Definition of Nuclide
1. Noun. (physics) An atomic nucleus specified by its atomic number and atomic mass. ¹
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Definition of Nuclide
1. a species of atom [n -S] : NUCLIDIC [adj]
Medical Definition of Nuclide
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Literary usage of Nuclide
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1. 3-D Deterministic Radiation Transport Computer Programs: Features by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1997)
"Eq. 5 only holds if the /'* nuclide is in the/* material zone, otherwise the (i,j)th component of the gradient is zero. The general procedure to obtain the ..."
2. Nuclear Science and Technology: State-of-the-Art Review on Technology for by M. Hulot (1995)
"Thus, the total activity of all significant nuclides, the quantified compound of which previously had been analyzed by random single nuclide Geli-detection, ..."
3. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2001)
"This is equilibrium mass derived from a simple differential equation roughly simulating the time behaviour of a given i-type nuclide: dt A,,. ,- where Yi is ..."
4. Strategy Selection For The Decommissioning Of Nuclear Facilities: Seminar by Allan Duncan, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"nuclide resolved calculation process. The inherent calculation process is nuclide resolved and respects the time decay of individual radionuclides before ..."
5. Advanced Reactors With Innovative Fuels: Second Workshop Proceedings by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, British Nuclear Fuels Limited (2002)
"g = element of slowing-down matrix of n-th nuclide from g'-th energy group to ... The distributions of neutron flux and nuclide densities move with burn-up. ..."
6. Physics of Plutonium Recycling: A Report by NEA Nuclear Science Committee, SourceOECD (Online service) (1995)
"4.5 Heavy nuclide concentrations Although the heavy nuclide concentrations ... Heavy nuclide inventories are, however, important for safeguards calculations ..."
7. Radionuclide Retention in Geologic Media: Workshop Proceedings, Oskarshamn by Svensk kärnbränslehantering AB., OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2002)
"This packet of water contacts a certain FWS along its flow path, A nuclide travelling with this packet will be transferred to the matrix to a certain degree ..."