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  • any weapon using nuclear energy and technology. Two types of nuclear weapons exist: the nuclear (atomic bomb) and the thermal-nuclear(hydrogen bomb) The
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  • nuclear program under the International Atomic Energy Agency's guidelines and supervision. Source: n.a. "Iran Ready To Share Its Nuclear Technology With
    154 KB (21,793 words) - 21:09, 29 August 2014
  • Basically they don't want Iran to have such technology." Source: n.a. "Iran Says U.N. Resolution Won't Stop Nuclear Work." Reuters'. December 21, 2006. Jaffe
    188 KB (28,222 words) - 23:05, 27 August 2014
  • this research dates back to the 1960s when there was an increase in nuclear technologies, which sparked great fear among the general public. The public feared
    23 KB (3,442 words) - 02:31, 11 February 2016
  • (Review Paper) Cited in Nuclear power greener/A critique of Risks of nuclear power Nuclear power technology produces radiation that is known as "radioactive"
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  • general public might not welcome nuclear trials for the swift implementation of new nuclear designs. Nuclear technology has been criticized in the past
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  • affected populations. Examples of it are the nuclear technology, computers, electronics, health technologies, etc. On the other hand, the technological
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  • aims at the creation of new, efficient and environmentally safe nuclear technologies for neutralizing the radioactivity and synthesizing stable isotopes
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  • economic and environmental impacts of such technology. For a number of years now, the technology of Nuclear Fusion has been under consideration. When implemented
    37 KB (5,760 words) - 04:08, 18 December 2013
  • for breast cancer -comprehensive description of modern brachytherapy-based approaches to Breast cancer care. Template:Tumors Template:Nuclear Technology
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  • effect the global order. For instance, the anti-nuclear movements that opposes the use of nuclear technologies. Although these are small social movements,
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  • Liquids/Liquid objects/Astronomy (category Technology)
    pulse-shape discrimination in liquid organic scintillator at high energies". Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, Volume: 1 (IEEE) 1: 6/219–6/221 vol
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  • Department:Nuclear medicine The Department of Nuclear medicine invites students to use its resources to develop understanding and push forward the
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  • km" is called the light-year (ly). "In nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry, nuclear fission is either a nuclear reaction or a radioactive decay process
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  • pre-existing nucleons (protons and neutrons)." "A fundamental question in nuclear physics is what combinations of neutrons and protons can make up a nucleus
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  • 0.1 M⊙ and maximum mass ≲ 3 M⊙." "In nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry, nuclear fission is either a nuclear reaction or a radioactive decay process
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  • Star jumping (category Technology)
    arrival at Proxima Centauri? At sub-relativistic speeds your ship consumes nuclear fuel at the rate of 1 liter per one day application of this accelerating
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  • Shielding (category Technology)
    Straightahead Approximation in Space-Vehicle Shielding Studies, Part II". Nuclear Science & Engineering 32 (1): 56-61. http://www.ans.org/pubs/journals/nse/a_18824
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  • kinetic and gravitational potential), chemical, nuclear, electromagnetic (including light and other non-nuclear radiations), elastic, and thermal. The SI unit
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  • Proof of concept (category Technology)
    2005). "In vivo tracking for cell therapies". The Quarterly Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 49 (4): 339-48. PMID 16407817. http://cat
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