon Ne irradiation. The list of the nuclides ..."

2. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2003)
"The objective of this transmutation process is to lessen spent fuel storage requirements by converting heavy radioactive nuclides, primarily plutonium and ..."

3. Nuclear Science and Technology: State-of-the-Art Review on Technology for by M. Hulot (1995)
"... for detected radio-nuclides An = lower limit of detection (LLD) for not identified nuclides, but practically present in nuclear systems Fn = limit value ..."

4. Proceedings of the Workshop on Pyrochemical Separations: Avignon, France, 14 by European Commission, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2001)
"The matrix must not contain nuclides which could take part in nuclear reactions under the formation of long-lived radionuclides or such short-lived nuclides ..."

5. Trends in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: Economic, Environmental and Social Aspects by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Nea (2001)
"LLW and ILW are defined by the IAEA as radioactive wastes in which the concentration or quantity of radio-nuclides is above clearance levels established by ..."

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